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2021 Ride Of Silence

Ride Of Silence

"Ride of Silence" is to honor accident victims and promote safe cycling

Each year, bicycle riders in the U.S. have been killed or injured while riding on public roadways. The Akron Bicycle Club invites all bicyclists to participate in a slow- paced bike ride in coordination with the  World Wide National Ride of Silence.
The Akron Bicycle Club (ABC) invites all bicyclists to participate in a slow- paced bike ride in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 and in coordination with the World Wide National Ride of Silence (  The Akron event will especially honor two of the club’s cyclists, Matt Billings and Jim Lambert, who were both killed in an automobile/bicycle crash in September of 2015.
As an international event, the Ride of Silence has taken place in various locations across the globe since 2003. The ride is intentionally solemn and slow paced, with cyclists going no faster than 12 mph and participating silently. In keeping with the importance of the occasion, other area cycling groups are also welcome to participate.

Contact: Bob Pike with the Akron Bicycle Club, for more information at (330) 414-7148 or
Wednesday, May 19, 2021, 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM
Botzum Trailhead - Cuyahoga Falls
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2928 Riverview Rd
Cuyahoga Falls, OH  

Additional Info:
Bob Pike
Club Ride
Registration is not Required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
All cyclists must wear bike helmets, obey all traffic laws, and please no use of ear buds or cell phones while riding.

All COVID guidelines in place at the time of the ride must be adhered to prior, during and after the ride.
No Fee