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Total confirmed 2017 rides: 380

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Last map update: 04.Jun.2017 17:53:30.

Connecticut
Danbury
Contact: Marti Fine   <--Send email
Distance: 5 mi.
Notes: Please join us for the 4th annual RoS in Danbury. We will follow the same 5 mile route that we took last year, beginning at Rogers Park on Memorial Drive. Meet at 6:45 for a prompt 7 PM departure at the parking lot on the south side of Rogers Park Middle School. Helmets are mandatory; lights and reflectors are recommended. The route is flat to encourage riders of all levels to attend.
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Danielson

Contact: Kevin Mahan   <--Send email
Distance: 5 mi.
Notes: The ride will start at Danielson Adventure Sports (DAS)located at 21 Furnace Street in Danielson Ct. We will gather at 6:45 to provide route information and allow time for any cyclist to make an announcement if they see fit. We will leave promptly at 7:00 following the rules set fourth by the ROS organization. If you have a red or black arm band please bring it for the ride. Also if you could let me know if you will be attending it would be appreciated. Thank you. Kev
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Madison

Contact: Joseph Race- Captain Madison P Colleen Alexander- Madison Res   <--Send email
Distance: 7 mi.
Notes: Madison Town Green

Contact the organizer for more details.

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Old Saybrook

Contact: Kati Papoosha   <--Send email
Distance: 12 miles
Notes: Starting location is at:

Iron House Fitness

137 Mill Rock Rd East

Old Saybrook

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West Hartford

Contact: Scott Franklin   <--Send email
Distance: 8.0 mi.
Notes: Bike West Hartford, Inc. (www.bikewesthartford.org) Hosts Ride of Silence
Wednesday, May 17th, 6:30 pm
West Hartford Town Hall, 50 South Main Street, West Hartford


Bike West Hartford, Inc. is hosting a ‘Ride of Silence’ on Wednesday, May 17th as part of a national event to remember those who have been killed or injured while cycling and to raise awareness of the need to promote safe cycling conditions on public roadways. West Hartford’s event is one of hundreds being held throughout the country. The 8-mile West Hartford ride will begin and end in the parking lot behind the rear entrance of the West Hartford Town Hall, pass through the Town Center, then proceed north through the Town, principally along less travelled residential streets. The ride will last approximately one hour. Participants are asked to wear a white t-shirt as a display of solidarity . The ride will be at a leisurely pace. No one will be left behind. Cyclists are asked to remain silent throughout the ride.

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