NAPLES, Fla. — The Naples Pathways Coalition (NPC) will be hosting a Naples Bike Brunch on Sunday, March 7th.
It is a cycling event for every fitness level, with something for everyone.
Participants can start from home and join one of our well-marked routes or at their convenience from Lowdermilk Park.
Riders can choose from 100, 62, 40, 20, or 5-mile routes, with on-road support provided by Blackwood’s Custom Bikes, Cycle Shack, and Naples Cyclery.
There will be several conveniently located rest stops along the way with bottled water and packaged snacks to keep everyone fueled and safe.
Children under 12 ride free with a paid adult and older youth receive a discount.
Paid participants will receive a meal at Moe’s SW Grill.
There will also be a 50/50 cash raffle for those who want to try their luck.
Packet pickup and last-minute in-person registration will be held Saturday, March 6th at Moe’s SW Grill, 6434 Naples Boulevard, 34109 between 10 am and 3 pm.
Proceeds from the event help fund the work of Naples Pathways Coalition, to make a safe, bikeable, and walkable Collier County and help the organization get the Paradise Coast Trail built.
The trail will be a paved, 70+ mile multi-use trail for non-motorized recreation and transportation. It will be separated from the road and connect Naples to eastern Collier County, Bonita Springs, and Collier Seminole State Park.
For more information, on the trail click here.