Dec
31

Artemis Gone Riding

Come join our fun-filled bicycle tour on the Miami Valley Bikeways Bike Path. Riders from near and far come together to cycle against Domestic Violence. Pick your best costume and rally your friends or colleagues to create a “pedal crew” and collect pledges before the event! Awards will be given to the individual and crew with best costume, most funds raised, and to the largest crew!

Event details and Registration are available here.

Dec
31

Infusion ArtFest

Join in a celebration of all things creative coming from our community!

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2016
11 AM - 5 PM
COMMUNITY PARK - FACTORY RD & RT. 35
BEAVERCREEK, OH

LOCATED ALONG THE CREEKSIDE TRAIL NEXT TO A GORGEOUS POND, SHOP FROM HAND CRAFTED ARTISANS, FEAST BY FOOD TRUCKS, LISTEN TO LOCAL MUSICIANS, WATCH DANCERS AND PERFORMANCES BY LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS.

Dec
31

Bike Movie Night: "Tracks of Glory"

The Major Taylor Cycling Club of Dayton, to Celebrate National Bike Month, will be hosting the movie Tracks Of Glory, the story about Marshall "Major" Taylor.  The event will be held on Thursday May 26th at 6:00pm -8:30 pm at..

Stivers School for the Arts.
1313 E. 5th St. Dayton, Ohio 45402

Cost: FREE
Donations can be made to support: The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Dayton the Beneficiary of the MTCCD 2016 Signature Ride

 

Dec
31

Little Miami Scenic Trail Ribbon Cutting

Little Miami Scenic Trail Extension Ribbon Cutting & Celebration
Be one of the first to officially ride, walk or run the new 3.15-mile extension of the Little Miami Scenic Trail! Come and celebrate this significant milestone as we continue to connect communities through our region’s growing trail system. We’ll keep the party going afterwards with Fifty West Brewing.

When
Saturday, May 21, 2016
10 a.m. – ribbon cutting ceremony
11 a.m. – post-event celebration

Dec
31

Bike MS: Ohio Valley Chapter

The Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society will present Bike MS: Dayton on June 5, 2016.  The event start/finish line will be at Eastwood MetroPark, and offers three distance options using the Creekside and Little Miami Scenic trails between Eastwood, Beavercreek, Xenia, and Corwin. Fully supported rest stops will be set up all along the route.

Dec
31

East Dayton Bike Safety Rodeo

At The Life Enrichment Center
425 N. Findlay Street
Dayton, OH

 

With shuttle Pickup Locations at Schools and Community Centers across East Dayton. Check out all the details at their Facebook Event Posting.

Dec
31

National Bike to Work Day Pancake Breakfast

RiverScape MetroPark 111 E. Monument Ave

Leave your car in the garage and support National Bike to Work Day. Ride in on your own or with a group to RiverScape for a free pancake breakfast then head to work. Live music, cycling related exhibitors and a team challenge are also part of the fun.

More info can be found at: www.metroparks.org/biketowork 

Click here to preregister and get your pancakes faster! 
Dec
31

Bike for the Health of It

Ride to Island MetroPark-16 miles
Bikeway: Great Miami River,  Ohio Bike Route 25
Meet at Rip Rap Park, located at the intersections of Little York, Rip Rap, and Taylorsville roads, in the parking lot near the soccer fields.

-Parents/guardians must remain with children.
-Wearing a helmet is strongly recommended for all participants and required for children younger than 13.
-We ride rain or shine, but may cancel due to storms or trail flooding.

www.metroparks.org/bikehealth

Dec
31

Bike for the Health of It

Ride to Radvansky Bridge -16 miles
Bikeway: Stillwater River,  Ohio Bike Route 7
Meet at Wegerzyn Garden MetroPark, 1301 E. Siebenthaler Ave

-Parents/guardians must remain with children.
-Wearing a helmet is strongly recommended for all participants and required for children younger than 13.
-We ride rain or shine, but may cancel due to storms or trail flooding.

www.metroparks.org/bikehealth

Dec
31

Bike for the Health of It

Ride to Kyle Park - 16 miles
Bikeway: Great Miami River, Ohio Bike Route 25
Meet at Rip Rap Park, located at the intersection of Little York, Rip Rap and Taylorsville roads, in the parking lot near the soccer fields .

-Parents/guardians must remain with children.
-Wearing a helmet is strongly recommended for all participants and required for children younger than 13.
-We ride rain or shine, but may cancel due to storms or trail flooding.

www.metroparks.org/bikehealth

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