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Biking
6:00 am
Fri December 20, 2013

Bike Share hopes to roll into Cincinnati this summer

Washington D.C. is one of more than a dozen cities with a bike sharing program.
Wikipedia

Bike Share, the increasingly popular membership program allowing riders to check out bikes at multiple locations around town, is anticipated to open up in Cincinnati this summer.

New Executive Director of Cincy Bike Share Jason Barron says, "this is not just for bike enthusiasts...going to a meeting, running an errand, or going to lunch will be a lot more accessible from the time standpoint." He's now in the fundraising stage for the first of what could be three phases:

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Cycling and Health
10:55 am
Thu June 6, 2013

Ride Cincinnati to Help Fight Breast Cancer

Ride Cincinnati's Facebook page

This Sunday, June 9th The 7th Annual Ride Cincinnati, will take place to benefit local breast cancer research at The Barrett Cancer Center.

The ride starts at Sawyer Point and continues along the Kentucky side of the riverfront for 31.4 miles - with several turnaround points to accommodate riders of all levels.

National Bicycle Month
3:38 pm
Tue May 21, 2013

OKI Cincinnati Bike Route Guide Now Available

Credit oki.org

Just in time for National Bike Month, the OKI Regional Council of Governments has just released an updated Cincinnati Bike Route Guide.

You can view it online here, or you can request a copy by mail for free here.

More Links:

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National Bicycle Month
4:31 pm
Mon May 20, 2013

Queen City Bike: Bike Advocacy, Events and Much More

Nern Ostendorf of Queen City Bike

May is National Bicycle Month – and two weeks still remain in this year’s celebration of all things bike – so to help shed some light on more exciting upcoming bike events, I met with Nern Ostendorf of Queen City Bike.

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May 16, 2013
12:35 pm
Mon May 13, 2013

Impact Cincinnati: Cycling in Greater Cincinnati

Jason Reser, Melissa McVay and Dan Korman in the WVXU studios

Many people ride bicycles for fun and exercise, but a growing number of Greater Cincinnatians are also choosing cycling as their main mode of transportation. One survey found commuting by bike has increased two-hundred percent here in the last decade.

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