Ride of Silence
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On Wednesday, May 16th, join cyclists across Greater Cleveland for the most important ride of the year. Local cyclists will join others across the globe in a silent slow-paced ride in honor of those who have been injured or killed while riding a bicycle on our public roadways.
The Ride Of Silence is a free ride that asks cyclists to ride no faster than 12 mph and remain silent during the ride. There are no brochures, no sponsors and no registration fees.
This event has two starting points:
Downtown/Westside: Begins at the Free Stamp in Willard Park, and this year's ride will feature a police escort via Cleveland's bicycle patrol division. The ride takes a simple route eastward through the city, eventually finishing at University Hospitals on Adelbert where there will be a brief program.
Eastside: From the John Carroll University SE parking lot (in the Carroll Expansion Parking Lot), meet up with Heights Bicycle Coalition to ride to University Hospitals on Adelbert where the will be a brief program.
Both rides will gather at 6:30pm and ride at 7pm.