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Sunday, 4/21. COLUMBUS RUSA ROULEUR SERIES 100K Columbus. A ~100k (67-mile) unsupported ride over designated route with specified checkpoints and a 7-hour time limit. This ride is the start of a RUSA Rouleur series, a sequence of rides that can be thought of as a “club ride to 200k” program. Join in and experience friendly camaraderie and self-sufficient endurance challenge that is randonneuring. Membership in RUSA and prior registration required. Entry Deadline: April 19. Rides are rain or shine with requirements of reflective and lighting gear in low light conditions. Ohio Randonneurs. Joshua Haley: (813) 850-9237.OhioRandonneurs.org

Saturday, 4/27. 10th CHILI SPRING METRIC IN MEMORY OFJOHN CLAY Lakewood. A new date and new routes but thesame great ride. Same great chili. Routes are entirely within theEmerald Necklace Metroparks covering 13/29/61 flat to rollingmiles. The 13-miler considered “family friendly”. Post-ride celebration at Immigrant Son Brewery, Lakewood. More informationand entry online. Lake Erie Wheelers. (216) 789-0196. LakeErieWheelers.org

Saturday, 4/27. SPRINGFIELD – TROY 300K. Springfield. A300K (186-mile) unsupported ride over designated route with specified checkpoints and a 20-hour time limit. Join in and experience friendly camaraderie and self-sufficient endurance challenge that is randonneuring. Membership in RUSA and prior regstration required. Entry Deadline: April 25. Rides are rain or shine with requirements for reflective and lighting gear in low light conditions. Ohio Randonneurs. Joshua Haley: (813) 850-9237. OhioRandonneurs.org

Saturday, 5/4. 10th GEOLOGY RIDE. Madison County. A free stop and go educational ride led by a retired two-tired geologist with visits to interesting geological sites along the trail or nearby on intersecting roads. Route is about 15 flat to rolling miles. Rider Limit: 20. New starting point annually. Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails. PO Box 308; London, OH 43140. (614) 205-6754. FMCPT.com

 

Saturday, 5/4. 2nd BRAKE THE CYCLE OF HOMELESSNESS CYCLING TOUR. Findlay. “Brake” free and join a fun and exciting fundraising event supporting the City Mission. Routes will carry riders through small scenic towns and to stops along the way – something for beginners and veteran cyclists alike. RideGPS mapping. Police escort out of town! A Star Wars costume contest will be included (“May the fourth be with you”?). Findlay Mission. sharonwise@findlaymission.org

 

Sunday, 5/5. 28th SICCO: SPRING IN COLUMBINE COUNTY OHIO. Columbiana. A cyclist favorite for welcoming the spring riding season, the main route is a flat to rolling 35-mile trek through small towns and beautiful countryside, including the Little Beaver Creek Greenway Trail. A snack stop at the rail station in historic downtown Lisbon is featured. Pizza Hut lunch at the finish. After refueling, perhaps an optional rolling to hilly 28-mile loop for a day's total of 63 miles? Hum? The Outspokin' Wheelmen. Dave Hughes; PO Box 1600; Youngstown, OH 44501. (330) 692-2468. OutspokinWheelmen.com

 

Saturday, 5/11. 2nd SPRING FLOWER RIDE. London. This free educational ride stops at predetermined native wildflower sites along the Prairie Grass Trail where a guide will explain native plants found there. Covers about 20 flat to rolling miles. Madison Soil and Water Conservation District. Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails. PO Box 308; London, OH 43140. (614) 205-6754. FMCPT.com

 

Saturday, 5/11. COLUMBUS RUSA ROULEUR SERIES 125K. Columbus. A ~125k (77-mile) unsupported ride over designated route with specified checkpoints and a time limit. This ride is part of a RUSA Rouleur series, a sequence of rides that can be thought of as a “club ride to 200k” program. Experience the camaraderie and self-sufficient endurance challenge that is randonneuring. Membership in RUSA and prior registration required. Entry Deadline: May 9. Rides are rain or shine with requirements of reflective and lighting gear in low light conditions. Ohio Randonneurs. Joshua Haley: (813) 850-9237. OhioRandonneurs.org

 

Saturday – Saturday, 5/11 – 5/18. 3rd OETA: OHIO ERIE TRAIL ADVENTURE. Cincinnati. A boutique tour of Ohio’s premiere destination route covering 326 miles on the Ohio to Erie Trail from Cincinnati through Columbus to Cleveland, 45 to 60 miles per day. Travel with guides that played a significant role in developing the trail over the last 20 years. Experience great riding with minimal gear and the added luxury of staying in hotels each night. This trip makes an excellent choice for cyclists new to multi-day touring or for those wishing to enjoy more time out of the saddle during their vacation. Rider Limit: 45. Entry Deadline: May 5. Columbus Outdoor Pursuits. 1193 S. Front St.; Columbus, OH 43206. (614) 442-7901. outdoor-pursuits.org

 

Friday, 5/17. BIKE TO WORK DAY. Cleveland. Leave the car at home and ride your bike to work! All are encouraged to ride to work as often as they can but on special dates, May through September, cyclists will be welcomed at area locations with free fresh coffee and bagels during their commutes. Meet up with other riders, share stories, revel in the feeling of accomplishment that comes with getting to work under your own power! Bike Cleveland. Jason Kuhn; 3000 Bridge Ave. Ste. 1; Cleveland, OH 44113. (216) 298-1938. BikeCleveland.org/events

 

Saturday, 5/18. MACEDONIA-MEADVILLE-SANDY LAKE 400K. Macedonia. A 400k (250mile) unsupported ride over designated route with specified checkpoints and a 27-hour time limit. Come join and experience friendly camaraderie and self-sufficient endurance challenge that is randonneuring. Membership in RUSA and prior registration required. Entry Deadline: May 16. Rides are rain or shine with requirements for reflective and lighting gear in low light conditions. Ohio Randonneurs. Joshua Haley: (813) 850-9237. OhioRandonneurs.org

 

Saturday, 5/18. 52nd WOODSTOCK. Westerville. Traditional first of Outdoor Pursuits Cycling Series and training ride to prepare for your season. Relatively flat roads and light traffic to the north and east of Columbus. Options of 35/65/100 miles available. Marked roads with maps and limited-to-full support. Check website for latest support offerings (e.g. food stop) and on-line registration. Columbus Outdoor Pursuits. 1193 S. Front St.; Columbus, OH 43206. (614) 442-7901. outdoor-pursuits.org

