Bike Cleveland Equity Statement

In June 2020 Bike Cleveland released a statement that reiterated that “Safe streets for all” means more than building a connected bike network and safe pedestrian environments. It means creating an environment where all people, but especially African Americans and other persons of color, feel safe and comfortable using our city streets as public spaces […]

Safe Routes Partnership Selects Bike Cleveland to Help Improve Lakefront Park Access

Safe Routes Partnership Selects Bike Cleveland to Help Improve Lakefront Park Access Cleveland, Ohio, March 1, 2021—From a competitive pool of nationwide applicants, the Safe Routes Partnership has selected Bike Cleveland to join Safe Routes to Parks Activating Communities, a technical assistance program focused on improving safe and equitable local park access. As part of […]

ACTION ALERT: Feedback Needed on Chard Pedestrian Bridge

As part of an Ohio Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) I-77 pavement replacement project ODOT is seeking feedback on the Chard Avenue Pedestrian Bridge. The Chard Avenue Pedestrian Bridge does not meet current design standards and will be impacted by the I-77 Pavement Replacement project. ODOT is seeking feedback from the community about removing the bridge […]

ACTION ALERT: Help End Distracted Driving

Ohio Governor Dewine announced on Feb. 8th, 2021 that he is reaffirming his commitment from over a year ago to improve the safety of Ohio’s roads by including Hands Free Ohio provisions in his state budget proposal. Hands Free Ohio would make driving while handling any electronic wireless device a primary offense for adult drivers […]

Bike League Education Center Virtual Tour

The League of American Bicyclists has a new way to learn bike skills online, at This is a great place to build your knowledge base about bicycling whether you’re new to cycling or have been riding for years. If you are searching for resources as a beginner cyclist, or you desire to teach others […]

2021 Annual Meeting Recap

Every January, we prepare an in-person meeting for our growing ranks of members. We secure a unique, historic space in Cleveland (there are many), bring in catered food, tap kegs, and have a lively evening together. Bike shops and partner organizations attend, old friends mingle, and new friends are made. It’s part recap of the […]

Annual Meeting: Chapter Review

While Bike Cleveland works on advocacy for the greater Cleveland region, we also have chapters that work on specific communities that help us cover a larger area. These chapters focus on the details and specific issues unique to their area, plus host events and foster ridership locally. Like us, they saw limited opportunities for outreach […]

2021 Annual Meeting & Virtual Social

The solo ride defined cycling in 2020, as the pandemic brought unprecedented changes to nearly every facet of life – with our Annual Meeting being no exception. We’re still bringing you updates on this past year, and a look forward as always. But this year’s meeting will also include a very special guest – Leah […]