2400 S Massachusetts St, Seattle, WA 98144
I’m so sorry to do this for a second time, but this event has been cancelled. Our organizers are dropping like flies due to Covid, and we’re taking a mental health break from the news this week. We encourage you to gather for the protest tonight, go for a solo ride on Lake Washington Blvd, or join another Pride event this weekend.
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/463019132253481
Join Bob and Clara for a Rainbow Ride to celebrate Pride Month!
We’ll be gathering queer friends and allies for a rainbow of people wearing a rainbow of colors for a casual, no drop bike ride / roller skate on Lake Washington Boulevard. Rainbow clothing / streamers / decorations encouraged.
Friday, June 24, 2022
Meet at 6:45 pm at the guitar statue at Jimi Hendrix Park.
Roll out at 7:00 pm when Lake Washington Blvd closes to cars and opens to PEOPLE!
We’ll ride through the I-90 Trail tunnel (making lots of noise because that’s always fun!) en route to the I-90 overlook and access Lake Washington Blvd via Colman Park, then ride Lake Washington Blvd (car-free!) all the way to Seward Park.
We’ll stop for a pic at the park, then ride Lake Washington Blvd back north to Columbia City and end at a queer-owned bar/resto where those who want to can stay for a snack or drink.
The ride will be about 8 miles riding from Jimi Hendrix Park to Seward Park and back north to Columbia City. The pace will be slow and conversational, with lots of re-grouping as needed.
More info for Lake Washington Blvd Bicycle Weekends: https://www.seattle.gov/…/lake-washington-blvd-keep…
Masks are optional. If you are sick, whether it’s COVID or something else, we recommend you stay home.
– Your fabulous self
– Your queer and ally friends and family
– Your working bikes or other wheels you move around on
– Your most Pride-ful attire and bike decorations
– A water bottle or snack, as needed
– Your joy for a Friday evening ride with friends
Happy Pride Month, everyone!