Often called the most popular/bestest destination CCM rides to, this will be our FOURTH year ending at Coit Farmer’s Market and as usual, they have rolled out the red carpet for us!
(TO BE ANNOUNCED)
**BEER! (by donation)
All participants are experienced home brewers who are donating all ingredients, time, & expertise towards assisting the Coit Road Farmers Market in raising money to assure the continued operation of the ‘longest operating year-round farmers market in greater Cleveland’.
(PARTICIPANTS TO BE ANNOUNCED)
Please remember that Coit Road Farmers Market is CASH ONLY!!!
For those wishing to park at the destination and mini-mass in with other cyclists, here is the address:
Coit Road Farmer’s Market
15000 Woodworth Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44110
Meet at Mall A at 6:30 PM. Leave promptly at 7:00 PM.
LET’S RIDE SOME BIKES!
In memory of Matthew Billings, cyclist are asked to wear
We will show off the Orchestra’s old haunts, Grays Armory and The Masonic Auditorium before swinging by their current home, Severance Hall. We will then take a small tour of Slavic Village before ending at the Velodrome (at Broadway and Pershing Avenues).
***The Cleveland Orchestra will be performing the National Anthem before the start of the Velodrome cycling races!***
(How cool is that?)
You can start the day by biking to work. Bike to Work Day Party @ the Bike Rack (2148 E. 4th St.)-
Located at The Bike Rack, people on bikes will be welcomed from 7am – 9am with free coffee( from Erie Island Coffee II), and delicious bagels (provided by Cleveland Bagel Co.), area bike info, and more!
The first five attendees will receive free parking at Cleveland Bike Rack that morning!
To learn more about Bike to Work Day visit BikeCleveland.org/BTWD.
Due to Public Square being closed, we will once again meet at Mall A (Veterans’ Memorial Plaza) by the Fountain of Eternal Life (just east of the Key Tower between Rockwell and St. Clair Avenues) at 6:30 PM and ride off promptly at 7:00 PM.
LET’S RIDE SOME BIKES!!!
Night Market Recap !
Video by Ken Lewis
Thank You Cleveland Night Market for the invite to what turned out to be a great party!
Thank you Councilman Cimperman for not only sponsoring our permit but also for showing up to ride with us!
It seems our police escort didn’t get the memo on the start time???? (whatever) Our Corkers, as always protected the Mass as we road around Cleveland’s Ward 3. We did have our first ever Cleveland Mounted Police Cork on Professor and W10th, Thank you guys, you did a great job!
Weather: 84 degrees with 14 MPH WSW winds
Route: July 2015
Event page: Facebook event
Parade Permit: July 2015 Permit
Photos by Brian Fyfe
The fusion of ethnic food, wares and entertainment. The enjoyment of visitors exploring the ethnic and cultural attractions of the area. Music playing while shoppers and roving food carts weave through the marketplace. Join us under the stars and experience local arts, crafts, produce, food and entertainment, The Night Market not only wishes to encourage alternative modes of transportation, they do their thing on the last Friday of every month❤. Matchmaker.com can’t even start a love affair like this one. So this month after a ride around our fair city we will party with new friends at the Night Market. (Rockwell & East 21st, Cleveland, Ohio 44114) There will be secure parking on site available at The Plain Dealer
Parking Garage by Northeast Ohio Media Group for $5. Off site parking will also be available at the Hotcards parking lot located right off of Superior Road.
This month we will also be rolling out the 2015 T-shirt.This years design was started from the desk of Cara McManus. We finished up one of her rough drafts added some glow in the dark and had them printed on an American Apparel grass green shirt. Production cost ran a little higher this year so they will be sold for $15.00.
Remember it will also be Bike To Work Day!!! (we know that’s everyday for some of you lucky ones). Bike to Work Day Party at the Bike Rack (2148 E. 4th St.) Located at The Bike Rack, people on bikes will be welcomed from 7am – 9am with free coffee( from Erie Island Coffee II), and delicious bagels (provided by Cleveland Bagel Co.), area bike info, and more!
To learn more about Bike to Work Day visit BikeCleveland.org/BTWD
Once again, (despite sending in the application on June second) we don’t have a permit. Stay safe, and obey all traffic laws.
Bike to the Beach Party!!!
Ride your bicycle to the beach and enjoy a party under the stars! It’s June and Euclid welcomes Cleveland Critical Mass for a third year. Bike Euclid invites you to the Second Annual Bike to the Beach Party, June 26, 2015, at Kenneth J. Sims Park 23131 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, Ohio 44123. The ride will end in time to enjoy sunset. Beer and food will be available at the beach and you may also enjoy one of the local restaurants such as The Paragon and Beach Club Bistro. If you decide to pack a picnic, please no glass. There will be a fire to roast marshmallows. Bring a stick because they were in short supply last year. Thank you to Rebecca McFarland, of the Euclid Public Library, who will again be providing S’more fixings.
So now you’re thinking, sunset and an evening under the stars may not be enough. I want to sleep under the stars. Or perhaps you want to test out your new touring gear. Well, now is your chance. Overnight Primitive Tent Camping on the beach is available only for this special event, $5/camper. Simply bring your gear and register at the Bike Euclid table upon your arrival. Registration will be available before the ride from 4pm-5:30, as well as after the ride. Campers must break camp by noon. And yes, in the morning, the Mayor Bill Cervenik will again be flipping pancakes for breakfast!
Parking will be available at the park in the grass to the south of the Henn Mansion. We ask that you please do not park in the lot immediately adjacent to the building as this lot is used by those renting the facility. Overnight parking will be available for those registered to camp.
Collinwood and Euclid residents have been invited to join in the ride as it passes through their neighborhoods. A local ‘Mini-Mass’ will gather at Cebar’s Euclid Tavern (595 East 185th Street) at 8:00 PM to join the ride as we go by at approximately 8:15 PM. Cleveland Critical Mass will leave downtown Cleveland at 7pm, will be at the intersection of East 185th St & Lakeshore Blvd. no later than 8:30pm, and will arrive at Sims Park in time for sunset. All times are estimates.
If you plan to start your evening in Euclid and ride downtown, here is a route Bike Euclid suggests: http://mapq.st/1HPKo54
And if you plan to wake up in Euclid on Saturday, we encourage you to attend the Waterloo Arts Fest, http://waterlooarts.org/waterloo-arts-fest-2015/
Here are two good routes from Sims Park to Waterloo:
Due to Public Square being closed, we will once again meet at Mall A (Veterans’ Memorial Plaza) by the Fountain of Eternal Life (just east of the Key Tower between Rockwell and St. Clair Avenues) at 6:30 PM and ride off at 7:00 PM.
LET’S RIDE SOME BIKES!!!
Video by Ken Lewis
Officers Sanderson and Janusczak stayed at our rear which allowed the Mass to safely take two lanes.