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Tips for Winter Bike Riding

Meredith Joy Meredith Joy Tips for Winter Bike Riding

The topic of winter bike riding begs an important question: Why the hell ride in winter? I get it. I am more than sympathetic to the fair-weather riders among us; winter riding presents some unique challenges. But go ahead and do it anyway. Why? Lots of reasons, I suppose, but the best I can think […]

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Cycling Your Way to a Healthier You

Bridgette Kidd Bridgette Kidd Cycling Your Way to a Healthier You

With a new year, often comes resolutions to be more active. Gym members can attest to the drastic change that happens after January 1st. Treadmills and elliptical machines, abandoned over the holidays, are now crowded with people hoping to lose weight and get healthy. While some might find success, many of us will succumb to […]

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Columbus Opens City’s First Protected Bike Lane to the Public

Walker Evans Walker Evans Columbus Opens City’s First Protected Bike Lane to the Public

While cyclists have already been utilizing some of the completed portions of the new bike lanes along Fourth and Summit Streets for several weeks, the new project officially opened to the public with a ribbon cutting ceremony held yesterday afternoon by city leaders. The new installment includes the first protected lane in the City of […]

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Giant Tricycle Doubles as Bike Parking and Public Art at City of Columbus Public Utilities Department

Anne Evans Anne Evans Giant Tricycle Doubles as Bike Parking and Public Art at City of Columbus Public Utilities Department

A giant red tricycle has appeared at the City of Columbus Public Utilities Department located at 910 Dublin Road. The new piece of public art doubles as a bike rack for the facility and was designed by Tim Lai ArchitecT. “We love the fact that these bike racks will be installed at different Recrecation Centers, […]

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Black and Outside in Columbus

Jesse Bethea Jesse Bethea Black and Outside in Columbus

Nicole Jackson grew up in Cleveland where, as a child, she didn’t have many options to go outdoors and connect with nature. Much of her time was spent inside watching television, usually nature programs like National Geographic and Kratts’ Creatures. Jackson went on to study environment and natural resources at the Ohio State University with […]

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11 New CoGo Stations Coming in July

Walker Evans Walker Evans 11 New CoGo Stations Coming in July

The CoGo Bike Share system is expanding. A total of 11 new stations are expected to be added this year, bringing the grand total up to 41, which is more than what was previously reported back in March. “We were able to squeeze in three more stations to the order, which we’re really happy about,” […]

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CoGo Expanding to East Franklinton, South Campus and Beyond

Walker Evans Walker Evans CoGo Expanding to East Franklinton, South Campus and Beyond

While CoGo will not be expanding to cover the entire campus of The Ohio State University this year, it will still be expanding to other high-demand areas throughout the central city. Plans to add new stations first surfaced back in December, and a meeting this past week between City administrators and CoGo management helped to […]

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