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From our Bike Events CalendarJul27Thu1:00 pm Women and Gender in (Public) Tra... @ Free webinarWomen and Gender in (Public) Tra... @ Free webinarJul 27 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pmWebinar by SFU Continuing Studies (City Program) July 27, 1 pm PDT (4 pm EDT) Transportation infrastructure and services are often assumed to be “gender neutral”, where projects and services are assumed to provide an equal benefit to men and … Continue reading →4:00 pm Central Ride Neighborhood Greenw...Central Ride Neighborhood Greenw...Jul 27 @ 4:00 pm – Jul 27 @ 6:00 pmhttp://www.seattle.gov/transportation/ridgegreenway.htm You may have recently received an invitation in the mail to one of our upcoming events for the Central Ridge Neighborhood Greenway. I wanted to also reach out to a wider group of community stakeholders with a personal invitation … Continue reading →4:00 pm Queen Anne Greenways PLAY STREET! @ 1st Ave N & CrockettQueen Anne Greenways PLAY STREET! @ 1st Ave N & CrockettJul 27 @ 4:00 pm – Jul 27 @ 7:00 pmQueen Anne Greenways, a neighborhood group working to increase mobility, accessibility and flexibility in our streets, will be sponsoring its second annual Playstreet on Thursday, July 27, 2017 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm in 1st Avenue North at Crockett Street. … Continue reading →5:30 pm Move Seattle Levy Oversight Comm...Move Seattle Levy Oversight Comm...Jul 27 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pmCity Hall, Room L280 (All future dates: 4/27, 7/27, 10/26, and 11/30)FacebookTwitterRedditEmail5:30 pm South Lake Union Greenways SLUG ...South Lake Union Greenways SLUG ...Jul 27 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pmhttp://bit.ly/2uOFWHT So much going on in South Lake Union. Meetup with people who want the City to build infrastructure that let’s us safely walk and bike in our neighborhood.FacebookTwitterRedditEmail
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Richard Smith will be the new Executive Director of Cascade Bicycle Club and Washington Bikes, the organizations announced Friday Smith comes from Microsoft, and the press release says he was “the executive sponsor of his division’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts” … Continue reading
WA State Ferries has proposed a dramatic fare hike for people pulling a bicycle trailer. For the Bainbridge and Bremerton runs, for example, a person biking with a trailer would have to pay $16 during peak season, a 73 percent … Continue reading
I had a great time biking on freeways Sunday with more than 7,000 smiling, happy people. Freeways are rarely joyful places, which is what makes Cascade’s second annual Emerald Bike Ride so great. For a few hours a year, the region’s … Continue reading
For just one morning, the I-5 Express Lanes through downtown Seattle, the main deck of the 520 Bridge, a path through Bellevue and the I-90 Express Lanes will be filled with thousands of people on bikes. It’s hard to over-hype … Continue reading
I biked on Rainier Ave from Columbia City to downtown during rush hour this morning, and it was peaceful, easy and fast. As part of the Bike Everywhere Day celebration, Cascade Bicycle Club and Bike Works partnered to host a … Continue reading
Four neighborhood rides will meet at City Hall for a Friday rally + Map of Bike Everywhere Day stations
Cascade Bicycle Club is hosting four rides from different ends of town that will converge at City Hall Friday for a rally to support a Basic Bike Network to and through downtown. The rides are part of the annual Bike … Continue reading
Transit works better when people can get to the stations. This might seem like an extremely obvious point, but many of the region’s biggest rail and express bus stations have awful walking and biking access problems. Like truly awful: And … Continue reading
It’s May, which means it’s time to give in to your co-worker’s constant reminders and say, “OK, fine! I’ll sign up for your Bike Month team if you just let me sit here and enjoy this cup of coffee for … Continue reading
Five months after Elizabeth Kiker announced her resignation, Cascade Bicycle Club and Washington Bikes have released the job listing for the joint organization’s next Executive Director. Cascade Bicycle Club was already the largest regional bike organization in the nation even … Continue reading
Several Capitol Hill community groups are working together to host a free training for anyone who wants to learn how to advocate and organize for safer streets Sunday. Afterwards, attendees will immediately put their new knowledge into action by heading out … Continue reading
Dispatches from the WA Bike Summit: Dr. Adonia Lugo on ‘fighting for the better world we know when we’re out on a ride’
I’m at Cascade Bicycle Club’s Washington Bike Summit, a two-day conference that coincides today with Active Transportation Lobby Day. As I write this, people from all over the state are volunteering their time to meet with their state Representatives and … Continue reading
For the second annual Emerald Bike Ride, Cascade Bicycle Club is scaling up big time. The full route is longer, the start location is bigger and the rider limit has been set at a stunning 10,000 people. That’s 3,000 more … Continue reading
Amid all the other giant issues on the November ballot, it may have been easy to miss the news that the people of Bellevue approved a transportation measure that includes funding to kickstart a renewed effort to get their bike … Continue reading
Cascade Bicycle Club’s major event season kicks off Sunday with the 45th annual Chilly Hilly. Thousands of people will meet up at Colman Dock to catch the ferry to Bainbridge. Numbers swell when weather is sunny and warm, but that’s … Continue reading
After many years at Seattle Center, Cascade Bicycle Club is moving its annual Seattle Bike Swap to Magnuson Park near the club’s headquarters. Vendors from all over the region bring stuff for all kinds of bikes, from locally-made to imports … Continue reading
One year after leading Washington Bikes through a merger with Cascade Bicycle Club, Barb Chamberlain is leaving the organization to become the first ever Director of WSDOT’s new Active Transportation Division. As head of the division, Chamberlain will be tasked … Continue reading
It has taken an enormous amount of advocacy pressure over many, many years to get to this point: The final section of the East Lake Sammamish Trail is finally applying for the permits needed to become reality. But this is … Continue reading
Cascade Bicycle Club starts 2017 without an Executive Director, but it still has a bold events lineup that includes the return of the Emerald City Bike Ride. Though the date and route details are still TBD, last year’s Emerald City … Continue reading
Ride your bike. Shop at bike-friendly businesses. Support survivors of domestic violence. Join Commute Seattle and Cascade Bicycle Club Saturday for the Seattle Bike Friendly Business Network‘s first Holiday Bike Friendly Ride. Meet up 2 p.m. at Métier (11th and … Continue reading