Bike Euclid is a local advocacy group , formed in spring of 2014, working to promote a comprehensive stress free bicycling network for transportation and pleasure, and to encourage and connect bicyclists to resources which support their safe and legal use of their bicycle. Bike Euclid, in the winter of 2017, became a chapter of Bike Cleveland.
Our goal is for the City of Euclid to be a Bicycle Friendly Community, and designated as such by the League of American Bicyclists.
A community recognized by the League as Bicycle Friendly℠ welcomes bicyclists by providing safe accommodation for cycling and encouraging people to bike for transportation and recreation. Encouraging bicycling is a simple way towards improving public health. With more people bicycling, communities experience reduced traffic demands, improved air quality and greater physical fitness.
Building such a community can translate into a more connected, physically active, and environmentally sustainable community that enjoys increased property values, business growth, increased tourism, and more transportation choices for citizens.
Bike Euclid, working with citizens, the City of Euclid, and Bike Cleveland, will work to make Euclid a great place for bicycling by focusing on the 5 E’s; Engineering, Education, Encouragement, Enforcement, Evaluation and Planning. Many efforts are already under way so check back often for updates.
Engineering: Creating safe and convenient places to ride and park
Education: Giving people of all ages and abilities the skills and confidence to ride
Encouragement: Creating a strong bike culture that welcomes and celebrates bicycling
Enforcement: Ensuring safe roads for all users
Evaluation & Planning: Planning for bicycling as a safe and viable transportation option
(originally published in the Euclid Observer – March 2018) Bike Euclid applauds and encourages implementation of improvements to bicycling infrastructure included in the Euclid Master Plan, unanimously adopted by Euclid City Council February 5, 2018. We support the Trail Network recommendations, particularly the East 222nd Street Trail, a safe and necessary north-south connector in Euclid’s […]
This month we recognize Christine and Steve McIntosh, enthusiastic supporters of Bike Euclid. And congratulations Christine on becoming the new Ward 5 Councilperson! Christine and Steve share with us their differing approaches to bicycling. Where do you enjoy riding? Is it for transportation, recreation, or both? Describe the experience. SM: When I am on my road […]
Over the summer, a series of articles appeared in the Euclid Observer in an effort to promote safer and more efficient shared use of roads between bikes and cars in the city. The articles were written by Alisa Boles, who is a local attorney and bicycling enthusiast. In 2018, after completing 500+ miles of bike-riding with […]
Bike Euclid is pleased to announce that we are now a chapter of Bike Cleveland. This closer working relationship will benefit residents of both communities as well as bicyclists throughout the region. Bike Euclid’s first meeting of the new year took place Thursday March 2, 2017, 6-8pm at Euclid Brewing Company 21950 Lakeshore Blvd, Euclid, […]
Bike Euclid welcomes all to the Annual Bike to the Beach Party and Campout to celebrate bicycling and our beautiful waterfront in Euclid, Ohio. Gear up and pedal to the beach pavilion at Kenneth J Sims Park 23131 Lakeshore Blvd, Euclid, OH 44123. Begin from home, organize a group, or join more than 500 cyclists […]
Explore Your Ward! Bike Euclid will act as your guide for these fun community bike rides, open to all! Each ride highlights a specific ward within the City of Euclid, and is sponsored by that Euclid Ward Councilperson. Learn safe bicycling techniques from League of American Bicyclist Certified Instructors. Learn how to do a quick […]
Cleveland’s cycling community is once again gathering food for disadvantaged families and senior citizens this holiday season! Bike Cleveland and Bike Euclid are hosting Cleveland’s seventh-annual Cranksgiving, a food drive by bicycle that begins and ends at the Euclid Hunger Center. There is no cost to join the event, but cyclists usually spend about $15 (or […]
Think about biking to work but unsure how to pack or what route to take? Ready for roadside emergencies? Prepared to fix a flat? Gaze across the lake and wonder what it would be like to pedal around it? BIKEBIKE Commuting+Touring Forum is for you! BIKEBIKE a Commuting + Touring Forum was grown out of […]