Honor Ride Ohio is a non-competitive cycling event that let’s the public ride alongside our healing heroes. The rides are designed for all skill levels and injured veterans ride for free. Join us as we raise funds to help support wounded, ill and healing veterans improve their physical and mental health.
Ohio Honor Ride Date: Saturday, May 26th, 2018 @ 8:00 a.m. (Event start time) Address: Philip Heit Center for Healthy New Albany 150 W Main St, New Albany, OH 43054 Registration Fees: Registration for all routes is $85. Sign up by Friday, February 23rd using discount code EARLY for a $15 discount. Online registration closes […]
Get your sweat on AND benefit menstruators in need. Aunt Flow and Cycle614 are joining forces to raise funds for menstruators in need. Your $20 ticket covers a 45-minute ride and all attendees receive an Aunt Flow goodie bag. All proceeds are donated to the Aunt Flow Fund, which supports menstruators in need. · Wear […]
Pelotonia Opens Registration for 10th Annual Bike Ride Benefitting Cancer Research with Kick-Off Celebration in Columbus! WHAT: Pelotonia, a grassroots organization that raises money to accelerate funding for innovative cancer research, is hosting a kick-off celebration to mark the opening of registration for its 10th annual bike ride, a three-day experience of cycling, entertainment and […]
Join Yay Bikes! and Franklinton Cycle Works for bike maintenance courses, collectively known as FCW Bike School, for adults and teens 16 and older. Classes utilize the Park Tool Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair and are led by a United Bicycle Institute-trained mechanic. This is the fourth of a 4-class series that also includes […]
With a new year, often comes resolutions to be more active. Gym members can attest to the drastic change that happens after January 1st. Treadmills and elliptical machines, abandoned over the holidays, are now crowded with people hoping to lose weight and get healthy. While some might find success, many of us will succumb to […]
The City of Columbus is phasing out the use of yellow “Share the Road” signs in favor of white signs that say “Bikes May Use Full Lane.” The shift is meant to communicate more clearly the idea that, under city and state code, bikes are not required to hug the curb or stay to the […]