• Upcoming Events and Rides

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    Northern Delaware Greenway Spring Tune-up Rides
    Wednesdays, April 20-May 25 at 6:00 p.m. Co-Sponsored by White Clay Bicycle Club and Delaware Greenways. A series of rides are being offered to get people comfortable and familiar with riding the Northern Delaware Greenway Trail. Riders will meet at the Blue Ball Barn in Alapocas Run State Park, 1914 W. Park Drive, Wilmington DE 19803 (map), at 6:00 p.m. on consecutive Wednesday evenings in April and May. Please be ready to ride; mountain, hybrid or road bikes are appropriate since the route is paved. Helmets are mandatory. The rides vary in length, starting at 5 miles on week 1, and progressing to 15 miles by week 6. Shorter mileage rides are also available. An optional orientation to trail riding will be offered at 5:30 p.m. for those that are relatively new to riding and to answer any questions. Ride leader: John McCormick, 302-668-8749. Don’t forget to bring you Delaware State Park Pass!

    22nd Annual Delaware Legislator’s Ride
    May 10, 2011 rain or shine. The Legislators Ride began in May 1990, when Rep. Roger Roy led bicycling enthusiasts from the Polly Drummond Hill Shopping Center to the steps of the state capital. The ride, measuring up to 56 miles one-way from Newark, was created in order to attend the signing of the bill that created the Delaware Bicycle Council, a bike advocacy group. Since then, it has become an annual state event to promote bicycling during National Bike Month. Multiple start locations from Pike Creek to Dover are planned. Further information TBA.

    2011 Delaware Tour de Cure
    May 14, 2011. Register today to Take the Ride of Your Life! The Tour de Cure features routes of different lengths for riders of all skill levels. There’s something for everyone from a leisurely short distance to a more challenging length. Either way, Tour de Cure is a ride, not a race, so take it at your own speed and enjoy the journey. All Tour de Cure routes are safe and fully supported with route marshals, SAG vehicles, mechanical support, and rest stops stocked with hydration and a variety of snacks to keep you fueled. At the finish, you will be welcomed with cheering volunteers, great food and more. Event page HERE. Pre-register on Active.com HERE.

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