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Hey you! Yes, you. Plan a group bike ride!

Marley Blonsky put out a call recently that I support completely: Seattle needs you to plan a group ride. The pandemic all but erased the Seattle Bike Blog Events Calendar, which was of course the right thing to do. But … Continue reading

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After cancelling most 2020 events, Cascade’s ready to roll again (but no STP, Emerald Ride or RSVP)

As a major event producer, the COVID-19 pandemic hit Cascade Bicycle Club hard along with so many other organizations and businesses. After Chilly Hilly in February 2020, nearly all of Cascade’s annual events were cancelled. But after more than a … Continue reading

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Friday: Following death, community holds slow bike ride for safe streets in Georgetown

The death of a man biking in Georgetown in late March has shaken the community, so some neighbors are organizing a slow bike ride tomorrow (Friday) to mourn his death and call for safer streets. “For years, our community has … Continue reading

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Tonight: Watch the Filmed By Bike Festival with Evergreen MTB

6:30 p.m. tonight (March 8), stream the Filmed By Bike short film festival with Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance. Tickets are $5 per person (create an account to see the checkout page). The films look great! Details from Evergreen MTB: Don’t … Continue reading

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December bike stuff to do: Family biking advocacy workshop, Basic Bike Network ride + more

Sure, it’s December and the winter solstice is just around the corner, but don’t let anyone tell you to put your bike in the garage until spring. Seattle is a year-round biking town, and there’s still so much biking to … Continue reading

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The Seattle Bike & Outdoor Show is this weekend at CenturyLink Field Event Center

The Seattle Bike & Outdoor Show is this weekend. So if you want to check out the latest wares or test ride some new bikes, head down to CenturyLink Field Event Center in Pioneer Square 9–6 Saturday or 9–5 Sunday. … Continue reading

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Bike on I-5, the Aurora Bridge and the soon-to-be-closed waterfront Viaduct April 8

Cascade Bicycle Club’s Emerald City Ride 2018 won’t ever be repeated because part of the route will be on the slated-for-demolishion Alaskan Way Viaduct. The third annual Emerald City Ride sticks with the theme: Bike on freeways typically off-limits to … Continue reading

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2017 Seattle Bike Swap is Sunday, now hosted in Magnuson Park

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

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Tonight: Willie and Kat kick off tour to support the John Wayne Trail

If you have never heard Willie Weir and Kat Marriner spin a yarn, get yourself to Cascade Bicycling Center in Magnuson Park 7 p.m. tonight (Tuesday) for an evening that promises laughs and heartwarming positivity. Seriously, these are special people, … Continue reading

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Thursday is SAM’s Bike Night at the Olympic Sculpture Park

The Seattle Art Museum is hosting a free Bike Night at the Olympic Sculpture Park Thursday (tonight!), featuring music, talks, workshops, food, a kids zone and more. Want to learn about independent publishing? Learn to make your own zine with … Continue reading

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Seattle Bike Swap is Sunday, Cascade registrations open + more from the calendar

After a couple quiet months, the Seattle bike events are starting to ramp up again. Cascade Bicycle Club has opened registrations for most of it’s major events in 2016, which you can flip through in their latest email blast. Chilly … Continue reading

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Thursday: Go see Phoebe’s Father, a new indie film including lots of Seattle cycling scenes

An independent family drama where cycling in Seattle plays a central role? I bet there are a lot of readers of this blog who can identify with that. You can be among the first people to see Phoebe’s Father 6:30 … Continue reading

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Seattle’s Sixth Cranksgiving is November 21

A food drive scavenger hunt by bike, Cranksgiving riders bike to a secret list of unique food sellers around Seattle buying food to donate to Rainier Valley Food Bank. The 2015 ride is Saturday, November 21, starting at Cal Anderson … Continue reading

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Get your hands on Made-In-Washington bike goods at the Pedaler’s Fair Saturday

The fourth annual Pedaler’s Fair will showcase bikes, bike-related goods and art Saturday, all made right here in Washington State. Seattle Bike Blog is a sponsor of the 2015 fair, which is a great way to meet creative and enterprising … Continue reading

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Bike Month kicks off Friday, here’s a taste of what’s happening

May is Bike Month, when the number of entries on our Events Calendar explodes and people who like to ride or talk about bikes have more options than they can eat. Speaking of eating… Bike Everywhere Breakfast Cascade Bicycle Club … Continue reading

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This Week: Janette Sadik-Khan talk, Ride for Major Taylor + more

The Seattle Bike Blog Events Calendar is blowing up, and not just because Cascade Bicycle Club events have been added. There’s just a ton of bike stuff happening in Seattle, and the event list will really take off next month. … Continue reading

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KUOW and SDOT will host impressive transportation speaker series

Some of the most influential names in recent American urban transportation history will be headed to Seattle in the next couple months. KUOW and the City of Seattle announced a series called “Where Are We Going? Seattle’s Transportation Future.” Featured … Continue reading

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Cascade announces new south end fundraiser ride for Major Taylor Project

Cascade has announced a brand new ride, and it sounds a lot different than their standard events. The Ride for Major Taylor starts in West Seattle and heads down through White Center, SeaTac and Burien, neighborhoods where the club’s Major … Continue reading

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Cascade’s annual Chilly Hilly ride around Bainbridge is Sunday

If forecasts hold out, it may not be so chilly for Sunday’s Chilly Hilly. Cascade Bicycle Club’s first big ride of the year, this ride around hilly Bainbridge Island starts with an iconic ferry ride filled with bikes. It’s also … Continue reading

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The annual Seattle Bike Swap is Sunday

If you’re looking for rare bike parts, want to see some wares from local companies or are in the market for a good deal on a used bike, the annual Seattle Bike Swap is a good place to look. Last … Continue reading

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