Jun
4

Troy Strawberry Festival Bicycle Tour

Beautiful tour course with rides of 15/31/62 flat miles on marked roads. Rest stops include snacks and “hydration stations.” Upon return, enjoy the Strawberry Festival, voted the best food festival in Ohio, with food, arts and crafts, entertainment.

Troy Strawberry Festival
Corie Schweser
405 SW Public Square Ste. 330
Troy, OH 45373
(937) 339-7714
cschweser@troyohiochamber.com

Jun
3

DCC Covered Bridge Tour

Start in Brookville and see from two to 11 covered bridges in Southwestern Ohio on this self-supported budget tour. Fee includes map and marked roads. Rides cover 23/45/74/106 rolling to hilly miles passing through small towns for food and drink.

Dayton Cycling Club
Mark Buchwalder
423 Volusia Ave.
Dayton, OH 45409-2345
(937) 479-6098
http://www.cvdbdgtour.org

May
19

Bike to Work Day Pancake Breakfast

Get your day off to a great start: share the culture and the fun of biking to work! Just one of many reasons Dayton is a Bronze Level Bicycle Friendly Community! Celebrate with bike-related exhibitors, free pancake breakfast, coffee, photo booth, team challenge, and giveaways.

Five Rivers MetroParks' RiverScape
111 E. Monument Ave.
Dayton, OH 45402
(937) 275-7275
MetroParks.org/biketowork

May
17

Rides of Silence - Troy and Dayton

Dayton. Meeting at the cyclist statue, 6:30 PM, along the Great Miami River Trail at Carillon Park, a slow-pace, silent ride of eight miles. Helmet Required. Wearing white, and lights requested. MTCCD. Marc Harris.  majortaylor937@gmail.com

May
13

43rd Huffman Spring Classic

Wax Park / Payne Recreation Center
3800 Main Street
Moraine, Ohio

Enjoy Dayton Cycling Club’s 43rd annual Huffman Spring Classic featuring 62/50/30-mile rides in the beautiful countryside west of Dayton. With great food at our rest stops and breakfast/lunch. Marked routes. This year we will publish self-reported ride times as another fun element for those who wish to participate. Start/finish/lunch is the same as in the previous two years at Wax Park in Moraine (south of Main, just west of I-75. Use exit 47, east on Dixie, north on Dryden, left on Main).

Apr
22

Earth Day Bike Ride

Earth Day Bike Ride at Crooked Handle Brewing Company

Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.

760 North Main Street (SR 741), Springboro

Sep
23

Twisted Pretzel Tour

The 4th Annual 2017 Twisted Pretzel Tour will take place in Germantown and Farmersville, Ohio, on Saturday, September 23, 2017. The Twisted Pretzel Tour is a mass-start timed event through the beautiful Germantown countryside. The routes (8, 21, or 39 miles) are flat to gently rolling with the longer routes traveling over the scenic Germantown dam (and down, not up, the dam hill). A ride across the wooden planks of the historic Germantown covered bridge is a feature enjoyed on all routes. Signs and road markings clearly mark the routes. Helmets are required.

Aug
21

Slow Roll Xenia/Wilberforce

From Xenia Station to Wilberforce and return. This Slow Roll will visit various historical markers in Wilberforce and Xenia - such as outstanding individuals, Underground Railroad sites and famous places.

Jul
17

Slow Roll Xenia/Wilberforce

From Xenia Station to Payne Theological Seminary, Wilberforce, then back to the Carnegie Library in Xenia. This Slow Roll will examine and discuss the significance of the stained glass at both Payne Theological Seminary and the Carnegie Library - two historically prominent architectural structures in the Xenia area. An ice cream social will also take place at the Carnegie Library at the end of the event.

Jun
19

Slow Roll Wilberforce to Cedarville

As a part of the Greene County History Week celebration. Riders will meet at 5:45 p.m. at the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center (NAAMCC), 1350 Brush Row Rd. in Wilberforce. Dr. Charles Wash, NAAMCC director says, “The Slow Roll is about more than cycling. We all need the stress relief of fresh air, exercise, and good times with family, friends and neighbors. These rides also allow participants to learn about parts of their communities they may not know existed!”

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