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Goodale Bike Ramp to Open Soon

Brent Warren Brent Warren Goodale Bike Ramp to Open Soon

Since they were first announced in early 2013, bicycle and trail infrastructure improvements planned for the Goodale Street bridge over State Route 315 and the Olentangy River have generated plenty of enthusiasm from cyclists and other trail users; a new path along the north side of the Goodale bridge would improve conditions along a treacherous roadway […]

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Fitness Review: Cycle614

Sara Gaul Sara Gaul Fitness Review: Cycle614

If you’re anything like me, you’ve been waiting patiently for an indoor cycling studio to open in Columbus and Cycle614 is finally here. I love riding my bike outdoors and I often taken advantage of indoor cycling studios while traveling for work in other cities. However, with winter quickly approaching, I was excited to try […]

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Cycle614 Opens as City’s First Indoor Cycling Studio

Walker Evans Walker Evans Cycle614 Opens as City’s First Indoor Cycling Studio

If you love riding your bike for exercise, but hate the oncoming winter weather, you’re in luck. Cycle614 opened their doors at 1636 Northwest Blvd (just north of King Avenue) on Monday to offer an indoor biking facility that is open year-round. The facility offers instructor-led classes, lunch-hour sessions and bookings for private events. We […]

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Pelotonia Lands Livestrong CEO Doug Ulman as New President

Walker Evans Walker Evans Pelotonia Lands Livestrong CEO Doug Ulman as New President

Pelotonia founder Tom Lennox announced his departure from the organization earlier this year to pursue other projects, and the charity bike ride has been searching for a new leader ever since. Today the organization announced the official replacement: former LIVESTRONG CEO Doug Ulman. Through his 14 years growing LIVESTRONG from a startup into a global brand, Ulman […]

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Protected Lanes Not Part of New Plan for Bike Lanes Downtown

Brent Warren Brent Warren Protected Lanes Not Part of New Plan for Bike Lanes Downtown

The city revealed plans last month for new bike lanes on four major downtown arteries; Long, Spring, Third and Fourth streets. These plans call for a combination of painted bike lanes, signs and sharrows along the length of each of the streets Downtown. The plans do not call for physically separated lanes – or cycle […]

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CoGo Bike Share Expands Three Popular Station Locations

Walker Evans Walker Evans CoGo Bike Share Expands Three Popular Station Locations

While you spent your time relaxing this past weekend, the team at CoGo was busy working. The local bike share system upgraded three of its most popular station locations to add a bit of extra bike capacity to the system as the first phase of a larger expansion plan occurring this year. Four additional bike […]

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New Cycling Initiatives Announced on Bike to Work Day

Walker Evans Walker Evans New Cycling Initiatives Announced on Bike to Work Day

Over 300 riders took to the streets of Columbus this morning for a chilly-yet-sunny commute to work Downtown. Participating groups were led by cycling advocates from Yay Bikes!, CoGo, Friends of the Camp Chase Trail, Consider Biking, Transit Columbus, the Create Columbus Commission, MORPC and car2go. Among the riders were Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman and City […]

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