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Total confirmed 2019 rides: 360

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Last map update: 13.May.2019 21:21:33.

Contact: James Dickson   <--Send email
Distance: 8.0
Notes: The Lenawee County RoS will meet at 6:30 pm in the downtown parking lot behind the Adrian District Library. We will have an informal discussion about cycling best practices and review aspects of the last years statewide bike fatalities. The Maple Wheelers have once again agreed to lead us on a Citywide ride beginning at 7 pm, and we will return about 8 pm. Helmets are mandatory!
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Ann Arbor

Contact: Suzette Wanninkhof   <--Send email
Distance: 8 mi.
Notes: Join us for a slow and silent ride. Everyone is invited - dust off your bike hanging in the garage or polish up your carbon frame. You are wanted and welcomed to ride for those who no longer can, regardless of skill level.

Start at the Kerrytown Farmer's Market at 7pm.
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Battle Creek

Contact: Dave Walters   <--Send email
Distance: 10 Miles
Notes: Contact the organizer for more details.
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Boyne City

Contact: Michael Sheean    <--Send email
Distance: 10 mi.
Notes: Contact the organizer for more details.
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Contact: Christina Vipond   <--Send email
Distance: 7 mi.
Notes: The Cadillac Ride of Silence will be approximately 7 miles around Lake Cadillac. The pace will be approximately 10 mph. All levels are welcome, helmet is required.
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Contact: Thomas Page   <--Send email
Distance: 8.9 mi.
Notes: Event will meet and begin in Midtown Detroit at the Tech Town parking lot at Amsterdam and Woodward Ave. Parking provided complements of Tech Town. The Detroit Bikes Cycling Group is hosting.
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E. Lansing - Lansing

Contact: Tim Potter   <--Send email
Distance: 8 mi.
Notes: The Greater Lansing Ride of Silence is proud to be hosting its 12th 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 sharp.

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 planned route.

An after party at the Lansing Brewing Co. (518 E Shiawassee St, Lansing, MI 48912) will commence at approx. 8 pm after our gathering at the State Capital 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.

HELMETS REQUIRED! (a limited supply of free helmets courtesy of Sparrow Hospital's Brain Trauma unit will be available)

Lights and bright clothing highly recommended for ride home. We will ride in the rain, but our thunderstorm date is Saturday, May 19th, 10 am at same starting point. The route and other details will also be the same.

Our Facebook event page is here:

Please invite your friends!

Stay tuned to our web site and our Facebook group for updates and more details as the date nears.

Photos and videos from the 2017 event can be seen on our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/252811468497268/

More 2017 Event Photos, Stories:





Media Archives:

Photos from our 2015 event can be viewed here.

Photos from 2014 can be seen here.
Videos can be seen here and here from prior years to give you an idea of what to expect.

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Grand Blanc

Contact: Rosemary Ames   <--Send email
Distance: 3 miles
Notes: The Grand Reserve Bike Club will be riding in the Ride of Silence for the 4th year in a row.

The Del Webb Grand Reserve is located at 6300 Del Webb Blvd in Grand Blanc. We will meet and return to the gazebo across from the lodge. The ride is 3 miles within our community of paved streets, no major roads. All are invited to join us.

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Grand Rapids

Contact: Mark Schlutt   <--Send email
Distance: 6 mi.
Notes: The Grand Rapids Ride of Silence will meet at Sixth Street Bridge Park. Participants are asked to arrive at 6:30 for registration, speakers and instructions. The ride will leave at 7pm to follow a flat 6 mile route that includes a brief stop at John Ball Park. Post ride gathering at Creston Brewery.
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Contact: Christopher Benson   <--Send email
Distance: 8 Miles
Notes: Join us for the 12th Annual Ride of Silence – Harbor Springs!!

The 2019 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.
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Lake Orion

Contact: Becky Osborne   <--Send email
Distance: up to 14 miles
Notes: Join cyclists WORLDWIDE in a silent slow-paced ride (max. 12 mph/20kph) in honor of those who have been injured or killed while cycling on public roadways.

This is a FREE event being hosted by Holy Spokes in association with The Ride of Silence and our supporters.

