July 3rd Ride – Wright Dunbar/Old Dayton/McPherson Town

Our next bike ride we’ll be visiting the west side of Dayton. We’ll ride by the location of the old Wright Brothers home and stop down the street at the Wright Cycling Complex. We will also visit the house where Paul Laurence Dunbar lived. Continuing our ride through Old Dayton to McPherson Town.

After the ride we’d like to hang out and enjoy First Friday – we’re open to suggestions of places to eat or have a drink. We’ll make an announcement the day of our ride of where we plan to meet. Hope to see you guys there. Ride out time is around 6:30 pm.

For more information about our group visit us on Facebook!

May 1st Ride! TIME CHANGE 6:30PM!!!


Ride time has changed – we’re now meeting at 6:30pm through September!

On this ride we will be visiting Old North Dayton. Our first stop will be at the The Salvation Army Kroc Center Dayton to see the Dunncarrick mansion.

Our second stop will be at the wonderful Evans Bakery.

The final stop will be by DATV.

April 3rd 2015 Ride – Community Garden Tour!

In honor of spring time we’re going to take you on some tours of the neighborhood community gardens. The gardens we will be stopping by are neighborhood operated with the help of Five Rivers Metro Park.

The garden spots we will be visiting goes as follows:
1. Huffman District Community Garden on Centre St.
2. Mission of Marry on Xenia Ave.
3. Twin Towers Community Garden on Allen St.
4. South Park Community Garden on Burns and Brown St.
5. Final stop Garden Station on Wayne Ave.

You can find more information about community gardens here: http://www.metroparks.org/GetOutside/CommunityGardening.aspx

Fees are minimal and you get the help and guidance from seasoned growers. Check to see if there is one in your neighborhood!



Great things are happening!


It’s been a while since our last post but we’re still peddling away!

Emma Jarman of Dayton City Paper contacted us to learn more about what we do for our community. You can read the entire article here: http://www.daytoncitypaper.com/youre-a-mass-hole/

Second exciting thing to happen was that we were asked to be part of the Dayton Originals project! You can read our full write up right here!

We’re so thankful to get all this positive attention! It’s our awesome bike community that keeps us doing what we’re doing.

Join us December 5th for the next First Friday ride. We’re unsure of the route but once it’s established we will post it on our Facebook account.