 

Saturday, 5/18. CANALWAY BICYCLE POKER RIDE. Massillon. Riding either 16 or 21 flat miles on the Towpath Trail, cyclists will stop to draw playing cards at five checkpoints to form a poker hand. Top 10 hands win prizes, as well as those who draw a joker! Riders begin this family-friendly event by registering on-site the day of the event, rain or shine. All ages welcome. Proceeds benefit local trail projects. Massillon Area Greenways, Inc. Debbie Lehman; Ernie's Bike Shop; 135 Lake Ave. NW, Massillon, OH 44647. (330) 832-2771. ErniesBikeShop.com/events

 

Sunday, 5/19. RED EAGLE GRAVEL GRINDER. Geneva. Visit beautiful Ashtabula County to ride the quiet back roads. The event offers three great courses: 12/22/43 flat miles. Roads travel offer a mixture of gravel, chip seal, dirt and asphalt. One mass start for all; rides will be timed and results will be published but it is not a race... shred some gravel with your friends! Riders will receive a bowl of chili and a beverage of their choice (think beer!). Rider Limit: 500. The Red Eagle benefits the Steven G. Cancer Foundation which supports young adults and adolescent teens and their families as they journey through a cancer diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. Tim Furey; 19605 Beach Cliff Blvd.; Rocky River, OH 44116. RedEagleGravel@gmail.com

 

Sunday, 5/19. 49th HUFFMAN SPRING CLASSIC. Brookville. Celebrate the arrival of spring on this annual event with routes of 32/50/65/100 flat to rolling miles. Featured are quiet, low-traffic roads, as well as a few miles on the scenic paved Wolf Creek Trail. Marked roads, printed maps, GPS routing, snack stops at 15- to 18-mile intervals, delicious lunch, and sag service are included. Early entry discount. Join the club and get a discount and club benefits. Dayton Cycling Club. Bob Hartman; 289 Wampler Ave.; Dayton, OH 45405. DaytonCyclingClub.org

 

Friday, 5/24. NIGHT RIDES ON THE TOWPATH. Massillon. A free monthly night ride! Starting from the Lake Avenue Trailhead, cyclists head out on the Sippo or Towpath trails to enjoy the evening and see those familiar paths in a whole new light (or lack thereof). A 14- to 18-mile beginner-friendly ride over flat terrain, with an escort at the front and rear of the group. Helmet Required. Bicycle Headlight and Taillight Required. Times vary according to sunset. Rental bikes are available with advance reservation. A family-friendly event. Ernie's Bicycle Shops. Debbie Lehman; 135 Lake Ave. NW; Massillon, OH 44647. (330) 832- 2771. ErniesBikeShop.com/events

 

Saturday, 5/25. 35th JJJ: JERRY'S JEROMESVILLE JOURNEY. Oberlin. A free, 100-mile tour with 5-mile cutoff, travels rolling and hilly portions of southern Lorain, and northern Ashland Counties. Named for the ride's founder, Jerry Warnke. Lorain County Bicycle Club. PO Box 102; Amherst, OH 44001-0102. LorainCountyBicycleClub.org

 

Saturday, 5/25. OHIO HONOR RIDE. New Albany. Help a Veteran and First Responder - Save a Life! Help support vital programs that support America's healing heroes on this pledges-optional fundraiser. All cycling levels! Three fully-supported routes, flat to rolling 11/37/68 miles. Lunch provided. Wounded vets/first responders ride for free. WeAreProjectHero.org. Hannah Smith; 3288 Adams Ave. Ste. 16527; San Diego, CA 92176. (619) 738- 2210. info@weareprojecthero.org

 

Sunday, 5/26. COLUMBUS RUSA ROULEUR SERIES 150K. Columbus. A ~150k (93-mile) unsupported ride over designated route with specified checkpoints and a time limit. This ride is part of a RUSA Rouleur series, a sequence of rides that can be thought of as a “club ride to 200k” program. Come join and experience friendly camaraderie and self-sufficient endurance challenge that is randonneuring. Membership in RUSA and prior registration required. Entry Deadline: May 24. Rides are rain or shine with requirements of reflective and lighting gear in low light conditions. Ohio Randonneurs. Joshua Haley: (813) 850-9237. OhioRandonneurs.org

 

Sunday, 5/26. 56th SPOT. Canal Winchester. Traditional second of Outdoor Pursuits Cycling Series and training rides offers relatively flat roads with some rolling hills to the southeast of Columbus with routes of 35/62/100 miles. Marked roads with maps and limited-to-full support. Check website for latest support offerings (e.g. food stop) and on-line registration. Columbus Outdoor Pursuits. 1193 S. Front St.; Columbus, OH 43206. (614) 442-7901. outdoor-pursuits.org

 

Sunday, 5/26. 17th WHEELING HERITAGE TRAIL BICYCLE TOUR. Wheeling W.Va. Routes of 10/30/62 miles are offered. Leaving Heritage Port, follow the trail for a gently rolling ride along the Ohio River. For a more challenging experience, ride the 62-miler and leave the trail for a hilly ride through Bethany and West Liberty, West Virginia. Refreshment stops will keep riders hydrated: three on the 100K (62-mile) ride, and two on the 30-mile ride. Helmet Required. Proceeds benefit maintenance and expansion of the trail. Ohio Valley Trail Partners. c/o Quick Service Bike Shop; 701 N. Lincoln Ave.; Bridgeport, OH 43912. (740) 635-3700. OhioValleyTrailPartners.com June

 

Saturday, 6/1. BIKE THE CBUS. Columbus. Columbus Ohio's original city-wide ride since 2008, this is a bicycle tour, for all ages and abilities. The route will be approximately 30 flat miles with a shortcut for a 10-mile option. This one-day bicycle tour takes riders through various neighborhoods, past historical sites and along beautiful waterways in and around Columbus, Ohio. Land-Grant Brewing Company is the new starting and ending location. There will be a post-ride party with a wide range of activities, including vendor stalls, food trucks, and entertainment. Yay Bikes; 921 N. High St.; Columbus, OH 43201. (614) 470-4220. YayBikes.com/bike-thecbus

 

Saturday, 6/1. 39th HOT TAMALE BICYCLE TOUR. Waldo. Enjoy delicious homemade cookies and fresh strawberries at friendly rest stops on this full-service tour. Routes of 9/18/32/64 flat and beautiful miles cater to cyclists of all abilities. The shorter routes make an excellent introduction to bicycle touring. Early-entry discount offered. Heart of Ohio Tailwinds. Janine Williams; 1166 Bellefontaine Ave.; Marion, OH 43302. (740) 382-9952. hottamale.org

