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Once you’ve tried it, we know you’ll like it. Bike to the Dayton Dragons baseball games on selected Sunday dates and you’ll be treated to free, valet bicycle parking right on the main plaza, free giveaways and we’ll cover the entry to the game for the first 50 registered riders. Register for your bike parking space at www.daytondragons.com or call 937-277-4374 for more information.
Part of the Drive Less Live More program.
BIKE TO WORK!
Enjoy FREE pancakes, friends, music, and commuting to work!
Our FREE pancake breakfast on National Bike to Work Day will take place at Riverscape MetroPark's Bike Hub on May 17, 2013.
Last year, over 500 commuters joined us for tasty pancakes, friends and music. Their efforts contributed to a total of 5,267 miles traveled by bike on their way to and from work. At 25 miles per gallon fuel efficiency, that is 211 gallons of gas saved from consumption. In addition, the recycling and composting efforts at the event drastically reduced our carbon footprint.
Wegerzyn Bike Rodeo- May 11th 9:30-1:00
Cone set up 8-9am
Wegerzyn Garden MetroPark 1301 E Siebenthaler (Workshop)
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.
We promote cycling as a healthy, family-friendly lifestyle activity that improves upon the quality of life in our city.
London. This budget tour starts in London and travels via trail and country roads through the beautiful Darby Creek and Deer Creek Valleys. There are places to stop and refresh along the way including restaurants, grocery and convenience stores.
Friends of Madison County Parks and Trails. PO Box 308; London, OH 43140. (614) 205-6754.
Waynesville. Choose rides of 25/38/65/100 rolling miles that travel through some of the most scenic areas in the beautiful Waynesville area. Fully-supported event plus prizes and more.
Entry fee plus minimum required pledge benefits the CF Foundation. Greater Cincinnati Chapter Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Leslie Lucas; 4420 Carver Woods Dr.; Cincinnati, OH 45242. (513) 533-9300.
Enjoy a ride of 10/30/60/100 flat to rolling miles over lightly-traveled roads heading towards Kiser Lake. Upon return, included Texas BBQ meal will be served.
Fully-supported ride includes four rest stops. Rider Limit: 500. Shifting Gears Cycling. Jason Byram; PO Box 302; Tipp City, OH 45371. (937) 469-4399.
Urbana. A trail ride of 15 miles for families or flat to very hilly routes of 30+/60+ miles explore Champaign and portions of neighboring counties. See beautiful scenic agricultural areas dotted with historical landmarks.
Riders will be served continental breakfast and a lunch. Funds raised help maintain trail and extend the Miami Valley Trails system northward. Entry Deadline: Aug. 30.
Simon Kenton Pathfinders. Nancy Baldwin; PO Box 91; Urbana, OH 43078. (937) 605-2434.
In conjunction with the Rib & Jazz Festival downtown London, the ride travels 30 miles over flat to roads in Madison and Clark Counties. A single rest stop is offered before return to London via a different route.
Secured bike corral offered to let cyclists enjoy the festival. Friends of Madison County Parks & Trails. PO Box 308; London, OH 43140. (614) 205-6754.
Yellow Springs. One-day ride of 28/56 hilly miles or two days of hills over 61/84/100 miles raising funds for area charities. Entry fee and fundraising requirements apply.
Fully supported with frequent rest stops. Bicycle mechanics on route.
Judith Fowler; Alzheimer’s Association; 3797 Summit Glen Dr. #G100; Dayton, OH 45449. (937) 291-3332.