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Major Taylor Cycling Club of Dayton is an organization whose purpose is to promote cycling to novice, intermediate, and advanced riders, focusing on skill development, safety, physical fitness, and training.

Please note many of our club members are not on the meet up site; so regardless of the number you see coming there will be others to ride with you on all posted rides. We welcome each of you to any of our rides. Please read the ride descriptions and join the ride that best fits your pace and cycling objectives.

We look forward to riding with you soon!

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MTCCD End of Season Bonfire

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Major Taylor Cycling Club would like to invite cyclists who have ridden with us this year to our end of the season Bonfire. Location to be shared privately (through meet up messages). We will have a bonfire celebration. Guests are asked to bring a side dish, chips, desserts and their favorite beverage. S'mores, hotdogs (beef, chicken, veggie) and chili (beef, turkey and veggie) will be provided. Hope you can join us! We have enjoyed having you ride with us this year! MTCCD members feel free to RSVP as well so that we can have a headcount. Can also RSVP to club email (that will have the address) or on the member forum page. Thanks. FYI: Our official ride season ends in September; however, please be alert to posting for rides when the weather is nice.

Slo Roll and Social with Bike Miami Valley

Canal Lock Park

Join Bike Miami Valley for a Slow Roll and social in Tipp City. Meet at Canal Lock Park in Tipp City for a leisurely paced Bike Ride Led by our own Frankie from MTCCD and Bike Miami Valley. Happy Hour Social to follow at Harrison's Restaurant at 4 pm 106 East Main Street, Tipp City . Dan from Tipp Cyclery will also be present. Helmets are required. Families are welcome Please arrive 15 minutes early to prep your bike for prompt 3 pm pullout.

Hilly Hundred- a 2 day ride in Indiana

Edgewood High School

2 days 50 or 30 miles each day from same start location. The Hilly The Hilly Hundred Weekend is one of Indiana's most popular, and longest running, cycling events. Join over 2,000 cyclists for 2-days of riding on the scenic back roads of Owen and Green County. Each day offers distances of 30 or 50 miles, with multiple sag stops and a lunch stop with live music. After you finish, visit the Vendor Market Place, enjoy some ice cream, and vist the CIBAride.org Welcome Center for pictures from the day's ride. An optional lasagna dinner and potato bar will also available Saturday evening in the High School. And then you can repeat it all again on Sunday! Included - Saturday & Sunday Lunch - 2 sags Stop (50 mile routes) - Map and Marked routes - Live Music - Emergency Sag Service - Post-Ride Shower Truck Hill Info is here. Also, look over the Merchandise . Little Hilly - NEW! The Little Hilly is a new option we are trying this year for those who would like to take in some of the Hilly Hundred Weekend miles and smiles, including music and ice cream afterwards, but are not yet ready for the full Hilly Hundred. Although the route is shorter, there is still 700' of climbing for the round trip. There is a reduced registration fee, and special family rate, for the 16-mile round trip to and from the first rest stop on Saturday. Come and enjoy a taste of a LITTLE HILLY on Saturday, October 26. Registration and additional information: http://hillyhundred.org/index.html Housing: onsite camping, RV and floor space is available. Hotels available nearby.

Major Taylor Birthday Ride from Riverscape - Saturday Nov. 23rd (8-15 miles)

Come join us as Major Taylor Cycling Clubs from around the world celebrate Marshall Walter "Major" Taylor (November 26, 1878 - June 21, 1932) "The Worchester Whirlwind". Major Taylor won the sprint event at the 1899 world track championships in Montreal, Quebec, Canada to become the first African American to achieve the level of world champion in cycling and the second black athlete to win a world championship in any sport. Follow this link for more information on the history of Marshall "Major" Taylor; https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-unknown-story-of-the-black-cyclone-the-cycling-champion-who-broke-the-color-barrier-33465698/ This is a social/family ride (all are welcome) and will be at a leisurely pace. We will ride towards Huffman Dam on the bike path. The ride will be between 8 and 15 miles depending on the weather. We have a turnaround point at Eastwood Park for those who prefer a shorter distance. There will also be a longer route available for those who desire to go father (if we are blessed with good weather). Wear your layers as appropriate. We look forward to you joining us!! Helmets are required for this ride as they are for all club rides.

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