Connector Trails Update

Back in February, work quietly began on two important connector trails. If you’re in the area now, you can begin to see some progress on the Cleveland Lakefront Bikeway Connector, which will connect the Cleveland Foundation Centennial Trail Lake Link to the Cleveland Lakefront Bikeway at 25th Street. In the next few weeks, work will […]

Public Meeting: Fulton Road Phase 2

Construction has begun on Phase 1 of Fulton Road, and we thank the over 200 people who took the time to  sign on to the improvements that we are recommending to the design to create a safer street for all users. The time is also approaching to express your opinions and desires for Phase 2 […]

Sticker Pack Voting!

At our Annual Meeting, we asked attendees to provide ideas for an upcoming sheet sticker pack. The assortment will include Bike Cleveland logos, a horizontal sticker for a bike frame, and some alternatives just for fun. You will find our top picks below for the alternatives – vote for your favorite themes! Loading…

2019 Annual Meeting Recap

Another year has come and gone, and another Bike Cleveland Annual Meeting is in the books! We packed the upstairs ballroom of Sachsenheim Hall with longtime members, those who have just joined, and everyone in between. We followed a familiar format from events past, and welcomed our partner organizations and supporting bike shops to have […]

UPDATE > Public Meeting: Fulton Road

Update #2 News 5 Cleveland reported about the planned changes to Fulton Road, and the potential impact it could have on the safety of the road. Councilman Kerry McCormack as well as residents are concerned about the removal of 3 street lights for good reason. Please read our first update below, and sign on to […]

Help Shape The Future of Carnegie Avenue

MidTown Cleveland, with support from NOACA and other partners are working on a plan to re-envision the future of Carnegie Avenue. Part of the vision is to improve conditions for cyclists and pedestrians, and increase the connectivity and safety for all users. As it is today Carnegie is a dangerous street. From 2015-2017, there were 737 crashes on […]

Be Bicycle Friendly in the New Year!

More and more Cleveland businesses are recognizing that embracing the positive attributes of bicycling brings many benefits to the visitor experience and workforce happiness. Cyclists like to frequent businesses they identify as bike friendly, and prospective & current employees will view your company more favorably if you take a forward approach to integrating bicycles into your […]

Can I ride my e-bike there?

Ohio recently passed a statewide e-bike law, which mirrors those in a growing list of states. It’s an effort to provide some regulation and standards for a type of powered vehicle that is growing in popularity, and destined to share pathways and trails with non-assisted machines. Before we can delve into where you can take […]