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Meet at the cyclist statue on the Great Miami River Trail in Dayton, next to Carillon Park. A slow-paced, silent ride of 8 miles. Helmet is required. Wear white and lights are requested. Gather at 6:30 pm for a 7:00 pm departure. Sponsored and led by the Major Taylor Cycling Club of Dayton.
A silent, respectful slow ride of 12 flat miles in coordination with others worldwide. Join in to honor and celebrate the lives of cyclists killed or injured while riding on public roadways. All are welcome to participate. Helmet is required.
Start at J&D Bicycles, 500 N. Elm Street, Troy, OH 45373
Specific route and times are to be determined. Approximately a 15-mile ride along the Ohio-to-Erie trail with geologist Scott Brockman to learn about the terrain along the trail. More information from the Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails.
Join us for the Opening Day of the bike trails and the Grand Opening of the updated Beatty Station trailhead of the Little Miami Scenic Trail. Thanks to a NatureWorks grant from the Ohio Division of Natural Resources, Beatty Station has received a facelift. Experience all that the Beatty Station has to offer you as you bike the trails; a new restroom facility, shelter, a bench to take a break, a bike fix-it station and a mock train for kids.
Grand Opening Day:
Biking info, snacks, prizes - 10 AM - 2 PM
Ribbon Cutting - 10:30 AM
On Saturday, April 7, celebrate Opening Day for Trails along the Little Miami Scenic and Buckeye Trails! Events from 11 am to 2 pm.
Stroll, roll, hike or bike your way along the trail and stop by the Yellow Springs Station for family-friendly fun, food and freebies, including:
• Opening Day goodies (Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s Midwest Office, Yellow Springs)
• Free Bike Fix It & Safety Checks (Black Pug Bike Repair & Village Cyclery)
• Yoga for Cyclists (1-1:30pm, Marcia Sauer)
JOIN US AT ADVENTURE CENTRAL FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY ACTIVITIES ON THE WOLF CREEK TRAIL. BRING YOUR BIKES, WEAR WALKING SHOES & BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY. FREE!
For families in the West Dayton community, Adventure Central at Wesleyan MetroPark is transforming lives. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy is promoting the opening season of the trails.
Proud Partners: Five Rivers MetroParks, MVRPC, Bike Miami Valley, Public Health Dayton-Montgomery Co., City of Dayton Dept. of Police: Bicycle Patrol
City of Miamisburg Park and Recreation Department, Humane Society of Greater Dayton, Twim Maples Veterinary Hospital, Paws and Remember, Anytime Fitness and Pet People invite you to a Festival for dogs and the people they own! Bring your dog on a leash and give him something exciting to bark about this year. Vendors specializing in canine health and wellness, veterinary services, pet memorials, nutrition, grooming, training and photos will be present. The event kicks off with a 5k-9 Run, Walk and Wag along the Great Miami River Trail at 9am
Event web site: playmiamisburg.com
Join City of Miamisburg Parks & Recreation for cycling excursions along the Great Miami Riverway. Two round-trip adventures are offered.
Bicycle safety, trail information and refreshments are available. Kayaking is available in Franklin (river conditions permitting). Riders 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Free helmets and fittings while supplies last. Pre-registration is encouraged at www.drivelesslivemore.org
Join City of Miamisburg Parks & Recreation for cycling excursions along the Great Miami River Trail. Two round-trip adventures are offered.
Bicycle safety, trail information and refreshments are available. Riders 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Free helmets and fittings while supplies last. Pre-registration is encouraged at drivelesslivemore.org
Saturday, May 12 – Miamisburg/West Carrollton Start times 8:30-9:30 a.m. Finish by noon.
Saturday, June 3 – Miamisburg/Franklin Start times 8:30-9:30 a.m. Finish by noon.
Basic Bicycle Repair & Maintenance by Otto Bohn from Spoken Bicycles
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.
Community Room, Springboro City Building 320 West Central Avenue, Springboro