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Sep122017
Ride to the NEOSRD Open House!

In case you missed it, the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD) was recently awarded Bicycle Friendly Business status from the League of American Bicyclists!  They join a growing list of businesses in our region that are striving to improve things for cyclists – for those that commute to work there, customers, and those in […]

Aug162017
CLE candidates respond to questionnaire about active transportation

Find out where the Mayoral and Council Candidates stand on biking, walking and transit issues Biking and walking are political issues. When you choose to get around by foot or by bike, you are addressing critically important issues: personal health, air quality, oil dependence, economics, infrastructure, and safety. Each election cycle, we want to make sure […]

Jun302017
Rider Alert: Route Impacts

The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is undertaking a large scale project to reduce the sewer overflows into Lake Erie and other areas.  Why does this matter to cyclists?  Because there will be short term and long term impacts to where you ride while the project is underway.  If you ride in this area, let’s […]

Jun302017
Comments: Transforming City Streets

At the beginning of the week, this Personal View column titled Transforming city streets creates another path to growth appeared in Crain’s Cleveland Business. We agree with the sentiment that Mr. Biggar expresses, and would also like to bring a few things to point. Young talent is moving to walkable, dynamic cities that do not require driving […]

Jun272017
June: Finish Up Strong!

The month of June is quickly drawing to a close, but there are still 3 great ways to finish up the month in style! Bike To Work Day This Friday brings another monthly opportunity to join your fellow cyclists on a bike adventure to work.  Some people ride every day, some now and then, and […]

Jun072017
The Mystery of the Orange Barrels

Late last month, social media reports and photos of the dreaded orange barrels placed in the bike lane on Detroit-Superior bridge began to emerge. They were in the eastbound bike lane, and when they popped up – the reason wasn’t readily apparent.  Putting orange barrels all the way down a priority bike route raised a […]

May102017
Midway Bike Ride & Panel Discussion

Celebrate National Bike Month with a fun, flat three-mile ride starting at Public Square and going out Superior Avenue—the selected Midway Proof of Concept Corridor—through the St. Clair Superior neighborhood and ending at Goldhorn Brewery for snacks, beer, and a panel discussion on Cleveland’s proposed Midway Protected Bike Boulevard Network. Panelists include: Freddy L. Collier, […]

Apr262017
Detroit-Superior Bridge Collision

Early this morning, reports began to emerge of a cyclist being hit on the Detroit-Superior bridge. The details, as of April 26th at 4:00PM, are as follows (driver & cyclist’s names removed): Sergeant Jennifer Ciaccia #9176 Public Information Officer Cleveland Division of Police The Cleveland Division of Police Accident Investigation Unit is currently investigating a crash […]