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- Fall 2015
Dayton. Fundraiser for baby pantry and parenting classes. Trail routes of 6/13/21/34/63/100 flat to rolling miles. Family-oriented atmosphere with music, ice cream, prizes, massage, children’s concert and festival. Details and entry available online.
Life Resource Centre. Paul Coudron; 425 N. Findlay St.; Dayton, OH 45404. (937) 212-3862. DaytonLife.org
Yellow Springs. Fundraiser offering one-day Saturday rides of 28/46 hilly miles, or a two-day trip covering 61/84/100 hilly miles. Entry fees and fundraising requirements apply. Routes are fully-supported, rest stops closely spaced. Bicycle mechanics on route. Young’s Ice Cream.
Alzheimer’s Association; Judith Fowler; 31 W. Whipp Rd.; Dayton, OH 45459. (937) 610-7004. www.YoungsBikeTour.com
Troy. Fundraiser for Relay for Life of Miami County, the ride takes place on quiet roads with route choices of 15/30/60 flat to rolling miles. The 15-miler is entirely on bike paths. Longer rides use paths, roads, and visit various parks facilities. Refreshments provided to all.
Team Honda Relay for Life of Miami County. email@example.com
Vandalia. Enjoy the Fourth of July holiday on our well-maintained routes of 31 and 62 flat to rolling miles. Tour picturesque areas of the northern Miami Valley. Special surprises for all participants in this, our 19th annual tour! Fully-supported with sag support, tee shirts, lunch, water bottles, great volunteers. Join in the fun and celebrate or nation’s independence!
Steven Reed; PO Box 124; Vandalia, OH 45377. (937) 414-7602. www.VandaliaFreedomTour.org
Middletown. Ride through scenic Southwestern Ohio on swept roads via routes of 22 to 83 rolling miles. Supported ride with homemade food at stops on all routes. Family fun ride on riverside bike trail. Longer rides feature rolling country roads along streams, farms, and covered bridges. Multiple loops allow for longer distances. Timed sections available. Shower facilities available. Organized by cyclists for cyclists. Y Ride? ‘Cause it’s fun!
Troy. Three rolling ride choices on this tour associated with the city’s annual festival. Troy Strawberry Festival. Donn Craig; 405 SW Public Square Ste. 330; Troy, OH 45373. (937) 418-1888. www.GoStrawberries.com
London. Routes of 21/44/61/108 miles travel the flat to rolling rural roads of Madison, Clark, Fayette, and Greene Counties. The shortest route remains on the Prairie Grass Trail while longer marked routes venture off to Jamestown, Jeffersonville, Xenia, Yellow Springs, and South Charleston. Details and entry online.
Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails. PO Box 308; London, OH 43140. (614) 205-6754. www.fmcpt.com
An annual community biking event which started with the purpose of helping Dayton become a more active bicycle friendly city while promoting the diverse neighborhoods, culture and proud history of Dayton. It allows participants to Tour (Explore) Dayton’s neighborhoods and points of interest (business, culture, history, recreation and geography related) along the way by bike.
The Friends of the Little Miami State Park will hold its next Monthly Meeting on Sunday, March 23 at 4:00 p.m. in the Morrow Administration Building, 150 East Pike St. (SR 22/3), Morrow, Ohio. Important discussion topics will include our new Strategic Plan and implementation of grant-funded improvement projects.
The Open Meeting will begin at 4:00 p.m.; The Open Meeting welcomes Segment Adopters, trail volunteers, members, donors, and the general public.
Come join us.