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Archive for September 2016

Walk or Bike to School Day – Oct 5

Walking and biking to school is good for your health, the environment, and the community. Active transportation means less air pollution and traffic congestion. And, it’s fun! Research shows that children who walk or bike to school are more ready to learn when classwork starts. That’s why the school district, PTA the PE teachers and…

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Fun Fall Rides

Cycle Through Time Sunday, October 2nd (Rain Date Sunday, October 9) 1 – 3:30 p.m. Coventry Village Branch Library, 1925 Coventry Rd, CH. Celebrate a century of bikes and books! Learn the history of the local Heights Library with a lecture and bicycle tour. This collaboration between Heights Libraries, the Heights Bike Coalition and Cleveland…

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Irresistible September Bicycle Rides!

NEO CYCLE Friday-Sunday, September 9-11, on the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland Sponsored by Bike Cleveland, this is the Midwest’s biggest urban cycling festival, featuring touring, racing, gear, demonstrations, celebration. Following are some highlights, but for complete information, see http://www.neocycle.org/   NEO CYCLE NIGHT RIDE , Saturday, September 10 at 7:30 pm. Presented by Cuyahoga Community College.…

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NOACA Needs You for Bike/Pedestrian Count!

With the generous help of volunteers, the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) conducts bicycle and pedestrian counts throughout Northeast Ohio during the months of May and September annually. These counts are conducted in order to gauge regional and local levels of bicycling and walking, identify trends based on count data to aid the planning…

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