Along Burke Lakefront Airport east of
The Cleveland Lakefront Bikeway spans the entire length of Cleveland’s 17-mile Lake Erie shoreline from the City’s eastern border with Euclid and it’s western border with Lakewood. This bikeway links Cleveland’s cultural centers and medical hubs at University Circle with Downtown and the North Coast Harbor via the Harrison Dillard Bikeway through Rockefeller Park.
The Lakefront Bikeway consists of both off-road paths and on-street, signed routes.
This bikeway provides cyclists access to some of Cleveland’s best architecture as it passes through traditional neighborhoods such as Collinwood to suburban Bratenahl, before reaching Downtown and then onward through Ohio City before reaching the scenic beauty Edgewater State Park and the stately old homes along Edgewater Drive.
Downtown Cleveland from Edgewater Park
The beach at Edgewater Park
The vision for a Lakefront Bikeway began to develop over 25 years ago. In the last ten years, it has been made into reality.
The Eastern portion of the Lakefront Bikeway from E 9th St Downtown to the Cleveland-Euclid border was completed in 1998 at a cost of $1,992,000.
The Western portion from E 9th St to the Cleveland-Lakewood border was completed in 2003 at a cost of $623,427.
W. 65th underpass connection between
Edgewater Park and the Detroit-Shoreway
Directions: Westbound from Euclid to Lakewood —