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Ride your bike on over to Jimmy's Ladder 11 and join Bike Miami Valley's quarterly Advocacy Social. They will be providing a recap from the Cycling Summit, some regional updates and action alerts, and fill you in on some exciting things the group has been working on to continue to help elevate the cycling movement in the region. They will also have signups for upcoming volunteer opportunities, awesome BMV T-shirts for sale and more.
Location: Jimmy's Ladder 11, 936 Brown St., Dayton, Ohio 45409
The Miami Conservancy District invites you to a ribbon-cutting and inaugural ride for the newest section of the Great Miami River Bikeway on Monday, August 19 at 10:30 a.m. at the parking lot of the Courtyard Marriott, 2006 Edwin C. Moses Boulevard.
The event will take place at Carmel’s Southwest Grill, 1025 Shroyer Road, Dayton, OH 45419, on the south corner of the parking lot near the trail at 11:00 AM. This segment of the trail connects the City of Dayton, City of Kettering, and University of Dayton bike trail network for students, workers, and residents. There will be a short program ending with the ribbon-cutting ceremony. We encourage all participants to bike to the event and participate in a small bike tour of the trail following the ribbon-cutting.
The Little Miami Half Marathon and 10K will be celebrating its fourth year in Morrow on Sunday, August 18, 2013 at 7:30 a.m. The Little Miami Half Marathon and 10K is a flat and fast scenic race run along the banks of the Little Miami River. The entire course is run on a shaded bike path, which is a big bonus during Ohio’s humid summer months.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 7/30/2013
Contact: Melissa Dabe, Community Support Supervisor, 937-346-0736
This Sunday, July 21, 2013 is the twentieth and final stage of the Tour de France.
You are cordially invited to the grand opening
of the newest segment of the Miami Valley Trails:
Grab your girls and prepare to be pampered! Artemis Center for Alternatives to Domestic Violence is gearing up for their annual all ladies bike ride, Girls Gone Riding! This year’s ride will take place on September 14th beginning at the University of Dayton River Campus. Riders will have the option of a 10, 16, 22, or 28 mile route along the Great Miami River filled with plenty of swag, activities, and entertainment all along the way! Last year’s event drew over 300 riders and already confirmed riders for this year’s event joining us all the way from Arizona!
The “Friends of Xenia Station”, also known as FOXS, latest endeavor in their efforts to enhance the Xenia Station Bike Hub is the installation of a public bicycle repair station consisting of a heavy duty, permanently installed bike stand and dual-valve, and gauged air pump. Xenia Station’s fiX-it-Station is the first public repair station in the Miami Valley, and the first of its kind in the State of Ohio. FOXS intention is to aid bicyclists with emergency, on-the-go repairs such as broken chains and flat tires.