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Zoo Miami reschedules popular Bike305 event

This event is sold out, but Zoo Miami is accepting names for its Wait List. See the website for more details. 

Zoo Miami invites you to “Bike the Wild Side” with its popular Bike305 event.

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The special guided ride throughout the zoo grounds returns on Oct. 24, but you’ll have to hurry if you’re interested because sessions are selling out fast.

Zoo Miami staff will guide groups of nine cyclists for about 3 miles, while allowing participants to stop and learn about the habits and habitats of its animals. You have to pick a time slot at time of purchase.

Of course, this year brings new protocols and guidelines, so read up on those before heading out. 


  • Nonmember Adult (13+): $20 plus tax
  • Nonmember Child (3-12): $ 15 plus tax
  • Member Adult (13+): $15 plus tax
  • Member Child (3-12): $10 plus tax

You can also rent an adult bike (13+) for $15 plus tax.

Click here to make your purchase.

Some of the rules:

  • Face coverings are required for guests age 2 and older.
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times.
  • Bicycle helmets are required for children age 16 and younger. Adults are encouraged to wear one. 
  • Front and rear bike lights are recommended. 

Seeking more information?

Phone: 305-251-0400

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