 

Saturday, 6/1. CCC HONOR RIDE. Batavia. Enjoy the beauty and challenge of riding in rural eastern Clermont County. See why many cyclists love riding this area: beautiful farms, quaint towns, covered bridges, and very little traffic. Routes of 52 and 66 flat to rolling miles are offered. This pledges-optional fundraiser is intended to fully fund veterans' flights on Honor Flight Tri-State. Donations also accepted. Enjoy beautiful low-traffic roads while supporting our veterans. Featuring fully-stocked rest stops, on-route sag vehicles, route markings and GPS downloads. Cincinnati Cycle Club. Attn: Brian Perkins; PO Box 9; Maineville, OH 445039. (513) 289-0994. www.bikereg. com/ccc-honor-ride

 

Saturday, 6/8. 21st LONDON STRAWBERRY BICYCLE TOUR. London. Route options of 21/44/62/100 flat to rolling miles are offered, traveling winding scenic rural Madison, Clark, Fayette, and Greene Counties. The shortest route stays on the Prairie Grass Trail while longer routes venture to Jeffersonville, Cedarville, and South Charleston. Roads will be marked, GPX and paper maps available. Food and drinks provided. Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails. PO Box 308; London, OH 43140. (614) 205-6754. FMCPT.com

 

Saturday, 6/8. MACEDONIAMEADVILLE-SALEM 600K. Macedonia. A 600k (375mile) unsupported ride over designated route with specified checkpoints and a 40-hour time limit. This event will return to the start hotel about 400k into the ride. Experience friendly camaraderie and self-sufficient endurance challenge that is randonneuring. Membership in RUSA and prior registration required. Entry Deadline: June 6. Rides are rain or shine with requirements for reflective and lighting gear in low light conditions. Ride registration will require prior proof of a 400k Brevet completion or organizer permission. Ohio Randonneurs. Joshua Haley: (813) 850-9237. OhioRandonneurs.org

 

Sunday, 6/9. 47th SUNDAY IN JUNE. Burton. Join hundreds of fellow cyclists for a thrilling spin through the heart of Northeast Ohio's Amish countryside. Organized by cyclists, for cyclists! Choose from among routes of 25/40/65/100 rolling to hilly miles traveling the rural roads of scenic Geauga County. A classic full-service tour, the event includes hot lunch, rest stops, marked routes, and sag services. Entry Deadline: June 7. Cleveland Touring Club. Bob Willis: (216) 464-3336. SundayInJune.com

 

Saturday, 6/15. 4th PORTSMOUTH CONNEX WILD RIDE. Portsmouth. Cyclists begin in Shawnee State Park and roll in and around Ohio’s largest and hilliest state forest, Shawnee State Forest, covering 9 to 100 hilly to very hilly miles. The ride offers five paved and two gravel routes, roving sag wagons, and aid stations. Registration and finish line festivities include a warm Southern Ohio welcome, music, and official finish line arch. Although not a race, there are three optional competitive segments that will award prizes to top riders. Participants may pre-order a commemorative jersey with registration by May 15. Entry includes a tee shirt, pub glass, access to professional photos, and an edible medal. A drink voucher from the historic Portsmouth Brewing Company, the oldest brewery in Ohio, is included. Portsmouth Connex; PO Box 74; Portsmouth, OH 45662. (740) 352-2582. Portsmouth.connexmoves.org

 

Saturday, 6/15. COLUMBUS RUSA ROULEUR SERIES 200K. Columbus. A ~200k (124-mile) unsupported ride over designated route with specified checkpoints and a 13.5-hour time limit. A part of a RUSA Rouleur series, a sequence of rides that can be thought of as a “club ride to 200k” program. Experience the camaraderie and self-sufficient endurance challenge that is randonneuring! Membership in RUSA and prior registration required. Entry Deadline: June 13. Rides are rain or shine with requirements of reflective and lighting gear in low light conditions. Ohio Randonneurs. Joshua Haley: (813) 850-9237. OhioRandonneurs.org

 

Saturday, 6/15. 11th BOB STOMEL MEMORIAL RIDE. Springboro. Honoring longtime bicycle industry leader and advocate Bob Stomel, this free ride begins and ends at North Park, exploring 15 miles of the city's rolling streets and trails. Visit with local bicycle shops, advocacy groups, and more. Entry Deadline: June 6. Springboro Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee. Dan Boron; City of Springboro; 320 W. Central Ave.; Springboro, OH 45066. (937) 748-6183. BikingInTheBoro.com

 

Saturday, 6/15. BUCKEYE BRIDGE RIDE. Eaton. Tour the covered wooden bridges of Preble County on a fully supported route of 10/39/51 flat to hilly miles. Routes are marked and almost entirely rural township roads. Rest stops staffed by 4-H Clubs and stocked with goodies prepared by them. This year's event joins with the beginning of GOBA. Come and join fellow riders and make some new friends! Preble County Friends of 4-H. Curt Caplinger; 3485 Eaton Gettysburg Rd.; Eaton, OH 45320. (937) 533-7763. BuckeyeBridgeRide.org

 

Saturday – Saturday, 6/15 – 6/22. 35th GOBA: GREAT OHIO BICYCLE ADVENTURE. Eaton. Enjoy GOBA’s “Quest for Doughnuts” ride in Southwestern Ohio. The event will have four transfer (required) days of riding and three optional days on loops stretching into Indiana! Join up to 1,500 fun-loving cyclists with overnight tent camping stays in Eaton, Oxford, Hamilton, and Arcanum. Casual familyfriendly tour on mostly flat routes that will visit covered bridges, historic sites, local museums, lively downtowns, and more. Sightseeing and optional ride opportunities. Ride about 50 flat miles per day or use new 35-mile shortcuts. Trucks move gear between towns. Entry Deadline: June 9. Rider Limit: 1,500. Columbus Outdoor Pursuits. 1193 S. Front St.; Columbus, OH 43206. (614) 442-7901. outdoor-pursuits.org

 

