CycleHop-Social Bikes Selected as Preferred Bike Share Vendor

            Media Contact(s): Jeane’ Holley: (216)698-2544/(216) 640-0821 or November 4, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CycleHop-SoBi Selected as Preferred Bike Share Vendor Cuyahoga County to Open Contract Negotiations for a Spring 2016 Rollout Cleveland, OH – The Cuyahoga County Department of Sustainability, in partnership with Bike Cleveland, announces CycleHop-SoBi as […]

Bike Cleveland Releases Bike Share RFP

Good news for fans of bike sharing in Cleveland! After completing the requisite paperwork and getting through all the necessary red tape, we are happy to announce the formal release of the Cleveland Bike Share RFP! The formal request for proposal was sent out to multiple bike share vendors around the country, and is hereby publicly […]


  With the generous help of volunteers, NOACA conducts bicycle and pedestrian counts throughout Northeast Ohio during the months of May and September annually. Please consider helping NOACA with their bike/ped count program in May. The count does the following – Gauge regional and local levels of bicycling and walking beyond what is already available from Census data. […]

Cleveland’s First Buffered Bike Lane: E. 72nd Street

The City of Cleveland is putting the finishing touches on the city’s first ever buffered bike lane! Located on E. 72nd Street between St. Clair Avenue and the Lake Erie shore (see mape below), the buffered bike lane connects the St. Clair Superior Neighborhood safely to Gordon Park and the Cleveland Metropark Lakefront Park. Giving residents safe […]

Puritas Avenue Resurfacing – Public Meeting

2ND Puritas Avenue Public Meeting, Wednesday, March 12th Puritas Avenue’s future involves resurfacing and the potential for bike lanes in each direction from Rocky River Drive to W. 130th St. But that potential will not be realized if we don’t speak up for a safer Puritas Avenue at the second public meeting.  When: Wednesday, March 12th @ […]

Action Alert: Help make Bay Village Bicycle-Friendly

UPDATE: Join us March 10th at 7:30pm at Bay Village City Hall (350 Dover Center Rd) for the second reading of the updated bike ordinances. We need public comment to help with the following: There is some talk of requiring helmets and mirrors. While we encourage helmet usage and mirrors, research has shown that mandatory […]

Let’s Connect the Maple Highlands Trail

With over 600 signatures in hand and a dozen supporters in attendance at the Geauga County Commissioners meeting on Thursday, February 27th the question was asked to the trio of commissioners: Will you approve the easement needed to connect the maple Highlands Trail? The response was brief and vague noting that the County Commissioners are […]

Bay Village – Bicycle Friendly Laws

Bay Village cyclists need you to attend the Bay Village City Council Committee meeting on: Thursday, February 27th @ 5:30pm Bay Village City Hall (350 Dover Center Rd). WHY: Over the past year Bike Cleveland has been working with groups (Bay Village Green Team, Village Bicycle Co-op and the Bay Skate & Bike Park Foundation) […]

Action Alert: Connect the Maple Highlands Trail

UPDATE February 24th, 2014: Over 600 people have signed the petition telling the Geauga County Commissioners to approve the land easement needed to connect the Maple Highlands Trail. Now we need you in person as supporters attend the Geauga County Commissioners meeting onThursday, February 27th at 6:30pm at theCommissioners’ Chambers (470 Center St., Chardon, OH, Bldg #4). Lets us know you are […]

Lorain Avenue Streetscape – Cleveland’s first planned protected bike lane

UPDATE: Join us for the second Lorain Avenue Streetscape Public Meeting on February 19th, 6pm at Urban Community School, 4909 Lorain Ave. Come and voice your support for Cleveland’s first ever planned protected bike lane. Spread the word and invite your friends on Facebook. On Tuesday, December 10th Ohio City Inc. and Bike Cleveland packed […]

Cleveland Bike Plan – 80 miles in 4 years

The City of Cleveland recently announced an aggressive plan to install 80+ miles of bike facilities by 2017. The 70 miles will be funded through the City’s capital improvement plan. In addition the plan calls for 82.5 miles of additional bikeways that will complete a network of connected bicycle facilities. These additional miles will installed […]

Denison Avenue Resurfacing – Public Meeting

Denison Avenue between SR176 and Ridge Road is going to have underground utility upgrades, and as a result will be resurfaced this year. There is a public meeting taking place on Thursday, January 9th at 6:30pm  Sachsenheim Hall (7001 Denison Ave.)  We have heard that the new striping plan for Denison Avenue includes bike lanes. […]