Nov
24
9:30 AM09:30

OSU v Michigan

Game time noon, Yay Valet! opens @ 9:30. 

Everyone knows you NEVER drive to an OSU football game! Bike there instead! Our valet is right on the bike path where it intersects with Woody Hayes Dr, mere steps from the Shoe. Here's all you need to know about parking with us. And/or:

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Nov
27
6:00 PM18:00

How we Roll For Yay Bikes! Members

 How We Roll night ride!

How We Roll night ride!

Yay Bikes! is pleased to provide our premier on-road bicycling education! During a How We Roll course, groups of up to 5 cyclists enjoy a casual ride through downtown Columbus that prepares them to safely and confidently navigate urban streets. Topics include bicycle traffic law, proper lane positioning and Q&A on any additional topic of interest. This month we will be leaving from the Grange Audubon Center in the evening and will be able to take in the holiday lights throughout downtown during the ride! Be sure to bring lights!

Please read the FAQs below for our policies regarding registration, cancellation, inclement weather, etc. Then contact Heidi with additional questions!

FAQs

Q: Where do we meet?

A: The Grange Audubon Center 505 W Whittier Columbus Ohio 43215

Q: What happens during the rides?

A: After introductions and a brief safety chat, we head out on the road and ride for a couple of miles at a time, stopping periodically for ride leaders to check in, discuss features of the route, process incidents that occur, answer questions and critique unsafe riding habits. We ride approximately 8 miles, then return to the start, where participants can ask final questions.

Q: What if I can't make it for the whole ride?

A: If you can't stick around until the ride concludes, please refrain from signing up for this ride. Ride leaders will not be available to escort participants back to start, with the exception of emergency situations. There will be another ride you can join soon!

Q: What should I bring with me?

A: Bring a helmet, a WORKING bicycle and, if it will get dark by the end of our ride, front and rear lights. Otherwise, just bring whatever will make you comfortable on the ride (e.g., phone, bottle of water, snacks, sunscreen, medication, etc.).

Q: Will there be someone available to help me fix/adjust my bicycle?

A: Unfortunately, no—our instructors cannot spend time making adjustments. If an instructor deems your bicycle unsafe or unrideable for ANY reason (e.g., low tire pressure, loose brakes or other parts, etc.) you will be asked to leave and re-register for a later class.

Q: How should I dress?

A: Wear whatever weather-appropriate clothing makes you comfortable! There is no need to wear cycling-specific clothing unless you want to. Helmets, however, are REQUIRED on this ride. And good quality gloves are highly recommended.

Q: What happens if the weather is bad?

A: We don't roll in thunderstorms or icy conditions, but we do roll in rain and light snow. Decisions regarding cancellations will be made and communicated by email within 2 hours of your ride. If there is no notification, you may assume that the ride is still on.

Q: What if I'm not a very strong cyclist?

A: How We Roll is paced according to the slowest rider in the group, and each ride features several stops for instruction. If you possess basic bike handling skills and can ride 8 miles within 2 hours, you should be fine. If you are concerned about your ability to complete the ride, you'll want to pay special attention to the bicycle you use. Bicycles that fit well and those that have thinner tires are easier to ride than those with a poor fit or thick, knobby tires. And inflating your tires with air can do wonders for your ease of ride!

Q: Can I bring my kid(s)?

A: We welcome young people who are riding with parents or caregivers who are members, possess basic bike handling skills and can comfortably ride 8 miles within 2 hours. In general, we recommend age 12 and up, but use your discretion! Please do make sure your kids are registered separately.

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Dec
8
10:00 AM10:00

Year of Yay! TBD

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Stay tuned for ride details and our route!


Year of Yay! is a series of 12 monthly bicycle tours showcasing various businesses, organizations, sites and parts of town around a different theme each month. Kicking off at Lucky's Market at 10am every second Saturday, this casual no-drop ride is approximately 20 miles but rolls at a conversational pace and accommodates most riders. Rides are free for Yay Bikes! members and our first-time guests. Join today and check out some additional ride FAQs!

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Dec
11
6:00 PM18:00

How we Roll For Yay Bikes! members

 How We Roll holiday lights!

