Wed 5/19 @ 6:30-7:30PM
Each year, Bike Cleveland hosts its traditional Ride of Silence, which is marked by cycling groups around the words. It shines a light on why its core mission of making streets friendlier and safer for bicyclists is so critical: it honors those who were killed or injured while riding on public streets and roads.
While the event will be in person this year again, they’ve changed the procedure a little. Instead of a group ride led by the Cleveland Police Bike Division on a route through the city, they’re asking people to ride either solo or with their own group to Public Square where cyclists will gather on the grassy steps of the northeast corner of the square.
“On the way, we urge you to think about who you may have lost, who you know that has been injured, and about how what has happened affects so many around them,” they say.
Please wear a mask and be prepared to practice social distancing.