Mmmmm… Junebaby is so good. And Saturday’s Peace Peloton starts at the NE Seattle restaurant in the early evening, then rides to Beer Star in White Center.
Dr. Rayburn Lewis will be speaking this week, a former Cascade Bicycle Club Board member who is Chief Medical Officer at International Community Health Services.
As always, the ride is focused on supporting Black-owned businesses and promoting economic reform for Black people.
Meet at Junebaby between 4 and 6 p.m. Pre-order food from the Junebaby website (seriously, it’s so good). The ride is 14 miles with a midway stop in Centennial Park. Riders will roll into White Center around 8:30.
It will be getting dark by the end, so make sure you bring bike lights.
And hey, wanna support the cause financially while also getting a chance to win a pro’s bike? You can! $50 gets you one chance to win Tejay van Garderen’s 2019 Cannondale Supersix EVO Race bike, and their goal is to raise $25,000. More details here.