Tour de Donut hosted by Mighty-O Donuts

May 14, 2022 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
Mighty-O Donuts Ballard Cafe
1555 NW Market St
Seattle, WA 98107

Mighty-O Tour de Donut 2022 posterPlease arrive before 9:30 to check-in and receive your t-shirt at the Ballard Mighty-O location (1555 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107). The ride will depart at 9:30 am.

Mighty-O Donuts and Bike Benefits have teamed up again to put together our annual fun self-propelled pedal tour around the city fueled by delicious donuts. Round up your friends & family and dust off your bikes because it’s time to celebrate 2 of the finest inventions of our time…bikes & donuts.

With your ticket, you receive the following awesomeness as you tour our Mighty-O locations via bicycle: (1) Free Mighty-O Tour de Donut T-shirt (handed out at Ballard, first stop) (2) Free donut at each stop (3) Free drip coffee or kids drink (milk, chocolate milk, hot chocolate, lemonade, or limeade)

The self-guided route details are as follows: STOP #1: Ballard Cafe (1555 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107) — Arrive prior to 9:30 am, check-in, get your t-shirt, donut, and drink. STOP #2: Greenlake Cafe: (2110 N 55th St, Seattle, WA 98103) STOP #3: Capitol Hill Cafe (1400 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122) STOP #5: Ballard Cafe (1555 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107) — If you chose to, you can complete the loop and head back to the starting point!

Participants can stop at one, or all locations and receive their goodies! Participants are also welcome to alter the route in other ways as needed (walking, taking kids around Greenlake instead of doing the whole route, etc.) Everyone is welcome to participate in their own way!

All profits from the Tour de Donut will go to Bike Works, an organization that promotes the bicycle as a vehicle for change, to empower youth and build resilient communities.

***Helmets required. All maps, rides, and other documents listed on this website are for informational purposes only. The organizers bear no responsibility for the safety of riders who may use the suggested routes. Bicycle riding is an inherently dangerous sport. This ride is open for all registered participants, but the organizers do not assume any liability for your participation. In no event, shall the organizers accept any liability for any injury, loss, or damage incurred by use of, or reliance, on information on this website.

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