Category Archives: Safety & Education

19 May

Ride of Silence Wilmington – 2017

By Emily Ciancio

Thanks to the great crew in the photo below, we had a successful 5th Ride of Silence last night.  Along with 48 countries, 7 continents and 50 US States, 37 riders participated in the ride on a beautiful, sunny May day in total Silence.  If you didn’t get a chance to come out last night,

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16 May

Message From the President – Whole Lot Going On

By JW Haupt

This week the Club has a whole lot going on.  Weekday rides and events, weekend events and rides.  A little bit for everyone. Not only do we have the usual morning and evening rides, but we are hosting our 5th Annual Ride of Silence-Wilmington event.   Please join us on Wednesday (05/17) to help us

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09 May

Message From the President – Ride Leaders? Insurance?

By JW Haupt

Did you ever wonder why a Ride Leader is required for White Clay Bicycle Club rides? A Ride Leader is a person who has attended a WCBC Ride Leader Training session.  Training Sessions are led by the WCBC Ride Captain, are offered a couple or few times each year, and cover rider safety, along with

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01 May

Message From the President – Ride of Silence 2017

By JW Haupt

For those reading this that have attended a Ride of Silence event/ride, please bear with me as this posting is directed at those that have heard about it but don’t really know that much about it. Some History of the Event Ride of Silence Mission Statement – The mission of the world wide Ride of Silence

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21 Apr

Dos and Don’ts of Group Rides

By Mike Kealey

As the weather starts to turn warmer there will naturally be hundreds of cyclists dusting off their bikes after a long winter’s nap.  With the Ride Calendar now populated with a number of group rides and with more to be added this is a good time to review some basic ‘Do’s and Don’ts’ of riding

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10 Apr

Safety Campaign – Can You Help Get the Word Out?

By JW Haupt

  During the next couple of months cycling ridership will be at its height as the weather changes.  Please help us to make the public aware of our presence during this time by placing a sign on your lawn for neighbors and motorist to see. If you are willing to help get this message out

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