Final Franklin Boulevard Public Meeting

There is an ongoing study into Franklin Boulevard and how traffic calming methods could be implemented to help improve the busy street for residents, pedestrians, and bicyclists that use the popular east-west corridor. This study is a collaboration between the City of Cleveland, NOACA, and the community development groups that represent the areas around Franklin. This next […]

Be A Map Updater!

NOACA is updating it’s bicycle maps for Medina and Lorain counties, and they need YOUR input to help determine the best routes through the regions. Data from actual riders is critical to making sure the recommendations and ratings make sense for REAL riders using REAL roads and trails on a regular basis. It also helps […]

Making The Connections

There has been a lot of news about all of the long-awaited bikeway connections becoming a reality over the next 3 years. Some are on-street improvements, others are altogether new routes, and one is a key bridge connection over a wide swath of land occupied by railway lines. Let’s zoom in on 3 of them, […]

2018 Annual Meeting Recap

Since only about a quarter of our members made it to our annual meeting and recap, let’s take a minute and review things here for those that missed it. First off, we would like to thank our event sponsors – Ohio Desk, LaneSpotter, and Platform Beer Co for their support this year! It means a lot […]

Cuyahoga Greenway Meetings

Help shape the future of Cuyahoga County and a planned network of interconnected bikeways and pedestrian routes by committing some time this week to join one of 3 area meetings where your input in needed. This series of meetings about the Cuyahoga Greenways takes place with 1 meeting on January 17th, and two on the 18th. Cuyahoga […]

Get Social!

Winter is tough. Lots of time indoors, so much anticipation for better weather. We know. So let’s fix it with some some great monthly reasons to get out of the house, stoke your cycling fire, and speed up the arrival of great riding weather! January 21st: Bike Cleveland Annual Meeting Come check out what we […]

Community Meeting: Red Line Greenway

Back in October, the news of full funding for the proposed Red Line Greenway was announced, bringing this long-sought route into reality in the coming years. It will be an important trail connection between several existing routes, and those that are in planning for the future. The Greenway will stretch for 3 miles from the […]

2017: A Look Back

It’s been another productive year here at Bike Cleveland, and we’re proud of what we have accomplished on behalf of cyclists on the streets of our favorite city. Over the last 12 months, we: 1. Saw the installation of a protected, green painted bike lane on Detroit-Superior Bridge in coordination with the City of Cleveland […]