Spring is finally here, which means it’s time to air up your tires and get ready for the OwL Ride. Come out Saturday July 12 and join the 2,000 riders who make the annual ride the largest annual night-time ride between Chicago and Denver.
When you register for the Meyer Foundation for Disabilities’ OwL Ride, you are helping to significantly expand programs and activities for people in our community with developmental disabilities. See how your registration helps to improve the quality of life and promote inclusion for teens and adults in greater-Omaha with developmental disabilities:
The OwL Ride gives riders a choice of an 8-mile short course and a 17-mile extended route. The family friendly short course takes riders from downtown into midtown Omaha. The extended course adds stops in Dundee and Aksarben Village. Come join us on a cruise through the city with your nocturnal friends. You’ll see the city in a new light–by streetlight, moon light and star light (Omaha with Lights, the origin of the OwL name). It’s guaranteed to be a hoot.
With a non-competitive format and choice of courses, both casual and serious riders and families can enjoy the unique experience of the OwL Ride. In addition, you will help people in our community. The ride is a benefit for the Meyer Foundation for Disabilities, helping us to expand much-needed services for adults with disabilities in our community.
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MAP: Here’s the map of the courses. 2013 OWL Ride Map
NOTE: Helmets are required for all Owl Ride participants, and state law also requires anyone riding at night to have both a front light and rear reflectors. Our sponsors offer discounts on helmets and lights. See our Safety page for more information.
Click here to learn more about OwL Ride contests and prizes, including our Interstate Batteries Bright Bikes contest!
Colleagues, friends and families may form teams to share the evening’s adventures.
Want to know more? Click here for a list of Frequently Asked Questions.
The Meyer Foundation
For more information on the Meyer Foundation for Disabilities, click here.
OwL Ride History