The Historical Renaissance Ride

“That Classic Cultural Metropolitan Vibe”

Canvas Logo “SWAGBAG” Tote for the first 50 Earlybird Registrants & Other Prizes

Historical Renaissance Ride

The first 50 EARLYBIRD pre-registered riders get this Canvas Logo “SWAGBAG”Tote. 🚲 All Pre-registered riders Have A CHANCE TO WIN! 7- 10 Night Resort Accommodations (Estimated Value $2100 - $3600) 🌴Must register by May 30th! Limited Amount of tickets available 🎟

About the Ride: The route is a low intensity, scenic ride. 10 miles, seven to 8 stops, under 2 hours. 

Newark Historical Renaissance Ride Canvas Logo "SWAG" Tote

Seersucker Summer Social Ride Route Sneak Preview

Historical Renaissance Ride

Our #1 goal has been to bring Renaissance Riders a fantastic experience and our team has done some great work on historical content and route planning. 

Stacee Robertson, a member of the Newark Renaissance Ride Logistics and Rider Experience team, shares a teaser video experience of her test run of the ride. Stacee gives the route experience a thumbs up! 👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾

Thanks to Stacee for the route test and a big thanks to Co-Founder & Ride Historian Hassan Abdus-Sabur for his work on route planning and content. 

Be sure to register for the ride at HistoricalRenaissanceRide.org 

About the Ride: The route is a low intensity, scenic ride. 10 miles, seven to 8 stops, under 2 hours. 

Newark Historical Renaissance Ride 2018 Seersucker Route Sneak Preview

Renaissance Rider: Rachel Gardiner

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Rachel Gardiner

Urban Cyclist

Rachel Gardiner loves everything the world and life has to offer. " I sometimes come off as weird or different but that's who I am. I flow with the current that takes me to the next adventure in my life. My mind, heart, and arms are open to every situation that comes my way and I try to face everything with optimism."

I have yet to experience the Newark Historical Renaissance Ride. I’m looking forward to a slow ride where I can take in historic architecture, artistic history, music and mad culture in a city that is new to me but home to a couple of friends.

I work in Economic Development outside of Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland is a neighborhood-centric city, I enjoy riding through each of our diverse neighborhoods to gain insight on what is working well (economically) for each of them. The food, scenery and aesthetic of each neighborhood is unique and you never know when you will ride up on a gem.

I’m inspired by art, music, literature, new adventures, great people and great food.

I’m probably considered an urban rider. I enjoy riding leisurely with friends through cities and parks.

My ride is a vintage 98 Bianchi Trofeo. I also have a Pake fixed-gear and an original 1991 GT Zaskar mountain bike. 

Rachel Gardiner

Rachel Gardiner