Irresistible September Bicycle Rides!

NEO CYCLE
Friday-Sunday, September 9-11, on the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland
Sponsored by Bike Cleveland, this is the Midwest’s biggest urban cycling festival, featuring touring, racing, gear, demonstrations, celebration. Following are some highlights, but for complete information, see http://www.neocycle.org/  

NEO CYCLE NIGHT RIDE , Saturday, September 10 at 7:30 pm. Presented by Cuyahoga Community College.  Join over 2,000 glowing cyclists on a casual ride with exclusive views of downtown Cleveland and Lake Erie.  Registration required: Adults $35, under 16 $20.  Registration includes T-shirt and a front bike light.  Register before Thursday, September 8 at 5 pm. To register go to: https://www.bikereg.com/neocycle-nightride.  

MCPC FUNDO Saturday, September 10, 10 am, Edgewater Park, Cleveland. Registration required (Adult $35, Youth $15). Registration includes lunch and rest stops. Fully-supported tour of Cleveland’s historic neighborhoods and Flats with choices of 10/31/62 miles. Longest ride leaves from Edgewater Park at 10 am. To register, go to https://www.bikereg.com/neocycle-fundo 

SLOW ROLL, Sunday, September 11, 1 pm, Edgewater Park.

NIGHT RIDES ON THE TOWPATH TRAIL
Saturday, September 10 and September 24 (“Bike Your National Park Day”), Century Cycles, 1621 Main St., Peninsula, OH 44264
Free, fun ride for all skill levels covering 12 to 15 flat miles on the Towpath Trail of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Helmet and bike light required. For more information go to http://centurycycles.com/events/night-rides-on-the-towpath-trail-pg370.htm

RIDE FOR MILES
Sunday, September 11, 9:30 am, John Carroll University.

This is a 15-mile ride from John Carroll to Gates Mills and back. Registration is $25. RIDE FOR MILES is a nonprofit organization established by family, friends, and colleagues of Dr. Miles Coburn to educate people about the environment and bicycle safety. The annual noncompetitive bicycle ride, Ride for Miles, raises funds for the John Carroll University Biology Department’s Miles Coburn Environmental Symposium. This project continues Miles’ work of educating students and the community about the urgency of environmental activism.
For more information go to: http://rideformiles.org/

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS HERITAGE TOUR, BY BICYCLE

Sunday, September 18, noon-6 pm
This is the 39th anniversary of this great Heights event.  The Heights Bicycle Coalition is partnering with Heights Community Congress to offer discounted tickets ($15) to encourage cyclists to complete the Heights Heritage Home Tour by bike.
For more information and ticket purchases go to http://www.heightscongress.org/tour–preview-party-tickets.html

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