Pensacola’s Slow Ride event is back to its Saturday morning ride schedule. The November bike ride will take place Nov. 5, with the ride beginning and finishing at the Clean Energy Fest downtown.
The Slow Ride events began in May of 2015. The short rides — they clock in at about an hour or so — are designed to encourage bike riders of all skill levels to join in a casual ride around various areas of the city, usually close to the downtown where streets offer an easily ridable grid.
The Nov. 5 ride is scheduled for 10 to 11:30 a.m. It will begin and end at the Clean Energy Fest, which is being held in front of the J. Earle Bowden Building, located at 120 Church St. Riders will also be able to enjoy the Greater Gulf Coast Arts Fest happening a couple of blocks away in Seville Square.
For more information about the November event, visit Bike Pensacola’s Facebook page. To read more about the local Slow Ride, see “Slow Ride’s Big Mission, Pensacola Bicycle Culture Enjoys an Evolution.”