To find out more about the Ride of Silence and the Ride of Silence organization, please visit http://www.rideofsilence.org/

Helmets are required per Ride of Silence rules.

We will have 3 routes through Orion Township and Downtown Lake Orion.

4.4 Mile Route: This route will be through quiet neighborhood roads, on safety paths, and will not cross any main roads. https://www.strava.com/routes/12049111

9.1 Mile Route: This route will be down gravel trails and safety paths. https://www.strava.com/routes/12049152

14.7 Mile Route: This route will be down safety paths, main roads, and will go through Downtown Lake Orion. https://www.strava.com/routes/12049132

There will be a short ceremony prior to the ride.
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Contact: frank andrews   <--Send email
Distance: 8 miles
Notes: We will ride from Michigan's oldest still-active county courthouse, located in beautiful downtown Lapeer. We'll meet at the picnic shelter at 287 W. Nepessing Street, for a RoS observance and to start our ride.
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Contact: Diane Peters   <--Send email
Distance: 8 mi.
Notes: Meet at 6:15 at the Brooks Memorial Fountain.
Helmets are required. Lights are encouraged.
We will ride in the rain, but if the weather is storming- the ride will be postponed until the following Saturday at 10am.
Refreshments will be provided at the end (Chemical Bank parking lot).
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Contact: Ralph Muccilli   <--Send email
Distance: 10 Miles
Notes: We are, once again, riding in 2 cities and states on our route. We start in Menominee Michigan, cross the river in to Marinette Wisconsin and then back into Michigan. The ride starts and ends at the Menominee Marina Park, Bandshell. Police escorted ride.
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Contact: Tom Lindrup   <--Send email
Distance: 8 miles
Notes: Our ride:
Date: May 15, 2019
Time: 6:30 gather, ride at 7:00pm
Place: Muskegon Farmers Market, 242 W. Western Ave., Muskegon, MI 49440

Our ride will be approximately 8 miles long at a slow pace of 8 to 10 mph with police escorts.

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Port Huron

Contact: Rita Carlson   <--Send email
Distance: 10 mi.
Notes: As in years past, the ride will start/end at Lakeside Park on Gratiot Ave. Please arrive by 6:45PM for announcement; the ride will begin promptly at 7:00PM. Reminder: helmets are required and lights are highly recommended.
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Contact: Tim Krone   <--Send email
Distance: 9 miles
Notes: From Portage’s Millennium Park. Please contact Organizer for additional details, thanks.
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Sault Ste. Marie

Contact: Ken Vargas   <--Send email
Distance: 12 mi.
Notes: Contact the organizer for more details.
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Spring Lake

Contact: Christian Miller   <--Send email
Distance: 10 mi.
Notes: The ride will be held at the Spring Lake Central Park at 7:00 PM. Plan ahead and arrive at 6:30 for registration. Contact Christian if you have any questions.
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Traverse City

Contact: Steve Mitton   <--Send email
Distance: 5 miles
Notes: Ride Of Silence - Traverse City, MI

Arrive to Register: 6:30PM

Ride Starts: 7:00PM

Ride Length: 5 Miles

Ride Starts/Finishes @ Depot Parking Lot, 642 Railroad Pl. Traverse City, MI

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Contact: Jeff Radke   <--Send email
Distance: 10 miles
Notes: Third annual Warren Ride of Silence. For details, please go to this link:

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Contact: Dave Duffield   <--Send email
Distance: 10-12 Miles
Notes: Ride will depart from parking lot at Wilcox Lake just E. of Northville Rd. on Hines Drive. Add'l parking across Hines. Please arrive by 6:45pm. Rain Date: Sat., May 18th, 10am. Helmets mandatory & lights strongly recommended.
If you have any questions, please email be at least a week prior to the event. I'd like to thank R3 bike club in advance for their help with the ride!
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Contact: Bob Krzewinski   <--Send email
Distance: 9 mi.
Notes: Ypsilanti ROS, 7pm, Recreation Park – Rutherford Pool Parking Area, Congress at Elm, Ypsilanti (map at https://goo.gl/maps/8sBRH7j5Rzj). Ride length of 9 miles at a relaxed pace taking approximately one hour. Cosponsored by the Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society (www.aabts.org), Bike Ypsi (www.bikeypsi.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.
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