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2018 Pumpkin Pedaler Bicycle Tour

Anne Evans Anne Evans 2018 Pumpkin Pedaler Bicycle Tour

Ichabod and the Team at the Pumpkin Pedaler are thrilled to announce that the 4th Annual Pumpkin Pedaler Bicycle Tour will be held on Sunday, October 28th with pedals up at noon. Registration is open immediately – see below for more information! The 2018 Pumpkin Pedaler will tour Central Columbus, with stops at six area […]

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Work to Start on Bike-Friendly Improvements in Clintonville

Brent Warren Brent Warren Work to Start on Bike-Friendly Improvements in Clintonville

Work is scheduled to start soon on a long-planned set of improvements designed to encourage biking in Clintonville. New markings will be painted on certain streets and new signs will be installed, with the goal of establishing a bike-friendly network that will connect a variety of destinations in the neighborhood. “This project is intended to […]

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Proposal Would Close the Gap in the Olentangy Trail

Brent Warren Brent Warren Proposal Would Close the Gap in the Olentangy Trail

Regular users of the Olentangy Trail know that there is only one section of the shared-use path that detours away from the Olentangy River and onto city streets. That happens on either side of the North Broadway bridge in Clintonville, roughly halfway between the trail’s two endpoints, Worthington and Downtown. A new proposal would close […]

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Forward Motion: Bike Touring Stories from Mary Ann Thomas

  Forward Motion: Bike Touring Stories from Mary Ann Thomas

Have you ever wanted to bike, camp overnight, and just keep going? Join us for a presentation on bike touring from Mary Ann Thomas, who has bicycled across North America and India. She will share stories from the road, demystify logistics and costs, and help you figure out how to make your dream bike trip […]

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Opinion: Columbus Beats Indy in Size, Still Behind in Bike-Friendly Infrastructure

Justin Goodwin Justin Goodwin Opinion: Columbus Beats Indy in Size, Still Behind in Bike-Friendly Infrastructure

Last month, the US Census Bureau released new population estimates showing Columbus edging out Indianapolis to become the 14th largest city in the US and the second largest in the Midwest, just behind Chicago. We have seen continued growth and investment in Downtown, the Short North and surrounding neighborhoods. With new apartments and condos, more […]

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Mega Weekend – 54 Ways to Spend your Memorial Day Weekend

Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Mega Weekend – 54 Ways to Spend your Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time to try something new, connect with friends, and relax. We’ve gathered dozens of the best shopping, theatre, art, music, and outdoor activities for the whole family! Thursday, May 24: Thursdays are perfect for visiting local galleries before the weekend rush. Stop by Flux + Flow in Clintonville for […]

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LimeBike Launching Pilot Program in Dublin

Brent Warren Brent Warren LimeBike Launching Pilot Program in Dublin

LimeBike, the dockless bike share company that has been exploring a summertime launch in Columbus, will be coming to Dublin even sooner. Starting on Saturday, 100 of the brightly colored bikes will be placed around the city and will be available for users to rent. The roll-out is scheduled to coincide with the city’s Bike […]

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