How We Roll holiday lights!

Yay Bikes! is pleased to provide our premier on-road bicycling education! During a How We Roll course, groups of up to 5 cyclists enjoy a casual ride through downtown Columbus that prepares them to safely and confidently navigate urban streets. Topics include bicycle traffic law, proper lane positioning and Q&A on any additional topic of interest. This month we will be leaving the Grange Audubon Center and will take in the holiday lights through German Village and Downtown Columbus. Be sure to bring lights and dress for the North Pole!

Please read the FAQs below for our policies regarding registration, cancellation, inclement weather, etc. Then contact Heidi with additional questions!

FAQs

Q: Where do we meet?

A: The Grange Audubon Center 505 W Whittier Columbus Ohio 43215

Q: What happens during the rides?

A: After introductions and a brief safety chat, we head out on the road and ride for a couple of miles at a time, stopping periodically for ride leaders to check in, discuss features of the route, process incidents that occur, answer questions and critique unsafe riding habits. We ride approximately 8 miles, then return to the start, where participants can ask final questions.

Q: What if I can't make it for the whole ride?

A: If you can't stick around until the ride concludes, please refrain from signing up for this ride. Ride leaders will not be available to escort participants back to start, with the exception of emergency situations. There will be another ride you can join soon!

Q: What should I bring with me?

A: Bring a helmet, a WORKING bicycle and, if it will get dark by the end of our ride, front and rear lights. Otherwise, just bring whatever will make you comfortable on the ride (e.g., phone, bottle of water, snacks, sunscreen, medication, etc.).

Q: Will there be someone available to help me fix/adjust my bicycle?

A: Unfortunately, no—our instructors cannot spend time making adjustments. If an instructor deems your bicycle unsafe or unrideable for ANY reason (e.g., low tire pressure, loose brakes or other parts, etc.) you will be asked to leave and re-register for a later class.

Q: How should I dress?

A: Wear whatever weather-appropriate clothing makes you comfortable! There is no need to wear cycling-specific clothing unless you want to. Helmets, however, are REQUIRED on this ride. And good quality gloves are highly recommended.

Q: What happens if the weather is bad?

A: We don't roll in thunderstorms or icy conditions, but we do roll in rain and light snow. Decisions regarding cancellations will be made and communicated by email within 2 hours of your ride. If there is no notification, you may assume that the ride is still on.

Q: What if I'm not a very strong cyclist?

A: How We Roll is paced according to the slowest rider in the group, and each ride features several stops for instruction. If you possess basic bike handling skills and can ride 8 miles within 2 hours, you should be fine. If you are concerned about your ability to complete the ride, you'll want to pay special attention to the bicycle you use. Bicycles that fit well and those that have thinner tires are easier to ride than those with a poor fit or thick, knobby tires. And inflating your tires with air can do wonders for your ease of ride!

Q: Can I bring my kid(s)?

A: We welcome young people who are riding with parents or caregivers who are members, possess basic bike handling skills and can comfortably ride 8 miles within 2 hours. In general, we recommend age 12 and up, but use your discretion! Please do make sure your kids are registered separately.

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Nov
10
10:00 AM10:00

Year of Yay! Veterans

 This month's volunteer ride leader: Vonjia Shannon

This month's volunteer ride leader: Vonjia Shannon

This month Vonjia Shannon will be taking us on a VETERANS–themed ride. We'll visit the brand new National Veterans Memorial and Museum, see an exhibit featuring artists from the Ohio Department of Veterans Services at the Riffe Gallery., and before the ride comes to an end, we will stop by the Military Veterans Resource Center, where we will have the opportunity to donate canned goods or unopened boxed foods, for those in need. Yay you! Yay Bikes! Yay Veterans!

Stay tuned for our route!


Year of Yay! is a series of 12 monthly bicycle tours showcasing various businesses, organizations, sites and parts of town around a different theme each month. Kicking off at Lucky's Market at 10am every second Saturday, this casual no-drop ride is approximately 20 miles but rolls at a conversational pace and accommodates most riders. Rides are free for Yay Bikes! members and our first-time guests. Join today and check out some additional ride FAQs!

Register for this ride!

