Ypsilanti Bike To Work Day & Commuter Station

Ypsilanti Bike To Work Day & Commuter Station

Ypsilanti Bike To Work Day & Commuter Station Friday, May 17th Beezy’s Cafe, 20 North Washington Street, Ypsilanti  Times are listed below.   This Friday, consider bicycling to work, to class, for errands, for a meal, or for any other local activity in Ypsilanti (a League of American Bicyclists Bike...
Ypsilanti Ride Of Silence

Ypsilanti Ride Of Silence

Ypsilanti Ride Of Silence Wednesday, May 15th – 7pm Recreation Park – Rutherford Pool Parking Area, Congress at Elm, Ypsilanti Silent ride held around the world on the 3rd Wednesday of May to commemorate bicyclists killed or injured while riding and part of a world-wide event urging everyone, cyclists and...
Bike Ypsi Spring Ride 2019

Bike Ypsi Spring Ride 2019

Bike Ypsi Spring Ride 2019 Sunday, May 5th Photos on FB at https://www.facebook.com/pg/bikeypsi/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10157528686266929 Recreation Park, 1015 North Congress, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 The Bike Ypsi Spring Ride and Festival is the perfect event to jump start your summer of cycling. With guided rides for all skill levels, mechanics to get your bike road ready,...
Spring Ride Planning Meeting

Spring Ride Planning Meeting

The Bike Ypsi Spring Ride is on! We need people to help. There are all types of volunteer opportunities, small and large. Come help us plan it and have some fun! Sunday, March 10th, 4 PM Arbor Brewing Brewpub (corner brewery) 720 Norris St., Ypsilanti, MI 48198 Hope to see you...
Bike Ypsi 2018 Annual Meeting

Bike Ypsi 2018 Annual Meeting

  It’s time to talk rides for 2018! Want to plan something for the Ypsilanti area? An espresso ride? Brewery Tour? Dirt road ride? Little kid bike meander? Historic places of Ypsilanti ride? We got you. Come talk.   Sunday, February 25th, 4-6 PM Maiz Mexican Cantina, Fiesta Room, 36 East...
Upcoming Events
Ypsilanti Bike To Work Day & Commuter Station

Ypsilanti Bike To Work Day & Commuter Station

Ypsilanti Bike To Work Day & Commuter Station

Friday, May 17th

Beezy’s Cafe, 20 North Washington Street, Ypsilanti 

Times are listed below.

 

This Friday, consider bicycling to work, to class, for errands, for a meal, or for any other local activity in Ypsilanti (a League of American Bicyclists Bike Friendly Community). This one day of the year is dedicated to getting people on bikes for local transportation where in the past they may have hopped in a car, so give it a try. You will also get some healthy exercise and save money in the process.

If you are bike riding in (or through) Ypsilanti this Friday morning, stop by the Bike Commuter Station from 7am to 9am in front of Beezy’s Café (20 North Washington Street) for biking/walking information, maps, free coffee/snacks and to enter a raffle for bike-related prizes. Also, in honor of Bike To Work Day, Beezy’s will be providing free coffee all day long May 17th (7am to 4pm) to cyclists who show their helmet to the cashier.

For those needing to go to Ann Arbor, join the Bike Ypsi group commute ride to Ann Arbor leaving at 8am from Beezy’s (they open at 7am for breakfast). For more information, including other bike commuter stations set up around Ann Arbor, visit https://www.getdowntown.org/events/commuter-challenge.

Ypsilanti Ride Of Silence

Ypsilanti Ride Of Silence

Ypsilanti Ride Of Silence
Wednesday, May 15th – 7pm
Recreation Park – Rutherford Pool Parking Area, Congress at Elm, Ypsilanti

Silent ride held around the world on the 3rd Wednesday of May to commemorate bicyclists killed or injured while riding and part of a world-wide event urging everyone, cyclists and motorists, to “share the road”. The Ypsilanti Ride Of Silence takes place at 7pm at Recreation Park – Rutherford Pool Parking Area, Congress at Elm, Ypsilanti (map at https://goo.gl/maps/8sBRH7j5Rzj). Ride length of 9 miles at a relaxed pace taking approximately one hour. Co-sponsored by the Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society (www.aabts.org), Bike Ypsi (www.bikeypsi.org) and the Program To Educate All Cyclists (www.bikeprogram.org). For more information, including a route map, visit www.bbwypsi.org and click on the ROS button. For more information about the Ride Of Silence in general, visit www.rideofsilence.org.