Adrian (Lenawee County's RoS)
|Contact:||Jim Dickson <--Send email|
|Notes:||We'll meet at 6:30PM behind the Adrian District Library in downtown Adrian, ride begins at 7pm. Please bring your helmet, lights optional.|
Ann Arbor - Ypsilanti
|Contact:||Bob Krzewinski <--Send email|
|Notes:||Joint Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti ROS. Meet at Ypsilanti's Recreation Park, corner of Oakwood and Congress Street.|
|Contact:||Dave Walters <--Send email|
|Distance:||10 miles/ 3 mile family ride|
|Notes:||Contact the organizer for more details.|
|Contact:||John Miller <--Send email|
|Notes:||Contact the organizer for more details.|
|Contact:||Michael Sheean <--Send email|
|Notes:||633 Forest Park Lane|
Boyne City Michigan 49712
|Contact:||Michele Andrews <--Send email|
|Notes:||Meeting at the Cadillac Rotary Pavilion at 6:30 for a presentation and sign in. Will then ride around Lake Cadillac between 10-12 mph.|
|Contact:||Kelli Kavanaugh <--Send email|
|Notes:||Meet at Belle Isle Shelter 8E (Note: this is an updated location as of May 1 due to closures). Helmets required. Sweepers provided by Wheelhouse Detroit.|
E. Lansing / Lansing
|Contact:||Tim Potter <--Send email|
|Notes:||Once again the Greater Lansing Ride of Silence event will again be hosted by the TCBA Advocacy Committee & MSU Bikes joining 300+ events annually world-wide that honors and memorializes bicyclists hit and killed or injured by motor vehicles on roadways. |
Attendees will once again gather at the Wells Hall courtyard (east side of Wells Hall) no later than 6:00 pm for important instructions and to sign-in, etc. Come earlier to be sure you've signed the waiver, tied on arm-bands (black, if you know someone who was hit and killed; red, if you or someone you know was hit and injured). Participants will then roll off at 6:30 pm. The start time is being bumped earlier again this year to ensure a safer return to campus in more light. Police escorts (bike patrol officers) will accompany the group through the route to help maintain safety and guide us through intersections along the route. This is our updated route.
An after party at a location TBD will commence after our gathering at the State Capital (approx. 8 pm) to celebrate the lives of our fallen fellow cyclists and to support and encourage the TCBA Advocacy Committee and others in the area who are working towards safer streets for bicyclists.
Our Facebook event page is here. Please invite your friends!
|Contact:||Jan Arnold <--Send email|
|Distance:||6 Miles; 12 RT|
|Notes:||Contact the organizer for details.|
|Contact:||Jack Minore <--Send email|
|Notes:||Friends of the Flint River Trail; http://flintriver.org/blog/chapters/friends-of-the-flint-river-trail/|
From the Flint OLD Farmers Market and ride into and through a portion of the major downtown street in Flint (Saginaw St) as well as through a part of the UM-Flint campus and the Mott Community College campus.
Helmets are required.
|Contact:||Karen Dunnam <--Send email|
|Notes:||A reprise of the 2014 route starting almost downtown, at the Sixth Street Bridge Park. |
Link to event page on FB
Link to community FB page
|Contact:||Heather Compton <--Send email|
|Notes:||6041 West M72|
Contact the organizer for more details.
|Contact:||Russ St. John <--Send email|
|Distance:||10 - 12 miles|
|Notes:||This is a non-traditional Ride of Silence we have been doing since the ROS began! |
We include a ROS within our regular Wolverine Sports Club Eastside Wednesday Night Ride! With a 6:30 start, we stop at 7, make announcements and do our 10-12 mile slow paced ROS. We stop then for more announcements. Then we resume our club ride!
Russ St. John
|Contact:||Christopher Benson <--Send email|
|Notes:||The 2015 Harbor Springs Ride of Silence will start and finish downtown at the city parking lot of the Harbormaster (250 E. Bay St.) The Harbor Springs Ride of Silence is organized by Christopher Benson who survived being struck by a vehicle in 2007 while riding on an open road.|
The ride is FREE and open to anyone with a bicycle and a helmet (*helmets required*). The ride course is approximately 8 miles in and around Harbor Springs. Riders are asked to arrive at the start by 6:30pm for sign in, group photo, pre-ride instructions and staging.
See our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RideofSilenceHarborSprings
Please invite your friends!
Please contact the organizer with any questions or if you wish to volunteer.
|Contact:||Mark Hagar <--Send email|
|Distance:||7 - 8 miles|
|Notes:||The Ride of Silence returns to Holland, joining thousands of cyclists worldwide on May 20th.|
From the Holland Civic Center on 8th St. Arrive at 6:30 PM. Be ready to ride at 7:00. Black and red arm bands will be provided. Black to honor a cyclist killed, red to honor a cyclist injured. Support will be provided by Holland Public Safety/PD. Cross Country Cycle will be on hand to provide a free safety check for anyone who requests one for their bicycle. (this is NOT a tune-up)
Helmets are mandatory, lights are recommended.
