Ride-2-Achieve is a Cleveland Police-led community bike ride to engage and motivate students to come to school every day and achieve success, both academically and as citizens of their community.
Sunday, September 15, 2018
Kickoff at 9 a.m.
9 a.m. Pre-Ride at 2001 Pain Avenue
9:30 a.m. Registration and Checking at Tremont Montessori
Registration Due Date:
Registration due September 7, 2018
$20 includes a General Admission ticket to Cleveland Eats, one food ticket and one non-alcoholic beverage ticket.
For information, please contact Angela Thi Bennett via email or call 216-623-3333.
PRE-RIDE WITH THE CLEVELAND POLICE AT PUBLIC SAFETY CENTRAL
2001 Payne Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Registered riders can ride with police officers to the Kick-Off location
9:30 am Onsite Registration & Check-in
KICK-OFF AT TREMONT MONTESSORI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2409 West 10th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44113
10:30 a.m. – Opening Ceremony
11:00 am – Rolling Start
REST STOP AT DANIEL E. MORGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
8912 Morris Court, Cleveland, Ohio 44106
Duration: approximately 20 minutes
(Water and snacks provided)
CULMINATE AT CLEVELAND EATS CULINARY FESTIVAL ON MALL B
300 St. Clair Avenue, Cleveland between the Global Center for Health Innovation and Cleveland Public Auditorium
Community of Champions
Captured on Video…
- May 26, 2018, WKYC – “Dozens of Hough Neighborhood students rewarded for academic excellence”
- From the youth of #OurVoicesMatter – “#OurVoicesMatter Videos!”
About the Ride-2-Achieve Challenge Program
The Ride-2-Achieve Challenge Program is a citywide bike tour led by police officers from the Cleveland Division of Police. This is a collaboration between the Cleveland Police Foundation, the Cleveland Division of Police, Cleveland Metropolitan School District – Safe Routes to Schools, WKYC-Channel 3, and Little Giants Gym.
The mission of the Ride-2-Achieve Challenge Program is to promote safer, healthier communities by encouraging students in grades K-8 to safely walk or ride their bicycles to school and to build community trust between police officers and our youth. As a Community of Champions, we strive to engage and motivate children in grades K through 8 to increase achievement in the areas of attendance, academics and citizenship.