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  • 04/19/2019 10:50 AM | Anonymous

    This month's board meeting will take place on Thursday, April 25th, 6:00pm at Way Public Library (Conference Rm 1) in Perrysburg.

  • 04/19/2019 8:46 AM | Anonymous

    Unless there is a miracle, it will be raining steadily much of the day tomorrow. Consider Saturday Adventure Tour sadly cancelled.

    -Debbie Tassie

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  • 04/18/2019 2:38 PM | Anonymous

    One of the nice things about gravel roads, unlike MTB trails, is that you really can't damage them when they're wet. In the spirit of the Winter Warrior Challenge, Saturday's Intro to Gravel ride is on, rain or shine. Whether you're dying to get off the trainer or just want to test your mental toughness, come on out and get wet and dirty!


  • 04/17/2019 9:14 PM | Anonymous

    Join us this Saturday for a 32 mile Meandering ride  from Whitehouse to Liberty Center. This is a no drop ride. It is meant for beginners or someone who wants to enjoy the scenery.  See you at 9AM at Cycle Werks. An eatery for after the ride will be decided on at the ride.

    The ride can be downloaded at


  • 04/17/2019 12:28 PM | Anonymous

    I received our initial order of magnets with the club logo. They are going for $1 each (Proceeds to the club's general fund). I'll have them with me in Whitehouse on Saturday morning and on subsequent rides. Come get em! (Same size as the club stickers we had with the old logo...3").

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  • 04/17/2019 9:42 AM | Anonymous

    What an incredible April evening for a bicycle ride. 25 cyclists ventured onto the same route used by the Monday night summer riders. Although it was a large group everyone did a great job staying together and taking their turn pulling. Looking forward to next week.

    -Hugh Benning

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  • 04/15/2019 1:35 PM | Anonymous

    Join me this Saturday at Pacesetter Park in Sylvania for the 2nd installment of Intro to Gravel. We will warm up on pavement until we get north of the border. Plan on a relaxed 22 mile ride with a planned stop near mile 11. Ride departs at 9am. Here's the planned route:


    If you are looking for a more challenging ride, Doug's Summer of Stupid is riding Poto and DTE, a 58 mile, leg-testing adventure.


  • 04/15/2019 10:44 AM | Anonymous

    The Ride of Silence will take place on Wednesday, May 15, 2019. There will be three area rides this year. TAB riders attending the Toledo ride are planning to meet behind Tam-O-Shanter in Sylvania for the 600p ride down to University of Toledo.

    The following info is provided from organizers

    Toledo Ride of Silence


    Our 10th Annual Toledo Ride of Silence will be held on May 15 starting and ending at Gateway Area 25 located adjacent to the University Parks Trail at the University of Toledo (near Secor and Dorr).  The ride will be slow-paced (12 mph Max.) covering ~10 miles.  We will be escorted by Toledo City Police, Ottawa Hills Police and UT Police on route.  Helmets are required. This event is free and open to the public.  No registration necessary.

    We will depart promptly at 7PM so please arrive 6:30~6:45PM.  During the ride, we will pause at Ottawa Hills HS in memory of Dave Larabee, killed on his way home from work in 2005, Toledo Children's Hospital in memory of Dr. Stephen Snedden, killed while biking along River Road in Perrysburg Township, and Ottawa Park in honor of Dr. Robert Brundage.  We will remember and honor Tom SantoroEric RamlowDouglas KaniaSierah JoughinMatthew BillingsJames LambertEmilee GagnonHarvey Bell IIIAndy Gast, Adam Little, Jimmy Hughey, Jeff Roth and others prior to the start of the ride.  This is a community event supported by the Maumee Valley AdventurersMaumee Valley WheelmenToledo Bikes and Toledo Area Bicyclists.

    For more details contact Keith Webb (keith@wearetraffic.org)  567-225-4032.

    Bowling Green Ride of Silence


    Join us for our 3rd Annual Bowling Green Ride of Silence to be held on May 16 starting and ending at City Park.  The ride will be slow-paced (12 mph Max.) covering ~7 miles.  We will be escorted by the Bowling Green Police Department and BGSU Campus Police on route.  Helmets are required. This event is free and open to the public.  No registration necessary. **NOTE: There will be construction around City Park, please park in the area near the swimming pool.

    We will depart promptly at 7PM so please arrive 6:30~6:45PM.  Prior to the ride, we will remember Eric Ramlow who was killed in 2016 while riding on Sand Ridge Road.  We will also remember and honor Tom SantoroSierah JoughinDouglas KaniaMatthew BillingsJames LambertEmilee GagnonHarvey Bell IIIAndy Gast, Jimmy Hughey, Jeff Roth and others prior to the start of the ride.  This is a community event supported by We Are TrafficMaumee Valley AdventurersBowling Green Safety CommissionToledo Area Bicyclists and Bike 4 A Better BG.

    Contact Keith Webb by email or call 567-703-6378 for any additional details.

    Findlay Ride of Silence


    The 1st Ride of Silence will be held in Findlay on May 15th.  Meet at Emory Adams Park at 6:30PM for a prompt departure at 7:00 PM. We will ride ~7.8 miles at a slow pace...in complete silence. We will remember local cyclists injured or killed, including Shannon Mills who was killed outside Marysville in 2018.

    Join cyclists worldwide in a silent slow-paced ride (max. 12 mph) in  honor of those who have been injured or killed while cycling on public roadways. There is no brochure, no sponsors and no registration fees.  The ride, which is held during Bike Safety month, aims to raise the awareness of motorists, police and city officials that cyclists have a  legal right to the public roadways. 

    If you would like to help with this event, please contact Thomas Gray at 419-464-2009 or thomas@WeAreTraffic.org

  • 04/15/2019 10:20 AM | Anonymous

    The second week of Saturday Adventure Touring brought out 19 riders on a sunny, just warm enough day.

    We rode about 20 miles into the wind to get to Liberty Center, reminding ourselves that it would be a lot more fun when we turned around.

    And it was! But, sadly, we went past the burned out Log Cabin Inn on CR 3. The restaurant still stands, but the bar was destroyed.

    Once again, we met up with the Meanderers at The Buzz for lunch.

    Next Saturday, we leave from Whitehouse at 9:00 for the Big Blue Rendevous.

    -Debbie Tassie

  • 04/15/2019 9:37 AM | Anonymous

    With the sun shining, cold, and wind made for a great ride this morning, with 12 riders this morning with Lindsay turning around to ride with the Adventure Saturday group ride. As you can see we stopped at the hippy chick bus for a fun photo shot. I made a comment that I think all will agree, ‘“we ride in the groups to enjoy the friends”. Makes the weather much more tolerable. Saturday Adventure Group n the Meandering Group arrived In Whitehouse at the same time to our reserved table at the Buzz. By the way, Terry is buying next week, from Mom.

    Next week is the Meandering group Ride Easter bunny ride. Destination to be determined. Have a great week!!

    -Linda Posadny

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