Cycling is a bit of a tradition at Mattamy, and it’s now literally at Tradition too! Telaro, Mattamy’s first 55+ active adult neighborhood within the master-planned community of Tradition in Port St. Lucie, Florida, has launched a highly anticipated cycling club for its residents.

The Telaro Bike Club invites both first-time riders and seasoned cyclists to meet fellow residents as they ride e-bikes and traditional bicycles, utilizing the community trail network. The club recently held its first successful meet-up, with more than 15 bikers participating in a seven-mile ride through downtown Tradition.

As a housewarming gift, homeowners who purchase a Mattamy home in Tradition’s Telaro neighborhood receive a complimentary e-bike from Rad Power Bikes.

“Many Telaro homeowners have been so happy with their e-bike, they’ve purchased an additional one,” says Sandi Quigley, Director of Marketing for Mattamy’s Southeast Florida Division. “The bikes are a great way for residents to integrate wellness into their lifestyle and enjoy Tradition’s extensive T-Trail.”

Residents of Telaro have direct access to Tradition’s T Trail, an experiential 20-mile, multimodal system connecting them to the entire community on dedicated paths for biking, walking, running and carting. The highly amenitized community also features a 15,000-square-foot clubhouse with a fitness center, café, lounge and card rooms. The building opens onto resort-style and lap pools, cabanas, a poolside bar and market. Homeowners also enjoy community gardens, an event lawn, and sports courts for pickleball, tennis, basketball and bocce, as well as TIM, South Florida’s first autonomous shuttle service.