Holding the "Three Feet" banner in the Ohio Statehouse on May 21, 2013 minutes before testifying on our Safer Ohio Cycling Bill
OBF Chair Chuck Smith and daughter Julia arrive at statehouse on a tandem
Six members of the Upper Arlington High School Bicycle Racing Team (first Ohio high school racing team) visited their Senator Kris Jordan
Strong support at Wright Wride 2015
OBF Day 2015 at Bicycle Museum of America
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.
The Ohio State University Bicycle Racing Team visits the 3rd Annual OBF Ohio Bicycling Summit
House Bill 154 has proceeded to the Senate thanks to the support of bicyclists from across Ohio. Here is its path to date: April 13, 2015: HB 154 introduced into the House by Rep. Mike Henne and Rep. Mike Sheehy. June 25, 2015: HB 154 passed the House Armed Services, Veterans Affairs, and Public Safety Committee 14-0 May 24, 2016: HB 154 passed the Ohio House by an 81 to 16 vote May 25, 2016: HB 154 introduced into the Senate (Rules and Reference Committee.) recently passed by the Senate Transportation Committee. Now the House Bill 154 must complete the following steps before the end of 2016 to pass into Ohio law: Passage by Ohio Senate and finally Signed into law by Governor John Kasich.
Watch Chuck Smith of The Ohio Bicycle Federation make an appeal for help to get the Ohio Senate to pass the "three foot" law before the end of the year.
Please Take Action! and enter your zip code, be linked to your state senator, and send off a prepared email supporting HB 154 which went to the Senate after passing the House.
Akron Bicycle Club's letter of support for HB 154!
Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments pens letter in support of HB 154!
Language to show your own organization's support for HB 154.