Mark your calendar for the 43rd Sunday in June bicycle ride on June 9, 2019. The venue is booked, Century Village in Burton, Ohio. We hope to see you there.
Check out the 2018 photo gallery featuring images from our fun photo op!
Check out the routes and downloadable maps and navigation files now!
Reminding interested Sunday in June riders, our registration cost increases $5 on June 1, so be sure to sign up by Thursday for the best value! https://sundayinjune.com/registration/
Your opportunity to register for 2018 Sunday in June at the lowest price ends after April 9, when our prices increase $5 for both CTC members and non-members. Register now to lock in your savings and commit to this organized event for the cycling community.
See our Registration page for the link to register for 2018 Sunday in June. You will see options for pricing and dates. The cost options are $30 to $40 per rider, depending on how early you register. Early registration at the lowest price is valid until April 9, 2018. CTC members get a $5 discount, or can register to volunteer and many options still allow for riding in Sunday in June for no cost.
DNA Cycling is taking orders for the 2018 Sunday in June jerseys. You must order by March 25, 2018, in order to receive it in time for the ride. Each one is custom made to your size. View the jersey store and order now!
See the jersey front/sides design above, and the back design below:
See our photo gallery from the 2017 Sunday in June.
Tony Principe, LMT
New this year, we will have Massage Therapists volunteering to help you with any muscle spasms, aches, pains or just a basic massage to help you recovery from your ride. They will be bringing 3 tables and 1 chair for these massages. They will be available from 10:30am through 4pm.
Stop by after or during your ride for a wonderful massage that will reduce tension and get you back on your bike.
Massage has a lot of benefits for cyclists.
Some types of massage are Sports, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point Therapy and Myofascial Release 3. The best type for you depends on where you are in your training and how often you ride. Typical places where you might get sore are the neck, hips, hip flexors, knees, quads, gluts, lower back, hands, feet or shoulders.
Massage can help you loosen tight muscles, flush toxic chemicals and keep your muscle fibers smooth and limber 1. After biking, a cyclist can experience reduced circulation in their arms. Massage can help improve blood flow 1.
Massage can also help with injury prevention, enhanced performance and faster recovery 2. A post-activity massage for almost any athlete improves recovery time by allowing fluids and toxins to be moved out of the interstitial spaces between muscle fibers, and allowing blood flow, oxygen and nutrients an opportunity to get back in. An increase of blood flow and nutrient to the muscles naturally translates to better recovery 2.
Don’t be afraid to ask the massage therapist to work on a particular problem area. They are there to help.