Cleveland Named One Of Best Bicycling Cities

Cleveland Named one of Best Bicycling Cities


Cleveland one of best biking cities


For the first time, Bicycling Magazine has added Cleveland to its list of best cities for bicycling.  This list is based on government and community initiatives that offer more amenities to bicyclers as well as overall efforts of the area to “go green” and provide better conditions for healthy recreation. This is the first time Cleveland has made the list.

Cleveland was officially ranked number 39 on the list and was named a “rising star” by the magazine.  Bicycle enthusiasts are delighted to see our city recognized.  Cleveland currently has eight trails and is planning to add eight more.  We also have one of the biggest Metropark systems in the country, with great trails for biking. In addition, the city is also considering creating a “Bike Station” downtown, a place where there would be lockers and showers, and repairs could also be done.   So get out there, enjoy the city and get some exercise.

Don’t have a bike – visit the local bike shops in your neighborhood for expert advice on what you need to join the fun. We also encourage riders to be cautious and practice safety at all times, and that includes wearing a helmet.

For more info – pick up the May issue of Bicycling Magazine.


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