West Seattle STP ride

July 15, 2018 @ 8:15 am – 1:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
Hamilton Viewpoint Park
1531 California Way SW
Seattle, WA 98116
Don Brubeck

Have you ever wanted to do the Seattle to Portland bike ride? Or even wanted to do the 1-day STP? And forgot to sign up or train for it? Here is your big fat chance! Do it in 2 hours, and end up at a huge finish line party! Same weekend as Cascade’s big STP, so you can brag at the water cooler and post pix, too.

West Seattle Bike Connections will be riding again from SW Seattle Street in the Admiral neighborhood to SW Portland St in Fauntlee Hills, and back north to Summerfest at the West Seattle Junction, for a fabulous finish line party. After an hour or two there, participants can ride home independently, or ride with a leader back to Hamilton Viewpoint.

Check brakes and tires. Arrive by 9:15 for route/safety intro. Helmets required. No ear buds. Pre-register or on the spot. Rolling at 9:30.

Family friendly and fun! Easy pace. We will stay together and work together to cross any busy intersections.

For children and youth riding their own bikes: parent or guardian please read and conform to Cascade’s policy (see registration link below). Call ride leader for a 2-way communication at least a day in advance. All who are capable of riding the distance on streets with some hills are most welcome!

About Don_Brubeck

Founder of West Seattle Bike Connections, a community organization http://westseattlebikeconnections.org www.facebook.com/WestSeattleBikeConnections Mission Advocacy for people traveling by bike to, from, and around West Seattle. Goals Make cycling a safe, efficient and attractive option for travel to downtown and for destinations in and beyond West Seattle neighborhoods, for riders of all ages and abilities. Help connect West Seattleites to school, work, transit, shopping areas, friends/family and recreation by bicycle. Give West Seattle a strong voice in developing and implementing the Seattle Bike Master Plan. Engage the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), King County Metro, the Port of Seattle and other groups interested in providing alternatives to driving; emphasize positive impact of cycling on freight mobility Executive Committee 2014: Don Brubeck, President Theresa Beaulieu, Vice President Jeff Hallman, Vice President, Kathy Dunn, Secretary Bob Winship, Treasurer
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