NEOCycle is an urban cycling festival consisting of competitive races and unique rides connected by live entertainment and an interactive, action-filled festival village at Cleveland Metroparks Edgewater Park on the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland, Ohio

Thank you for a unbelievable and amazing Night Ride! 1,500 cyclists on the Memorial Shoreway is an incredible scene. We'll be posting photos, videos, stories and more in the coming weeks, so stay tuned...

We're already planning for 2015! See you then for an even bigger and better Night Ride!

Leaving from The Hub at Edgewater Park, the Night Ride offered riders the unique experience to bike down the Cleveland Memorial Shoreway with spectacular views of Downtown Cleveland and Lake Erie! Check out the full course that featured Gordon Square, Battery Park & the North Coast Harbor neighborhoods by clicking here.

All Night Ride participants received a Micro Sport Headlight courtesy of Energizer and a flashing LED light courtesy of GE Lighting. 

This safe, fun ride was open to riders of all skill levels and will ended back at The Hub, where the party really got going!


Q: Do I need to be an experienced rider to participate?
A: Not at all!  The Night Ride is designed to allow riders of all skill levels the opportunity to enjoy a leisurely ride and experience some fantastic views of the city.

Q: Are children allowed to ride?
A: Absolutely, however, children under the age of 8 are not permitted to have their own bike. For registration purposes, the age of "children" is 8-14 years old. 

Q: Where is the map/route info?
A: Check out the interactive map by clicking here!

Q: Can I register for the Night Ride and another race or ride?
A: Absolutely! We created NEOCycle to give riders the opportunity to participate in multiple races and rides over the course of a weekend. In fact, if you register for more than one race or ride, you'll receive a free VIP pass to Ray's Indoor Mountain Bike Park.

The mission of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission is to measurably enhance the economy, image and quality of life in the Greater Cleveland community by attracting and creating significant sporting events and activities.