If you have already attended one of my Biking Uphill in the Rain presentations, then you’ve heard about the early history of biking in Seattle. I’m excited to debut an all-new presentation at Cascade Bicycle Club’s Magnuson Park headquarters 6 p.m. Wednesday (October 18). Register on the Cascade website.
The new talk picks up where the previous talk ended and will follow the development of Seattle’s modern bicycle movement. So it should be interesting even if you have already been to one of my book events. There will also be a Q&A after the presentation. Phinney Books will be there to sell copies, or you can bring your own to get it signed.
Paul Tolmé from Cascade recently posted a great write-up after reading the book, focusing on sections about Cascade. “Biking Uphill in the Rain: The Story of Seattle from Behind the Handlebars is a must-read for anyone who cares about bicycling in Seattle,” Tolmé wrote. “Fucoloro introduces readers to the people whose work in past decades benefits everyone who rides a bike today.”
The Stranger’s Adam Willems also wrote about the book recently, featuring a great Q&A.