Saturday, 6/22. 4th LICKING VALLEY CENTURY. Alexandria, Ky. Enjoy the beauty and challenge of riding the ridge tops and valleys of Northern Kentucky. See why many cyclists call this area “God’s Country”. Admire beautiful valleys and amazing vistas while pedaling along roads with very little traffic along rolling routes of 41/65/102 miles. A long list of features includes: beautiful low-traffic roads, routes for everyone, fresh baked goodies from Millstone Cafe, Cold Kona Ice Treats, Great scenery for pictures, hot post-ride meal, live music at the start/finish, stuffed rider packets, KOM/QOM challenge, beer for purchase at finish line, winery rest stop at 12-Mile Creek, Infinit Nutrition drink at all rest stops. Rider Limit: 800. Cincinnati Cycle Club. Attn: Abby Otillio; PO Box 9; Maineville, OH 45039. (206) 660-3089. LickingValleyCentury.com

 

Saturday, 6/22. CONGRESSMAN RALPH REGULA MEMORIAL RIDE. Canal Fulton. Enjoy a day of outdoor fun and ride your way through Summit and Stark Counties along the Ohio & Erie Canal. Ride the Towpath Trail on a round trip of 8/16/32 flat miles. Honoring the legacy of Rep. Ralph Regula whose vision led to the development of the Ohio & Erie National Heritage Area and the Towpath Trail. Boxed lunch for each rider. Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition. Lauren Anderson; 47 W. Exchange St.; Akron, OH 44308. (330) 374-5657. www.OhioErieCanal.org/events

 

Saturday, 6/22. RIDE TO REMEMBER ALZ. Berea. Take “Longest Day” ride to fight the darkness of Alzheimer's Disease. This free ride with optional pledges encouraged, starts and finishes at Wallace Lake in Berea. Follow the parkway or paved path out and back thru the scenic Cleveland Metroparks as we remember. Route options of 6/12/15/20/30 flat miles with one hill on 20/30 mile routes. Lunch provided. Register online. All donations go directly to Alzheimer's research. Team Sunshine. PO Box 360468; Strongsville, OH 44136. http://act.alz.org/goto/ 24Ride2Remember

 

Sunday, 6/23. NORTHEAST OHIO RUSA ROULEUR SERIES 100K. Hudson. A ~100k (67-mile) unsupported ride over designated route with specified checkpoints and a 7-hour time limit. This ride is the start of a RUSA Rouleur series, a sequence of rides that can be thought of as a “club ride to 200k” program. Join and experience friendly camaraderie and selfsufficient endurance challenge that is randonneuring. Membership in RUSA and prior registration required. Entry Deadline: June 21. Rides are rain or shine with requirements of reflective and lighting gear in low light conditions. Ohio Randonneurs. Joshua Haley: (813) 850-9237. OhioRandonneurs.org

 

Sunday, 6/23. 47th PORTAGE RIVER TOUR. Elmore. Follow the meanderings of the Portage River as it flows toward Lake Erie in Northwest Ohio. A 10-mile route is mostly on paved trail for family-friendliness; routes of 31/62/100 flat miles venture farther afield. Lunch for all riders at the Portage River Festival. Online registration available. Day-of entry costs more. Maumee Valley Adventurers. PO Box 352736; Toledo, OH 43635-2736. (419) 482-8225. MVAdventurers.org

 

Wednesday, 6/26. BIKE TO WORK DAY. Cleveland. Leave the car at home and ride your bike to work! All are encouraged to ride to work as often as they can but on special dates, May through September, cyclists will be welcomed at area locations with free fresh coffee and bagels during their commutes. Meet up with other riders, share stories, revel in the feeling of accomplishment that comes with getting to work under your own power! Bike Cleveland. Jason Kuhn; 3000 Bridge Ave. Ste. 1; Cleveland, OH 44113. (216) 298-1938. BikeCleveland.org/events

 

Saturday, 6/29. TREE CITY ROLLING TOUR & CENTURY. Greensburg, Ind. Routes cover terrain ranging from flat to very hilly on 16/34/67/100 miles of lightlytraveled, scenic country roads. Returning this year is the optional Hill Top (“Hell Top”) 4-mile climb (277-foot climb up to 13% grade). All routes except for the 16- miler travel around beautiful Lake Santee, where riders find watermelon, and all kinds of fresh fruit and other goodies. All rest stops are well stocked with refreshments and most have restrooms. All routes have sag support. Return to a full lunch, live band, and if a cold brew suits, the TAAP is open at noon across from the band. All proceeds go to the YMCA's Annual Campaign. Online entry available. Decatur County Family YMCA. Attn: Deena Hamer; 1 YMCA Way; Greensburg, IN 47240. (812) 663-9622. TreeCityRollingTour.org

 

Saturday, 6/29. 50th MOC: MID OHIO CENTURY. Delaware. Traditional third of Outdoor Pursuits Cycling Series and training rides. Ride offerings of 35/62/100 miles of relatively flat riding with a beautiful route along the Scioto River and around Marion. Marked roads with maps and limited-to-full support. Check website for latest support offerings (e.g. food stop) and on-line registration. Columbus Outdoor Pursuits. 1193 S. Front St.; Columbus, OH 43206. (614) 442-7901. outdoorpursuits.org

 

Saturday, 6/29. NIGHT RIDES ON THE TOWPATH – CANAL FULTON FIREWORKS RIDE. Massillon. A free monthly night ride! Starting from the Lake Avenue Trailhead, cyclists head out on the Sippo or Towpath trails to enjoy the evening and see those familiar paths in a whole new light (or lack thereof). A 14- to 18-mile beginner-friendly ride over flat terrain, with an escort at the front and rear of the group. Helmet Required. Bicycle Headlight and Taillight Required. Times vary according to sunset. Rental bikes are available with advance reservation. A family-friendly event. Ernie's Bicycle Shops. Debbie Lehman; 135 Lake Ave. NW; Massillon, OH 44647. (330) 832-2771. ErniesBikeShop.com/events 

 

Thursday, 7/4. 29th VANDALIA FREEDOM BIKE TOUR. Vandalia. Ride through picturesque areas of the northern Miami Valley along beautiful, wellmaintained country roads covering 12/31/62 flat to rolling miles. Celebrate our nation's independence and enjoy the day with great routes, lunch, support, surprises, all aided by great volunteers, promising a memorable experience. Vandalia Butler Optimist Club. Steven Reed, Coordinator; 8600 N. Main Street Ste. A; Dayton, OH 45415. (937) 414- 7602. www.VandaliaFreedomTour.com

 

