Rudy Schaar Memorial Bike Tour – Jones Falls Sites of Industry

Meeting Place
Hickory and 36th St. (Outside Common Ground), 819 West 36th Street Baltimore, MD 21211
Starts

Saturday, October 16, 2021 9:30 am

Ends

Saturday, October 16, 2021 12:00 pm

About the Event

Suggested Donation: $10

Join us on a bike tour of historic factories along the Jones Falls presented by the Baltimore Architecture Foundation and the AIA Baltimore Committee on the Environment and Resiliency (COTE|R). The tour will stop at sites included in the Jones Falls Historic Wayfinding Signage Project that tell the story of the industrial history of the valley and the lives of its workers, from the early 19th century to the present day.

The tour will be on bike paths and low-traffic roads, rolling with some hills in the Jones Falls Valley. Any bike with good working brakes and gears will do, and the group will go at an easy pace with frequent history stops. The total distance is about 12 miles. Because of the hilly terrain, this tour is recommended for experienced riders.

The tour will begin outside the coffee shop Common Ground (819 W. 36th St.) promptly at 9:30AM and will take approximately 2 hours.

This tour is dedicated to Rudy Schaar, AIA, longtime leader of the AIA Baltimore COTE|R Committee and cycling advocate.

In Response to COVID-19 we are:

Requiring Proof of Vaccination

Requiring Masks (when not actively cycling)

Read Our Full 2021 COVID-19 Event Policy Here.

If you register for this event and cannot make it, please either cancel your ticket on Eventbrite or email us. Tours have limited capacity and we want to make sure as many people as possible can enjoy this tour.