Bike Month was on a Roll
The Bike Month theme for 2017 was the newly passed law: motorists are
required to leave three feet clearance when passing a cyclist.
Student who rode bikes to Larchmont School were rewarded with bike lights
and other small gifts.
Romules Durant, superintendent of Toledo Public Schools,
helps a student at Larchmont on Bike to School Day.
About 100 people turned out for the first Ride of Silence
held in Bowling Green.
About 200 participated in the Ride of Silence in Toledo.
The group rode busy streets in west Toledo protected by
law enforcement officers to remind motorists that cyclists
have a right to use the road and to remember people who
are hurt or killed while riding.
Employees of the City of Oregon celebrate Bike to Work Day with a morning ride.
TMACOG Planner Bekka Apardian was at the Farmers Market on Bike Day to hand
This is a bicycle! Three unique art bikes visited the Farmer’s Market on
Bike Day. They are a project by author Dave Eggers and Juan Martinez called
“The Spirit of the Animals is in the Wheels.” They are pedal-powered sculptures
in the forms of a pangolin, bison, and bear.
out information about Gohio Commute, a brand new trip planning program. Planner
Lance Dasher collected information on cyclists’ preferred routes and handed out
information about new laws regarding cycling.