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Nov
3
11:00 AM11:00

OSU v Nebraska time TBD

Game time TBD. 

Everyone knows you NEVER drive to an OSU football game! Bike there instead! Our valet is right on the bike path where it intersects with Woody Hayes Dr, mere steps from the Shoe. Here's all you need to know about parking with us. And/or:

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Oct
21
4:30 AM04:30

Yay Valet @ Columbus Marathon

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You're already running a marathon, why not add a few miles on the bike to make it a duathlon? We'll be at the Columbus Marathon start/finish line at Southwest Corner of McPherson Commons behind the VIP tent—come see us! Here's some info on parking with Yay Valet! Click on Columbus Marathon link above for all your important race day info!

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Oct
13
11:00 AM11:00

OSU v Minnesota

Game time TBD. 

Everyone knows you NEVER drive to an OSU football game! Bike there instead! Our valet is right on the bike path where it intersects with Woody Hayes Dr, mere steps from the Shoe. Here's all you need to know about parking with us. And/or:

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Oct
13
10:00 AM10:00

Year of Yay! Believe It or Not

 This month's volunteer ride leader: Meredith Reed

This month's volunteer ride leader: Meredith Reed

This month Meredith Reed will be taking us on a BELIEVE IT OR NOT–themed ride with the following stops:

First up is the origination of our ride’s theme—LR Design+Build, a local design, engineering and fabrication firm that creates installations for Ripley’s “Believe It Or Not” attractions and more.

Then we’ll head to CBUS Lifting Co., where we’ll learn about the powerlifting community in Columbus.

Route details are still being finalized. Stay tuned!


Year of Yay! is a series of 12 monthly bicycle tours showcasing various businesses, organizations, sites and parts of town around a different theme each month. Kicking off at Lucky's Market at 10am every second Saturday, this casual no-drop ride is approximately 20 miles but rolls at a conversational pace and accommodates most riders. Rides are free for Yay Bikes! members and our first-time guests. Join today and check out some additional ride FAQs!

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Oct
6
11:00 AM11:00

OSU v Indiana time TBD

Game time TBD. 

Everyone knows you NEVER drive to an OSU football game! Bike there instead! Our valet is right on the bike path where it intersects with Woody Hayes Dr, mere steps from the Shoe. Here's all you need to know about parking with us. And/or:

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Sep
29
11:00 AM11:00

Yay Valet @ Grand Opening of Grove City Methodist Hospital

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Sep
22
11:00 AM11:00

OSU v Tulane time TBD

Game time TBD. 

Everyone knows you NEVER drive to an OSU football game! Bike there instead! Our valet is right on the bike path where it intersects with Woody Hayes Dr, mere steps from the Shoe. Here's all you need to know about parking with us. And/or:

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Sep
8
11:00 AM11:00

Yay Valet! @ OSU v Rutgers

Game time 3:30p, Yay Valet! opens @ 11. 

Everyone knows you NEVER drive to an OSU football game! Bike there instead! Our valet is right on the bike path where it intersects with Woody Hayes Dr, mere steps from the Shoe. Here's all you need to know about parking with us. And/or:

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Sep
8
10:00 AM10:00

Year of Yay! Art Hop

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This month, ride leader Taryn Wilson will be taking us on an Art–inspired ride. First, we will be head towards the downtown area, to stop briefly at the Columbus Museum of Art. Right next door, is The Columbus College of Art and Design's Acock Gallery, where we will do a self guided tour, to expand our minds in the most Artsy way. Last but certainly not least, we will tour down to the west side of Columbus to Glass Axis, where we have a opportunity to observe a glass blowing workshop, check out the gift shop, and learn about so pretty cool exhibits and class their studio has to offer.  We are looking forward to riding with you Saturday. Yay You! Yay Bikes! Yay Art!

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Year of Yay! is a series of 12 monthly bicycle tours showcasing various businesses, organizations, sites and parts of town around a different theme each month. Kicking off at Lucky's Market at 10am every second Saturday, this casual no-drop ride is approximately 20 miles but rolls at a conversational pace and accommodates most riders. Rides are free for Yay Bikes! members and our first-time guests. Join today and check out some additional ride FAQs!

