Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- Within the framework of the International Bicycle Day, On June 3, a statewide round will be held under the motto “Say yes to the bike”, where most of the municipalities of Sinaloa will participate simultaneously, including Ahome.
During the announcement was present Rodolfo Ramos Monreal, director of the Municipal Youth Institute; José Pablo García Cota, IMDA Sports Development coordinator; Jesús Daniel Velarez Valenzuela, of Municipal Transit; Nicté Loi Ceceña Romero, Undersecretary of Sustainable Development; Fernando García Arredondo, director of Mobility, Management and Urban Administration; and Luis Felipe Villegas Castañeda, president of the Green Wheel Collective.
Rodolfo Ramos Monreal, director of the Municipal Youth Institute, explained that when the reactivation of the shootings in Ahome was proposed to them, they immediately gave the go-ahead for the benefits it has for citizens.
“When we approached the issue of reactivating the rides, we immediately said yes, because it is a family environment, it is a recreational environment, it is to keep us active, it is to create awareness of the use and also of the respect that we must have for the user who walks in some bike”he expressed.
For his part, Luis Felipe Villegas Castañeda, president of the Green Wheel Collective, said he was happy that the bicycle was being turned to as a means of transportation and not just as a sport, reporting that one in ten cyclists uses it as a means of transportation. and not for recreational use.
He explained that regarding the ride on June 3, in the case of the municipality of Ahome, the appointment will be at 7:00 p.m., in the Plazuela September 27, urging cyclists to check their bicycles and take all the security measures.
He explained that they will leave the Plazuela 27 de Septiembre to take Álvaro Obregón Avenue to Ángel Flores, from there they will continue to Jiquilpan Boulevard to reach Antonio Rosales Boulevard and continue towards Plaza Sendero, at this point they will continue along Clemente Valenzuela Boulevard to make a “U” turn and return to Poseidón Boulevard, from there they will continue to Río de las Cañas heading south, upon reaching Centenario Boulevard they will continue along it until they reach Rosales Boulevard and later join Álvaro Obregón, culminating in the route, approximately 10 kilometers, at the starting point.
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Fernando García Arredondo, director of Urban Mobility, Management and Administration, reported that this activity will be carried out from the south to the north of the state, where, as of Tuesday morning, more than 12 municipalities had already been confirmed, including the most important cities, but they will continue looking for more to join with the aim of achieving empathy with environmental care.
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