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Total confirmed 2016 rides: 444

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Last map update: 09.May.2016 20:50:19.

Ohio
Cincinnati
Contact: Deborah Johnson   <--Send email
Distance: 10 miles round trip
Notes: Cincinnati Cycle Club - Open to all - Meet in the parking lot at the crossroads of the Ohio River Trail & Wilmer Ave, across from Lunken Airport. Ride leaves at 6:30 pm, heads to the P&G Pavilion at Sawyer Point Park. 5 miles.
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Cleveland

Contact: Jacob VanSickle   <--Send email
Distance: 5 miles
Notes: Join cyclists across Greater Cleveland for the most important ride of the year.

On Wednesday May 18th at 6:30pm Cleveland cyclists will join others across the globe in a silent slow-paced ride in honor of those who have been injured or killed while riding a bicycle on our public roadways.

Like in past years Cleveland's Ride of Silence will have two start points:

Free Stamp Monument in Downtown Cleveland (Willard Park at Lakeside and East 9th): led by Bike Cleveland

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John Carroll University in University Heights: led by the Heights Bicycle Coalition (Look for bicyclists in the Carroll Expansion (Parking) Lot, which is just east of the Dolan Science Center and south of Hamlin Quad, adjacent to Carroll Boulevard.)

Riders will meet at 6:30pm and depart at 7pm. Both rides will meet at University Hospital in University Circle at 7:30pm for a brief ceremony honoring those injured or killed while cycling.

Routes:

John Carroll University to University Hospital: https://www.google.com/maps/ms?msid=208606686334934552724.0004bcb670fe4a6bcd5dc&msa=0&ll=41.499835%2C-81.59061&spn=0.017453%2C0.042272



Downtown Cleveland to University Hospital: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=zyGqHdIlmAIY.kwLXv8wdBcXw



As always while on the ride practice bicycle safety, wear a helmet, and follow traffic laws. Riders are asked to wear white.

The Ride Of Silence is a free ride that asks cyclists to ride no faster than 12 mph and remain silent during the ride. There are no brochures, no sponsors and no registration fees. The ride aims to raise the awareness of motorists, police officers and city officials that cyclists have a legal right to the public roadways. The ride is also a chance to show respect for those who have been killed or injured.
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Columbus

Contact: Kathleen Watkins   <--Send email
Distance: 10
Notes: This ride is organized by Yay Bikes! It starts and ends at City Hall in downtown Columbus.
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Dayton

Contact: Marc Harris   <--Send email
Distance: 8 miles
Notes: Meeting at Carillon park at the cyclist statue at 6:30pm, with a pull out at 7pm. Riding through downtown and looping back to starting point.
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Defiance

Contact: Larry Wagner   <--Send email
Distance: 10 mi.
Notes: Meet at Triangle park in downtown Defiance at 7pm
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Galion

Contact: Troy Chipka   <--Send email
Distance: 8-12miles
Notes: 130 Harding Way East

Contact the organizer for more details.

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Hudson

Contact: stacy rhea   <--Send email
Distance: 8-10 miles
Notes: Inaugural Stow/Hudson Ride of Silence
LifeCenter Plus
5133 Darrow Road, Hudson, Ohio 44236


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Lancaster

Contact: JD Kimple   <--Send email
Distance: 7 mi.
Notes: The ride will start & end at the green & white 4H barn at The Fairfield County Fairgrounds in Lancaster, OH. We will leave promptly at 7p, so please arrive early enough (by 6:30pm) to get prepared.

Helmets are mandatory, as per RoS guidelines. Lights are encouraged!

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Oberlin

Contact: Robert Esper   <--Send email
Distance: 10
Notes: This ride is coordinated by the Silver Wheels Bicycle Club. We will originate and end at the Oberlin Depot.
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Toledo

Contact: Keith Webb   <--Send email
Distance: 7.8 mi.
Notes: The 7th Annual Toledo Ride of Silence will start and end at the UT Parking Lot 1 North, located at the corner of Bancroft and North Towerview Blvd. The ride will be slow-paced (12 mph Max.) covering ~7.8 miles. We will be escorted by Toledo City Police, Ottawa Hills Police and UT Police on route. Helmets are required. This event is free and open to the public. No registration necessary.

We will depart promptly at 7PM so please arrive 6:30~6:45PM. During the ride, we will pause at Ottawa Hills HS in memory of Dave Larabee, killed on his way home from work in 2005, Toledo Children's Hospital in memory of Dr. Stephen Snedden, killed while biking along River Road in Perrysburg Township, and Ottawa Park in honor of Robert Brundage. We will remember and honor Matthew Billings, Eric Ramlow, James Lambert, Emilee Gagnon, Harvey Bell III and others prior to the start of the ride. This is a community event supported by the Maumee Valley Adventurers, Maumee Valley Wheelmen, Toledo Bikes, Team Toledo and Toledo Area Bicyclists.

For more information, see https://WeAreTraffic.org/Ride-of-Silence
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Troy

Contact: Dennis and Joyce Ferguson   <--Send email
Distance: 8 miles
Notes: J&D Bicycles, 500 N. Elm Street, Troy, OH 45373
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University Heights

Contact: Jacob VanSickle   <--Send email
Distance: 5 miles
Notes: John Carroll University in University Heights: led by the Heights Bicycle Coalition (Look for bicyclists in the Carroll Expansion (Parking) Lot, which is just east of the Dolan Science Center and south of Hamlin Quad, adjacent to Carroll Boulevard.)

Riders will meet at 6:30pm and depart at 7pm. Both rides will meet at University Hospital in University Circle at 7:30pm for a brief ceremony honoring those injured or killed while cycling.

Route:

John Carroll University to University Hospital: https://www.google.com/maps/ms?msid=208606686334934552724.0004bcb670fe4a6bcd5dc&msa=0&ll=41.499835%2C-81.59061&spn=0.017453%2C0.042272

As always while on the ride practice bicycle safety, wear a helmet, and follow traffic laws. Riders are asked to wear white.

The Ride Of Silence is a free ride that asks cyclists to ride no faster than 12 mph and remain silent during the ride. There are no brochures, no sponsors and no registration fees. The ride aims to raise the awareness of motorists, police officers and city officials that cyclists have a legal right to the public roadways. The ride is also a chance to show respect for those who have been killed or injured.
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Warren

Contact: Jay Wonders   <--Send email
Distance: 8 Miles
Notes: Contact the organizer for more details.
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