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Following instruction from the city, Cincinnati's Red Bike has temporarily shut down to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. The bikesharing service will remain unavailable pending further directions from the city, a release notes. 

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The City of Newport approved a ground lease with Skywheel, the large observation wheel slated for the riverfront.

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Cincinnati's bike share organization Red Bike is adding 100 electric assist bikes to its fleet in the spring. Red Bike is launching a months-long pilot Monday with 10 e-bikes to figure out things like what kind of maintenance is required and how much to charge.

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Blue Ash is the latest Greater Cincinnati community to start a bike share program, which launches Wednesday afternoon with a ceremony at Summit Park.

To Bike Or Not To Bike Around Cincinnati?

May 8, 2018
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With more dedicated on-street bike lanes, an expanding system of riding trails, a bike-share system and several active cycling clubs, Greater Cincinnati is a far more bike-friendly city than it was just a decade ago.

Still, many believe Cincinnati is not doing nearly enough to promote biking and making cyclists safe on city streets.

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With the opening of six stations in Covington last Tuesday, Red Bike is now available on both sides of the Ohio River and now has 50 stations in Greater Cincinnati. Since its launch last September, more than 46,000 rides have been logged on Red Bike.