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West Side Ride or Die

Cincinnati’s western-most neighborhoods aren’t always easy for cyclists, but numerous gems make them worth it

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 4, 2016
Big roads. Big hills. Fast traffic and nary a bike lane. Some cyclists, including yours truly, find riding Cincinnati’s West Side daunting. But there was plenty to enjoy on two wheels between Riverside and Mount Airy on a recent sunny Saturday.  

Communing with Nature on Two Wheels

Mountain biking offers the outdoors, fitness and community

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 4, 2016
A lot has changed in the Cincinnati mountain bike community over the past couple of decades — for one, there is an actual community now, and a thriving one at that.   

Cycling as a Way of Life

Attorney Al Gerhardstein rides for justice, family and personal fulfillment

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 4, 2016
It’s half past seven on a Thursday morning, and while most of us are still putzing with the coffee maker to get a jump on the day, Cincinnati attorney Al Gerhardstein is just finishing his morning bicycle ride to work.   

It's Bike Month!

Monthly deals, weekly rides and special events throughout May

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 4, 2016
This calendar, provided by Queen City Bike, contains everything you need to ride your way through Bike Month, from local events and cycling-related activities to monthly rides and specials.   

Queen City Bike Rolls On

Ostendorf sees enthusiasm among local cycling community

2 Comments · Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Nern Ostendorf was named executive director of Queen City Bike less than two months ago. CityBeat decided that was enough time to check in with the 24-year-old to discuss her new role and the organization’s latest initiatives for promoting cycling as a safe and healthy means of transportation.  

Artistic Touch

ArtWorks summer program adds flair to public bike racks all over town

2 Comments · Wednesday, May 11, 2011
As the summer of 2011 steadily approaches, ArtWorks continues to pump out new projects to spread smiles and encourage cranium usage all over Porkopolis. The group’s newest project, Queen City Art Racks, is an effort to decorate bike racks in public spaces as part of an artist-designed, green initiative.  

It's Bike Month!

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Hi! Guess what? It's Bike Month! Queen City Bike and dozens of sponsors, activists and cycling enthusiasts have a crazy month planned — from group rides and events to classes and free stuff at designated biker locations all over town. We've got the month-long schedule covered in our Bike Month events calendar, an update on the city's 2010 Bike Plan and a Q&A session with a guy who likes bikes so much he doesn't even have a car. Enjoy, but be safe. Those guys on our cover this week are trained tandem-bike professionals, obviously.