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Kickin’ it with the Neighborhood Kids
News, Safer Streets Campaigns

Last week Bike Cleveland, along with the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission and the Ohio City Bicycle Co-Op visited the Zelma George and Hamilton Rec Centers in the Buckeye Shaker and Mount Pleasant neighborhoods as part of the GCSC’s Urban Youth Initiative. OCBC hosted a “Fix-A-Thon” where neighborhood residents could bring their bikes and have them fixed for free. […]

ACTION ALERT: W. 25th Street Bike Lane
Bike CLE, News

Why buffer a bike from the curb? That is what we were left wondering when we went out to see the planned bike lane for W. 25th Street. See it for yourself below in the photo showing the pre-markings for a bike lane on W. 25th from Bridge Ave. to Detroit Ave. Buffers are great […]

Official Routes Released for MCPc Fundo p/b Bike Cleveland
News

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 8 August, 2015 Contact: Rob Thompson Communications Manager Bike Cleveland Email: Rob@bikecleveland.org Official Routes Released for MCPc Fundo p/b Bike Cleveland Routes expand on inaugural year’s success. CLEVELAND, OH – Bike Cleveland is excited to announce the official routes for the MCPc Fundo p/b Bike Cleveland as part of the second […]

Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail Dedication
News

Thursday, August 13th, 2015 – 3:36pm Several key stakeholders and dignitaries came together at Merwin’s Wharf, including current Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell, to dedicate the first section of the Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail. The new section of trail runs nearly half a mile and connects the southern end of the Scranton Peninsula to […]

Date: Aug 13, 2015
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Bike Cleveland Launches New Public Awareness Campaign
News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CLEVELAND, OH — Bike Cleveland is proud to launch its second comprehensive public awareness campaign entitled “We’re All Drivers.” The campaign is designed to humanize people on bikes as people in your community, and to raise awareness that people on bikes are legal road vehicles with the same rights and responsibilities as […]

Random Acts of Brightness
News, Safer Streets Campaigns

Many people in our region do not own cars and ride bicycles out of necessity, making riding at night an unavoidable reality. A major safety concern we have in Cleveland is people on bikes riding around at night without adequate lighting on their bikes. One reason for this is that quality light sets and their replacement […]

Cleveland Safe Routes to School Plan
News, Safer Streets Campaigns

Few things excite us at Bike Cleveland more than improving facilities and safety for kids. So, we are pleased to be part of a committee working with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) to help them develop a comprehensive Safe Routes to School (SRTS) travel plan. The committee is made up of individuals representing agencies […]

Editorial: Get With It Already! Bikes Are Good For Everyone; Not Just Cyclists!
News

You hear a lot about the personal benefits of bikes. What they can do for you; the individual. Live longer! Be fitter! Save money! Shame your friends who drive everywhere! All of this is true, but it isn’t enough of a draw to make cycling mainstream, thus the benefits of bikes are never fully realized. […]