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Sat, Jun 15


Southwestern Ohio

GOBA - Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure

Have you ever wanted to cycle across a portion of a state? Here is your opportunity. Or Maybe Doughnut Trail caught your attention?

GOBA - Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure
GOBA - Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure

Time & Location

Jun 15, 2024, 9:00 AM – Jun 22, 2024, 5:00 PM

Southwestern Ohio, Ohio, USA

About the event

Are you interested in a week long bike ride covering 4 towns in Ohio?  Well then you don't want to miss your opportunity to join us at GOBA!

We are putting together a group of adaptive cyclists who would like to travel to Ohio for a week-long organized bike ride. Family members are encouraged to join us as well.  Space is limited.

GOBA -  Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure is putting on this event.  This will be the 35th year of the event.  Don't miss the Doughnut Trail!  

Registration - RSVP via our site so we can add you to our group and provide you with a coupon code to get the early bird discount to safe $50.  Then visit for more information and to register. 

Date  -  June 15 - 22, 2024

Basic Information - 

  • We will be cycling through three counties in Southwestern Ohio - Darke, Preble and Butler. The routes will cross into Indiana on several days.  We will stay in four host communities - Eaton, Oxford, Hamilton and Arcanum.
  • The terrain is mostly flat, with some climbs out of the river valleys and a few small hills around Hamilton, Oxford and on the optional century route. A good workout, but nothing extreme.
  • Your minimum mileage for the week = 160
  • Your maximum mileage for the week = 400

Costs - 

  • Week long bike ride costs $485.00 which includes 5 meals, 3 breakfasts, and 2 dinners.  Contact us to get a coupon code for the early bird discount and save $50. 
  • Indoor camping is also available at $100.00 for the week
  • Total for the ride would be 585.00.

If cost is a factor please feel free to contact Maria at

Three Blessings Disabled Adventures will be providing - 

  • Handicap accessible showers and bathrooms
  • A support rider(s) for each adaptive rider
  • SAG support for our riders
  • Luggage transport from town to town
  • Snacks, water, and electrolytes

If you do not have a handcycle we have a few available on a first com first serve basis. 

We suggest that you try to do a fundraiser to raise money for the ride.  For example, have friends and family sponsor you $1.00 for each mile you ride.

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