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Total confirmed 2018 rides: 375

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Last map update: 24.Apr.2018 21:04:15.

Contact: J Steve Mayo   <--Send email
Distance: 15 mi.
Notes: More than 15,000 people who ride bikes are invited to this important ride-along in memory of those who cycled in life before us, paving the ways and roads with their powerful contributions to health and community. Seattle's ride will include a Names Ceremony at City Hall, where elected officials are invited to add their voice to the forward momentum. Exit your motor vehicle cube and greet your fellow travelers in the way every cyclist does on every ride. Get to know your neighbors and your community greenways, as we generate this celebration of cycling in Seattle.
* If not in Seattle, look for your local Ride of Silence. There will be rides all over the Pacific Northwest.
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Contact: Melissa Oppliger   <--Send email
Distance: 8-10 mi
Notes: 8-10 mi route, can be made shorter depending on variation of ride participants that show up for this event.

Please have high visibility garments, helmet, and rear lights for your bike. Familiarize yourself with hand signals for group rides.

Any questions please message or call the shop.
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Contact: Roger Schramm   <--Send email
Distance: 4 to 5 miles
Notes: Meet near the rotary fountain on Spokane Falls Blvd at 5:45 for a 6:00 start. Bring friends. No registration or fees required. Some may choose to stay and share stories and chat after the ride.
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Contact: Jim Thomas   <--Send email
Distance: 11 mi.
Notes: Starting point: Bike Clark County, 1604 Main street Vancouver, WA

Contact the organizer for more information.

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Contact: Ace Bollinger   <--Send email
Distance: 8-12 miles
Notes: The annual Ride of Silence will be held beginning at 7 p.m. May 16, 2018, at Pybus Public Market, 7 N. Worthen St., in Wenatchee. Prior to the ride, the ceremony Ed Farrar will remember family and friends who have been lost or injured while riding VeloWebsite80their bicycles.

Wenatchee Valley Velo Club is again the local organizer of this international event, now in its 16th year.

This free ride asks participants to move no faster than 10 mph and to remain silent during the procession — all as a way to honor those who have been killed or injured while cycling on public roadways, and to raise awareness that cyclists have a legal right to public roadways. Many motorists are not aware that bicyclists are legally required to ride in the streets and roads, and not on sidewalks.

In the United States, the ride is held during National Bike Safety Month.

This year’s Wenatchee event is expected to attract more than 100 cyclists, who will follow a ride leader on the route through the community and then back to Pybus Market, returning at approximately 7:45 p.m.

After the ride, cyclists are invited to share stories of remembrance at Wenatchee Valley Brewing.

This event is offered in partnership with Wenatchee Valley Velo, Wenatchee Valley Brewing, Arlberg Sports, and Biosports Physical Therapy.
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