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- Fall 2015
Think of the best gathering you've ever been to. Was it a class reunion, a family get-together or a camp-out with your Scout troop? How about a Halloween party or a club meeting of people who are passionate about the same interests or a Thanksgiving dinner? For the 25th time, you are invited to an Adventure which is the best of all of those things.
The Tour de Donut is a unique bicycle event, where your ability to eat donuts is just as important as your ability to ride your bicycle fast. The event is a mass start timed bicycle "race" where riders visit two "donut stops" during the 30 mile course or one stop for the 15 mile mini and eat donuts. For each donut the rider eats during the ride (and keeps down) they have 5 minutes deducted from their ride time. There are prizes in several classes including the coveted golden Tour de Donut championship belt for the best adjusted "donut time".
The 2013 Miami Valley Cycling Summit Planning Committee is pleased to announce that the 2013 Summit will be held in downtown Springfield on May 31, 2013, in the newly constructed Hollenbeck Bayley Conference Center. The planning team is working diligently to ensure that the 2013 event will be the most successful yet. The Miami Valley Cycling Summit is an event aimed at reaching cycling advocates, policy makers, and the local business community and conveying to them the importance of a vibrant cycling community.
Peace Ride: We'll meet at Peace on Fifth at 6:00 pm, and ride to the International Peace Museum for a private tour, followed by a ride to Missing Peace Art Space. It's a short route (about 3.5 miles) and will be done "Courteous Mass" style. The ride is free.
Meet at "Peace on Fifth" - 519 East Fifth Street, Dayton, OH (in the Oregon District).
Ruth’s family is sponsoring this year’s Simon Kenton Ride in her memory. Throughout her life— even into her 80s—Ruth rode a bike. She helped spread the joy of bicycling as a strong supporter of the Simon Kenton Pathfinders and the Simon Kenton Trail.
We invite you to ride in her memory and for the future of the Trail!
A bike tour of small, sustainable farms in Clinton County. There are 6 farm stops along the way and it will be approximately 36 miles. Registration is $20 in advance or $25 on the day of the ride. Proceeds benefit the Grow Food Grow Hope Garden Initiative. Local produce will be available for purchase at the stops, so bring cash and a bag!
Register online for this unique, educational tour.