Northwest Ohio Virtual Ride of Silence is Wednesday | News

On Wednesday, cyclists across Ohio will hit the streets again and join the 2021 Ride of Silence worldwide, a silent procession to honor and celebrate the lives of family members and friends who have been injured or killed while cycling on public roads.

Like last year, this year’s event will be a virtual / remote event due to the impact of the coronavirus.

The program will be broadcast live at 6.45 p.m. to remember those injured or killed while cycling on public roads. Participants are asked to ride alone or with the family on a route of their choice with a start time of 7:00 p.m. Riders will be encouraged to take photos and use the hashtag # RideofSilence2021 when posting on social media. Posting on the Ride of Silence Facebook page is also recommended.

Bowling Green, Findlay and Toledo will team up during the livestream to talk to Dave Larabee, Dr. Stephen Snedden and Dr. To remember Robert Brundage. The drivers will also refer to Robert Rausch, John Flaminio, James Turner, Lukas Mason, Larry Sattler, Mary Looser, Imranur Rahman, Kenny Bender, Shannon Mühlen, Eric Ramlow, Shannon Mühlen, Tom Santoro, Imranur Rahman, Kenny Bender and Ronald Chamberlain remember and honor Lewon Talley and Dr. Mark Wladecki, Douglas Kania, Sierah Joughin, Matthew Billings, James Lambert, Emilee Gagnon, Harvey Bell III, Andy Gast, Adam Little, Jimmy Hughey, Jeff Roth and others before the start of the virtual ride of Silence.

Ohio had 20 cycling-related deaths in 2020.

This year the 12th event will take place in Toledo, the fifth in Bowling Green and the third in Findlay. Those unable to attend on Wednesday will record the livestream and ride rides as single or small group rides anytime in May.

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