OBF Chair Chuck Smith presents $1,000 check to Queen City Bikes for bike lights
Ohio House Representatives Mike Sheehy and Mike Henne, sponsors of House Bill 154, during Ohio Bicycling Summit on April 22, 2015.
OBF Chair Chuck Smith and daughter Julia arrive at statehouse on a tandem
Holding the "Three Feet" banner in the Ohio Statehouse on May 21, 2013 minutes before testifying on our Safer Ohio Cycling Bill
Strong support at Wright Wride 2015
OBF Day 2015 at Bicycle Museum of America
The Ohio House Armed Services, Veterans Affairs, and Public Safety Committee approved our House Bill 154 on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 in a 12 to 0 vote. HB154 now goes to the full Ohio House for a vote. Please contact your state representative to ask for their support of our bill!
Ohio State Senator Troy Balderson of Zanesville introduced Senate Bill 192 on June 30. This bill is identical to the OBF’s HB 154.
To inform your Ohio state representative and senator that HB 154 and SB 192 are important to you, CLICK HERE, then click on the “Take Action” button. You'll be given the chance to rephrase the message, and by entering your zip code your message will automatically go to your state representative and senator. Our state representatives and senators react to constituent requests. Your contact will make it possible for us to improve cycling in Ohio by passing our bills. (09/28/15)
Also, please CLICK HERE to sign our electronic petition in support of House Bill 154.
The Ohio House recessed for the summer on 6/30/15. They are expected to return to sessions in mid to late September. (7/1/15)
Watch an interview with Chuck Smith concerning HB 154 and SB 192.
A video showing vehicles unsafely passing a bicyclist in Ohio. But this is legal!
View the Youtube video. Tracy Segar of Cincinnati, (5/22/15)