The Dayton Rotary Club will host the Second Annual Dayton Rotary Ride on Saturday, June 11. Anyone is welcome to join Rotary on their ride. They’ll be riding from the Xenia Station bike hub in Xenia, heading out into Greene and Clinton Counties. There are three excellent rides mapped out for you:
A 7 mile route to allow kids and newer riders the opportunity to participate. You’ll ride the great bike trails that cross through Xenia Station.
A 50k for those with picnics, family gatherings, or those on their first bicycle tour. This route is largely flat to rolling, and takes you through the Greene County countryside.
A 100k for those demanding a full day of exercise and saddle time. It tracks the 50k in the beginning, but then breaks south into Clinton County towards the Caesar Creek Lake area. You can expect a few more hills, particularly in the later part of the ride.
Registration includes lunch and a t-shirt. The funds raised go to support the Dayton Rotary Club’s Youth Exchange Program, helping a local high school student study overseas for a year.
You can learn more on their website or by checking out their Facebook page. Ready to register? Click here to reserve your spot!
Oh, and one more thing. We’re working hard to spread the word about this great ride, but we could use your help. Could you share this with your cycling crowd, and like and share our Facebook page? If you can, we would really appreciate it.
Check in begins at 7:00 AM; we’re aiming to have everyone rolling by 8:30 AM. See you on June 11!