Slow Roll - Extraordinary Event
Category : Formal Events
Video Description
Five years ago, the Slow Roll group bicycle ride was founded to bring together riders of all different ages and skill levels. Today, Slow Roll is the second largest weekly bike ride in the U.S., with over 3,000 bicyclists each Monday. Praised for its diversity, Slow Roll encourages participation among all groups regardless of ability or age.

Additionally, this weekly event has inspired the city of Detroit to invest in safer bicycle infrastructure due to its extreme popularity. Slow Roll has teamed with various other community organizations to give back to Detroit, demonstrating its commitment to the betterment of the city and its residents.
Posted by Systems Admin  . April 13, 2017
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