What we're about

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!

Upcoming events (1)

Haunted Dayton Halloween Ride

Carillon Historical Park

Details
A 12-14 mile slow paced ride, to explore the local haunts. (First Loop 12 miles, second loop 6 miles)

Come and learn some Dayton history and visit some interesting local landmarks that are reputed to be the sites of ghostly and mysterious

Helmets, reflective wear and lights are required.

This ride will be mostly in the dark on residential and some city streets. Riders ride at their own risk.

Each rider will receive a map and ghost guide, so you can ride at your own pace.

Ghost Guide: You can download a copy of the 'official Ghost Guide" on the Major Taylor Cycling club of Dayton Facebook page under "files"
here is a link to join the page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/majortaylordayton/permalink/1021393575311183

See Map: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/904885973

Some of the places we will be visiting include; Woodland Cemetery, the University of Dayton, the Patterson Homestead, the Oregon District, and downtown Dayton ,where Sinclair College is said to be one of the most haunted places in the city (learn why on the tour : 0 )

For anyone one who wants more, there will be an optional extra 6 mile loop to see the "Witches Tower" ,as well as, the Halloween decorations along Shafor Blvd in Oakwood. The Witches Tower is possibly the most intriguing and creepy structure in Dayton. It is the subject of many urban legends. Find out which ones are true, and how the tower came to be.

Dinner and drinks for those who wish at the Brewery afterwards.

Past events (770)

Young's Dairy Ride

Beavercreek Station

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