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Join Us for a Screening of Bicycle Thieves at CWRU on April 14

By Heights Bicycle Coalition / April 13, 2018

Join HBC and the CWRU Film Society on Saturday, April 14, for a viewing of Bicycle Thieves, a 1948 masterpiece film of artistic and cultural importance. There will be two showings – 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. – at Strosacker Auditorium on the campus of Case Western Reserve University in University Circle. Admission is $4 for…

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2018 Annual Meeting, April 8, 4-6 p.m.

By Heights Bicycle Coalition / March 25, 2018

The Heights Bicycle Coalition’s Annual Meeting will be held April 8 from 4-6 p.m. at Heights Arts, 2175 Lee Road in Cleveland Heights. HBC welcomes all to attend for an update on progress in 2017 and our ongoing efforts to make the Heights more bicycle and pedestrian friendly. HBC President Steve Reinhardt will give an…

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Holiday Party – December 3 at 6 p.m.

By Heights Bicycle Coalition / November 26, 2017

The annual Heights Bicycle Coalition’s Holiday Party on Dec. 3 from 6-8 p.m. will include a presentation by the ciCLEvia organization, recognition of local Roll Models, and an update on HBC’s work. CiCLEvia is part of the global Open Streets movement that temporarily closes streets to cars and opens them for people-powered movement. The name…

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Autumn is Better By Bike!

By Heights Bicycle Coalition / September 24, 2017

Heights Bicycle Coalition has adopted “Better by Bike” as a theme for many recommended destinations and rides. This theme works throughout the year, with the possible exception (in the view of some) of snowy and icy days.  Indeed, riding a bicycle is one of the best ways to enjoy the vibrant colors and cooler temperatures…

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Volunteers Needed for All Geared Up

By Heights Bicycle Coalition / September 24, 2017

Help inspire children to learn to ride their bikes safely and with confidence – spend a couple of hours volunteering at the All Geared Up bike rodeo showing kids how to brake, maneuver, “look back” for traffic and more! Event time: Oct. 1, 1-4 pm at Canterbury Elementary School in Cleveland Heights. Volunteers are needed from 12:30-2:30 pm and 2-4:30 pm.…

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10th Annual Ride for Miles

By Heights Bicycle Coalition / September 21, 2017

The 10th Annual Ride For Miles will start at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, September 24, 2017, but arrive at 9:30 a.m. or 9:45 a.m. for coffee and comments. As always, the Ride will start and finish at John Carroll University’s Dolan Science Center. You can register to ride or volunteer via the Ride For Miles website (http://www.rideformiles.org), which also has more information about the…

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Better By Bike

By Heights Bicycle Coalition / September 13, 2017

September is full of great events in and around the Heights, and parking is easy when you bike there! Get some exercise, enjoy the outdoors and avoid parking pains by riding your bike to these fun activities.   Shaker Square Farmer’s Market  Every Saturday from 8 am – noon This weekly farmer’s market is one of…

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Sept. 16 – Chagrin Falls Breakfast Ride

By Heights Bicycle Coalition / September 13, 2017

Saturday, Sept. 16, 9 am Starts at the Church of the Redeemer (corner of East Scarborough and South Taylor roads in Cleveland Heights) Depart from the church parking lot for a moderate- to fast-paced (16 mph) ride that will include hills and beautiful scenery. The ride will stop at Einstein Bros. Bagels in Chagrin Falls…

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July 16 – Dunham Tavern & CiCLEvia Tour

By Heights Bicycle Coalition / July 6, 2017

Join us for a 15 mile ride to the historic Dunham Tavern, 6709 Euclid Ave and Bike Cleveland’s CiCLEvia Central. This ride is on city streets and the bike lane on Euclid Avenue. The ride starts at 12:30 p.m. at Fairfax Elementary School, corner of Scarborough and Lee Rd. and return before 5 p.m. Dunham Tavern …

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Grant Funds Improve Cycling for Students

By Heights Bicycle Coalition / July 6, 2017

As you travel through Cleveland Heights this summer, you will see the new solar-powered speed feedback signs next to Canterbury, Roxboro and Oxford Elementary Schools, Monticello Middle School, and the Hebrew Academy. Exceeding the speed limit triggers impossible-to-ignore flashing lights reminding drivers to slow down. These signs are a result of a collaboration between the…

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