When it comes to riding bikes, surveys show that 60% of people fall into the “interested but concerned” group. They want to ride, but they lack the skills, knowledge, or confidence to do so. Ken has found that unfamiliarity of the applicable laws contributes to this problem, so in an effort to close the information gap Ken authored Cycling Rights: Bicycles, E-Bikes & Micro-Mobility Devices.
Cycling Rights is aimed at educating both cyclists and motorists and is full of useful law specifically applied to car/bike interactions, real case studies, and safety tips for riders novice to pro.
Profits from the purchase of Cycling Rights through the Bike Cleveland website go directly to support the organization’s mission of creating a region that is sustainable, connected, healthy, and vibrant by promoting bicycling and advocating for safe and equitable transportation for all.
Cycling Rights Book Events
September 16, 2023
Ken joined Bike Cleveland for its annual Ride for Sylvia. Sylvia Bingham was commuting to work in downtown Cleveland on September 15, 2009 when she was killed by an unsafe motorist. This memorial bike ride helps promote safe streets while honoring Sylvia and others who’ve lost their lives while cycling.
August 26, 2023
The annual Bike Cleveland Fundo was again Powered by Knabe Law Firm. Ken enjoyed announcing the beginning of the 60-mile ride option at beautiful Edgewater Park!
In collaboration with Bike Cleveland, Ken returned to The Happy Dog in Gordon Square to present on Cycling Safety.
Ken presented on Group Riding at Silver Wheels Cycling Club’s Ride Leader Training at First Church, Oberlin.
Ken presented on Group Riding to Cleveland Touring Club (CTC).