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Grab a Low-Stress Bike Map from your favorite local spot

Friday, August 13, 2021 by Rachel Culley

This past spring, Tri-State Trails published a new Low-Stress Bike Map for the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky urban core. With a new audience of people riding bikes because of the pandemic, we wanted to show how easy it is to ride in your neighborhood, not just on the trail. Roughly 7,000 copies have been distributed around Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Here are some places you can swing by to grab your copy:

Bike Shops

  • Biowheels
  • Bishop’s Bicycles
  • Campus Cyclery
  • The Garage OTR
  • 50 West Cyclery
  • Smitty’s Cyclery
  • REI
  • Jim’s Bicycle Shop
  • MoBo Bicycle Co-op
  • Montgomery Cyclery (Montgomery, Beechmont, Erlanger, West Chester, Western Hills, Loveland)
  • Reser Bicycle Outfitters
  • Spun Bicycles
  • Team Cycling and Fitness
  • Trek Bicycle Store (Fort Wright, West Chester, Blue Ash)
  • UC Bike Kitchen
  • Urban Transit
  • Velocity Bike and Bean

Libraries

  • Campbell County Public Library
    • Alexandria
    • Cold Spring
    • Fort Thomas
    • Newport
  • Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library
    • Anderson
    • Avondale
    • Bond Hill
    • Cheviot
    • Clifton
    • College Hill
    • Corryville
    • Covedale
    • Delhi
    • Downtown
    • Elmwood Place
    • Hyde Park
    • Madisonville
    • Mariemont
    • Mt. Washington
    • Northside
    • Norwood
    • Oakley
    • Pleasant Ridge
    • Price Hill
    • St. Bernard
    • Walnut Hills
    • West End
    • Westwood
  • Kenton County Public Library
    • Covington
    • Erlanger
  • Mercantile Library

Recreation Centers

  • Anderson Parks RecPlex
  • Bond Hill Community Center
  • Bush Community Center
  • Campbell County YMCA
  • Carl H. Lindner YMCA
  • Central Parkway YMCA
  • Clifton Community Center
  • College Hill Recreation Center
  • Corryville Recreation Center
  • Dunham Recretaion Complex
  • Evanston Recreation Center
  • Gamble Nippert YMCA
  • Hirsch Recreation Complex
  • Le Blond Community Center
  • Lincoln Recreation Center
  • McKie Community Center
  • M.E. Lyons YMCA
  • Millvale Community Center
  • Mt. Auburn Community Center
  • Mt. Washington Recreation Center
  • North Avondale Recreation Center
  • North Fairmount Community Center
  • Norwood Recreation Community Center
  • Oakley Recreation Center
  • OTR Community Center
  • Price Hill Recreation Center
  • Sayler Park Community Center
  • Winton Hills Recreation Center

Coffee Shops

  • Avenue Brew
  • Blocc Coffee
  • Carabello Coffee
  • Coffee Emporium (Hyde Park, Downtown)
  • Deeper Roots (Downtown, OTR, Oakley)
  • Fort Thomas Coffee
  • Lola’s
  • Luckman Coffee
  • Mom ‘n ‘Em
  • Sidewinder
  • Unataza
  • Urbana (Pendleton, East Walnut Hills)
  • Roebling Point Books & Coffee
  • The Fix
  • Trailhead Coffee

Cultural Institutions

  • American Sign Museum
  • Cincinnati Art Museum
  • Covington City Hall
  • Freedom Center
  • Southbank Partners/Peace Bell
  • Thomas More University, University Library
  • University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Art, Architecture, and Planning

Did we miss somewhere? Or is a location out of stock? Drop us a line and we’ll consider delivering some.

Made possible by…

The Low-Stress Bike Map was made possible thanks to financial support from the Paula Nye Memorial Education Grant through the Kentucky Bicycle and Bikeways Commission, the Devou Good Foundation, and the Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. Foundation.

Thank you to our Low-Stress Bike Map sponsors: MetroTANKReser Bicycle OutfittersMontgomery CycleryOhio’s Bike Lawyer Steve Magas, and Kentucky’s Bike Lawyer Chris Carville.

Ride safe!

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Grab a Low-Stress Bike Map from your favorite local spot

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Grab a Low-Stress Bike Map from your favorite local spot

August 13, 2021