Ride of Silence 2013

By : Lowrah · May 15, 2013

The Ride of Silence is a ride that happens all over the world, to honor and remember cyclists that have been injured or have died while riding.

Photo by Tim Potter, E. Lansing organizer

Celebrate Elyse and remember fallen riders by participating in the Ride of Silence.

Wednesday, May 15
Meet at Mississippi River Blvd. and Summit Ave. at 6:30pm 

Ride leader: Ron Schwartz

Distance: 8 miles
Notes: Ride will start in St. Paul at Mississippi River Boulevard and Summit Ave at 7PM sharp on May 15th. Begin congregating at 6:30PM as there will be a short ceremony a few minutes before 7 in memory of those who have been injured or killed while cycling. We will ride on Summit Avenue to the University Club and then back to the starting point. This is a slow, silent ride. There is no charge to participate. In the spirit of Share the Road, we will obey all traffic laws and remain in the bike lane riding single file. Riders of all abilities welcome. Helmets required.

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