|Contact:||James Dickson <--Send email|
|Notes:||We will gather behind the Adrian District Library (downtown)in the Croswell parking lot at 6:30pm for pre-ride socializing and then head out at 7pm for our ride.|
|Contact:||Dave Walters <--Send email|
|Notes:||We will start as usual at Willard Beach and complete a police led loop of 10 miles.|
|Contact:||Michael Sheean <--Send email|
|Contact:||Michele Andrews <--Send email|
|Notes:||Meeting at Cadillac Rotary Pavilion located on Lake Street at 6:30. Wheels rolling at 7pm.|
|Contact:||Kelli Kavanaugh <--Send email|
|Notes:||On May 18, 2016 at 7:00pm, the Ride of Silence will begin in North America and roll across the globe. We'll meet at Belle Isle's Shelter 8. 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.|
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.
Ride distance: approx. 10 miles. This is the largest Ride of Silence in Southeastern Michigan. The primary organizers and supporters of this event are Miller Canfield Cyclists and Wheelhouse Detroit.
This ride is sweeper-supported. We request that riders wear helmets and carry an extra tube. We ask that all riders respect the instructions of the Michigan State Police while on Belle Isle as well as the volunteer sweepers. This event is free, but will require participants to sign a waiver.
|Contact:||Tim Potter <--Send email|
|Notes:||The Greater Lansing Ride of Silence is proud to be hosting its 10th annual event. It will again be hosted by the TCBA Advocacy Committee & MSU Bikes joining 400+ 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!
Photos from our 2015 event can be viewed here.
|Contact:||John Palmer <--Send email|
|Notes:||Come join the Grand Reserve's second annual Ride of Silence. Grand Reserve is a 55+ active adult community. Similar to last year, we will be starting/ending at the Grand Reserve clubhouse parking lot - address: 6300 Del Webb Blvd, Grand Blanc, MI. Our Ride of Silence is a leisure ride on residential streets with little to no hills. We ride under 10 mph. After the 3 mile silent ride, participants have been know to keep riding. Helmets are required.|
|Contact:||Amy Duggan <--Send email|
|Notes:||Contact the organizer for more details.|
|Contact:||Russ St John <--Send email|
|Notes:||This is a non-traditional ride of Silence. It's included in our regular Wednesday night Wolverine Sports Club Ride that's been going continuously through Detroit and Grosse Pointe for 45 years!|
|Contact:||Christopher Benson <--Send email|
|Notes:||Join us for the 10th Annual Ride of Silence – Harbor Springs!!|
The 2017 Harbor Springs Ride of Silence will start and finish downtown at the city parking lot of the Harbormaster (250 E. Bay St.) just East of Stafford’s Pier Restaurant. 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, pre-ride instructions and staging.
Please contact the organizer with any questions or if you wish to volunteer.
|Contact:||Mark Hagar <--Send email|
|Notes:||The 10th Annual Holland Ride of Silence.|
Join tens of thousands of cyclists globally, in hundreds of locations worldwide on May 17th, raising awareness of cyclists rights to the road, while allowing us to honor those injured or killed while enjoying an activity they love.
From the Holland Civic Center on 8th St. Arrive no later than 6:30 PM. Announcements at 6:45. Ride at 7:00. Black and red arm bands provided, black to honor a cyclist killed, red to honor a cyclist injured. Support will be provided by Holland Public Safety/PD.
Route is similar to last year, regrouping at Bethany Christian Reformed Church and riding on many of the new designated bike lanes the City of Holland has implemented. (not traveling through Hope's campus now that 9th St. construction is complete, and a bike lane on our segment)
A local bike shop 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 strongly recommended.
|Contact:||Tim Krone <--Send email|
|Notes:||Contact the organizer for details.|
|Contact:||Ed Jones <--Send email|
|Notes:||4339 W Fox Farm Rd|
Contact the organizer for more details.
|Contact:||Diane Peters <--Send email|
|Notes:||Contact the organizer for details.|
|Contact:||Ralph Muccilli <--Send email|
|Notes:||The Menominee Ride Of Silence will assemble at Great Lakes Memorial Park, at the Band Shell, on Doyle Drive in Menominee, MI. starting at 6:30PM. |
We will ride, promptly, at 7:00PM with Police Escort. From the band shell in Menominee, we proceed along the Bay of Green Bay, into Marinette and back over the Menominee river on the interstate bridge. The ride concludes at the Band Shell in Menominee.
