This Friday, May 11, you can get a little exercise and a lot of fellowship at the 7th Annual Mayor's Bike Ride & Luncheon.

The ride will leave from Duluth City Hall and travel to the Mayor's Bike Luncheon at Clyde Iron Works.

If you'd like to join, please arrive with your bike to the Duluth City Hall front steps at 11:45 a.m. Friday morning.  Make sure to also follow the link below to also register for the luncheon ahead of time.

As a part of the day, according to the City of Duluth press release:

Mayors Larson and Paine will each give an update on bicycling in our communities, followed by a keynote address on How to Build a Better Block by Jason Roberts, founder of the Better Block movement. Roberts is known for his work converting blighted blocks in Southern Dallas into temporary walkable districts. The concept of using truly incremental, small-scale community action to build better neighborhoods has grown into an international movement.

This event is part of Zeitgeist Community's Bus Bike Walk Duluth, which is a month-long series of community events that celebrates, educates and encourages people-powered modes of getting around town.