Sunday In June: CTC Partners with Bike Cleveland
Cleveland Touring Club is donating $2.50 from each rider who registers for their 37th annual Sunday in June bike ride to Bike Cleveland’s upcoming “Ride Together” bike safety awareness campaign for Northeast Ohio. The 37th edition of the annual recreational bike ride, taking place June 9th from Century Village in Burton, is expected to attract as many as 1,500 participants. Learn more and register at SundayInJune.com.
Everyone who rides a bike is welcome to this fully supported, classic tour through the heart of Northeast Ohio’s Amish countryside, organized by cyclists for cyclists. Choose from distances of 25, 50, 63 and 100 miles over rolling to hilly terrain on lightly-traveled roads in scenic and rural Geauga County. The ride includes rest stops, well-marked road, maps and SAG support. The start, lunch stop and finish are at historic Century Village just off the square in Burton. Register at SundayInJune.com.
“We are excited for the partnership and supporting Bike Cleveland allows our members to be a larger voice for bike advocacy than we could achieve on our own,” said David Trimble, Cleveland Touring Club Leadership Council member and advocacy committee chair. “Bike Cleveland has proven itself to be an effective partner to promote bicycle awareness and bike friendly efforts such as Complete Streets and Share the Road campaigns.”
“Bike Cleveland and the Cleveland Touring Club share the similar goal of encouraging more people to ride bikes more often” said VanSickle. “This has led to a strong partnership between the two organizations as we both want our streets to be safe for anyone who rides a bike.”
Read the full press release about Bike Cleveland’s partnership with the Cleveland Touring Club’s Sunday in June here.