|Contact:||Louis Bravos <--Send email|
|Notes:||Gather in the parking lot of Town & Country Shopping Center Coffee Road at Stockdale Highway in front of Bagels & Blenderz 8200 Stockdale Hwy Bakersfield, CA 93311 at 6:30 PM for reading of names of cyclists being remembered and The Ride of Silence Poem. Ride will start in silence at exactly 7:00 PM proceeding East then South to the sites of 2 tragic endings of 2 cyclists last rides.|
|Contact:||Janine Rood <--Send email|
|Notes:||Meet at 5th St Plaza. Contact the organizer for details.|
|Contact:||Ellen Winder <--Send email|
|Notes:||Grouping at Vets Memorial Center |
203 E 14th St, Davis
|Contact:||Nanci Sumaya <--Send email|
|Notes:||438 E Shaw Ave, #168|
The Clovis/Fresno Ride of Silence will be meet 6:30 pm in the Parkway Trails Shopping Center at the Northeast corner of Willow & Nees Ave, Clovis CA. The ride will start at 7pm with a reading of names of cyclists who lost their lives or who have been injured while cycling on public roadways, and the Ride of Silence poem.
|Contact:||Jane Rands <--Send email|
|Notes:||Start/Finish at the Fullerton Museum Center Plaza on the 100 block of E. Wilshire Ave. between Harbor Blvd. and N. Pomona Ave.
Meet at 6:30 pm and roll at 7:00 pm. We may return as late as 8:30 pm, so please be prepared with lights. As always, please wear your helmet.
Route sheets will be available at the start/finish location or in advance by emailing the organizer.
|Contact:||Bill Sellin <--Send email|
|Notes:||More info: sellin.com/silence|
Contact the organizer for more details.
|Contact:||Les Miklosy <--Send email|
|Notes:||Meet at Heisler Park, Laguna Beach at 6:00PM. Riding at dusk so lights and reflectors & helmets mandatory. You are driving a bicycle so follow California Vehicle Code rules always. 4.9 miles includes some small hills. For more details see lagunastreets.blogspot.com This is the first group ride of Laguna's new bike-route please join us.|
|Contact:||John Jones III <--Send email|
|Notes:||Contact the organizer for details.|
Marin County - Tiburon
|Contact:||Steve Bingham <--Send email|
|Notes:||On Saturday, May 23, 2015 at 5:00 PM, the Ride of Silence in Tiburon will follow hundreds of rides throughout North America and across the globe. Unlike past years, the Marin ride will NOT occur on the official ROS day of May 20, as we have been unable to interest more than a handful of cyclists to turn out on a week night.|
Cyclists will take to the roads in a silent procession to honor other cyclists who have been killed or injured while cycling on public roadways. Although cyclists have a legal right to share the road with motorists, the motoring public often isn't aware of these rights, and sometimes not aware of the cyclists themselves.
This yearís Marin Ride of Silence will continue the three-year tradition of riding around the Tiburon peninsula, leaving from the parking lot of Blackieís Pasture at 5:30 p.m. Google Maps has directions to Blackieís Pasture.
The Ride of Silence is a free ride that asks its cyclists to ride no faster than 12 mph, wear helmets, follow the rules of the road and remain silent during the ride. There are no sponsors and no registration fees. The ride, which is held during National Bike Month, aims to raise the awareness of motorists, police and city officials that cyclists have a legal right to the public roadways. The ride is also a chance to show respect for and honor the lives of those who have been killed or injured. Participants will wear black and red armbands.
In addition to remembering 22-year-old Sylvia Bingham, killed on her bike in Cleveland, OH on Sept. 15, 2009 and daughter of Ride organizers Steve Bingham and Francoise Blusseau, the Ride will remember those we know about who were killed on Marinís roads and highways, including (with date of death):
Billy Dougherty, (c. 1967)
Kathy Crimm, age 52 (12/6/1998)
Cecilia Krone, age 42 (9/4/1999)
Kirk Ross, age 42 (12/31/1999)
Frank Merino, age 42 (10/05/02)
Michael Goldstein (7/4/2003)
Hailey Ratliff, age 12 (9/27/2012)
David Hauer, age 79 (4/12/2013)
We would like to know the names of anyone missing from this list so that our ride can remember them as well. The Ride is also to remember participantsí family or friends killed or injured while cycling anywhere. Email names to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more about the international Rides of Silence, visit http://www.rideofsilence.org/main.php.