A local organization will be providing refreshments for riders when we return to the Civic Center. Please go to Doodle.com and vote "YES" if you plan on attending, so we can determine how much food will be needed, thanks. Vote here: http://tinyurl.com/keltwzg
|Contact:||Randy & Patricia Jones <--Send email|
|Contact:||David Spencer <--Send email|
|Notes:||Join us at Ella Sharp Park by the planetarium.|
|Contact:||frank andrews <--Send email|
|Notes:||We will meet at the picnic shelter in front of the historic courthouse at West Nepessing and Court Street, at 645 pm. Helmets are required. We will briefly discuss why we are riding together tonight and the history and significance of the Ride of Silence, and review the ride (8 miles, 10 mph with max of 12 mph if attainable coasting). We plan to start at 7 pm and return about 8 pm. Some riders will have dinner or refreshments afterwards at one of the downtown Lapeer eateries.|
|Contact:||Ed Jones <--Send email|
|Notes:||We are organizing our inaugural Ride of Silence. This Ride of Silence is coordinated by the City of Manistee Non-Motorized Transportation Committee.|
|Contact:||Diane Peters <--Send email|
|Notes:||Meeting at 6:45pm at the Fountain Circle|
|Contact:||Ralph Muccilli <--Send email|
|Distance:||10 plus miles|
|Notes:||This ride proceeds through 2 states. |
We start On the Bay Front in Menominee MI into Marinette WI and back to Menominee.
We will once again, have a Police Escort Thanks to the Menominee Police Department.
We have hosted this ride almost as long as the Ride of Silence has existed. Last year saw our best participation yet, and we hope to meet or exceed that this year.
Contact Ralph Muccilli @ TwinCityROS2015@yahoo.com
Bill StMartin at Cycle Path in Menominee MI @ (906) 863-9361
For more information.
|Contact:||Mark Dixon <--Send email|
|Notes:||The Muskegon Ride of Silence is changing locations from past years. This year we will meet at the Grand Trunk Launch (2090 Lakeshore Dr. Muskegon) at the end of McCracken. Our route takes us out along beautiful Lake Michigan. Be sure to wear a bike helmet and be there at 6:30pm. Ride starts promptly at 7. See you there!|
|Contact:||Jenine Ulrich <--Send email|
|Notes:||Our ride will begin and end at Lakeside Beach at Gratiot and Holland in Port Huron. We again plan to be escorted by two hearses from Pollock-Randall Funeral Home, bike patrol officers from the PHPD and the St. Clair County Sheriffs Dept. There will be a brief ceremony at 6:30 p.m. and the ride starts at 7:00.|
|Contact:||David Warwick <--Send email|
|Notes:||On May 13, 2015 at 6:30 PM, beginning at Millenium Park, 280 Romence Road, Portage, MI a tribute to the Ride of Silence will begin. This event pays tribute to the National Ride of Silence that takes place the following week on May 20, 2015. We requested permission from the Ride of Silence national organizers to hold this tribute event so that it would coincide with Kalamazoo Bike Week.|
|Contact:||Calvin T Hughes Jr <--Send email|
|Notes:||This ride is to honor and remember our fellow cyclist that have lost their lives.|
This is a worldwide event that rides in silence at the same time. Names of the fallen are read at the beginning of ride in 2014 Michigan had 22 Deaths.
The ride also is to bring attention to public on the need to share the road with cyclists.
Meet at Royal Oak Fountain located next to the Royal Oak Library. Address 222 E 11 Mile Rd, Royal Oak, MI 48067
10 Mile route will roll at 12 mph, through Royal Oak, Ferndale, Huntington Woods,
We will meet at 6:30 pm for Check-in and Ceremony reading of names of fallen cyclist.
Wear something White.
7 PM Sharp the ride begins in silence Worldwide.
Signed Waiver is Required along with Helmets.
The entire Route will be marked.http://ridewithgps.com/routes/7951523
Upon returning to Royal Oak a few words of thanks and we disband.
|Contact:||Mark Stoll <--Send email|
|Notes:||Starting from Central Park. Meet in the lot behind Ace Hardware.
We start and finish at Central Park in Spring Lake. The exact location in the park is the West parking lot behind ACE hardware,
The Ride starts promptly at 7:00 PM, please arrive by 6:45.
Red & Black armbands will be provided.
Loose Spokes Bicycle Shop will be on hand to provide a free bicycle safety check for any participant. (NOT a tune-up, but a quick check/adjustment to insure bicycle is safe to ride)
** Helmets are Mandatory ** Headlights and Taillights are highly recommended, but not required."
|Contact:||Darcie Pickren <--Send email|
|Notes:||The 11th Annual - 2015 Traverse City Ride of Silence is again hosted by the Cherry Capitol Cycling Club: http://cherrycapitalcyclingclub.org/|
When: Wednesday, May 20, 2015, 7:00 PM (please arrive early)
Where: Parking Lot near the Filling Station,
642 Railroad Traverse City, MI
Contact: Darcie C Pickren, 231-632-2198
Registration is Not Required
Distance: Approximately 8 miles
Pace: Max 12 mph
Terrain: In town - flat
Silent slow-paced ride (max. 12 mph) in honor of those who have been injured or killed while cycling on public roadways.
On May 20, 2015 at 7:00 PM, the Ride of Silence will begin in North America and roll across the globe. Cyclists will take to the roads in a silent procession to honor 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.
|Contact:||Dave Duffield <--Send email|
|Notes:||Will depart from Nankin Mills parking lot at the corber of Hines Drive & Ann Arbor Trail.|