Saturday, 7/6. 21st ROXIE MEMORIAL RIDE FOR JDRF. Goshen. Sponsored the Wiedemann Brewery, this is a free ride but donations will be accepted for JDRF’s Ride to Cure Diabetes. All proceeds will be divided among the JDRF riders participating in the event. The routes of 25/30/35/50/67 flat miles will travel marked low-traffic country roads, with maps available. Upon return, refreshments will be provided riders courtesy of tour sponsors: PayOptions LLC, Midwest CPA LLC and Wiedemann Beer. There will also be side dishes and drinks available. Please pre-register online for the ride. Link is on the Cincinnati Cycle Club home page. Cincinnati Cycle Club. Attn: Kevin Armstrong; PO Box 9; Maineville, OH 45039. (513) 520-0055. CincinnatiCycleClub.org

 

Saturday, 7/6. 42nd TOOH: TOP OF OHIO. Hilliard & Milford Center. The fourth of Outdoor Pursuits Cycling Series. Traditionally the final training before spring TOSRV and a great early season test to ride to the highest point in Ohio! Multiple start points offer either mostly flat or rolling terrain – 25 to 100 miles, with some hills on the longer routes. Marked roads with maps and limited-to-full support. Check website for latest support offerings (e.g. food stop) and on-line entry. Columbus Outdoor Pursuits. 1193 S. Front St.; Columbus, OH 43206. (614) 442-7901. outdoor-pursuits.org

 

Saturday, 7/6. 13th DUNCAN'S RUN BICYCLE PATCH RIDE. Harlem Township. Pedal back in time along the rural roads and rippling waterways in quiet corners of Delaware, Licking, and Knox counties. Choose from among routes of 30/60/90 flat to hilly miles with a few steep climbs on the longest route. A full-service tour with frequent rest stops, a hearty lunch, and a unique souvenir patch. Online registration available. Harlem Township Heritage, Inc. Attn: Dave Snyder; 3883 S. State Route 605; Galena, OH 43021-9650. (614) 323-2431. HarlemTwpHeritage.org

 

Sunday, 7/7. NORTHEAST OHIO RUSA ROULEUR SERIES 125K. Peninsula. A ~125k (77-mile) unsupported ride over designated route with specified checkpoints and a time limit. Part of a RUSA Rouleur series, a sequence of rides that can be thought of as a “club ride to 200k” program. Join and experience friendly camaraderie and self-sufficient endurance challenge that is randonneuring. Membership in RUSA and prior registration required. Entry deadline: July 5. Rides are rain or shine with requirements of reflective and lighting gear in low light conditions. Ohio Randonneurs. Joshua Haley: (813) 850-9237. OhioRandonneurs.org

 

Saturday, 7/13. 12th LINDY FLYER. Shelby. Named for one of the Shelby Cycle Company’s most popular models, this free tour offers four loop rides through the historical community and surrounding farmlands. Routes of 12/18/27/28 flat to hilly miles are offered – ride any or all loops for choice of terrain and mileage. Part of a three-day town festival. A large collection of Shelby Cycles will be on display in downtown storefronts. Snacks and drinks provided. Free, with donations requested. Shelby Bicycle Days Festival. Attn: Kevin John; 21 Cold Draw Ct.; Shelby, OH 44875. (567) 303-9007. kevinpjohn62@gmail.com https://www.shelbycic.com/bikedays

 

Saturday, 7/13. 46th ONE HELLUVA RIDE. Chelsea, Mich. Choose from among four paved road rides of 22/44//63 and 101 rolling miles, or three gravel routes of 22 to 63 miles that wind through rural and recreation areas. This popular tour's routes will be marked and maps provided. Lunch, entertainment, quality custom merchandise, friendly volunteers, and traditional ice-cold watermelon all present to be enjoyed. Sag support and mechanics available. Online entry available. Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society. PO Box 1585; Ann Arbor, MI 48106. (734) 719-0101. AABTS.org/ohr

 

Saturday, 7/13. 19th PRAIRIE APPRECIATION RIDE. London. This free educational ride covers about 20 flat to rolling miles, stops at predetermined native wildflower sites along the Prairie Grass Trail. A guide will explain native plants encountered. Madison Soil and Water Conservation District. Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails. PO Box 308; London, OH 43140. (614) 205-6754. FMCPT.com

 

Saturday, 7/13. DOG DAYS WINE TOUR. Oberlin. Join fellow cycling enthusiasts on routes of 28/50/62 miles over gently rolling terrain, covering the scenic back roads of Lorain County. Explore two or more wineries which also serve as rest stops providing energy snacks, drinks, and the option to purchase wine. Purchased bottles are transported to the start/finish for buyers. After the ride, enjoy an included hot meal at a sports complex facility. Online entry available. Rider Limit: 500. Entry Deadline: July 9. Silver Wheels Cycling Club. Jose Morell: (440) 308-9373. DogDaysWineTour.com

 

Sunday, 7/14. 50th ABC: ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY RIDE. Barberton. Routes of 25/50/62/100 rolling to hilly miles showcase the rolling hills and quaint villages of Summit, Medina, and Wayne Counties. Start/finish is The Winery at Wolf Creek, known for its expansive views and inviting atmosphere. Lightly-traveled roads, frequent rest stops, and sag support are promised, with catered lunch for all riders. Early entry discount and free commemorative tee shirt for early entrants. Helmet Required. Online entry available. Akron Bicycle Club. Ernie Ameng: (619) 322-3370. AkronBike.org

 

Wednesday, 7/17. BIKE TO WORK DAY. Cleveland. Leave the car at home and ride your bike to work! All are encouraged to ride to work as often as they can but on special dates, May through September, cyclists will be welcomed at area locations with free fresh coffee and bagels during their commutes. Meet up with other riders, share stories, revel in the feeling of accomplishment that comes with getting to work under your own power! Bike Cleveland. Jason Kuhn; 3000 Bridge Ave. Ste. 1; Cleveland, OH 44113. (216) 298-1938. BikeCleveland.org/events

 

Saturday, 7/20. NORTHEAST OHIO RUSA ROULEUR SERIES 150K. Cleveland. A ~150k (93-mile) unsupported ride over designated route with specified checkpoints and a time limit. This ride is part of a RUSA Rouleur series, a sequence of rides that can be thought of as a “club ride to 200k” program. Come join and experience friendly camaraderie and self-sufficient endurance challenge that is randonneuring. Membership in RUSA and prior registration required. Entry Deadline: July 18. Rides are rain or shine with requirements of reflective and lighting gear in low light conditions. Ohio Randonneurs. Joshua Haley: (813) 850-9237. OhioRandonneurs.org

