Bike Euclid, as the newest chapter of Bike Cleveland, had the honor of presenting what we’ve been up to, at the Bike Cleveland Annual Meeting and Social, January 21st. A simply outstanding evening and what a terrific way to kick off the new year. We took the stage, presenting to an audience of hundreds from throughout the region, along with Executive Director of Bike Cleveland Jacob VanSickle, Director of Cleveland City Planning Commission Freddy Collier, Matt Gray the Manager of Sustainable Cleveland 2019, and our friends at Bike Brecksville and Bike Lakewood. Thank you everyone for your support! And a shout out to the intrepid Bike Euclid members who pedaled across town for the meeting, including Dennis Rymarczyk, Tom Cavan, James Sonnhalter, and David Rozell.
We, in our community, can feel very good about current and future planned improvements to our bicycling and active transportation infrastructure, as well as the improved understanding of safe bicycling. This is a team effort. Bike Euclid, working together with the Euclid Police Department, Community Policing, Euclid City Hall, Mayor Kirsten Holzheimer Gail and Administration, Council, and Department of Planning and Development (particularly you, Ali Lukacsy-Love), is looking forward to another great year of growth and collaboration.
Join us for our Bike Euclid 2018 Meet n Greet, Saturday, March 3. This years event is hosted by Cleveland Brewing, 777 E 185th St, Cleveland. Doors will open at 5:00 pm with a brief presentation at 5:30, then plenty of time to hang out and socialize. There will be a cash bar, soft drinks, and light snacks. Learn about Euclid’s growing bicycle network, learn how you can become a local bike advocate, meet other cyclist, share stories, hear about what we have planned for 2018, and how you can be involved.
Bike Euclid is a local advocacy group working to promote a comprehensive stress free bicycling network for transportation and pleasure, and to encourage and connect bicyclists to resources which support their safe and legal use of their bicycle. Bike Euclid is a chapter of Bike Cleveland. This close working relationship benefits residents of both communities as well as bicyclists throughout the region. Go to www.bikecleveland.org and www.bikeEuclid.org to learn how to get involved, and check out our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/euclidbikes for event details and ideas shared by our community of members.