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  • Friends: Ohio City Bike Coop Social Ride

    October 3, 2020  10:30 am - 12:00 pm

    Held on the first Saturday of every month, the Social ride is a short, easy, sight-seeing bicycle ride in Cleveland's Flats and Downtown neighborhoods.
    Meet starting at 10am, ride leaves at 10:30am and always returns at noon.
    The ride is free (donations are welcome!), and loaner bikes are available - please contact us at info@ohiocitycy?cles.org by the Thurs. ahead if you'll need a loaner.
    For more info see http://ohiocity?cycles.org/our-?programs/social?-rides/

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A young Heights resident explores UH by bike

By Angel Reyes | September 7, 2020

The Heights area has wonderful communities that are waiting to be explored by bike. We have outstanding community members too. Among them, Daniel Terburg, a 10 year-old Heights resident who writes a blog about his experiences riding his bicycle through University Heights. Follow his journey by visiting his blog, Bike the Heights. You can get there by clicking here. 

Road rage in the times of coronavirus

By Angel Reyes | August 20, 2020

I have been an active rider since 2009. I commute by bicycle, and I ride for fun. The time I spend riding is my me-time; it doubles as meditation and as exercise. Bicycling feeds my wanderlust too. I enjoy exploring neighborhoods, towns, and cities by bike. My bicycle has allowed me to defy the limitations…

What’s Your Story?

By Heights Bicycle Coalition | July 28, 2020

By Mary Dunbar at HBC In the midst of pandemic, bicycling is more popular than ever in the Heights. Families enjoy rides on residential streets and sidewalks and on park trails.  Commuting to work by bicycle allows people to keep a distance. Recreational rides are a great way to get out of the house. How…