Ending September in Style: Your Weekend Guide

With Autumn officially kicking off this week, it’s time to dive right into fall while still enjoying these unexpected summer temperatures along the way. Fortunately for us, festival season hasn’t quite come to a grinding halt so we should still be able to find plenty to do. So here’s your guide to Cleveland this weekend.

CM PhotoSeptember 26: Critical Mass Bike Ride. Kick off the NEOCycle event with hundreds of other riders. This monthly ride begins at Public Square right at 7 p.m. so start gathering around 6:30 p.m. Explore the areas around greater Cleveland before ending up at Ray’s Indoor MTB Park in the West Boulevard area. Make sure you grab a light or two for your bike, as it’s getting dark really early now!

 

NeocycleSeptember 26 – 28: NEOCycle. Introducing Cleveland’s first urban cycling extravaganza. All weekend long you’ll find cycling events, live music, food and drinks. Edgewater Beach will be The Hub for this cycling festival. Here you’ll find two live music stations, food trucks and beer from Fat Head’s Brewery, Great Lakes Brewery and New Belgium Brewing. Check out all of the cycling events here. The event kicks off Friday with night races at the Cleveland Velodrome followed by four other cycling events that promise to amp up the energy around biking in Cleveland.

IngenuitySeptember 26 – 28: The 10th Annual IngenuityFest! How often do you get to see a combination of technology, art and music? Head to Dock 32, just north of the First Energy Stadium for this free event! During this three-day festival, enjoy the celebration of art, technology, creativity and innovation. Last year this event brought in 45,000 attendees!

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