NEOCycle is an urban cycling festival consisting of competitive races and unique rides connected by live entertainment and an interactive, action-filled festival village at Cleveland Metroparks Edgewater Park on the shores of Lake Erie in Cleveland, Ohio

Plan your NEOCycle Trip

Traveling by Bike

The Hub at Edgewater Park will feature free bicycle parking. Traveling by bike is the easiest way to get to all the action at Edgewater Park. It's also a cycling festival, so you should travel by bike anyway.

If traveling by bike, please access the event via the W. 76th Street pedestrian tunnel in Battery Park. The W. 65th Street pedestrian tunnel will be closed due to construction. Cyclists can also enter through Upper Edgewater Park (via Edgewater Drive, Lake Blvd. and West Blvd.) and travel down the hill on the all-access trail to The Hub.  

Traveling by Car

There will be limited car parking at The Hub at Edgewater Park and it will operate on a first come, first served basis. Additional street parking is available in the Detroit-Shoreway Neighborhood (see map). If parking in the Detroit-Shoreway Neighborhood, please utilize the W. 76th Street pedestrian tunnel to enter Edgewater Park.

From the West

  • Take the Memorial Shoreway (Ohio Route 2) east to the W. 45th St.Exit.
  • Turn right on Detroit Ave.
  • Turn right on W. 49th St.
  • Go over the bridge and enter the westbound Memorial Shoreway
  • Exit at the Edgewater Park exit

From the East

  • Take the Memorial Shoreway west
  • Exit at the Edgewater Park exit

*** The eastbound Memorial Shoreway will be closed from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 27 for the NEOCycle Night Ride***

Traveling by Uber

Uber is an app that connects you with a driver at the push of a button. Track the arrival of your ride, payment is cashless, and you'll even receive a text message when your driver arrives.

Sign up with the code NEOCycle14 and receive $20 off your first ride. New user only

The mission of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission is to measurably enhance the economy, image and quality of life in the Greater Cleveland community by attracting and creating significant sporting events and activities.