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Evanston Ride of Silence


Evanston Ride of Silence

Time: May 21, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Chandler Neuberger Center
Street: 1028 W. Central
City/Town: Evanston
Phone: 312-320-1918
Event Type: ride, of, silence
Organized By: David Barish
Latest Activity: May 23, 2014

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The Evanston Ride of Silence  will leave from the Chandler Neuberger Center near the Central St. L stop at 7pm. We will ride 11 miles in silence to Tommy Nevins Pub, 1454 Shermer, Evanston. Please bring a light if you are riding after Tommy Nevins as it will be dark by then. This is an Evanston Bike club, ride that is open to all riders.

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Comment by David Barish on May 22, 2014 at 8:00am

We had twenty riders and one dog. We also had a visit from Bart Longacre who was injured in April when a driver took out him, another car and a scooter in a series of crashes. Bart is coming along from his injuries but is not yet able to ride his bike. His story was told along with others to prepare us for our ride of silence. Wheel and Sprocket gave out shirts so we rode as a team in Ride of Silence shirts. I handed out stickers provided by Elizabeth. After a ride in silence on a lovely evening we ended with a roar in front of Wheel and Sprocket where pizza and beer were provided. We engaged in the conversations that had been held back during the ride. Many pictures were snapped and they will follow.

Comment by David Barish on May 12, 2014 at 2:35pm

Wheel and Sprocket at 1027 Davis in Evanston has graciously agreed to partner with the Evanston Ride of Silence again! We will end our ride at Wheel and Sprocket where we can check out the stuff in the shop, talk about the ride and eat and drink fare provided by W & S. Those of you who have ROS shirts from last year, please wear them. Wheel and Sprocket will have a limited number of shirts for riders who need them. Thanks!

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