I spent yesterday at Cascade Bicycle Club’s office for a work party to get everything ready for Seattle’s 13th Annual Cranksgiving food drive bike ride. Y’all, it’s gonna be so fun. It’s by far the best-organized event yet, but it preserves the free-wheeling style of previous years. You can even score a spoke card Cascade’s Executive Director Lee Lambert helped laminate.
People of all ages and abilities are invited. There is a competitive element for those who want to get the most points and go for the top prizes, but non-competitive riding is also welcome. The whole point is to have fun biking around town and gathering donations for community food banks. It is free to register, but expect to spend at least $20 on groceries for donation. The after party at Central Cinema is also set to be an excellent bike party.
If you have any questions, let us know in the comments below or in the comments on the event page. See you November 19.