Upcoming Events

Bike Ypsi Spring Ride & Festival 2016

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Now in it’s 8th year, and always the first Sunday in May, a fun way to officially welcome the summer riding season.

 

The 2016 Spring Ride will include a 15 mile ride exploring the roads and routes in the city of Ypsilanti, a 30 mile ride and a 40 mile ride for those wishing to challenge themselves, and see the surrounding areas. There is also a short family ride around the neighborhood for the small humans. All rides with have Bike Ypsi guides, as well as a support vehicle, and will focus on promoting safe, smart, fun riding.

 

There will be local bike shops on hand to perform maintenance before and after the ride to ensure that your bike is ready for the roads.

 

And, as always, the ride will be followed by a cookout with food provided for the cyclists by local companies and festivities galore.

 

Sign up and Join us May 1st, 2016!

 

Recreation Park
1015 North Congress
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Check-in for the 15, 30, and 40-mile rides begins at 9:00am.  Family Ride check-in begins at 10:00am.

 

Ride departure times:

Noon — lunch, games, and bike-related shenanigans!

 

Helmets are strongly recommended for all riders and mandatory (state law) for all riders under 16. All minors must be accompanied on any ride by a parent/guardian.

 

We also recommend you bring:

  • sun block
  • sun glasses
  • ride snack
  • water bottle
  • flat repair kit

Ride Of Silence – 2016

ROSWednesday, May 18th, 2016
Recreation Park (Oakwood at Congress) Ypsilanti
7:00 pm

 

Silent bicycle ride to commemorate bicyclists killed or injured while riding and part of a world-wide event urging everyone, cyclists and motorists, to “share the road”. Ride length of 9 miles at a relaxed pace taking approximately one hour. The Washtenaw County ride is in Ypsilanti and cosponsored by the Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society (www.aabts.org) and Bike Ypsi (www.bikeypsi.org).

 

The ride is free and open to the public. All participants are asked to wear a helmet and to obey all traffic laws, including stop signs and signals. For more information about the Ride Of Silence itself visit www.rideofsilence.org.

 

For more information about the Ypsilanti Ride Of Silence visit the Bike-Bus-Walk Ypsilanti web page at www.bbwypsi.org and click on the “Ride Of Silence” tab. For further information you can contact Bob at 734-487-9058 or at wolverbob@gmail.com.