Every December, Heights Bicycle Coalition celebrates its progress, outlines its plans and recognizes community “roll models.” Join the fun on Sunday, December 2, at 4 p.m., in the Secret Garden room at Nighttown, 12383 Cedar Rd, Cleveland, OH 44106.
We will provide a brief update on HBC accomplishments in 2018 and the outlook for 2019. Then we’ll recognize our roll models:
- Richard Wong, Cleveland Heights Director of Planning, representing all City staff who have planned and implemented infrastructure improvements to make the community more bicycle friendly
- Chipper the dog, one of the foremost volunteers who have made after-school bike clubs successful at Fairfax and Canterbury Schools
- Sam Bell, who is developing a robotic system to improve the efficiency and lower the cost dramatically of painting road stripes and symbols that provide access and safety for all roadway users
Weather permitting, Sam will provide a five-minute demonstration of his product that is under development.
Free snacks for all. Cash bar.