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City and Commute Seattle want you to bike to bakeries

Map of participating bakeries. Each location is detailed with address and hours in a list at the end of this post.
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In case you were looking for an excuse to hit up a bakery, Commute Seattle and SDOT have got you covered. They have a Bikes and Bakeries challenge going all May.

All you have to do is bike there and then scan a QR code at the register. If you visit four during the month, you’ll be entered to win unspecified “amazing bike-related prizes.” As though a bike ride, a fresh-baked good or cup of coffee wasn’t already a good enough prize…

Details from SDOT:


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May is #BikeMonth, and we’ve got just the sweet treat for you to get riding! Join Commute Seattle’s Bikes and Bakeries Challenge, where you can win amazing bike-related prizes just for riding your bike and supporting bakeries across the city!

Participating is as easy as 1-2-3:

  1. Ride a bike to one of the participating bakeries.
  2. Scan the QR code at checkout and let Commute Seattle know which bakery you visited. Forgot to scan the code? Click here to submit your entry.
  3. Visit four bakeries during the month of May and be entered to win amazing bike-related prizes from local bike shops! Each additional bakery gives you another chance to win.

List of participating bakeries:

  • Alki Bakery | 5700 1st Ave S | 6AM–3PM
  • Amandine Bakeshop | 1424 11th Ave | 7AM-4PM | 10% discount
  • Belle Epicurean Bakery | 3109 E Madison St | 7AM–5PM | 15% discount
  • Columbia City Bakery | 4865 Rainier Ave S | 7AM–7PM | 10% discount
  • Dahlia Bakery | 2001 4th Ave | 7:30AM–5PM | 10% discount
  • Flying Apron Fremont | 3510 Fremont Ave N | 8AM–7PM
  • Flying Apron West Seattle | 4709 California Ave SW | 7AM-6PM
  • John Nielsen Pastries | 520 2nd Ave W | 7:30AM–4PM
  • Kaffeeklatsch Seattle | 12513 Lake City Way NE #H | 6:30AM–5:30PM
  • Le Panier | 1902 Pike Pl | 7AM–6PM | 10% discount on any one item
  • Macrina Belltown | 2408 1st Ave | 7AM–6PM
  • Macrina Queen Anne | 615 W McGraw St | 7AM–6PM
  • Macrina SODO | 1943 1st Ave S | 7AM–6PM
  • Nuflours Bakery | 518 15th Ave E | 7AM–6PM | Free coffee or tea with purchase of a pastry
  • Sugar Bakery & Coffeehouse | 110 Republican St | 6:30AM–10PM | 10% discount

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One response to “City and Commute Seattle want you to bike to bakeries”

  1. And

    Needs more bakeries north-of-the-cut.

    Rosellini’s, Sea Wolf, Fresh Flours (also near Beacon Hill)

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