It’s a new year and we’re meeting at a new venue! Join us for “Cider, Soup & a Side” at the now famous 24 Karrot Kitchen. $22 per person. Please RSVP on Facebook by 1/16/19.
Let me start first by saying “thank you.” Thank you for committing your Sunday afternoon to help shape the work of Bike Cleveland. This email contains important details for our Strategic Planning Summit this Sunday, please take a moment to read it all so you will be prepared for a fun and productive afternoon. Some […]
Last fall we attended two public meetings to discuss the plans for Lakeshore Boulevard that would address the speeding problem along the corridor. Having Lakeshore remain a high speed (regardless of how it is posted) 4-lane road effectively cuts off residents from reaching the lake via active transportation like biking and walking. City Traffic Engineering […]
VeloSano 2015: Bike to Cure! VeloSano, Latin for “swift cure,” is a community fundraising initiative for cancer research. At its core, it’s a cycling event where riders commit to raise a pre-determined dollar amount by requesting support from personal contacts. Rides start and finish in downtown Cleveland. Whether you Ride, Volunteer or Donate, every dollar […]
Madison Avenue from W. 117th to Riverside is being repaved and will receive bike lanes. The new configuration will alter Madison from a four lane street to a much more bike and pedestrian friendly 3 lane road with a center turn lane, bike lanes, and on street parking. This configuration will help calm traffic, and […]
As many of you know, Cranksgiving is this morning! Here’s a brief note: There is a freezing rain advisory this morning and the roads are very icy. However, despite the weather, Cranksgiving will still go on this morning. We’ll have different options for fetching groceries. You can still bike if you’re inclined, and there will […]
Update November 12th The Ohio House of Representatives reconvenes today after its long recess (since June). Now is the time to contact your state representative and senator to encourage them to support House Bill 145, which includes a requirement that motorists leave at least 3 feet when passing cyclists. Contact them quickly and easily by email thanks to […]
Bike Cleveland Cleveland City Council Candidate Questionnaire Candidate Name: Brian Cummins Council Ward 14 Candidate Q. What roles do you think city council can play in making cities safe, accessible and friendly for biking? A. To provide strong oversight of the City Administration in funding and implementing the Complete and Green Streets ordinance passed in […]