 

Saturday, 7/20. 15th STEVE BARBOUR MEMORIAL RIDE. Dublin. Celebrate the life of Steve Barbour and other cyclists tragically taken too soon while cycling. A relatively flat ride of 32/65/100 miles to the northwest of Columbus. This is the fifth of Outdoor Pursuits Cycling Series and designed to prepare you for the upcoming big events! Marked roads with maps and limited-to-full support. Check website for latest support offerings (e.g. food stop) and on-line entry. Columbus Outdoor Pursuits. 1193 S. Front St.; Columbus, OH 43206. (614) 442-7901. outdoor-pursuits.org

 

Saturday, 7/20. 35th METROPARKS TOUR. Whitehouse. Visit up to four scenic, wooded Toledo Area Metroparks connected via northwest Ohio back roads and paved bike trails. Ride 15/31/62/100 flat miles and enjoy views of the beautiful Maumee River, historic Fallen Timbers Monument, and rural countryside. Longer routes reach Fulton County. GPS mapping available. Online registration available. Day-of entry costs more. Maumee Valley Adventurers. PO Box 352736; Toledo, OH 43635-2736. (419) 482-8225. MVAdventurers.org

 

Saturday – Saturday, 7/20 – 7/27. XOBA: OHIO BICYCLE ADVENTURE. Eaton. Rediscover this hidden gem tour that crosses Ohio from border to border on a different route every year. The 2024 route from Lawrenceburg, Indiana to Fairport, Ohio (southwest to northeast) will cover 60 to 65 miles per day and be generally flat to rolling, getting hillier as the week goes by. Two dinners provided during the week, bus transport included from parking to the start. Rider Limit: 250. Entry Deadline: July 16. Columbus Outdoor Pursuits. 1193 S. Front St.; Columbus, OH 43206. (614) 442-7901. outdoor-pursuits.org

 

Thursday – Saturday, 7/25 – 7/28. 18th PAN OHIO HOPE RIDE. Cleveland. A fully-supported pledge tour of Ohio benefitting the American Cancer Society. The full four-day tour from Cleveland to Cincinnati covers about 345 flat to hilly miles. Adult riders of all levels are welcome to take in the beauty of the state along a mix of paved bicycle trails and scenic roads. Join for all four days, select one or two, or create virtually your own July challenge. New rider discount available. American Cancer Society. Pan Ohio Hope Ride; PO Box 1981; Cleveland, OH 44106. (216) 352-5880. POHR.org

 

Friday, 7/26. NIGHT RIDES ON THE TOWPATH. Massillon. A free monthly night ride! Starting from the Lake Avenue Trailhead, cyclists head out on the Sippo or Towpath trails to enjoy the evening and see those familiar paths in a whole new light (or lack thereof). A 14- to 18-mile beginner-friendly ride over flat terrain, with an escort at the front and rear of the group. Helmet Required. Bicycle Headlight and Taillight Required. Times vary according to sunset. Rental bikes are available with advance reservation. A family-friendly event. Ernie's Bicycle Shops. Debbie Lehman; 135 Lake Ave. NW; Massillon, OH 44647. (330) 832- 2771. ErniesBikeShop.com/events

 

Saturday, 7/27. 16th RIVER RIDE. Lima. A flat, fast, and friendly tour wrapping around Northwest Ohio's rivers and creeks! Veteran cyclists can take the 50- or 62.5-mile routes on scenic county roads, while others may prefer a 10- or 20-mile ride on clean paved bike paths along the Ottawa River! Promised: Scenic and swept roads, great food and rest stops, friendly SAG service and on-site bike shop, live music during lunch, and a family-friendly environment! Event tee shirt guaranteed for early registrations. Proceeds benefit City Life at Rally Point Youth Center. Youth for Christ. Attn: Jared Diller. PO Box 514; Findlay, OH 45839. (419) 234-8817. RallyUp.org

 

Saturday – Sunday, 7/27 – 7/28. 51st AMISHLAND AND LAKES BICYCLE TOUR. Lagrange, Ind. Visit a world where lifestyles have remained almost unchanged for over 100 years. Multiple route choices range from 22 to 100 flat to rolling miles offering smooth, quiet roads where buggies are numerous and cars are few. Travel wide open spaces, breathe clean country air, meet friendly people, and eat lots of great food. The ride prides itself on great rest stop food but cyclists also enjoy Amish bakeries, restaurants, homemade ice cream parlors along the route where “home cooking” may be sampled. Rider Limit: 1,000. Michiana Bicycle Association. PO Box 182; Lagrange, IN 46530. (574) 387-6449. AmishlandLakes.com

 

Saturday, 7/27. 23rd PEDAL WITH PETE – CENTRAL OHIO EVENT. Marysville. Flat to rolling rides of 10/28/36/53/ 62/74/100 miles. Rest stops in Milford Center and Mechanicsburg, as well as picnic food at the finish will fuel riders. A fundraiser supporting research leading to better prevention strategies and treatment protocols to improve the quality of life of people living with cerebral palsy. Pedal With Pete Foundation. Roger Schenck: (614) 404-6680. ms-stride.org/pedalwithpetecolumbus

 

Sunday, 7/28. 36th RIDE THE DARBY. Grove City. Nearly-flat rides of 30/62/103 miles along the watershed of the Little Darby in Pickaway and Union Counties. This is the sixth of Outdoor Pursuits Cycling Series and designed to prepare you for upcoming big events! Marked roads with maps and limited-to-full support. Check website for latest support offerings (e.g. food stop) and on-line registration. Columbus Outdoor Pursuits. 1193 S. Front St.; Columbus, OH 43206. (614) 442-7901. outdoor-pursuits.org August

 

Saturday, 8/3. 25th BIKE TO THE BRIDGE. Bryan. A pledges-optional fundraiser benefitting individuals who have been affected by cancer. This ride offers routes of 5/10/25/50 rolling miles. The 50-miler crosses the Lockport Covered Bridge and on to Evansport and Oxbow Lake. The 25-mile ride also crosses the bridge. The five- and 10-mile routes don't reach the bridge but everyone has an opportunity to choose their ride length. Cancer Assistance of Williams County. Attn: Jason Zervos; 1425 E. High St. Ste. #110; Bryan, OH 43506. (419) 636-0079. www.b2tb.club

 

