Bike Cleveland


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 […]

Press Release: Cranksgiving Cleveland 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jacob VanSickle Bike Cleveland (216) 245-3101 BICYCLE FOOD DRIVE RAISES FOOD TO HELP FEED THE HUNGRY PARTICIPANTS HAUL FOOD BY BIKE, DONATE TO LOCAL FOOD PANTRIES November 19, Cleveland: Cranksgiving – a “food raiser” bike ride supported by the local cycling community – is back this weekend to help ensure […]

Ward 16 Councilman, Brian Kazy, a Cause for Concern

**Update – 11/16/15** Following our response to comments made in the run up to the November 3rd election, Councilman Kazy agreed to meet us and some local area riders for a bike tour of Ward 16. The hope was to demonstrate to the Councilman the need for dedicated infrastructure, and illustrate the reality people on […]

CycleHop-Social Bikes Selected as Preferred Bike Share Vendor

            Media Contact(s): Jeane’ Holley: (216)698-2544/(216) 640-0821 or November 4, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CycleHop-SoBi Selected as Preferred Bike Share Vendor Cuyahoga County to Open Contract Negotiations for a Spring 2016 Rollout Cleveland, OH – The Cuyahoga County Department of Sustainability, in partnership with Bike Cleveland, announces CycleHop-SoBi as […]

October 22nd E-News

Random Acts of Brightness With the days getting shorter, we thought last week was a good time to hold another one of our “Random Acts of Brightness” light distribution events. If you’re unfamiliar, each year we use grant dollars to purchase hundreds of lights, then put a call out for volunteers and assemble teams of […]

Cleveland Planning Commission Approves Lorain Ave Plan

Progress towards Cleveland’s first truly protected bike lane was made last Friday when a packed room of supporters saw the conceptual plan for the Lorain Ave Protected Bike Lane unanimously approved by the Cleveland Planning Commission. The plan will see a two-way, protected bicycle facility run from West 20th Street roughly four miles to West […]

Driver Hits Cyclist in Alleged Hit and Run

**Update – 10/9/15** Authorities are urging the driver of the white van who hit cyclist Sean Staeger to turn themselves in. Witness Brandon Jackson said “He didn’t have to be that close, there was no reason to be that close.” Jackson described the suspect’s vehicle as a white cargo van with a ladder rack on top. Staeger […]

Cleveland Defends Rust Cup

The results for the National Bike Challenge are in, and we did it! Cleveland once again takes down Pittsburgh in the coveted Rust Belt Battle of the Bikes! Cleveland put up 806,687 miles to Pittsburgh’s 585,534, smashing the Steel City to the tune of 221,153 miles! Bam! To keep things fair, this year we calculated mileage […]