Although the "All Hail the Ale" Night Ride is but a wonderful memory, we still have one final component in our celebration of Cleveland Beer Week: Century Cycles is honored to donate an Electra Sparker bicycle gift package to the silent auction to benefit the Malone Scholarship Fund at Brewzilla, the official closing event of Cleveland Beer Week tomorrow night. This bike is a really cool way to get around town -- especially to your local pub for a fine craft beer -- and bidding on it will support a great local cause. Click here to buy your tickets for Brewzilla (a MONSTER of a beer tasting) and good luck!
In other cycling-related news....
NOACA survey finds more Clevelanders cycling. (WEWS)
Akron has a new bicycling blog. (Back on Two Wheels)
Katie Spotz shares her life lessons... (West Shore Live Well - pg. 38)
...and her bike ride to Canada on her new Giant bicycle... (Row4Water)
...and how she traded her cycling jersey for a dress at the Salute to Women in Sports Gala! (Women's Sports Foundation)
Would you take an 18,000-mile bike ride with your kids? This Idaho family did it. (Parade Magazine)
Not every wedding can end with a Critical Mass bike ride, but this one did. (New York Times)
And not every guy has a 72.4cm road bike, but Bill Walton does. (Bicycling Magazine)
More proof that there is safety in numbers for cyclists. (Treehugger)
Dick Delombard emailed us this clip about an historic film of a San Francisco street in 1906 -- look at the bikes among the traffic! (60 Minutes)
Buffalo Bills safety Bryan Scott pedals to practice. (Washington Examiner)