The Ride of Silence is an annual international bicycle ride to commemorate cyclists killed and injured while riding on public roads. It helps to raise awareness among motorists, the public, and decision makers of the dangers cyclists face on the roads, especially from other traffic.
2019 Statistics: 334 Locations World Wide / 47 States / 15 Countries / 7 Continents
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As I lay there, looking up through that small gap in the trees, I thought “I’ve got my contribution for Monochromia this week!” Then I came home and the image was just not as inspiring as I hoped it would be.
How often do we do that? We think we captured something cool … and then … it really isn’t.
You know what, though? I have a really nice memory of feeling peaceful and content.
And that makes it all good to me.
I’m not typically a fan of fruit in beer, but I sure loved the light shining through that slice of orange.
The bike is out of the shop and ready to ride!
Even in Black & White, can’t you see how incredible the day was!