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Planning Underway for Downtown Bike Hub at Front and Long

Brent Warren Brent Warren Planning Underway for Downtown Bike Hub at Front and Long

Planning is underway by the City of Columbus on a bike hub that would be located on the first floor of the new city parking garage being built at the northwest corner of Front and Long streets downtown. The facility would be open to the public and would offer cyclists a place to store their […]

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Moving Away but Leaving a Legacy – Denis de Verteuil

Anne Evans Anne Evans Moving Away but Leaving a Legacy – Denis de Verteuil

When you think of some of the initiatives that have happened in Columbus over the past few years – Design:ROLLS, How We Roll, Bike OSU, Pinchflat, and more – it’s hard not to think of Denis de Verteuil. He grew up in Columbus, and while his life’s path has recently taken him to Brooklyn, many […]

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CoGo Adding Five New Stations, Updates Pricing Model

Walker Evans Walker Evans CoGo Adding Five New Stations, Updates Pricing Model

The CoGo Bike Share system will continue to grow and expand this year with the addition of five new station locations this summer. The pricing model for ridership is also making a couple of changes. The daily rental rate is jumping from $6 per day to $8 per day, while a new three-day pass will […]

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CycleBar Coming Soon to Easton, Powell, Polaris & Short North

Walker Evans Walker Evans CycleBar Coming Soon to Easton, Powell, Polaris & Short North

Indoor cycling workout space CycleBar will be making its Central Ohio debut this spring when it opens at 4201 Weaverton Lane at the Easton Gateway. The facility offers a unique high-energy exercise experience in what is described as a “concert-like” atmosphere. “I am excited about bringing the CycleBar experience to Columbus,” says franchise operator David Eichelberger. “The Columbus […]

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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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