Tradition Celebrates Launch Of Resident E-Bike Sharing Program With Free Event
Mattamy Homes and Tradition are hosting a free event to celebrate the launch of the community’s new resident e-bike sharing program. The new program further expands Tradition’s wellness offerings by allowing homeowners to rent e-bikes at Town Square and Talk-in-the-Park, with conveniently located charging stations at each location, and future locations planned around the community. Tradition residents can download a simple smartphone app, which allows them to find, unlock, ride and return an e-bike and access an updated map of the Tradition community for easy navigation—both on and off the trails.
Open to the public, the family-friendly event will kick off with two bike rides through Tradition, beginning at Tradition Square. Riders of all skill levels will need to bring their own bikes and helmets to explore the community on a seven-mile bike ride. For more leisurely riders and families with small children, there will be a three-mile bike ride.
During the ride, attendees will stop in Tradition’s Talk-in-the-Park for an official ribbon-cutting ceremony commemorating the launch of the e-bike sharing program.
After the ride, attendees will enjoy an event at Tradition Square complete with local health and wellness vendors, refreshments, a DJ and performances by the BMX Trickstars at 9:15 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Registration is free, with an option to donate to the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County. Mattamy Homes will match all donations up to $1,500. Additionally, Sprockets Bikes will donate 13 bikes and helmets to the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County.