The first Year of Yay ride of 2013 was a smashing success. Almost 60 cyclists attended the event which meant that we split into two groups for the first time.
|A view from the heavens of a large portion of the group.|
The route was 21 miles and we stopped at three different bakeries:
I'll have to admit. I had no idea where we were or where we were going at the beginning. Thankfully, we had a lot of experienced cyclists and after a few turns here and there, we arrived at Audino's Italian Bakery at Clara Ave. and 11th Ave.
|Pointing the way to the bakery.|
From there, our next leg of the journey was almost 10 miles! It was like any old ride - a lot of pedaling but seeing areas of Columbus from a different perspective. And it was totally worth it when we arrived at Resch's Bakery at Livingston Avenue and Yearling Rd.
|Should I also get white cake? the weary cyclist thought.|
The last stop was relatively nearby at 3.5 miles away. We went to the heart of Bexley to Drexel Avenue and Main Street to stop at Cherbourg Bakery.
|We know the secrets to the recipes now. Shh!|
Keep an eye out for the next Year of Yay ride on February 16.
[Note: All of the photographs were taken by Bill Ferriot for Yay Bikes! You can see the full set of photographs on Facebook here. Ray George also took photographs of the ride which can be seen on Flicker here. Permission is required for re-use.]