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Bikepacking to Dosewallips State Park (and some rainy ‘type II’ fun)

Editor’s Note: There are few places on earth as well-suited for bikepacking trips than Washington State. If you bike regularly and your standard trip includes at least one hill, then you are more than ready to load your bike with … Continue reading

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Blonsky: A non-definitive guide to bike overnighters within an hour(ish) of Seattle

EDITOR’S NOTE: Marley originally posted this great beginner’s guide to bike camping trips near Seattle on her blog. Bike camping season started early this year thanks to a very warm winter. Adventure is closer to home than you think. A … Continue reading

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Study: Recreation cycling in Washington generates $3.1 billion for state’s economy

Biking is good for the state’s economy. It’s one of those ideas that seems fairly obvious, but we haven’t really had much solid data to know exactly how much cycling helps. Until now. It turns out, it helps maybe even … Continue reading

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Middle Fork Road project could be boon to bike camping outside North Bend

Last summer, my partner Kelli and I loaded our bikes and camping stuff onto a bus to Fall City. Our goal was to have a nice 25-mile ride down the Snoqualmie Valley Trail through North Bend and up Middle Fork … Continue reading

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Swift Travels: Some bike camping destinations from your doorway

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of posts written by Martina Brimmer, a friend and owner of Ballard-based Swift Industries. Swift is a Seattle Bike Blog advertiser, but this post is not paid for. Martina has passion … Continue reading

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