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Metroparks Bicycle Tour

Posted 7/11/2024

On Saturday, July 20, 2024, the Metroparks Bicycle Tour offers routes through four scenic Toledo Metroparks, with distances ranging from 15 to 100 miles, and provides views of the historic Maumee River. The event begins at Fallen Timbers Middle School in Whitehouse, Ohio, with registration open from 7 AM to 10 AM. Snack stops and a lunch stop are included, with all riders required to wear helmets and follow safety regulations. Online registration closes on July 18, with day-of registration available at increased fees.

Portage River Bicycle Tour - 6/23/2024

Posted 6/14/2024

Starting at Woodmore High School in Elmore OH and following the Portage River, this flat ride offers routes of 10, 31, 62, and 100 miles! Registration is 7-11 AM on Sunday, June 23.  You can find more route and registration information on the Maumee Valley Adventurers website.

2024 Ride of Silence

Posted 5/17/2024

Wednesday at 7 p.m. over 200 cyclists met at the University of Toledo and in Bowling Green as part of an international movement to remember people who have been injured or killed while riding a bicycle. The cyclists participated in a slow-paced public ride, bringing awareness to safety and bicyclists’ right to use public roadways.


Bike Month 2024

Posted 5/7/2024

May is National Bike Month! Celebrated in communities throughout the country, National Bike Month is a chance to showcase the many benefits of bicycling — and encourage more folks to give biking a try. Visit the TMACOG website for a list of Bike Month events in the Toledo area!

30th Anniversary for Wabash Cannonball Trail

Posted 3/24/2024

Thirty years ago today, the Wabash Cannonball Trail was created from 64 miles of former railroad corridor property. Then the Northwestern Ohio Rails-to-Trails Association (NORTA) needed only 2 days to clean up 2.5 miles on the South Fork in order to declare that section of trail open for business! Commemorate the anniversary by visiting the Wabash Cannonball website and taking a ride on the trail this spring!