I went on TRIRI (Touring Ride in Rural Indiana) in 2014, and it was not a safe ride. Route marks were not early enough at intersections to allow for safe lane changes, they were often hidden in the far LEFT lane of intersections, they were set so late on hills that riders often had to brake hard and at times marks were as many as 10 miles apart. Worse, some of the routes were on *horribly* dangerous state highways (no shoulders, highways speeds and crossing through industrial parks resulting in a great deal of traffic semi's and construction trucks). I do not believe the ride leaders consulted any cyclists when choosing routes and seriously doubt any of them rode the routes themselves. This is a tour with a long history but it's under new ownership and the new organizers clearly do not know what they are doing. (They also organize RAINSTORM.) I fear someone will get hurt or worse due to their lack of attention to ride safety.