2021 Ride of Silence Update

In an effort to keep from blocking traffic, we are lining up on McKibben St in front of Memorial Park at 6:30, Thursday, May 19, in order for us to roll out on time at 7:00 pm.


We will have police escort, and travel this somber procession within an hour. ALL ages and experience levels are encouraged, helmets ARE required, and the ride is a silent, slow and thoughtful remembrance of those hit, injured and killed on the roadways. It will hopefully bring riders and drivers together to SHARE THE ROAD.


Armbands will be provided, and a brief background and poem will be recited prior to the ride.


So bring your bike and help spread the word that cyclists want to Share The Road! If you are unable to join us, but see the group riding, please consider pulling over in respect.




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