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- Fall 2015
2018 is the inaugural Tour de Gem (TdG), Dayton Cycling Classic. TdG is a cycling event to highlight the Dayton region for cyclists of all ages and abilities. TdG is also a fundraising tool for local charities.
Minnesota Couple Riding Their Bicycles Pulling A Canoe From Ely Minnesota to Washington DC Making A Stop In Centerville, Ohio.
Amy and Dave Freeman, National Geographic Explorers of The Year, are giving a presentation at Great Miami Outfitters on May 31st as part of their “PEDAL TO DC: Book Tour to Save the Boundary Waters”
A 5k non-competitive fitness walk
This event is free and open to the public.
475 E. Turtlecreek Union Road
Lebanon, Oh 45036
The Premier Health Atrium Medical Center Bike Park in Lebanon, OH will hold a grand opening celebration featuring demos, clinics, raffles and giveaways, entertainment and food trucks. For more information visit www.lebanonbikepark.org.
Largest free celebration of outdoor recreation in the Midwest, features more than 25 outdoor recreation activities to try, including cycling and mountain biking. Competitions, used and new gear, bike village with retailers, manufacturers, and local clubs. Group rides, stunt riding, and demo bikes. Add to that: music, food, craft beer garden, and more!
Five Rivers MetroParks. Eastwood MetroPark; 1385 Harshman Rd.; Dayton, OH 45414. (937) 275-7275.
A family-friendly fundraiser bike tour and pretzel party twisted into one beautiful ride through the countryside in Southwest Ohio. Held in conjunction with pretzel festival. Three flat to rolling routes offer opportunity for all ages and skills: Pretzel Ring – 8 miles, Pretzel Rod – 21 miles, Giant Pretzel – 39 miles. Breaks feature warm pretzels, famous homemade dips, and apple cider slushies. Longer routes travel over scenic Germantown dam, all cross historic covered bridge.
Exciting and refreshing, pledges-optional fundraiser along the Miami Valley Trails in Clark, Greene, and Champaign Counties. Covers 6 to 70 flat miles including a family-friendly “Express Route” with activities planned for children along the route. Fully-supported with food and refreshments along the way, pie and ice cream at the finish. Benefits effort to support families by keeping accessible and affordable relationship resources in the community.
A trail ride of 15 flat miles for families, or flat to hilly routes of 31/62 miles exploring Champaign County and touching portions of adjoining counties. See beautiful agricultural areas dotted with historical landmarks. Riders to be served a continental breakfast and a lunch. All funds raised are used for maintenance and future pavement of the northern extension of the Simon Kenton Trail.
Simon Kenton Pathfinders. Attn: Nancy Lokai-Baldwin; PO Box 91; Urbana, OH 43078. (937) 605-2434.