Catch some lunchtime Tour de France in a Poineer Square alley

Weekdays this month, you can watch the Tour de France during lunchtime in Pioneer Square’s Nord Alley. The Alley Network Project is hosting Allez Alley!, a screening of the race from 11:30-1 (except July 4, 10 and 17).

So hang out with some rad folks (including new Seattle Bike Blog sponsors Back Alley Bike Repair) and watch some very muscular men with sweet sunglasses bike a really long distance really fast (if you can’t tell, I don’t know much about bike racing. Perhaps this is the year I learn…)

Details:

JOIN US for daily Tour de France viewing in Nord Alley this July!
*WEEKDAYS, JULY 2 – 20th 11:30-1:00 *not showing on July 4th and tour rest days:July 10 & 17
*BYOL (bring your own lunch)
*All are welcome: cycling teams, bike clubs and cycling enthusiasts encouraged to come

Enter through NORD ALLEY behind 314-1st Ave South, Seattle 98104 (between Jackson & Main AND Occidental Ave & 1st Ave South)

More Info? Contact Nikki Somers – nikki@isiseattle.org www.alleynetworkproject.com

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2 Responses to Catch some lunchtime Tour de France in a Poineer Square alley

  1. Also, there will be a screening of Lucas Brunelle’s “Line of Sight” film on the afternoon of the 13th after the Tour highlights. Come on down and check out some alleycat racing on the big screen!!! :-)

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