The Springboro Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee is partnering with Crooked Handle Brewing Company and Mr. Boro's Tavern for 10-mile bike rides. Meet at the pubs to enjoy a 10-mile ride on the streets of Springboro. After the ride, circle back to the brewery for prizes and pub discounts. The ride will happen rain or shine. Food is available at both pubs.
Rides will happen rain or shine. Participants must be 21 years of age. Each rider must have a helmet, front and rear bike lights and reflective clothing. A cycling orientation will be provided before the ride.
Bike the Handle: July 8 and September 16
Mr. Boro's Tavern: July 29
8th Annual Bike the Boro/The Big Event: 10:00 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021
North Park, 195 Tamarack Trail
Bike the Boro, Springboro’s celebration of all things biking, includes three bike rides on the streets of Springboro followed by an expo where local bike shops, bicycle education and advocacy organizations, health and wellness organizations, public safety agencies, and others will be on hand. Bike the Boro takes place rain or shine. This event is free and open to all. Rides start at 10 a.m. and you must check-in by 9:45 a.m.
All three rides start and end at North Park. The 2-mile ride is perfect for young children and stays close to the neighborhood near North Park. The 10- and 16-mile rides offer a hilly challenge on City streets. The 16-mile ride passes through 75 percent of the City’s neighborhoods. The 10- and 16-mile rides include rest stops and support and follow riders.
Free helmet fittings courtesy of the City of Springboro and Dayton Children’s Medical Center. The Big Event festival includes bounce houses, climbing wall, Springboro Police, Clearcreek Fire and Warren County SWAT and K-9 demonstrations, equipment and vehicles. Miami Valley Hospital CareFlight will land at noon. Free face painting, sno-cones and cotton candy will be available. For more information, contact Dan Boron at email@example.com or (937) 748-6183.