Seattle’s Sixth Cranksgiving is November 21
A food drive scavenger hunt by bike, Cranksgiving riders bike to a secret list of unique food sellers around Seattle buying food to donate to Rainier Valley Food Bank. The 2015 ride is Saturday, November 21, starting at Cal Anderson Park (near the fountain). Register at 10:30 a.m. Hunt starts at 11 and ends in…tagged: cranksgiving, cranksgiving 2015, events
Cranksgiving 2011 – Seattle’s second annual pedal-powered food drive
One year ago, over 30 people biked to five grocery stores around the city racing (or not) to buy food for Rainier Valley Food Bank in Seattle’s First Cranksgiving. It was a blast, but this year’s ride will be bigger and better. Cranksgiving 2011 will be Saturday, November 19. Registration starts at 10 a.m., ride…
Cranksgiving 2010 riders donate bike-loads of food
Thanks to everyone who rode across the city in the finger-numbing cold, buying groceries for the Rainier Valley Food Bank Saturday. You made Seattle’s first Cranksgiving a wonderful success! Over 30 riders registered for the ride’s start at Cal Anderson, and most of them made it to Genesee Park in Columbia City without conking out!
Cranksgiving 2010 Update – Free bike lights!
Cascade Bicycle Club is providing bike lights to the first 100 riders to finish register for Cranksgiving Saturday. Totally rad. To keep with the spirit of giving (and safety), I encourage those who already have lights they are pleased with to give these free lights to an unlit ninja biker you see riding around at…
Seattle’s First Cranksgiving – Details
Cranksgiving is a ride for everyone from racers and messengers to families and cargo bikers. It’s a celebration of goodwill and bicycles. It’s a demonstration that the bike is a great way to accomplish simple errands, like going to the grocery store. But most of all, it’s about having a great time.
Cranksgiving is headed your way … Where: Meet at Cal Anderson, east side near 11th and Howell, end at Genesee Park near 43rd Ave S and S Genesee St When: Saturday, November 20. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m., ride starts at 11:30 Cost: Free to enter. Expect to spend around $20 on groceries (you are…
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