Sunday, 8/4. 32nd ROAST YOUR BUNS. Oberlin. A free, high summer tour in scenic Lorain County covering 28/52/70 flat miles. Come and roast your buns, if you dare to brave the heat of summer! Lorain County Bicycle Club. PO Box 102; Amherst, OH 44001-0102. LorainCountyBicycleClub.org

 

Sunday, 8/4. 3rd TOUR DE DARKE. Greenville. Spend this Sunday morning in the saddle, riding through the scenic countryside communities of Darke County; now offering an upper and lower loop for the mid-level route! Choose from among four casual, fun routes of 14/36/40/65 flat to rolling miles with rest stops offering snacks and sag support along the way. Tour past iconic Darke County locations such as Maid Rite, and Historic Bear's Mill. Roads will be marked and some will include Darke County Parks' Tecumseh Trail. Proceeds benefit future bike trail projects. Online Entry Only. Darke County Parks. Attn: Robb Clifford. (937) 548-0165. DarkeCountyParks.org/tour

 

Saturday, 8/10. 30th MARR: MAD ANTHONY RIVER RALLY. Whitehouse. Join hundreds of other bicyclists for a nearly-flat scenic tour along the Maumee River. Riders will have the option of riding a 31-mile road; 32-mile gravel option (riding the Tow Path that spans Farnsworth, Bend View and Providence MetroParks); 61-mile road; or 102-mile road route. Riders will start out in the charming Village of Whitehouse and make their way through historic Waterville, before accessing West River Road as they tour through three of Ohio’s celebrated towns: Grand Rapids, Napoleon, and Defiance. All participants will be treated to lunch after their rides and have the option of partaking in some locally-brewed refreshing beverages at the on-site beer-garden! Toledo Area Bicyclists, Inc. David J. Barret; 5846 Hillcroft Dr.; Toledo, OH 43615. (419) 351-2968. ToledoAreaBicyclists.org

 

Saturday, 8/10. NORTHEAST OHIO RUSA ROULEUR SERIES 200K. Wooster. A ~200k (125-mile) unsupported ride over designated route with specified checkpoints and a 13.5-hour time limit. This ride is part of a RUSA Rouleur series, a sequence of rides that can be thought of as a “club ride to 200k” program. Join in and experience friendly camaraderie and self-sufficient endurance challenge that is randonneuring. Membership in RUSA and prior registration required. Entry Deadline: August 8. Rides are rain or shine with requirements of reflective and lighting gear in low light conditions. Ohio Randonneurs. Joshua Haley: (813) 850-9237. OhioRandonneurs.org

 

Sunday, 8/11. CLEVELAND CLINIC AKRON GENERAL TOWPATH 50. Akron. A pledge tour that raises funds for continued development, maintenance, and activation of the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area, Towpath Trail, and connector trails. Ride 25/50 mostly-flat miles. Sag support, healthy refreshment stops, and boxed lunch for all; prizes for high pledge-earners. Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition. Lauren Anderson; 47 W. Exchange St.; Akron, OH 44308. (330) 374-5657. www.OhioErieCanal.org/events

 

Saturday, 8/17. TOUR DE BUCKEYE LAKE. Millersport. Routes around Buckeye Lake for all skill levels. Three routes are offered: 63 miles - Ride around Buckeye Lake via the path along the dam with scenic views of the lake and then roll through local neighborhoods and on rolling roads through scenic farmland. Visit Dawes Arboretum to explore all the botanic beauty the arboretum has to offer. A cutoff allows shorten the ride. 28-miles: Ride around the lake via the path along the dam, scenic views of the lake, waterfront neighborhoods, and ride rolling hills through well maintained farmland. 11 miles: Pedal along scenic lakefront via the very flat path along the Buckeye Lake dam. There is an ice cream parlor at the turn. Perfect for families. Post-ride festivities include live music, food trucks, a beer garden and a cycling Expo. All profits go to improving biking and hiking safety. Bike Buckeye Lake. Terry Fischer; PO Box 523; Buckeye Lake, OH 43008. BikeBuckeyeLake.org

 

Wednesday, 8/21. BIKE TO WORK DAY. Cleveland. Leave the car at home and ride your bike to work! All are encouraged to ride to work as often as they can but on special dates, May through September, cyclists will be welcomed at area locations with free fresh coffee and bagels during their commutes. Meet up with other riders, share stories, revel in the feeling of accomplishment that comes with getting to work under your own power! Bike Cleveland. Jason Kuhn; 3000 Bridge Ave. Ste. 1; Cleveland, OH 44113. (216) 298-1938. BikeCleveland.org/events

 

Saturday, 8/24. BIKE CLEVELAND FUNDO. Cleveland. Tour Cleveland on fantastic, fully-supported bicycle routes, as the Fundo returns to beautiful Edgewater Park on the shores of Lake Erie! A fully-supported ride for all ages and abilities through the best of Cleveland's expanding bicycle network over signed routes of 10/30/60 miles. The Fundo has something for every cyclist as they explore the city – and beyond – by bike. Bike Cleveland. Jason Kuhn; 3000 Bridge Ave. Ste. 1; Cleveland, OH 44113. (216) 298-1938. CleFundo.org

 

Saturday, 8/24. 5th HERITAGE RIDE. Orangeville. Essentially four 25-mile loop routes on this tour making it possible to create rides of 25/50/75/100 flat to hilly miles traveling the scenic farmland on the Ohio-Pennsylvania state line in northern Mercer, and Trumbull Counties. A 6-mile route is also available. Sag support and bike mechanic will be available. Orangeville Methodist Church. Bill Fox; PO Box 67; Orangeville, OH 44453. (330) 240-8088. william@bjfbicycles.com

 

Saturday, 8/24. BREAK THE CYCLE. Wooster. This event celebrates those who are in recovery for addiction and remembers those who have been lost to the disease. Riders may choose from among three road routes offered: 24/50/72 miles, and a 19-mile ride on the Holmes County Trail. Walkers also welcome for a 5K. Pick carefully; terrain ranges from easy and flat to challenging and very hilly! Bicycle shops will be onhand for last-minute maintenance. All participants receive a hot meal after their rides. OneEighty. Christy VanSickle; 104 Spink St.; Wooster, OH 44691. (330) 804- 4402. www.BTCbenefit.org

 

