Book Launch: Cycling Rights: Bicycles, E-Bikes & Micro-Mobility Devices

Join Bike Cleveland and Ken Knabe, Cleveland’s Bike Attorney, for the launch and a discussion of his recent book titled “Cycling Rights: Bicycles, E-Bikes & Micro-Mobility Devices.” His new book helps Cleveland cyclists understand their rights and responsibilities when riding on our roads. Ken provides both legal and practical advice for cyclist safety and helps […]

Action Alert: Support Patty Banks

Back in May 2019, cyclist Patty Banks was hit by a driver in Avon Lake and critically injured. The driver fled the scene. News stories outlined the search and quick apprehension of the driver (and location of the vehicle at a body shop), the subsequent arrest, and the court arraignment where driving privileges were reinstated. […]

Virtual Happy Hour

Join Bike Cleveland for a Virtual Happy Hour! We will host a casual discussion of the latest news in biking in our region. Learn about our current advocacy campaigns, virtual education programs, and how you can help make our streets safe. This virtual meeting is open to all, but you have to register so we […]

Spooky Spin

October brings shorter, cooler days – and darker, spookier nights! It all culminates at the end of the month with Halloween, but in a COVID world, we’re all looking for new alternative ways to experience things with so many restrictions still in place. That’s why we’re bringing you this Spooky Spin to haunted sites in […]

BIKE THERE on September 22nd

“This September 21-27, and specifically on September 22, we are encouraging everyone to Bike There, wherever that there may be. Bike to Work, yes. Bike with friends, yes. Bike to an errand, yes. Bike to a Bicycle Friendly Business, yes. Bike around your neighborhood and back to your home, yes. Any bike, anywhere, it all […]

Right of Way – a discussion about pedestrian safety

Join Clevelanders for Public Transit and Bike Cleveland for a presentation and Q&A with Cleveland’s own Angie Schmitt about her recently released book Right of Way: Race, Class and the Silent Epidemic of Pedestrian Deaths in America. Facebook Event Link Register via Zoom at In Right of Way Angie Schmitt shows us that traffic […]

ACTION ALERT: Support Complete Streets

The streets of Cleveland are an important part of the livability of our neighborhoods. They ought to be for everyone, whether young or old, motorist or bicyclist, walker or wheelchair user, bus rider or shopkeeper. Our streets should connect the places we need and want to visit, not serve as barriers because they are unsafe. […]

Action Alert: Willow Street Lift Bridge

While Lakeview Estates in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood has been home to generations of Clevelanders that have contributed immensely to our city, residents have been unfairly subjected to environmental injustices and decisions rooted in structural racism. Large freeways have been built, cutting off Lakeview to the rest of the neighborhood and decades of industrial truck […]

eNEO2050 – Inform future transportation investments

NOACA is updating their Long Range Transportation Plan, which will guide investment in transportation infrastructure for the next 30 years. The plan is called eNEO2050. The overall goal of the plan is to increase mobility and improve the quality of life within NOACA’s five county region (Cuyahoga, Lorain, Lake, Geague, and Medina counties). Through the […]

25 Connects Virtual Kick-Off Event

Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) recently launched 25Connects, a community planning process for the West 25th Street corridor. 25Connects will provide the design recommendations and tools to guide a future West 25th Street corridor focused on walkable, transit-supportive, mixed-use community development in support of RTA’s MetroHealth Line bus rapid transit (BRT) line. BRT refers to […]

PUBLIC COMMENT: Access Ohio 2045 Transportation Plan

Ohio’s long-range transportation plan, called Access Ohio 2045, is available for public review and comment. You can download the draft plan and share your thoughts via survey here —> Access Ohio 2045 will guide Ohio’s transportation policies and investment strategies for the next 20 years, including investments in biking, walking and transit. Some of […]

Third Federal: Cleveland’s Latest Bicycle Friendly Business

Today, the League of American Bicyclists recognized Third Federal with a Bronze Bicycle Friendly Business (BFB) award, earning them a place alongside bike-forward businesses across the country in a commitment to building a more Bicycle Friendly America. They join a growing list of businesses in Northeast Ohio and statewide that are making our corner of the […]