Join West Windsor’s Ride of Silence on May 17

The 2022 participants in West Windsor’s Ride of Silence.

The West Windsor Bicycle and Pedestrian Alliance will join organizations around the world in the Ride of Silence on Wednesday, May 17.

The Ride of Silence honors all those cyclists who have been injured – or worse, killed – while pedaling. In West Windsor, we honor in particular Aarav Shah, who was killed while bicycling across the country last summer. He would have been a junior at WW-P High School North this year.

Please arrive at the West Windsor Senior Center parking lot, 271 Clarksville Road, by 6:45 p.m. to sign in and for a group photo. Like all Rides of Silence, we will begin cycling at 7 p.m.

The ride will be 10 miles, and we will move as a group at a 10-12 mph pace. Helmets are required. Don’t forget lights and/or reflective gear.

As of now, we are the only Ride of Silence in Central Jersey.

By participating, you agree to let photos from the ride be used by the WWBPA.

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