After the ride there will be a "Social Hour" of sorts at a Local Establishment. Family Friendly, all ages welcome and a chance for riders to met and connect as well as enjoy great food and beverage, at great prices, and relax.
This event is the only Ride of Silence in the Nation whose course travels through 2 states. Thanks in part, to cooperation with the Menominee Mi Police Dept, The Marinette WI Police Dept and both Cities.
Come be a part of a unique experience.
|Contact:||Kirsten Dykstra <--Send email|
|Notes:||This is a Ride of Silence Tribute Ride. ODRAM, August 12, passing by Susan Cummings' ghost bike near start of ODRAM ride.|
|Contact:||Tom Lindrup <--Send email|
|Notes:||The Muskegon Ride of Silence will start from the Muskegon Farmer's Market, 242 W.Western Ave. Muskegon, MI 49440. The ride will start at 7pm and will be a 10 mile easy ride around Muskegon.|
|Contact:||Rick Morris <--Send email|
|Notes:||Owosso Michigan ride will circle the city and include main streets and quiet neighborhoods. Ride will start at 7pm from the parking lot behind the House of Wheels. 814 W Main St. Please be there a half an hour early to register. See you there!!|
|Contact:||Rita Carlson <--Send email|
|Notes:||Join us for our 7th annual ride in Port Huron. We will be at Lakeside Park, beginning at 6:00, and riders are encouraged to arrive by 6:30 to sign in and get situated. We will begin the 10 mile ride at 7:00, which usually takes 1-1.5 hours to complete. We will be riding, rain or shine, so please dress accordingly. |
We will be escorted by the local police departments, and Pollock-Randall Funeral Homes will lead the way with one of their coaches.
HELMETS ARE REQUIRED! If needed, helmets will be available for purchase before the ride starts.
Riders are highly encouraged to have lights on their bikes and to wear bright colored clothing.
|Contact:||Calvin T Hughes Jr <--Send email|
|Notes:||Wednesday - May 17th Location: Royal Oak, Fountain next to Royal Oak Library Start/Finish|
Arrive: 6:30 PM for Sign-in, Instructions and Reading of the Names of Fallen. Ride at 7 PM. You must Wear a Helmet to and Sign Ride of Silence Wavier to participate.
Route travels thru Downtown Royal Oak, MI and Ferndale, MI.
The fountain located in the park next to the Royal Oak Library 222 E 11 Mile Rd, Royal Oak, MI
If on a parking meter remember provide 1 1/2 hours for the the ride.
|Contact:||Mark Stoll <--Send email|
|Notes:||We start and finish at Central Park in Spring Lake. Meet in the West parking lot, behind ACE Hardware. Rolling out promptly at 7:00. Please arrive in enough time to register and prepare to ride. This year's ride is dedicated to Terry Welsh. Terry was hit by a distracted driver who ran a red light while Terry was crossing Seaway Dr on Marquette in Muskegon October 28. He was resuscitated through CPR by the Muskegon Police and Muskegon Sheriff. He sustained significant trauma. His family will be joining us and some will be riding with us.|
|Contact:||Darcie Pickren <--Send email|
|Notes:||All are welcome! Join us to honor those who have been injured or killed while cycling on public roadways. We all share the road. Meet at the Depot Parking Lot at 5:30 p.m. Ride begins at 6:00 p.m.|
Westland - Nankin Mills on Hines Dr.
|Contact:||Dave Duffield <--Send email|
|Notes:||Come join me for the most important group ride you'll ever do! Too many of us are dying out there. The reasons are varied but, we must get legislators to accept that cyclists are valid roadway users and deserve the same protections by law that any other roadway user has.|
|Contact:||Ray McLeod <--Send email|
|Notes:||Contact the organizer for details.|
|Contact:||Bob Krzewinski <--Send email|
|Notes:||Joint Ann Arbor & Ypsilanti ROS, 7pm, Recreation Park, Oakwood at Congress, Ypsilanti (map at https://goo.gl/maps/yHJMRpY9Zgy). Ride length of 9 miles at a relaxed pace taking approximately one hour. Cosponsored by the Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society (www.aabts.org) and the Program To Educate All Cyclists (www.bikeprogram.org). For more information, including a route map, visit www.bbwypsi.org and click on the ROS button.|