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  • Bike Happy: Summer is here

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks again to Brock Howell of Bike Happy for putting together this comprehensive weekly newsletter. TOP THINGS TO KNOW & DO Summer is here and so are summer’s major event rides. This Saturday you can join the following organized rides (or could have if they weren’t already at capacity): RCC’s Mazama Ride, Tour de Blast near…

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  • Bike Happy: Ride naked & in circles

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks again to Brock Howell of Bike Happy for putting together this comprehensive weekly newsletter. TOP THINGS TO KNOW & DO Today is the 30th Annual Fremont Solstice Parade, which comes with the well-attended unofficial pre naked/painted bike ride. Also today: the Taco Time NW Volunteer Park Criterium. Watch people ride in circles very very…

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  • Bike Happy: This weekend, Ballard Crit & Evergreen MTB Festival

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks again to Brock Howell of Bike Happy for putting together this comprehensive weekly newsletter. TOP THINGS TO KNOW & DO The Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival is on Saturday and Sunday. Go to Duthie for the jump show, skills clinics, 50+ vendors, new bike demo rides, and more. The 25th Annual Ballard Criterium is on…

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  • Bike Happy: Long live the ‘Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail’

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks again to Brock Howell of Bike Happy for putting together this comprehensive weekly newsletter. TOP THINGS TO KNOW & DO Yesterday was the last day of Bike Month. They’ve finally done it: the John Wayne Trail is dead. Long live the “Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail.” Pierce County mayors are headed…

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  • Bike Happy: It’s the Last Week of Bike Month

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks again to Brock Howell of Bike Happy for putting together this comprehensive weekly newsletter. TOP THINGS TO KNOW & DO A cougar killed SJ Brooks, co-founder of Friends on Bikes. The Seattle Times broke down how the 2nd and 7th Avenues protected bike lanes were expensive, but were more than just bike projects. And Seattle…

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  • Bike Happy: Flash Mob for Donuts today, & Bike Everywhere Day is next Friday

    EDITOR’S NOTE: Thanks again to Brock Howell of Bike Happy for putting together this comprehensive weekly newsletter. TOP THINGS TO KNOW & DO This afternoon at 4pm, SDOT is holding a bike+donut flash mob at 2nd Ave & Bell Street. First 200 people on bikes get mini-donuts. Bike Everywhere Month, Womxn’s Bike Month, and Bike to School Month all…

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Bike Events Calendar

Oct
3
Tue
6:30 pm West Seattle Bike Connections mo… @ Online
West Seattle Bike Connections mo… @ Online
Oct 3 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
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7:30 pm NW Greenways Meeting @ Virtual via Zoom
NW Greenways Meeting @ Virtual via Zoom
Oct 3 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Our regularly scheduled meeting, happens every other month. Please check NW Greenways Twitter account – https://twitter.com/NWGreenways, our Google Group – https://goo.gl/W9jmzW or our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/NWGreenways/) to confirm the meeting. ShareMastodonTwitterFacebookRedditEmail
Oct
4
Wed
6:00 pm Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board M…
Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board M…
Oct 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Monthly agendas can be found at: http://www.seattle.gov/seattle-bicycle-advisory-board/meetings/meeting-agendas The Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board (SBAB) advises the Mayor, City Council, and City Departments and Divisions on projects, policies, and programs that improve and/or affect bicycling conditions in … Read more
Oct
5
Thu
7:15 pm Point83 @ Westlake Park
Point83 @ Westlake Park
Oct 5 @ 7:15 pm
Point83 @ Westlake Park
Meet up in the center of the park at 7ish. Leave at 730. Every Thursday from now until forever rain or shine. Bikes, beers, illegal firepits, nachos, bottlerockets, timetraveling, lollygagging, mechanicals, good times.ShareMastodonTwitterFacebookRedditEmail
Oct
7
Sat
9:00 am First Saturday Neighborhood Clea…
First Saturday Neighborhood Clea…
Oct 7 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Every month volunteers gather to collect garbage and help beautify our neighborhood. On average, we collect about 15 bags of garbage per clean up, which means 1,000’s of small pieces of plastic that do not … Read more
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