Ride of Silence honors cyclists who have been injured or killed on the road.
The annual Ride of Silence began at the University of Toledo on Wednesday.
Nearly 20,000 riders in 48 countries participated in Ride of Silence last year.
Bicyclists ride Wednesday evening on Bancroft Street during the seventh annual Toledo Ride of Silence, which is organized each year to remember bicyclists killed by motorists.
A year ago, Maureen Billings didn’t know the Ride of Silence existed and about the powerful message it can convey without saying a word. Toledo’s Ride of Silence — a simple, quiet way to increase awareness for drivers to
About 200 join local Ride of Silence.