Bike Cleveland


In Memory of our Friend, Cara McManus

The Cleveland cycling community has lost a great friend and ally. Cara McManus succumbed to her battle with lung cancer early this morning at 4:15am. Cara was adored by many, and was highly involved in the cycling community. Cara was a Team Medical Mutual member for MS150, and a super volunteer for us at Bike […]

Opportunity Corridor Campaign

The Ohio Department of Transportation and The City of Cleveland have proposed a connection between Interstate 490 from East 55th Street to University Circle. Regardless of the label, it is ostensibly a freeway extension designed to cater to automobiles above all else, and the original design does not adequately serve other modes of transportation such […]

Bike Month Launch Party

May is Bike Month in Cleveland, and Bike Cleveland is teaming up with Brick and Barrel (one of the city’s newest and hottest taprooms) and Slow Roll Cleveland to help kick it off! We are hosting a celebration bash at Brick and Barrel in the flats (1844 Columbus Road) starting at 6:00pm. There will be food […]

Sharrows, Bike Lanes, and Protected Bike Lanes – What’s the difference?

Traffic patterns and lane markings around the country are changing as cities and states come around to the fact that more lane miles for cars will not solve our transportation issues. Cities have begun installing bike lanes and sharrows. However, many people do not understand these new lane configurations, or know what the markings mean. […]

Rocky River Drive Road Audit

Bike Cleveland’s greatest strength in making biking better in our city has always been the involvement of its members. Not only do we encourage each other to ride, but each day we go out on the streets and on Metroparks trails we show the community that maintaining safe routes for riding is important. We can […]


  With the generous help of volunteers, NOACA conducts bicycle and pedestrian counts throughout Northeast Ohio during the months of May and September annually. Please consider helping NOACA with their bike/ped count program in May. The count does the following – Gauge regional and local levels of bicycling and walking beyond what is already available from Census data. […]

Meet Uche Adigwe, our new Outreach & Volunteer Manager!

Uche is a recent graduate of Kent State University where he has earned his Master’s in Public Health, with a concentration in environmental science. While at Kent State, he was the Director of Community Development, where his task was to implement programs and engage the community to promote comradery throughout the University. As a Cleveland […]

Rocky River Drive Community Meeting, May 13th

The Northeast Ohio Area Coordinating Agency (NOACA) have drawn up plans for the redevelopment of Rocky River Drive between Lorain Ave and Brookpark Rd; a primarily residential area with some retail and commercial services mixed in. To date, NOACA have held two community meetings to engage interested parties, and inform people of their preliminary recommendations. […]