Wheel of Achievement Awards

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Wheel of Achievement Awards

Recognizing exemplary efforts that truly move the needle in support of those who walk, bike or roll throughout our communities.

By Bike/Walk Central Florida

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, June 15 · 9am - 1pm EDT


Center for Health and Wellbeing 2005 Mizell Avenue #800 Winter Park, FL 32792

Refund Policy

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About this event

Since 2010, BWCF has worked toward our mission of educating and advocating to make communities more walkable, bikeable, and rollable. The pursuit of our mission has afforded BWCF the opportunity to witness and participate in incredible public, institutional, and private efforts within the areas of policy, perception, and practice.

The 2023 Inaugural Bike/Walk Central Florida Wheel of Achievement Awards will recognize exemplary efforts that go beyond the minimum and truly move the needle in support of those who walk, bike, and/or roll throughout our communities.

What are the award categories?

  • The Bike/Walk Central Florida Special Achievement Award
  • Outstanding Bicycle & Pedestrian Safety Project or Effort Award (Small and Large categories)
  • Outstanding Bike/Ped Advocacy Award (Organization and Champion categories)

Who attends this event?

Any individual, public, institutional, or private organization working to promote walking, biking, and rolling in the central Florida region.


Venue Sponsor

Center for Health & Wellbeing

Community Partner

Orlando Health

Neighborhood Sponsors

Fehr & Peers, Gresham Smith, Kittleson & Associates, & Laura Turner Planning Services

If you would like to sponsor this event and Bike/Walk Central Florida please click here

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About the organizer

Bike/Walk Central Florida is a 501c3 nonprofit. Our founders and the Bike/Walk Central Florida Board recognizes that the streets are not equally safe for all. And, street safety is more than the number of traffic crashes. That’s why we work tirelessly to advocate for policies, programs, and infrastructure at a local level that is fair, accessible, and considers the unique circumstances impacting communities.