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Weekend Guide: Fremont Solstice, Lid I-5 bike tour, Move Redmond open streets festival + How to spread the word about your bike event

Summer is officially here! Below is a look at some of the bike events happening around town this weekend.

Do you have an idea for a fun bike event? Make it happen! Then be sure to list the details for free on the Seattle Bike Blog Events Calendar so we can help spread the word.

Saturday

Lid I-5 biking tour

Tour existing and possible future freeway lids in the U District and along SR 520. Starts 9 a.m. at University Playfield and ends at Yarrow Point.


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Move Redmond Open Streets Festival in Overlake Village

10 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Overlake Village Station to Esterra Park. Lots of activities along the street and on the main stage:

Stage line-up for the Move Redmond Open Streets Festival.

Fremont Solstice Parade and naked bike ride

Riders gather around 12:30 p.m. at Gas Works Park to begin riding. Spectators should find a spot along the parade route around that time. More details in our previous post.

Sunday

NE 8th St Bridge Opening

An all-ages ride leaving 10:30 a.m. from the Totem Lake Salt & Straw to the noon bridge opening celebration near Wilburton Station.

Redmond History Ride

Join Bob Svercl on a leisurely ride and learn about old Salmonberg starting at 1 p.m.

All Weekend

Bicycle Weekends on Lake Washington Blvd

It’s Bicycle Weekend! Lake Washington Blvd will be car-free from 10 a.m. Saturday to 6 p.m. Sunday between Seward and Mount Baker Parks.


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One response to “Weekend Guide: Fremont Solstice, Lid I-5 bike tour, Move Redmond open streets festival + How to spread the word about your bike event”

  1. R

    I miss many things about Seattle but Portland’s social riding scene can’t be beat. Check out the shift2bikes.org ride calendar for inspiration.I’m probably joining the Ska ride tonight.

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