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From the Bike Events CalendarOct21TueOct22Wedall-day Westlake Cycle Track Open House @ TBDWestlake Cycle Track Open House @ TBDOct 22 all-daySDOT will share the refined design concept of the Westlake Protected Bike Lane with greater community. FacebookTwitterGoogleStumbleUponRedditPinterest5:30 pm Westlake Open House @ Fremont Studios (155 N 35th St)Westlake Open House @ Fremont Studios (155 N 35th St)Oct 22 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pmAfter six months of painstaking work with the Westlake Design Advisory Committee, SDOT is ready to unveil the latest design for the Westlake Protected Bike [...]
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Today is just all cycle tracks, all day on Seattle Bike Blog (Mayor McGinn will announce his transportation budget today Monday at 2, so check back to SBB for more then). A deal between the city and Amazon includes a … Continue reading
Even though it is among the most bikey neighborhoods in Seattle, Capitol Hill could lose its only fully-featured bike shop next year as Velo Bike Shop plans a move from it’s longtime 11th and Pine home to 6th and Blanchard … Continue reading
Remember when 7th Ave between Westlake and Denny looked like the photo to the right? That was fun. Unfortunately, the striping is almost entirely rubbed off in many places. And compliance by car and bus drivers has never been very … Continue reading