S.L.O.W. Ride to Chief Sealth Trail and Rainier Valley Greenway

When:
January 30, 2016 @ 11:00 am America/Los Angeles Timezone
2016-01-30T11:00:00-08:00
2016-01-30T11:30:00-08:00
Where:
Northwest African American Museum (I-90 Lid)
2300 S Massachusetts St
Seattle, WA 98144
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Merlin Rainwater
206-769-6549
S.L.O.W. Ride to Chief Sealth Trail and Rainier Valley Greenway @ Northwest African American Museum (I-90 Lid) | Seattle | Washington | United States

Ride SLOW with Senior Ladies on Wheels to the Chief Sealth Trail on Beacon Hill, returning by way of the proposed Rainier Valley North-South Greenway.

Everyone welcome, ladies and gentlemen, old and young, and everyone in between – as long as you ride SLOW!

What is a Neighborhood Greenway? It’s just a quiet, neighborhood street that’s had a few tweaks to make it safer and more comfortable for people to walk and bike. This one has not been improved yet, but already offers a pretty good way to explore the Rainier Valley neighborhood.

As always, No one will be left behind – the slowest rider sets the pace. And there’s no shame in getting off and walking a block or so. We’ll stop for lunch along the way; expect to spend about 3 hours traveling the 11 mile loop. Weather won’t cancel, but if it’s pouring rain we might make it a shorter

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