Today is the National Ride of Silence. People who have lost loved ones in bike crashes and collisions (and anyone who wants to show solidarity) are invited to ride slowly and quietly together.
It’s about making a statement about the safety of people on bikes, but it’s also about respecting the memory of those who have died and comforting each other.
The Seattle ride meets at Gas Works Park at 6:30 p.m. and leaves at 7.
If you are planning to attend tonight’s Rainier Avenue action, you may be able to meet up with the Ride of Silence when it regroups at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall.
The ride loops back to end at Gas Works.