Jul 252015

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May 052016

The Ride of Silence is an international campaign to raise awareness of cyclists legal right to the public roadways. The ride is also a chance to show respect for and honor the lives of those who have been killed or injured while cycling on public roadways. The ride is always held on the 3rd Wednesday of May, during National Bike Month.

Participants should plan on meeting around 6:30 pm at the St. Charles entrance to Audubon Park on Wednesday, May 18th. A brief ceremony, remembering family and loved-ones who lost their lives while riding their bicycle, will be held prior to the start of the ride. We’ll depart at 7PM! The route is approximately 10 miles, will not exceed 12 mph, and ends where it began at the St. Charles entrance to Audubon Park. Participants of all abilities are invited to join the procession. As the name indicates the riders are requested to remain silent to show respect for and honor the lives of those who have been killed or injured.

Helmets and lights are highly encouraged!

We will ride in silence to honor the following people which lost their lives riding a bicycle in the greater New Orleans area since May 2015;

Joe Barnes, 70

Benjamin Gregory, 37

Thanh Nguyen, 52

Monique Massey, 29

Google Directions to the St. Charles Avenue entrance to Audubon Park

More info about organization can be found on their website, www.rideofsilence.org.  If you have questions about this event, email us at [email protected]

 Posted by at 4:42 am
Apr 232016

This weeks ride on the daze between jazz fess will have 2 stops
First stop a private viewing of the photography exhibit of Michael P Smith
Second stop will be a film screening of the film Bayou maharajah
If you plan on attending the film please purchase your ticket in advanceFor those not interested in going to the film there will be a second ride leader who will continue the ride on as some of the ride will attend the film
Film is at the new Broad Theatre

Apr 162016


The first sightings: The first event on WWOZ’s website & The first event on Facebook

Happy Saturday!!
3 years ago today the MUSIC ride was born and it’s alive and well
Maybe it’s time for our to join us!

This weeks Music ride will be a party, a bike ride and a celebration of bike riding for MUSIC every Tuesday for the last three years!
Or motivation to ride is live music it guides us to our stops. 3 years something must’ve been right about it. Bringing lifelong Nola residents to places they didn’t even know existed. What we do on Tuesdays to my knowledge is unique, there is no other ride like this anywhere in the world. So we aren’t the biggest ride and we aren’t the “hey look at me ride” we are the MUSIC RIDE and we spread the vibe of Happy Tuesday! 😜🚴🎉🎷🎶🎺👍🏻
It ain’t for everyone but Thursday’s aren’t for everyone either. Get in where you fit in but just get in !!!

This week’s event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/728942830580731/

If you’ve never done the Music Ride, you are missing out!  It’s one of a kind!  And most of all:


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