Saturday, 8/24. NIGHT RIDES ON THE TOWPATH. Massillon. A free monthly night ride! Starting from the Lake Avenue Trailhead, cyclists head out on the Sippo or Towpath trails to enjoy the evening and see those familiar paths in a whole new light (or lack thereof). A 14- to 18-mile beginner-friendly ride over flat terrain, with an escort at the front and rear of the group. Helmet Required. Bicycle Headlight and Taillight Required. Times vary according to sunset. Rental bikes are available with advance reservation. A familyfriendly event. Ernie's Bicycle Shops. Debbie Lehman; 135 Lake Ave. NW; Massillon, OH 44647. (330) 832-2771. ErniesBikeShop.com/events

 

Saturday – Sunday, 8/24 – 8/25. 50th ROSCOE RAMBLE. Canal Fulton & Kidron. At the 50-year mark, this classic ride features rolling to hilly routes of 75 and 55 sag-supported miles. Winding through the beautiful Amish countryside of Stark, Wayne, Holmes, and Coshocton Counties, riders can expect beautiful vistas while tackling some challenging hills. The event features an overnight stay in Coshocton. Breakfasts, lunches, and Saturday dinner are included as is baggage transport. Hotel and camping options are available. Registrations are limited and fill up quickly. Entry Deadline: August 3. Akron Bicycle Club. RoscoeRamble@gmail.com / AkronBike.org

 

Sunday, 8/25. 53rd WRIGHT WRIDE. Cedarville. Explore beautiful flat to rolling countryside via routes of 25/50/60/100 miles, visiting small towns and villages around Cedarville. There will be sag as well as mechanical support. Rider Limit: 300. Entry Deadline: August 21. Dayton Cycling Club. Attn: Jeff Marks; PO Box 94; Dayton, OH 45409-0094. (832) 712- 5196 https://DaytonCyclingClub.org/ wrightwride

 

Saturday, 8/31. UNION COUNTY COVERED BRIDGES CYCLING TOUR. Marysville. Enjoy the low-traffic, gentlyrolling roads of Union County on routes of 21/31/61/72 miles. The 31-, 61-, and 72- mile routes will include visits to the area's most beautiful historic covered bridges. The Union County Foundation. PO Box 608; Marysville, OH 43040. (937) 642- 9618. UnionCountyFoundation.org 

 

Monday, 9/2. 33rd OX ROAST BICYCLE TOUR. Travel 33/66/100 miles through flat to rolling rural Madison, and Franklin Counties. Travel at your own pace (no mass start), enjoy refreshment stops, and a coupon for an “Ox Roast” sandwich at the festival after the ride. Roads to be marked, GPX, FIT, and PDF maps available. Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails. PO Box 308; London, OH 43140. (614) 205-6754. FMCPT.com

 

Friday – Saturday, 9/6 – 9/7. 11th VELOSANO BIKE TO CURE. Cleveland. A popular pledge-based ride fundraising for cancer research at The Cleveland Clinic. Offerings include a 6-mile Guardians City Loop, and routes of 12/25/50/75/100 flat to hilly miles starting and finishing in downtown Cleveland. Friday Night Kickoff party, ride on Saturday. VeloSano. 9500 Euclid Ave. #DVB; Cleveland, OH 44195. (216) 444-6150. VeloSano.org

 

Saturday, 9/7 YOUNG'S ICE CREAM CHARITY BIKE TOUR. Yellow Springs. A pledge ride promising fun and routes ranging from 25 to 100 miles and terrain from flat to very hilly. Benefits the Alzheimer's Association, South Community Inc., the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and United Rehabilitation Services. Entry Deadline: September 6. Young's Jersey Dairy. YoungsBikeTour.com

 

Saturday, 9/7. LIMESTONE CYCLING TOUR. Maysville, Ky. Cyclists will enjoy the beautiful, rolling hills of Mason County via its lightly traveled back roads. Routes of 27/45/67/100 rolling to hilly miles are fully-supported, rest stops feature surprise themes. After the tour, cyclists can relax and enjoy local musical talent, take advantage of special offers at local eateries. “This is definitely some of the best cycling in Northern Kentucky and not to be missed!” Maysville Rotary Club. PO Box 322; Maysville, KY 41056. (606) 375-2076. LimestoneCyclingTour.com

 

Saturday, 9/7. 9th LEGACY BIKE RIDE. McCutchenville. An early-morning firehouse start begins a ride of 26/43 flat to rolling miles over rolling, scenic rural roads. Stops outside Bascom and New Riegel for refreshments are included before the return to McCutchenville. Registration by August 10 includes tee complimentary tee shirt. Proceeds benefit cancer patients. Helmet Required. Legacy Bike Ride Committee. Linda Tiell; 5389 W. County Road 14; Tiffin, OH 44883. (567) 278-7378 – call or txt. MudHenMomma@aol.com

 

Sunday, 9/8. 5th LAKE TO LAKE HARVEST BIKE TOUR. Medina. Tour scenic Medina County on rides of 15/30/50 flat to rolling miles, featuring various lakes and parks. The 15-miler is a family-friendly ride and mostly on flat, shared-use trails with optional minimal road riding. A full-serivce tour, the event includes sag support, food stops, and lunch at the finish. Proceeds benefit local cycling advocacy and shared-use trail development and improvement. Bike Medina County. Lynne Nawalaniec; PO Box 1475; Medina, OH 44258-1475. (330) 722-7119. BikeMedinaCounty.org

 

Sunday, 9/8. 24th BETSY BOHL MEMORIAL BIKE TOUR. Urbana. Routes of 15/31/62 flat to hilly miles; trail or rural roads. Full sag support on this pledgesoptional fundraiser supporting maintenance of the Simon Kenton Trail. Simon Kenton Pathfinders. Jim Cook; 5569 Runke Rd.; St. Paris, OH 43072. (937) 206-9275. simon.kenton.pathfinders@gmail.com

 

Friday, 9/13. NIGHT RIDES ON THE TOWPATH. Massillon. A free monthly night ride! Starting from the Lake Avenue Trailhead, cyclists head out on the Sippo or Towpath trails to enjoy the evening and see those familiar paths in a whole new light (or lack thereof). A 14- to 18-mile beginner-friendly ride over flat terrain, with an escort at the front and rear of the group. Helmet Required. Bicycle Headlight and Taillight Required. Times vary according to sunset. Rental bikes are available with advance reservation. A family-friendly event. Ernie's Bicycle Shops. Debbie Lehman; 135 Lake Ave. NW; Massillon, OH 44647. (330) 832-2771. ErniesBikeShop.com/ events

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