2021 Cleveland Ride Of Silence

The pandemic has bought about so many changes in our lives, but it has not changed the need to honor those injured or killed while riding public roadways. On Wednesday, May 19th, join Cleveland cyclists and those across the world on the most important date of the year.

What will change this year is how we do it. Traditionally, our Ride of Silence is a group ride – led by the Cleveland Police Bike Division – on a predetermined route through the city. However, there are still too many restrictions and limitations to do this safely, and silently. We will not be riding as a group this year.

This year, we ask you to ride silently, either solo or with your current riding group to Public 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. Once you reach Public Square, join others from the region and hear their stories. There will be time for you to share your own if you like.

Join us and others on the grassy steps of Public Square at 6:30PM on Wednesday, May 19th. Please be prepared to follow COVID guidelines via physical distancing and wearing a mask.

Wednesday, May 19th 2021 | 6:30PM | Public Square | Facebook Event

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