Thank You to all who attended! We definitely made Cara proud all the way to the last cork. Many of us have said our goodbyes to our friend Cara these past days, and many new people have gotten to know Cara from the ways we have said our goodbyes. Her body was laid to rest in Union Cemetery but her spirit will live on in the many lives she has touched. Cara will always be our Cycling Sister.
Cara has asked for donations be made to Breath Deep Cleveland in lieu of flowers.
Last night Cara finished her long climb up the steep hill of life. She wasn’t just one of the many voices of our Mass, she was our courage. She showed us how to bravely face our challenges with grace and grit. Tonight we will ride with her in our hart’s with thoughts of her family on our minds. We will greatly miss you Cara.
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.
This month after we spin around our beautiful city we will visit friends and fellow Bike Nerds at the Ohio City Bicycle Co-Op. The Co-Op has invited their new neighbors Brick and Barrel Brewery to join party (I guess we know who is making the beer run).
Facebook event page, invite a friend
There Will be no permits pulled for this ride so riders are encouraged to obey all traffic laws.
The Nash in Slavic Village (3563 E. 80th St. Cleveland 44105)
Mahall’s (13200 Madison Ave., Lakewood, OH 44107)
13F, with a wind chill of -4F
We rode through some of Cleveland’s best West Side neighborhoods, with stops on Wetzel & Delora Avenues, where two houses have over 12,000 Christmas lights apiece synchronized to music.
Dina’s Pizza & Pub in Old Brooklyn (5701 Memphis Ave. Cleveland 44144).