The Ohio Trail Connections Summit scheduled for March of 2020 and rescheduled for November 14, 2020 has been again postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We are pleased to be able to offer a series of interactive online presentations and workshops, featuring many of the speakers who were originally committed to present at the Summit.
List of Virtual offerings:
Wednesday, December 2, 2020: Amy Camp, Owner of Cycle Forward, Trail Towns Introduction, Register HERE
Wednesday, January 13, 2021: Talking Trails with Eric Oberg and Brian Housh of Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Register HERE
Wednesday, January 27, 2021: Applying the Lessons of Trail Towns, discussion with Amy Camp Register HERE
Resources and videos from these sessions can be found below and on our YouTube Channel.
326 Miles of Smiles Webinars
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Self-Supported Bike Touring
Registration Link: https://app.donorview.com/WbJgy
The smiles on the trail continue in February with the 2nd in the Ohio to Erie Trail’s 326 Miles of Smiles webinar series. Exploring the Ohio to Erie Trail on a bike is a truly memorable and enjoyable experience. Deltrece Daniels shares her experience as a self-supported bicycle tourist. Deltrece talks about how she prepares for a tour, her on-tour experiences, her lessons learned, and her ABCs of bicycle touring.
IMPORTANT: You must register using the above link. You will receive a confirmation email with instructions on joining the webinar.
About the speaker:
Deltrece has over twenty years of experience educating people of all ages. You can often find her volunteering at the Ohio City Bicycle Co-Op repairing, building bicycles, making tasty vegan meals in the kitchen, or leading social rides throughout the city.She would more than likely be wearing a Black Girls Do Bike jersey, which consists of other women of color throughout the United States that share their passion for cycling. Cleveland has a local BGDB Chapter and Deltrece shares cycling-related information and also leads social rides throughout Cleveland and neighboring cities that often have a Black History informational background.