LDCC Jersey Sighting

Jerry Golinski and Tim New

There’s a Subway in Ashland so I said, ”What the hey” (Photo)

Don’t try This Without GPS (Photo)

A Salute to Ole Cap’n Doyle (Photo)

Riders made it to see Ole Cap’n Doyle. Not really a captain and not really a Doyle. Hats off to anyone who can ride a bike to the Doylestown town square.

Double Dog Day (Photo)

To the ABC (Photo)

Bikes N’Brew Bike Ride, Sat., Sept. 28th

https://www.facebook.com/events/473415503483185/?ti=as

  • Bikes N’Brew is BACK for 2019 and features 3 different distances for you to explore the latest Cleveland breweries and visit old favorites!…

 

Obituary for (Iron Talking) Johnny H. Clay

Dear Friends,

We have lost one of our own Lake Erie Wheelers. I.T. (Iron Talking) Johnny Clay past away Wednesday morning June 26th, 2019. He had just ridden with the “C” group out of Fairview Park Library the night before. He was the founder of the Chili March Metric, Long time member of the Lake Erie Wheelers and a dear friend to myself and to many other bike riders.

Calling hours is this Tuesday June 2nd at 4-7pm at McGorray Hanna Funeral Home of Westlake. 25620 Center Ridge rd.

Funeral Mass Wednesday July 3rd at 10am at St Clement Church 14100 Madison Ave.

Interment Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery in Seville, Ohio July 5th at 11:15am.

God Bless John Clay

https://www.mcgorray.com/obituaries/JOHN-H-CLAY?obId=4511986#/obituaryInfo

Dan Izuka

440-821-3256

dizuka@roadrunner.com

We Lost one of our Most Memorable Cyclists: John H. Clay

It saddens me to post something like this.

John Clay passed away unexpectedly last Wednesday if you didn’t hear already.

First and foremost, I want to say that John was a great human being. There are so many things to be said about that but I’ll just stick to cycling for now.

He was one of the people who really encourage many riders and encouraged many riders to try long-distance cycling. When John joined the LDCC group, the participation exploded shortly after.

Lastly, there are two things that are certain, as it relates to John.

1) If you ever met the man, you will say, ”He was very nice”. He had a way of making everyone feel special.

2) If you knew John, you would say or would have said, ”I was just thinking about him the other day”.

We will definitely be hearing his voice and words of encouragement as we go through our everyday lives and as we are out there on the road.

The details for his services was just sent out and I will post them in a few minutes.

No Words…

Eric Overton, John H. Clay, and Russ Marx