Total confirmed 2017 rides: 103
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Last map update: 29.Jan.2017 12:31:47.
Harrisburg/ Camp Hill
|Contact:||Ross Willard <--Send email|
|Notes:||Gather between 6:30 to 6:55 pm at the Camp Hill Boro Building 2145 Walnut Street, Camp Hill, Pa Start riding silently to the Pennsylvania State Capitol at 7 Pm. Some riders will join us along the Market Street route. At the Capitol steps, we will place electric candles at the Ghost Bikes that will already been sitting silently all day. Some riders will elect to ride home from the Ghost Bike Memorial while the rest will return silently to Camp Hill - more info Ross Willard 717-571-2008|
|Contact:||Ray Scheinfeld <--Send email|
|Notes:||2017 RIDE OF SILENCE|
The 2017 Ride of Silence is scheduled to take place Wednesday, May 17th at 6:45 P.M. The purposes of this silent ride are to honor cyclists killed/injured in motor vehicle related accidents and to raise awareness about the rights of cyclists to ride the roads. The ride is being held in Philadelphia for the twelth year in a row and in its 14th year since its inception. It is expected to be held this year at over 300 U.S. locations and in over 15 countries. Last year we had about 300 participants and this year we are hoping to attract at least 500 riders to the event.
The 8 mile long route will start (rain or shine) at the foot of the front steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum on the Ben Franklin Parkway. A brief pre-ride dedication ceremony will take place at 6:45 PM and the 10 mile per hour, family friendly ride will start promptly at 7:00 P.M. It will proceed down the Parkway, circle City Hall, continue to Independence Hall and head over to West Philly via the Walnut St. Bridge. The ride will return to the front of the Art Museum over the Spring Garden Street Bridge. The duration of the ride is expected to be 1 hour. Helmets are required and bicycle lights are encouraged. For more info, Contact the BCGP at email@example.com or the ride leaders: Ray Scheinfeld, firstname.lastname@example.org, 215-906-7604; John Siemiarowski, email@example.com 215-837-0101.
General information on the Ride of Silence can be found at www.rideofsilence.org