One of the many dreams Michael Gill, editor of the Great Lakes Courier, is to see the skids of papers come into the office, and watch them fly out in caravans of "bike trucks" to the far reaches of the county. July 12, Mike with the help of Mike from Broadway Cyclery, using two of their Surly bikes, they delivered 1,000 Great Lakes Couriers to Sue Serdinak, organizer of Richfield's Sweet Corn Ride.
Mitch Andelmo was well known by the biking community. He was hit while attending an AIDS Fundraiser by a drunk driver and killed. With Mitch was Constance Pokorny, who remains in the hospital as does Basil Bass and Kevin Lett. The vigil was held at W117th and Clifton at the sight of the accident. Mitch you were loved, and you are missed. All photos are the property of the Great Lakes Courier. ©2012
Photos taken at the groundbreaking for the Towpath. 07.30.2012. All photos are the property of the Great Lakes Courier.
Photos from the 2012 Lakewood Criterium. Part 2 of 2. All photos are the property of the Great Lakes Courier, published by Human Tribe Publications, Inc. ©2012 Photos by Jim O'Bryan
Photos from the 2012 Lakewood Criterium. Part 1 of 2. All photos are the property of the Great Lakes Courier, published by Human Tribe Publications, Inc. ©2012 Photos by Jim O'Bryan
Photo blog of unique and well placed bike racks
The weather was positively British Saturday, April 27, but as the ride got underway, the skies ran out of water, and a dapper pack of wheelers toured the city, ending the day at the Happy Dog for beer, fine food, and socializing.
Respect the Bike--created by Blazing Saddle Cycles, Travis Peebles, and James Rychak--was the final destination for April Critical Mass, and drew hundreds of cyclists to the Greenhouse Tavern for an exhibit of historic and current, Ohio-built bicycles. Plus, there was beer and great music. And did we mention that the Great Lakes Courier made its print debut?