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Total confirmed 2022 rides: 231

NOTE: As more and more government authorities around the USA and world are prohibiting group ride events, please confirm with the ride organizer of any posted group ride that the ride details are accurate.

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Last map update: 17.May.2022 03:55:23.

Contact: Don Berk   <--Send email
Distance: 6 mi.
Notes: On behalf of the CBBC & Doylestown Borough, welcome to Bike-Friendly Dtown’s (BTW, that’s an official designation). Join us Wednesday, May 18, 6:45pm in the Teacher's Parking Lot at CBWest High School for our 15th annual RoS. After some remarks by local luminaries, we’ll be led by the Central Bucks Police on a flat family-friendly six-mile ride through our beautiful borough. Let’s make our roads a safe place for bikes and cars to co-exist. Helmets are required.
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Harrisburg/Camp Hill

Contact: Drew Brown   <--Send email
Distance: 8 mi.
Notes: The bulk of the riders will meet at 6:30 at the Camp Hill borough office 2145 Walnut St, Camp Hill, PA 17011.
Some riders will join the main group along the way or the capitol steps.
Ride begins in Camp Hill and stops at the state capitol steps in Harrisburg to lay flowers at the PA ghost bike memorial; each ghost bike representing a death of a cyclist in PA in 2021. Then we return to the start location, with some riders returning to their start point.
Route is mainly down Market St. to 2nd street in Harrisburg.
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Contact: Ray Scheinfeld   <--Send email
Distance: 7 mi.

The Ride of Silence is scheduled to take place Wednesday, May 18th 2022 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 18th year in a row and in its 20th year since its inception. It is expected to be held this year at over 300 U.S. locations and in over 11 countries. Last year we had about 250 participants and this year we are hoping to attract at least 400 riders to the event.

The 7 mile long route will start at the North side of the Philadelphia City Hall at the intersection of North Broad Street and JFK Blvd. A brief pre-ride dedication ceremony will take place at 6:45 PM and the 10 mile per hour ride will start promptly at 7:00 P.M. It will circle City Hall, continue to Independence Hall, through Center City, and head over to West Philly via the Walnut St. Bridge. The ride will then end in the front of the Philadelphia Art Museum for the traditional bike lift in silence. The duration of the ride is expected to be 1.0 hour. Helmets and appropriate COVID 19 prevention precaution measures are required and bicycle lights are encouraged. For more info, contact the BCGP at bike@bicyclecoalition.org .

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