Bike Shaker 2022
Whether you’re a Shaker native or a tourist, spend this summer with the Shaker Historical Society to learn about Shaker Heights while enjoying everything the city has to offer!
In celebration of SHS's 75th anniversary and the North Union Shaker Village's 200th anniversary, Bike Shaker 2022 will feature guided tours during the summer focused on Shaker Heights and Shaker history. Stay tuned for more information and registration!
Download 2021 Bike Shaker tour guides:
Don’t have a bike? Need more bikes?
The Shaker Historical Society has 8 adult-size bikes and helmets available to rent this summer on a first-come, first-served basis. Bikes can be picked up after 11am on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Bikes must be returned by 4:30pm Wednesday-Friday. There is a $10 nonrefundable fee per bike, which covers the first hour. Each additional hour is $10/hour per bike for nonmembers and $7/hour per bike for members. You will be required to sign a liability waiver, registration form, and provide your driver’s license or government issued ID for the museum to keep until you return the bikes. You will be charged $200 per bike if a bike is not returned.
Please note that you may use our bikes for free when participating in a Bike Shaker 2022 guided tour.
Wednesday: 11am-3:30pm Return by: 4:30pm
Thursday: 11am-3:30pm Return by: 4:30pm
Friday: 11am-3:30pm Return by: 4:30pm
First hour: $10 non-refundable deposit per bike
Each additional hour: $10/hour per bike for non-members, $7/hour per bike for members
Call*: 216.921.1201 or toll free 800.860.6078
*Please note SHS staff works on a partial work-from-home schedule. Please call between 11am-4:30pm Wednesday-Friday to speak with our educator.
About Bike Shaker
Founded by the Shaker Historical Society in 2011 under the direction of Ann Cicarella, Bike Shaker is a guided bike tour program (until this year!). Since its inception, Bike Shaker has been involved in advocacy with the City of Shaker Heights to encourage the painting of sharrows (shared lane markings) and the erection of signs to remind drivers that cyclists have the right to a full lane. Bike Shaker was also involved in a crowdfunded campaign to erect bicycle racks around the city and developed a public forum on Facebook to discuss all things bicycle. For several years, the Shaker Historical Society was the only nonprofit organization in Cleveland to ride in VeloSano beside the Cleveland Clinic.