Posted Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Something about the arrival of warmer weather and the prospect of four dollar gasoline increases interest in bicycling. Tuesday on The Sound of Ideas we’ll saddle up for a conversation about what’s new in northeast Ohio two-wheeling, including bike friendly changes to the Hope Memorial bridge, moves to foster cooperation between riders and motorists and construction of a new velodrome in Slavic Village. It all rolls your way Tuesday at 9:00 on 90.3.
Community/Human Interest, Transportation
Mary Dunbar, bicycling advocate, Cleveland Hts. City Council member
Jacob Van Sickle, executive director, Bike Cleveland
Michael Gill, publisher, Great Lakes Courier
Brett Davis, board president, Fast Track Cycling
Stan Purdum, Murray Fishel authors of Pedaling on the North Coast
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