Weekend Guide: Peddler Brewing’s End of Bike Month Party, Lake to Lake Bike Ride + more

All you need for summer fun is your bicycle and the Seattle Bike Blog Events Calendar. Below are a couple items on the list for this weekend. If you know of an event that isn’t listed on the calendar, add it!

End of Bike Month Party at Peddler Brewing — Friday

An annual tradition in Ballard. Details from the event page:

May is officially Bike Month, and now that you’ve gotten back on your bike in all the nice weather, let’s celebrate! Join us at Peddler in our Beer Garden and celebrate the best way to get around: by bike!

Friday 6/2, 4:00-8:00pm
Location: Peddler Brewing Company
Bike-related Vendors & Food Truck on site
Raffle – 1 ticket per pint, drawing at 7:30pm, must be present to win, tons of prizes

Washington Bikes
Cascade Bicycle Club
Washington Bike Law
Electric and Folding Bikes Northwest
Telaio Wool Bicycling Clothing
Greenwood-Phinney Greenways

With plenty of bike parking, we encourage riders of all ages, abilities and styles to come out to this celebration of biking in Seattle. And Peddler is all ages!

Lake to Lake Bike Ride in Bellevue — Saturday

There are two options for this annual ride in the heart of Bellevue: 22 hilly miles or 9 relatively flat miles. And you save cash if you register online before 4 p.m. Friday. Details from the event page:

Chaplin’ s Subaru, Overlake Medical Center and the City of Bellevue present the 6th Annual Lake to Lake Bike Ride, June 3, 2017.

An enjoyable, non-competitive recreational ride for the whole family. Two unique loops; a mostly flat Greenbelt Loop flat 9-mile route; and the Lake Loop which is a more challenging 22-mile route. Routes are about 80% on-road and 20% off-road (gravel). The routes take riders to and through Bellevue’s award winning park system exploring hidden treasures of Bellevue. Benefits the City of Bellevue youth camp scholarship fund. Entry fees are low. Participants receive a custom t-shirt. Lots of goodies at post ride fest.

Start and finish, Lake Hills Community Park 1200-164th Avenue SE, Bellevue, WA 98007 Ages 9 and up. Volunteers are needed.

Day of event registration opens at 8:00 am
First riders depart at 9:00 am

Ages 9 +, Under 9 must be on a tandem, in a tag a long or trailer

Entry fee
Pre register $15.00, day of event if space is available, $20

Bicycle Sunday and Bike Works community ride

A car-free Lake Washington Boulevard never gets old. Bicycle Sunday is 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. between Mt Baker Beach and Seward Park.

But this week, you can also join Bike Works for a community ride (superhero costumes encouraged):

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2 Responses to Weekend Guide: Peddler Brewing’s End of Bike Month Party, Lake to Lake Bike Ride + more

  1. William says:

    I am curious as to why events like the STP and RSVP are still not sold out. Is biking becoming less popular?

  2. Ben says:

    My impression from commuting by UW is that cycling is more popular this year than any other year I’ve lived in the city (going back to 1979)… by far. My wife and I did a ride on the trail out to Redmond Pete’s two Saturday’s ago, when it was so nice (maybe Sunday?) — most congestion ever.

    Organized rides may have peaked in popularity. Back when I actually rode STP in ’86 and ’87, I recall graphs that showed the huge percentage of first time riders. My brother and I didn’t want to ride again because it was too crowded. ’87 was capped at 4000. Anyway, could have just peaked as an event, even though in general the sport is more popular then ever.

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