Bike Cleveland


January 20th E-News

ODOT Priority Bike Routes As local riders, you’re all experts when it comes to knowing the best way to get around on two wheels, and the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) needs your help! They are developing a network of U.S. and state bicycle routes, and they’re currently seeking public feedback. There is an open […]

Winter Social @ Village Bicycle Cooperative

It isn’t always easy to ride in winter, so lets go sledding instead! As part of our Bike Cleveland Business Member Series we will be having a family friendly winter social at the Village Bicycle Coopperative (303 Cahoon Rd, Bay Village) on Friday, February 12th – 6pm – 8pm. If you haven’t been to their location, it’s […]

Cold Outside? Catch a Great Bike Movie Showing Near You

With winter finally upon us, the next couple of months are a great time to take in some special film screenings around town! Check out the following three events – On January 28th, we are excited to be bringing the thought provoking film “Bikes vs Cars” to theCapitol Theaterin the Gordon Square Arts District.Learn more […]

Bike Cleveland E-Newsletter – January 11th

2016 Annual Meeting Happy New Year! It’s January, which means it’s time for our Annual Meeting! Learn how we leveraged the power of your membership in 2015 and how we plan to take it even further in 2016. Hang out with other gear heads, make new friends, find new rides, and meet our staff and board! Dinner […]

2015 Year in Review

As we prepare to bring in the New Year, I find it’s always good to look back on the previous one and remind yourself where you’ve been, what you learned, and how you can make the next one better. So without further ado, here’s some of what we’ve been up to this year. Your membership makes […]

Federal Government Passes Long Term Transportation Bill

Last Friday, President Obama signed the first long term transportation bill in 10 years, the five-year, $305 billion “Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act” or “FAST Act”. Despite being under attack for years, for all intents and purposes, the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) responsible for funding much of our bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure remains largely intact; although it will […]

Donate to our 2015 Annual Appeal!

We have made a lot of progress in just over three years as an organization, but there is still so much to do! We’ve helped pass laws that protect people on bikes, equipped hundreds of people with lights, and provided training for law enforcement officers from throughout the region. But people on bikes continue to […]

Cranksgiving 2015 Recap

The holidays are great, but for many, they are a tough time of year; especially for those who don’t have enough food on the table. So last Saturday, we were proud to host our 4th annual “Cranksgiving”, a food drive on two-wheels. We were lucky to have 70 cyclists show up to the Deaconess-Krafft Center […]