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Total confirmed 2016 rides: 447

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Last map update: 05.Sep.2016 21:14:53.

Contact: Mark Spurlock   <--Send email
Distance: 10 mi.
Notes: The cycling club here in Abilene, Texas (Steamboat Cycle Club) will be sponsoring the first annual Ride of Silence on the May 18th date. We are working with the City of Abilene Metropolitan and Planning Organization since they were wanting to sponsor an event since May is National Bike Month. We are working the police dept for the permits and their assistance and support of this. Strava route link: http://www.strava.com/routes/4415898
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Contact: Timothy Ingalls   <--Send email
Distance: 8 miles
Notes: Meeting Location:
Margaret Wills Elementary, 3500 SW 11th, Amarillo
Start Time: 6:30 PM;
Trip Length: 8 miles

Helmets required.
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Contact: Bryce Hendrix   <--Send email
Distance: 12 miles
Notes: The ride will begin and end at the Pfluger Bridge and will follow Bike routes through the central city core.
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Contact: Kickstand Bike Shop Tom & Bhavani Simon   <--Send email
Distance: 10 miles
Notes: 6366 Phelan Blvd, Colonnade Shopping Center

Contact the organizer for more details.

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Contact: Fred Tamez   <--Send email
Distance: 8 to 10 Miles
Notes: The event will take place from JT Cycling in Brownsville Texas. We will have a presentation at 6:30 pm and the Ride will begin at 7:00 pm. We will be escorted by Brownsville Police Department for a 8 to 10 Mile Route.
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Contact: David Stonecipher   <--Send email
Distance: 11
Notes: Start and finish at Coppell High School, 185 W Parkway, Coppell Tx
11 miles at 12 mph. Helmets required
Be ready to ride at 6:45pm for announcements. Ride start at 7:00 pm

We ride in recognition of Coppell residents killed by motorists, Greg Dean July 2007 and Wade Livingston Jan 2016, and all our friends and neighbors injured by motorists on Coppell streets.
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Corpus Christi

Contact: R T Foster   <--Send email
Distance: 10 mi.
Notes: In memory of Don Kloster, who introduced me to Texas Senior Games many years ago. Killed in accident. Miss friend and race buddy.
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Contact: Bev Whittet   <--Send email
Distance: 8 - 12 miles
Notes: Join us for a paved route along the Skyline trail or a gravel route along the Trinity River Levees. Meet at the west entrance to the Continental Avenue Pedestrian Bridge/West Dallas Gateway. For GPS purposes use 1001 Continental Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75207.
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Contact: Chris Phelan   <--Send email
Distance: 9 mi.
Notes: West side of White Rock Lake at the Branchfield parking lot.
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Contact: Tim McCurry   <--Send email
Notes: This will be UNT/Denton's 4th annual Ride of Silence! We have had increasing participation since our inaugural ride and we are looking to make this year even better.
Now that the new UNT Union is open, we will plan to meet in front of it on the east side.
This free ride is open to everyone!
Once again, the UNT Triathlon will be organizing this special event and we look forward to seeing you there!
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El Paso

Contact: Melissa Lugo   <--Send email
Distance: 7
Notes: On May 18, 2016 at 7:00 PM, the Ride of Silence will traverse and unite the globe as nothing before it. 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 asks its cyclists to ride no faster than 12 mph, wear helmets, follow the rules of the road and remain silent during the ride. 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.

We will depart from Album Park and ride to the Ghost Bike on George Dieter placed in memory of Heinz Duerkop (approximately 3.5 miles)

For more information visit the event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1659950897589347/
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Fort Worth

Contact: Christina Sebastian   <--Send email
Notes: Departing from Trinity Park at 7pm. Find updates here: www.facebook.com/events/218334918535874
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Contact: Joel Hoback   <--Send email
Distance: 8 miles
Notes: Hosted by Shawnee Trail Cycling Club.We’ll gather at CTE Center on the SW corner of Wade and Ohio, (our normal Wed Night Special start point and time 6:30pm), but on that night, we’ll take a few moments to reflect, have a couple of special guests and someone will recite the Ride of Silence Poem. Visit www.stcycling.com for more details of the ride.
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Contact: Mary Blitzer   <--Send email
Notes: Contact the organizer for details.
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Contact: Sonia Cadena   <--Send email
Distance: 8 miles
Notes: Join us for Laredo's inaugural Ride of Silence. We will begin and end at the Laredo ISD PAC (Civic Center Grounds) - 2400 San Bernardo Ave. Part of the route will take riders onto the midpoint of International Bridge No. 1 where there will be a brief ceremony / shaking of hands with cyclists from Nuevo Laredo, MEX making this a bi-national ride. We are working directly with the City of Laredo, Police & Fire Departments along with Border Patrol and US Customs & Border Protection.

Pre-ride registration / waiver signing to start at 5:00 pm.

