Locations/ Contacts

Total confirmed 2021 rides: 195

NOTE: As more and more government authorities around the USA and world are prohibiting group ride events, please confirm with the ride organizer of any posted group ride that the ride details are accurate.

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Last map update: 09.Jul.2021 07:06:46.

Contact: Isabella de matos   <--Send email
Distance: 10 miles
Notes: Please refer to www.teamalameda.com calendar May 19 for ride details.
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Contact: Asha Chandy   <--Send email
Distance: 10 mi
Notes: Route and starting location TBD. Follow Bike Bakersfield on FB for more info!
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Contact: Melissa Rose   <--Send email
Distance: 8 miles
Notes: Facebook Event Link: https://fb.me/e/Hh7R8n5n
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Contact: Joel Maus   <--Send email
Distance: tbd
Notes: Contact the organizer for more information.

route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/35937745

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Half Moon Bay

Contact: Denny Freezer   <--Send email
Distance: 10 miles
Notes: Depending on the state of the pandemic, we will either have an organized ride over the beautiful course we have used before showcasing Half Moon Bay's trails and scenery, or a select your own ride in beautiful Half Moon Bay.
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Marin County - Larkspur

Contact: Stephen Bingham   <--Send email
Distance: 5-6 miles
Notes: A COVID-safe in-person Ride of Silence will take place Saturday, May 22 at 10:30 a.m. at Piper Park in Larkspur. We will first meet (with masks) for a short ceremony to remember those killed or severely injured on Marin County roads, as well as other victims whom riders knew. The ride will then set out at 11 sharp for downtown San Anselmo carrying a Ride of Silence banner. Ride of Silence T-shirts will be available to buy or borrow. We will stop briefly in San Anselmo to hand out flyers explaining the meaning of our Ride of Silence and the need for Marin County and its towns to adopt Vision Zero strategies similar to Sonoma County’s commitment. After returning to Piper Park, we will have a BYO picnic, weather permitting. In the unlikely event that Marin moves back into the COVID red tier, the group ride will be cancelled and participants encouraged to do solo rides and send pictures to the ride organizer, Stephen Bingham via this form.
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Contact: Molly Mazzella   <--Send email
Distance: 8.8 miles
Notes: We will be meeting in Walnut Park at 7 pm on May 19 to honor two cyclists killed in Petaluma recently. This ride is sponsored by the Petaluma Wheelmen Cycling Club. Here is the route:https://ridewithgps.com/routes/35859886
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Contact: Doug Holt   <--Send email
Distance: 10 miles
Notes: Ride starts ar 7:PM at south end of the Sundial Bridge.
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Contact: Bob Dunning   <--Send email
Distance: 9 mi.
Notes: 2021 Worldwide Ride of Silence

"19th Anniversary Year"

Wednesday May 19th, 2021

Riverside unites with bicyclists worldwide

A short slow paced, 12 mph max ride honoring bicyclists injured or killed on public roadways. The Ride of Silence also raises awareness of the bicyclists’ rights to share public roadways.

The Riverside Ride of Silence

Please arrive at 6:30 PM, Riverside County Courthouse, 4050 Main St, Downtown Riverside. We will have a short meeting before the ride begins.

Riverside Ride of Silence begins at 7 PM

The bicycle ride is FREE!
Helmets are mandatory
Lights are required.

Same route as last time:
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San Francisco

Contact: Paul Valdez   <--Send email
Distance: tbd
Notes: San Francisco’s annual Ride of Silence is a solemn group ride to honor those who have been injured or killed while biking. This ride has reached a global scale that now takes place in over 20 countries on the third Wednesday in May with thousands of people riding their bikes to remember, support each other, and to collectively heal.
This is a no-drop, yet silent group ride that is appropriate for all ages and abilities. During the ride, we will stop to lay flowers and observe a moment of silence at the sites of recent biking fatalities and honor those who we have lost while spreading the message that people who bike represent precious lives. Also, we will be making a stop at South Park to honor the lives of those we lost in our bike messenger community.
We will be live-streaming this year's ride on YouTube. The link will be posted here when it becomes available.
We will carry over the theme: "REMEMBER THEIR NAMES". We are all deeply affected when we lose someone in our community and together, we will ride, remember, and reflect. WEARING A MASK IS REQUIRED!
Meet up will be at In Chan Kaajal Park on 17th Street (between Shotwell and Folsom).
6:00 PM: Meet-up
7:00 PM: Roll-out
Please keep on the lookout for more details soon.
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Santa Cruz

Contact: Gregory Braithwaite   <--Send email
Distance: Approx. 8 Miles
Notes: Whether VIRTUAL or in person, we'll honor those killed by motorists through this community event designed to bring awareness to cycling safety in our community. We'll take a beautiful, silent ride, through some beautiful spots in Santa Cruz.

FB Event Link: https://fb.me/e/JuuIXBxK
MEET UP: 6:30 / The Town Clock

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Santa Rosa

Contact: Cheire Barnett   <--Send email
Distance: 9 miles
Notes: The Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition will host our Santa Rosa Ride of Silence starting at the southwest corner of Stony Point Road and Joe Rodota Trail. Please visit our website https://www.bikesonoma.org/ for more information.
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Contact: Logan Harvey   <--Send email
Distance: 8 mi.
Notes: The Sonoma ride will start at Operation Bicycle 207 Nino Marco Square in Fetters Hot Springs.
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Thousand Oaks

Contact: Kathy Naoum   <--Send email
Distance: 10 mi.
Notes: The 2021 ROS will start at Pedals and Pints in The Oaks shopping mall.
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