Last year's ride is posted on the ROS website. For previous rides we have organized, see http://www.sylviabinghamfund.org/bicyclerides.php
|Contact:||Angelique Martinez <--Send email|
|Distance:||approximately 12 miles|
|Notes:||The 4th Anthony Martinez Jr. Annual Memorial Ride of Silence will start at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 905 Redwood in Oxnard between M Street and J Street|
meet up at 5:30 ride at 7 sharp
during this ride we will pass by ghost bikes throughout Oxnard honoring those who have fallen including: Reynaldo Berran, Joey Garcia, and Anthony Martinez and be concluded at 1300 Olive St with a candle lit vigil.
|Contact:||Thomas Cassidy <--Send email|
|Notes:||to follow-very likely the same as lat year|
Pasadena Rose Bowl
|Contact:||Andi DiGee <--Send email|
|Contact:||Frederick Roth <--Send email|
|Notes:||Sponsored by Cycling Connection of Rancho Cucamonga. |
Ride will start at Juice It Up, Baseline at Day Creek
|Contact:||Doug Holt <--Send email|
|Notes:||Start at the Sun Dial Bridge. Ride Park Marina, Park View, Pine, North Market, Lake Blvd and Hilltop to the bike trail. Then back to the Sun Dial Bridge.|
|Contact:||Adrienne Harris <--Send email|
|Notes:||For details: http://www.richmondbpac.org/ROS|
|Contact:||Board member of RiversideBicycleClub <--Send email|
|Notes:||We will start at Riverside City Hall, 9th & Main, and ride a 9 mile loop around Riverside.|
|Contact:||Sonya Lovine <--Send email|
|Notes:||This is Sacramento's sixth annual Ride of Silence. We will gather at 6:45 p.m. at the Capitol Rose Garden (on the corner of Capitol Avenue and 15th Street). There we will have the reading of the Ride of Silence poem and distribution of armbands. This silent ride starts at 7:00 p.m. and proceeds to the ghost bike at Sacramento State where we will have a brief ceremony honoring all Sacramento cyclists who have been killed or injured. Names of cyclists lost this past year will be read aloud. We will then return to our starting point at the Capitol. All cyclists and their families are welcome. Helmets are required; headlights and tail lights strongly recommended.|
|Contact:||Samantha Ollinger <--Send email|
|Notes:||Contact the organizer for more details.|
San Diego - Carlsbad
|Contact:||Alan Dalziel <--Send email|
|Notes:||This is a free ride along coastal Carlsbad to honor those killed or injured riding their bicycles on the road. We will start from Magee Park in Carlsbad, and will ride at 7:00 PM sharp.|
Please bring your bike, a helmet, and front and rear lights if you have them. If you wish to honor someone, please bring an armband bearing their name to wear during the ride.
We will be riding in a group along the coast and the route is relatively flat with just one hill (Northbound 101 approaching Palomar Airport Rd.
If you have any questions, please email Alan Dalziel, the ride organizer, using this form. Thanks for joining us. It is an honor to host these rides, and I can guarantee you will meet some new friends in the process.
|Contact:||Devon Warner <--Send email|
|Distance:||5 - 10 miles|
|Notes:||This is the 3rd year I have been involved with this location. Last year we managed a full police escort and had about 70 participants on a route about 6.5 miles.|
|Contact:||Paul Nagel <--Send email|
|Notes:||Please join us on Wednesday, May 20th at 6:30 pm at The Bicycle Tree (811 N. Main St., Santa Ana 92701). After a quick bike safety check and discussion, we will depart at 7:00 pm and ride a short route through Santa Ana to honor bicyclists who have been killed or injured, to raise awareness that we are here, and to ask that we all share the road. We will return to the shop around 8:00 pm for further discussion of safety issues and the need for change.|
We ask that all riders remain silent to symbolize the gravity of the situation. The pace of the ride will be slow.
Front and rear lights are required for all riders. We will have a limited quantity of free lights to provide for those who do not have them. Please wear a helmet and we encourage visible clothing.
Riders under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
|Contact:||Rick Peoples <--Send email|
|Notes:||Honor cyclists who are killed or injured in road accidents and join a worldwide event at the Ninth Annual Temecula Ride of Silence scheduled for 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20, in front of Temecula City Hall, 41000 Main St.
The Ride of Silence started in 2003 to honor cyclist Larry Schwartz, killed by a passing bus in Dallas, Texas. It is now an international event held in more 300 cities and involving thousands of riders on the second Wednesday of May.
The Ride of Silence is an opportunity to honor the more than 800 cyclists killed in traffic accidents each year in the United States and many more injured or killed around the world.
Participants are encouraged to bring lights and helmets. Organizers will be handing out black arm bands bearing the names of cyclists who have been killed or injured in road accidents. Cyclists may also bring their own armbands if they wish.
The ride is about 10 miles long, fairly flat and speed is kept to 10 mph or less.
Riders wear black armbands and use lights on their bicycles to form a solemn procession. This year the route will be from City Hall to Overland, across Interstate 15 to Margarita Road, up to Jax Bicycles in Murrieta and back on the same route. Please be aware this is a nighttime ride on public roadways suitable for adults and teenagers who typically ride in traffic. Small children should be in trailers or with adults on tandems.
There are no entry fees or costs. More information on the Ride of Silence can be found at www.rideofsilence.org.
For more information, or to submit names of cyclists to be honored, go to www.rideofsilence.org ? or contact Rick Peoples via the link on this page or 951-764-4075
|Contact:||Henry Montalvo <--Send email|
|Notes:||Wednesday, May 20th, 5:30p.m.|
(Ride begins @ 6:30 P.M.)
The Lakes of Thousand Oaks
2200 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks