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Cleveland Bicycle Week 04.29.11short

Cleveland Bicycle Week 04.29.11short

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Published by John McGovern
Release 1 (April 29)
Kevin Cronin, ClevelandBikes
4403 Saint Clair Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44103
216.377.0615 kevin@kevincronin.us
This release contains 4 pages
Release 1 (April 29)
Kevin Cronin, ClevelandBikes
4403 Saint Clair Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44103
216.377.0615 kevin@kevincronin.us
This release contains 4 pages

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Published by: John McGovern on Apr 29, 2011
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:www.clevelandbicycleweek.orgRelease 1 (April 29)Kevin Cronin, ClevelandBikes4403 Saint Clair AvenueCleveland, Ohio 44103216.377.0615kevin@kevincronin.us
This release contains 4pages
Spring is HERE! Join Us For Cleveland BicycleWEEK
Cleveland Bicycle Week has expanded, with events to celebrate cyclingthroughout the month, with something for everyone.
Events are listed inchronological orderF
eatured events listed first & highlighted in red
Bicycle to Work Downtown Celebration
May 20, 2011 - 7:30am - 9:30amEast 4th St., between High St. and Huron Rd.Location: The Bike Rack, Rally, enjoy music, friends and coffee at the Cleveland’sfirst bicycle station, currently under construction. Find a riding partner through"Bike Buddy" at NOACA's Ohio Ride Share, the ride matching software programOn your ride, stop off at NOACA to get your own copy of the area bike map.
Ride of Silence
Wednesday, May 18
; 5:45 pm- 7:00pm
Two locations: East: Whole Foods
Market (Cedar Road and Warrensville Center Rd.);Downtown: Free Stamp Statue, Lakeside Avenue and East 9
Riders will meet at5:45pm and depart from both locations at 6:00pm. All riders will meet together atUniversity Hospital in University Circle at 7:00pm. Helmets required.
Please wear white and join in support of riders locally, nation-wide and world-widein support of basic safety for road users and in recognition of those who wereinjured or killed while riding.
A Benefit for World Bicycle Relief - Help the world through the powerof bicycles!
May 3, 2011 - 7:00pm - 9:00pmLocation: Cedar Lee Theatre 2163 Lee Road; Cleveland Heights, Ohio
Kick off Cleveland Bicycle Week and join us for an exciting andinspiring Cleveland premiere of the award-winning documentary film,With My Own Two Wheels, the centerpiece of a benefit for WorldBicycle Relief.
Tickets are $10 for adults; $8 for students and seniors. Moreabout WBR and its important work is at: www.worlbicyclerelief.org or call 440-796-1605 for more information.
Healthy Communities Active Transportation (HCAT) Conference:
May 9-10; Cleveland Play House (8500 Euclid Avenue) Cleveland, Ohio
Ohio’s second statewide conference on building healthy communitiesand encouraging biking and walking as active transportation, featuringlocal and national experts leading discussions on how changing theenvironment we build can positively impact community health.
Featuredspeakers: Charlie Gandy, Mobility Coordinator for Long Beach California and theCalifornia Bike Coalition and Dr. Michael Roizen, Chief Wellness Officer, ClevelandClinic and best-selling author.http://www.dot.state.oh.us/DIVISIONS/TRANSSYSDEV/MULTIMODALPLANNING/BICYCLE/HCAT/Pages/default.aspx.
Urban Pathways Initiative Summit
May 24, 2011 - 9:00am - May 25, 2011 - 5:00pmCleveland, OH; Phone: 216-429-1182, ext. 107
To request more information and an invitation to this event, visit:http://support.railstotrails.org/site/Survey?ACTION_REQUIRED=URI_ACTION_USER_REQUESTS&SURVEY_ID=4540
 Rails-to-Trails Conservancy along with Slavic Village Development will by hostingthe
Urban Pathways 
conference May 24th-25
, bringing together over 150 trailenthusiasts and professionals to learn some of the best practices taking place inCleveland and other successful programs from across the nation.
Bikespresso - A Ride to Celebrate Cycling and Coffee (and Raise $$ forBike Racks)!
May 14, 2011 – beginning at 3:30pm – eveningLocation: Start at Phoenix Coffee (W. 9
St, north of St. Clair Ave.; Cleveland)Riding to several locations around Cleveland; also a design contest for the bestcoffee sleeve; also a social fundraiser to build and deploy bikes racks.
Pajama Party Night Ride on the Towpath Trail
May 14, 2011 – Fun starts 7:00pm, with the ride from 8:00pm - 10:00pm
 Century Cycles 1621 Main St (Rt 303) Peninsula, OH; Phone: 330-657-2209http://www.centurycycles.com/for/NightRides
Join Century Cycles' Night Ride on the Towpath Trail/ Pajama PartyNight Ride!
The Pajama Party Night Ride will collect donations for ProjectNight Night - please bring a new children’s book, stuffed animal or small flannelblanket to create nighttime comfort packages for homeless children.
Library Presentation: Meet Rick Smith, creator of "Yehuda Moon andthe Kickstand Cyclery" and Frank Hall, Bicycle Boulevard, to answerbicycle questions
Rick Smith -- May 18, 2011 - 7:00pm - 8:30pmFrank Hall May 21
2011 – 2:00pm-3:00pmBertram Woods Branch, Shaker Heights Public Library (20600 Fayette Rd.)Phone: 216-991-2421; www.shakerlibrary.org
Pedaling Art -- Reception For Art of Recycled Bicycle Parts or BicycleThemed Art
May 20, 2011 - 8:00pm - 11:59pmLocation: Wall Eye Gallery, 5304 Detroit Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio)Phone: (216)640-7769; http://www.walleyegallery.comEnjoy all forms of bike art at Wall Eye Gallery in the exciting Detroit Shorewayneighborhood
This juried exhibition is a celebration of bicycle culture through artand design, with art of all media eligible for recognition. This reception is the
perfectway to end your Bike to Work day!
Old Brooklyn Pedal for Prizes
May 21, 2011 - 12:30pm - 4:00pmLoew Park 3121 Oak Park Avenue, Old Brooklyn neighborhood, Cleveland, OhioThe second annual Old Brooklyn Pedal for Prizes, is a fun way to explore thisexciting and growing community (formerly known only as Drew Carey’sneighborhood) and ride for terrific prizes!
For mor 
e information, visit: www.pedalfor
Pop UP Pearl (But Don’t Call it a Festival)
May 21, 2011 - 12:00pm - 8:45pm; Phone: 216-459-1000Pearl Rd. (between Wildlife Way & State Road, Cleveland, OH)The Old Brooklyn Community Development Corp. and its partners will create amodel complete street along Pearl Rd. between Wildlife Way & State Road. Basedon the
Better Block 
national model, Pop UP Pearl will create, for a day, a completestreet with bike lanes, traffic calming, street activity, pop up shops, and art.
Blessing of the Bicycles
May 22, 2011 - 11:00am - 12:00pmSt. Mary's Church, 15519 Holmes Avenue (Holmes Ave. and E. 156th St.)Collinwood neighborhood in NE Cleveland

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