Councilman Roberto Balli is leading the event and there will be activities for children including a Bike Rodeo and safety demonstrations.

Helmets must be worn on the ride and the minimum age for participating in the ride itself is 16.
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Contact: Jill Booker   <--Send email
Distance: 11 miles
Notes: The ride starts at 19th & TTU Parkway at the parking lot just east of the TTU Credit Union. It will be an 11 mile out and back down Indiana Ave. to 98th St. Please arrive by 6:30. There will be a brief ceremony prior to the ride start. Wheels roll promptly at 7 PM. We will have a police escort to block intersections.
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Contact: Laura Alvarez   <--Send email
Distance: 12 mi.
Notes: Starting location: The Monitor Newspaper, 1400 East Nolana, McAllen, TX 78504 | (956) 683-4000

Pre-ride registration and waiver signing starts at 5:00 p.m.

12 Mile route, escorted by Texas Department of Public Safety, McAllen Police, McAllen PUB Motorcycle Club and Hidalgo County Constables

Mayor James Darling, City Commissioner Veronica Vela Whitacre, Fire Chief Ralph Balderas and Police Chief of Police, Victor Rodriguez are slated to speak as well as a survivor of a recent bicycle/auto accident.

The Run, Ride and Share Campaign was formed in April 2014. A Safety Awareness Committee was established to educate and raise awareness to all who share the road (cyclists, motorists, pedestrians and runners). In 2014, McAllen and surrounding cities were impacted by four tragic deaths involving cyclists which spurred community leaders to act. A group of runners, cyclists and motorists joined forces to educate everyone on the importance of sharing the road in the Rio Grande Valley. (See Run Ride & Share on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RunRideShare/)

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Contact: John Floyd   <--Send email
Distance: 12 miles
Notes: What: The Ride of Silence 61668;, Permian Basin version

When: Wednesday, May 18th, 2016, Ride will start @ 7:00 p.m.

Where: CEED Building on the Southeast corner of the intersection at Highway 191 and FM 1788

Why: To honor and remember the cyclists killed in the Permian Basin

• To educate bicyclists and motorists alike of our shared responsibilities when we share the road

How: The ride will begin and end at the CEED Building. The ride route will take us past the “Ghost Bikes” which have been erected to honor the cyclists we have lost.


This will be the 11th year that the Ride of Silence takes place in the Permian Basin. Please arrive by 6:45 so that we have enough time to distribute arm bands, ensure that our bikes are mechanically sound, get everyone lined up, etc. This will allow a prompt 7:00 ride off.

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Contact: Suzanne Magee   <--Send email
Distance: 8 miles
Notes: 450 Butler road. Contact the organizer for details.
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Contact: Hale on Wheels Cycling Club (HOW)   <--Send email
Distance: 9.25 miles
Notes: The 4th annual Plainview Ride of Silence is sponsored by the Hale on Wheels Cycling Club.

Starts and Ends at Broadway Brew, (The Brew) located at 108 E. 7th St

6:45 pm – Reading of Ride of Silence Poem and List of Falling Riders

7:00 pm – Start of Ride

Route: https://www.howcycling.org/wp-content/uploads/2016-Ride-of-Silence.pdf
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Contact: Lora Stickney   <--Send email
Distance: 12 miles
Notes: Contact the organizer for details.
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San Antonio

Contact: Rick Cantara   <--Send email
Distance: 6-8
Notes: The Ride of Silence will take place in San Antonio on Wednesday, May 18th. We ask that you arrive by 6:45 PM and will roll out at 7:00 PM. The ride will start and end under McAllister Freeway at the Pearl Brewery complex. We will meet in the parking area adjacent to Bike World at 300 E Grayson.

The ride will pass a number of local landmarks including The Alamo.

We ask that riders:

1. Wear bicycle helmets during the ride,
2. Ride only two-abreast or single file depending upon traffic conditions--we are expected to follow all relevant traffic laws at all times,
3. Maintain a safe, processional speed. We attempt to keep our speed at or below 12mph for the duration of the ride.
4. Sign in and sign a waiver before participating.

Questions are answered and ride updates are posted to www.facebook.com/RideofSilenceSA.
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Contact: Brittany Derebery   <--Send email
Distance: 12 -15 miles
Notes: The Ride will leave from Austin College located at 900 N Grand Ave, Sherman, Texas. Park in lots at corner of Grand Ave and Brockett. Ride will begin in Zauk Circle.

Helmets are required.

Campus map: http://www.austincollege.edu/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/CampusMap.pdf

The Sherman Police Department will support our RoS with a police escort. Please be sure to Thank the SPD!
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Contact: Leanne Chappell   <--Send email
Distance: 2 miles
Notes: Temple Daily Telegram ran a story in Sunday's Paper written by Annette Nevins. They will be covering the event this evening. Dr. Tom and Cheryl Warren are the event organizers. We believe this will be the 6th year.
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