August 2015 ride to the Velodrome


This month, Cleveland Critical Mass is partnering up with the Cleveland Orchestra and Slavic Village Development for a ride to the Cleveland Velodrome!

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

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.

Facebook event page

Bike To Work Day: August 2015

July 2015 Recap

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!

Riders: 740

Weather: 84 degrees with 14 MPH WSW winds

Route: July 2015

Event page: Facebook event

Parade Permit: July 2015 Permit

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Photos by Brian Fyfe