Author Archives: Brock Howell

Bike Happy: Ride Cranksgiving, Watch Woodland Park Cyclocross & honor those who’ve fallen

EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks again to Brock Howell of Bike Happy for putting together this comprehensive weekly newsletter. TOP THINGS TO KNOW & DO THIS WEEK 1. Cranksgiving Cities across America will be holding their own Cranksgivings this coming weekend.  What … Continue reading

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Bike Happy: Winter is coming, so go bike and drink wine in Eastern WA

EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks again to Brock Howell of Bike Happy for putting together this comprehensive weekly newsletter. TOP THINGS TO KNOW & DO THIS WEEK 1. Election You already know that Jenny Durkan will be Seattle’s next mayor, Teresa Mosqueda … Continue reading

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Bike Happy: Set your clocks to vote

EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks again to Brock Howell of Bike Happy for putting together this amazing weekly email newsletter. TOP THINGS TO KNOW & DO THIS WEEK 1. VOTE You know what’s worse than not voting? Having Donald Trump for president. … Continue reading

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Bike Happy: Spooky Edition

EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks again to Brock Howell of Bike Happy for putting together this amazing weekly email newsletter. TOP THINGS TO KNOW & DO THIS WEEK 1. Seattle Joins Global Cities on Climate Change Action Mayor Tim Burgess joined the … Continue reading

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Bike Happy: Introducing the weekly newsletter to Seattle Bike Blog

EDITOR’S NOTE: The weekly Bike Happy newsletter is a huge dump of local bike events and advocacy news curated by Founder Brock Howell. Brock reached out and suggested the newsletter could be a great addition to Seattle Bike Blog. I … Continue reading

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Howell: As Seattle adds jobs, how are the new workers getting there?

Editor’s Note: Every year, we write about newly-released Census data on commute modes in Seattle and communities across the country. In this guest post, Brock Howell dives even deeper, analyzing just Seattle’s new commutes. What he finds has lessons for … Continue reading

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