Register for this ride!

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Sep
7
to Sep 8

Yay Valet @ Marion Popcorn Festival

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Yay Bikes!  will be parking bicycles at the Marion Popcorn Festival Friday, September 7 and Saturday, September 8 from noon - 6:00 pm on both days. This festival is one of Ohio’s premier festival events, named one of the Top 100 Events in North America by the American Bus Association. Located in downtown Marion, Ohio, it is the largest popcorn festival in the world annually attracting crowds in excess of 250,000.  From national acts on the Main Stage to regional and local talent on the Showcase and Poppin' Party Stages, the Festival offers tons of free entertainment, fun rides and delicios food.  Come on over the our Yay Valet and park your bike for free!

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Sep
3
10:00 AM10:00

Yay Valet! @ Upper Arlington Arts Festival

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It's time to enjoy some art and festivities at one of our favorite annual events! Ride to the Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival and bring some big panniers to haul all those treasures home with you.

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Sep
1
9:30 AM09:30

Yay Valet! @ OSU v Oregon State

Game time noon, Yay Valet! opens @ 9:30. 

Everyone knows you NEVER drive to an OSU football game! Bike there instead! Our valet is right on the bike path where it intersects with Woody Hayes Dr, mere steps from the Shoe. Here's all you need to know about parking with us. And/or:

Volunteer at this event!

 

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Sep
1
5:30 AM05:30

VOLUNTEER for Bike the Cbus (Day of)

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Columbus' original city-wide ride since 2008, Bike the Cbus is a self-guided group tour highlighting our city’s unique and evolving center-ring neighborhoods. The ride features four Neighborhood Routes of varying lengths that total approximately 30 miles, of which participants can ride as many or few as they choose. More seasoned cyclists can ride Bike the CbusPLUS, a unique SAG-supported urban Metric Century Route (62 miles) through Franklin County. Along each route, there are stops hosted by local organizations who provide snacks and entertainment.

Help is needed on the day of the ride for all kinds of tasks—and many of these positions allow you to register and ride the route as well! All volunteers receive a free Bike the Cbus t-shirt and all are invited to ride the traveling pre-ride route vetting party on Saturday, August 26th!

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Aug
31
5:00 PM17:00

VOLUNTEER for Bike the Cbus (Pre-registration)

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Columbus' original city-wide ride since 2008, Bike the Cbus is a self-guided group tour highlighting our city’s unique and evolving center-ring neighborhoods. The ride features four Neighborhood Routes of varying lengths that total approximately 30 miles, of which participants can ride as many or few as they choose. More seasoned cyclists can ride Bike the CbusPLUS, a unique SAG-supported urban Metric Century Route (62 miles) through Franklin County. Along each route, there are stops hosted by local organizations who provide snacks and entertainment.

Help is needed on the Friday before the ride to sign up last-minute registrants and sign in those already registered. If you've got an iPad and/or smart phone, please bring that and your charger. Training will occur on-site. All volunteers receive a free Bike the Cbus t-shirt and all are invited to ride the traveling pre-ride route vetting party on Saturday, August 26th!

Register to help!

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Aug
29
1:00 PM13:00

VOLUNTEER for Bike the Cbus (Sign Posting)

Columbus' original city-wide ride since 2008, Bike the Cbus is a self-guided group tour highlighting our city’s unique and evolving center-ring neighborhoods. The ride features four Neighborhood Routes of varying lengths that total approximately 30 miles, of which participants can ride as many or few as they choose. More seasoned cyclists can ride Bike the CbusPLUS, a unique SAG-supported urban Metric Century Route (62 miles) through Franklin County. Along each route, there are stops hosted by local organizations who provide snacks and entertainment.

Help is needed on the Wednesday before the ride to post signs along the route alerting riders to turns and opportunities for rest, refreshments and bicycle maintenance. Bring a Phillips head screw driver if you have one. All volunteers receive a free Bike the Cbus t-shirt and all are invited to ride the traveling pre-ride route vetting party on Saturday, August 26th!

'Sign up' to help (haha)!

