NEOCycle To Host Annual Ride, Music Festival

posted by Kyle Cornell - 

Cleveland - NEOCycle, the nation’s largest urban cycling festival, will host five races and rides at The Hub at Edgewater Park driven by Subaru and other local venues on Sept. 7-9th. 

In addition to cycling events, NEOCycle will boast a music festival, that is free and open to the public, and over 40 outdoor, active-lifestyle vendors. Attendees can rock out to live talent at Music Fest powered by IGS on Sept. 8 at The Hub at Edgewater Park. The festival recently announced Bronze Radio Return as its official headliner. This Hartford, Connecticut-based band will be joined by local acts Carlos Jones and the Plus Band, The Commonwealth, Uptowne Buddha, Collin Miller & the Brother Nature, Lowly, The Tree Ghost, and Mimi Arden. The Music Fest schedule is available here

The Hub at Edgewater Park will be home to over 40 outdoor lifestyle vendors and local bike shops, art exhibits and activities, Cleveland’s hottest food trucks and craft beer from Platform Beer Co. NEOCycle participants can also explore their inner artist at the Getaway Tent which features art-based activities. Additionally, hammocks and fire pits will be displayed in front of the main stage creating a relaxing atmosphere for attendees. Miniature golf and life-size board games will also be available.

Attendees are encouraged to download the Destination Cleveland App for an interactive schedule and to assist with wayfinding during the weekend festival.

A complete schedule of NEOCycle’s events are available here

NEOCycle is a three-day event expected to draw over 2,200 riders, 12,500 festival attendees and provide $1- million in economic impact to Northeast Ohio. NEOCycle promotes Cleveland’s emergent cycling-friendly attributes, local musical talent, healthy and active lifestyles and many of the area’s premier natural resources.

NEOCycle is a creation of the masterminds at Greater Cleveland Sports Commission. More information on NEOCycle can be found here or to keep up-to-date on new developments and activities follow them on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

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