Posts by Heights Bicycle Coalition
2021 Ride of Silence
Join cyclists around the country as we participate in the Ride of Silence. The Ride of Silence has taken place on the third Wednesday of May for the last 19 years. It honors the cyclists who have been injured or killed in accidents with motorists. This ride raises awareness and asks that we all share…Read More
HBC will partake in Cranksgiving Cleveland 2020
Event Date: Saturday, November 21, 2020 Event Home Base: Walter Stinson Community Park, 2339 Fenwick Rd, University Heights, OH 44118 Registration and map hand outs: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AMRide and drop off purchases: 10:00 AM – 1:00PM Cleveland’s cycling community is once again gathering food for disadvantaged families and senior citizens this holiday season!…Read More
What’s Your Story?
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…Read More
Cancelled: Heritage Home and Garden Tour
A good way to enjoy the Heritage Home and Garden Tour is by bicycle.
Parking is easy when all you need is a patch of grass! Join the Heights Community Congress and the Heights Bicycle Coalition for a great afternoon of biking and touring. Pedal up and purchase your discounted $20 bicycle ticket at the Bike Fix It Station at the corner of Coventry and North Park on Sunday Sept…Read More
“Four Communities” Ride on Sunday, September 8
Sunday, September 8 8:30-11 a.m. Meet at Bexley Park 1630 Wrenford Road, South Euclid We’ve rescheduled to September 8! Join us for a family-friendly bike ride through the four communities we represent: South Euclid, Shaker Heights, Cleveland Heights and University Heights! Gather at 8:30 at Bexley Park and we’ll head out at 9. We will ride…Read More
Juneteenth Freedom Rides
Although the Emancipation Proclamation was issued on January 1, 1863, it took 2 ½ years before word reached Texas and the Confederate south to announce the end of the Civil War and the end of slavery. Therefore, slavery continued until Major General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, TX to read General Order #3 announcing that…Read More
Bike Month is Here!
Updated on May 8 with Ride of Silence and Bike to Work Day details. It’s May, and that means we have a month full of biking-related activities in and around the Heights. From Bike the Heights Weekend May 3-5, to Bike to Work Week May 13-17, the Ride of Silence on May 15 and more,…Read More
Heads Up: Edgehill Rd. and Overlook Rd. Intersection Construction
We wanted to make riders aware that one of the busiest cycling passages in the region, the intersection of Overlook and Edgehill Roads, will be getting reconfigured this spring! According to the Cleveland Heights communications department, “Construction is expected to begin the week of April 1, 2019, at the intersection of Edgehill Road and Overlook…Read More
Come on Sunday, April 7, 5-7 p.m. to HBC’s Annual Meeting
All residents in Heights communities are welcome to come to this year’s Heights Bicycle Coalition (HBC) annual meeting, which will be at the Shaker Historical Society (16740 S Park Blvd.) in Shaker Heights. After a short business meeting to elect new directors and present a financial report, HBC president Steve Reinhardt and board members will…Read More