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Aug
16
4:30 PM16:30

Yay Valet! @ Jay-Z & Beyonce Concert (OSU Stadium)

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There is NO better way to get to the show. We're just steps from the Shoe, at Woody Hayes Dr and the bike path! Here's how to park with us. And, if you're so inclined...

Volunteer for a shift to help park bikes!

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Aug
15
6:00 PM18:00

Studio 35 & REI Movie Night - Pee Wee's Big Adventure!

 Pee Wee's Big Adventure at Studio 35 brought to you by REI!

Pee Wee's Big Adventure at Studio 35 brought to you by REI!

Channel your inner 1980s self and join us at Studio 35 for a viewing of Pee Wee’s Big Adventure- about an eccentric child-like man who embarks on an adventure to recover his beloved red bicycle. Tickets are $10 and 100% of ticket sales go directly to fund the good work of Yay Bikes! because our awesome sponsors REI and Studio 35 are doing all the work organizing this shin dig! Tickets sold at the door beginning at 6:00pm. Movie starts at 7:00pm. But wait, theres more! REI is hosting a gear drawing following the end of the film! Yay Bikes! Yay REI! Yay Studio 35! Yay Pee Wee! Yay YOU! Yay US!

 

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Aug
11
10:00 AM10:00

Year of Yay! Radio

 This month's volunteer ride leader: Kaitlin Clark

This month's volunteer ride leader: Kaitlin Clark

 

This month, ride leader Kaitlin Clark will be taking us on a RADIO–inspired ride. First we stop to learn a little about one of Columbus' public media stations, WOSU and receive a presentation about WOSU TV from Yay Bikes! member Mary Rathke. Next, we will head to the opposite side of High Street to spend sometime at CD102.5, where we will have a opportunity to enjoy some amazing treats and beverages while learning about what their station provides to its supporting communities.  The DRAFT route is here. Feel free to bring an empty water bottle with you, to take a iced coffee or tea back on the road. Did I mention, they ARE DELICIOUS!


Year of Yay! is a series of 12 monthly bicycle tours showcasing various businesses, organizations, sites and parts of town around a different theme each month. Kicking off at Lucky's Market at 10am every second Saturday, this casual no-drop ride is approximately 20 miles but rolls at a conversational pace and accommodates most riders. Rides are free for Yay Bikes! members and our first-time guests. Join today and check out some additional ride FAQs!

Register for this ride!

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Aug
11
9:00 AM09:00

Yay Valet! @ Grove City EcoFest

We're returning for one of our favorite annual events—Grove City EcoFest, now in downtown Grove City! Visit their site for where we'll be located, and all the many vendors and exhibits you can explore. Be sure to arrive early for the Bike the Mayor Ike! 

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Jul
21
11:00 AM11:00

REI (Dublin) Bike Day

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Join us at REI Dublin for a fun Bike Day! There will be bike maintenance classes, a bike drive (bring your old bikes to donate!) and more. Stay tuned for additional event details. In the meantime, sign up below to help spread the Yay Bikes! gospel:

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Jul
14
10:00 AM10:00

Year of Yay! Flower Power

 This month's volunteer ride leader: Taryn Wilson

This month, ride leader Taryn Wilson will be taking us on a FLOWER POWER–inspired ride. First we stop to smell the roses at the beautiful Park of Roses, then head to Oakland Park Nursery to check out their biggest sale of the year, and finally we travel through the grounds of the Franklin Park checking out the grounds of Franklin Park Conservatory. The DRAFT route is here. Yay Bikes! Yay Flowers! Yay You!


Year of Yay! is a series of 12 monthly bicycle tours showcasing various businesses, organizations, sites and parts of town around a different theme each month. Kicking off at Lucky's Market at 10am every second Saturday, this casual no-drop ride is approximately 20 miles but rolls at a conversational pace and accommodates most riders. Rides are free for Yay Bikes! members and our first-time guests. Join today and check out some additional ride FAQs!

Register for this ride!

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Jul
12
6:00 PM18:00

How We Roll For Yay Bikes! members

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Yay Bikes! is pleased to provide our premier on-road bicycling education! During a How We Roll course, groups of up to 5 cyclists enjoy a casual ride through downtown Columbus that prepares them to safely and confidently navigate urban streets. Topics include bicycle traffic law, proper lane positioning and Q&A on any additional topic of interest.

Please read the FAQs below for our policies regarding registration, cancellation, inclement weather, etc. Then contact Heidi with additional questions!

FAQs

Q: Where in Goodale Park do we meet?

A: We meet at the pink dot, in the parking lot directly across from the playgrounds and just south of the shelter house:

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Q: What happens during the rides?

A: After introductions and a brief safety chat, we head out on the road and ride for a couple of miles at a time, stopping periodically for ride leaders to check in, discuss features of the route, process incidents that occur, answer questions and critique unsafe riding habits. We ride approximately 8 miles, then return to Goodale Park, where participants can ask final questions.

Q: What if I can't make it for the whole ride?

A: If you can't stick around until the ride concludes, please refrain from signing up for this ride. Ride leaders will not be available to escort participants back to start, with the exception of emergency situations. There will be another ride you can join soon!

Q: What should I bring with me?

A: Bring a helmet, a WORKING bicycle and, if it will get dark by the end of our ride, front and rear lights. Otherwise, just bring whatever will make you comfortable on the ride (e.g., phone, bottle of water, snacks, sunscreen, medication, etc.).

Q: Will there be someone available to help me fix/adjust my bicycle?

A: Unfortunately, no—our instructors cannot spend time making adjustments. If an instructor deems your bicycle unsafe or unrideable for ANY reason (e.g., low tire pressure, loose brakes or other parts, etc.) you will be asked to leave and re-register for a later class.

Q: How should I dress?

A: Wear whatever weather-appropriate clothing makes you comfortable! There is no need to wear cycling-specific clothing unless you want to. Helmets, however, are REQUIRED on this ride. And good quality gloves are highly recommended.

Q: What happens if the weather is bad?

A: We don't roll in thunderstorms or icy conditions, but we do roll in rain and light snow. Decisions regarding cancellations will be made and communicated by email within 2 hours of your ride. If there is no notification, you may assume that the ride is still on.

Q: What if I'm not a very strong cyclist?

A: How We Roll is paced according to the slowest rider in the group, and each ride features several stops for instruction. If you possess basic bike handling skills and can ride 8 miles within 2 hours, you should be fine. If you are concerned about your ability to complete the ride, you'll want to pay special attention to the bicycle you use. Bicycles that fit well and those that have thinner tires are easier to ride than those with a poor fit or thick, knobby tires. And inflating your tires with air can do wonders for your ease of ride!

Q: Can I bring my kid(s)?

A: We welcome young people who are riding with parents or caregivers who are members, possess basic bike handling skills and can comfortably ride 8 miles within 2 hours. In general, we recommend age 12 and up, but use your discretion! Please do make sure your kids are registered separately.

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Jul
10
5:30 PM17:30

Ride the Elevator AGAIN 2018

 This year's exclusive beer label, designed by artist Thom Glicke.

This year's exclusive beer label, designed by artist Thom Glicke.

Dick at Elevator Brewing Company, who sponsors an annual fundraiser to support Yay Bikes! and Franklinton Cycle Works, is asking us to do it again—without the tornado* this time!

The evening kicks off with a FREE ride from Goodale Park to Franklinton Cycle Works (FCW) and then the Elevator Brewery 13th Floor Taproom. We'll begin gathering at the park at 5:30pm, and leave at 6pm. Running late? Feel free to join us mid-ride at FCW (around 6:30). From there we'll converge on the Elevator Brewery (N 4th St location). Entrance here will be $10, which gets you a beer to pose with for our annual "mass cheers" photo at beer:30 (7:30pm). Then Dick will open the taproom and we can all hang out! 

 *A literal tornado warning occurred during our brief ride attempt on May 16!

*A literal tornado warning occurred during our brief ride attempt on May 16!

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Jul
7
4:00 PM16:00

Yay Valet! @ Taylor Swift Concert (OSU Stadium)

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There is NO better way to get to the show. We're just steps from the Shoe, at Woody Hayes Dr and the bike path! Here's how to park with us. And, if you're so inclined...

Volunteer for a shift to help park bikes!

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