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Join The Bikery for Freaky Friday Winterfest

Now settled into its space at Hiawatha Artspace west of Judkins Park, The Bikery is throwing a bikey neighborhood party Friday. Swing by the non-profit bike co-op space for Freaky Friday Winterfest. The party gets underway at 7 p.m. with … Continue reading

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Seattle’s 4th Cranksgiving is November 23

Seattle’s fourth annual Cranksgiving is Saturday, November 23, 2013. A food drive scavenger hunt by bike, Cranksgiving is a fun way to tour some of Seattle’s most unique grocery stores and food stands, gathering food for Rainier Valley Food Bank. … Continue reading

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Wednesday: New2Biking event will talk urban cycling, even in the rain

New2Seattle is partnering with Cascade Bicycle Club and Velo Bike Shop to host an event for anyone looking for advice on urban cycling. New2Biking, a free social and educational event, will go from 5:30 to 7:30 Wednesday evening at Velo … Continue reading

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Join a Monday community walk and vigil for Trevon Crease-Holden, teen victim of MLK Way hit and run

Trevon Crease-Holden and his little brother were walking home from late night open gym hours at the Rainier Community Center when it happened. Trevon is still in a fight for his life after someone driving a grey Honda struck him … Continue reading

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A wild bike weekend is ahead: 17th Annual Dead Baby Downhill + Bike Smut 7

PLEASE NOTE: This story is from 2013. For information about the 2014 event, see this listing. Are you ready to hop on your bike for a wild weekend in Seattle? The 17th Annual Dead Baby Downhill is Friday. One of … Continue reading

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Spoke & Food: Where to bike to dinner tonight

It’s time for the annual Spoke & Food bike to dinner fundraiser! Cancel your dinner plans and bike to a nearby (or far away) restaurant tonight. Bike and dine at participating restaurants between 5:30 and 9 tonight (Tuesday) and 20 … Continue reading

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Thursday: Downtown Library hosts bicycle historian and recovered 1890s bike touring photos

In the 1890s, Thomas Allen and William Sachtleben set out on a tour of the world with two brand new inventions: The “safety” bicycle to carry them and a Kodak film camera. Thursday, Seattle Public Library hosts bicycle historian David … Continue reading

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Monday mayoral candidate forum will focus on safe, livable streets

Which candidates for mayor will make safe streets a top priority? Find out Monday at a mayoral candidate forum hosted in Madison Valley by Seattle Neighborhood Greenways and sponsored by a long list of safe streets groups, including Seattle Bike … Continue reading

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Third Annual Girls of Summer all-girl alleycat is Saturday

The fabulous women behind Seattle’s Menstrual Monday bike rides are getting ready to hold their third annual all-girl alleycat Saturday: Girls of Summer. An alleycat is basically a scavenger hunt by bike. Women who want to participate should meet at … Continue reading

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Weekend Highlight: ArtCrank showcases Seattle bike-inspired posters

The popular nation-touring ArtCrank is heading to Seattle for the first time Saturday. Showcasing bike-inspired, handmade posters by local artists, ArtCrank started in 2007 in Minneapolis. Since then, the show has toured cities across the nation, but this is their … Continue reading

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Friday: Bike Month wraps up with street party in Ballard

Ballard will be filled with bikes Friday afternoon for the annual Bike Month street party. KEXP, Cascade Bicycle Club and Summer Streets join forces to bring an afternoon of vendors, happy hour drinks, music and even a bike fashion show. … Continue reading

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Thursday: Bike Month Trail Party at UW

Details from Cascade: Pedal over to the U-District on Thursday, May 23, for the annual UW Trail Party. Join UW Transportation Services and the Cascade Bicycle Club from 4-7 p.m.  for music, free bike fits, basic tune ups, and lots of … Continue reading

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Sunday: Alki Summer Streets + Costumed bike parade

The Alki Beach Creeps are planning “the largest costumed bike parade in West Seattle” Sunday during the Alki Summer Streets event. Details: The Alki Beach Creeps have joined forces with the SDOT Summer Streets to bring you and your family … Continue reading

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Wednesday: Annual Ride of Silence starts at Gas Works Park

Every year, people in cities across the country will ride in honor of the people who have been killed while riding a bike on our roadways. Seattle’s ride meets at Gas Works Park at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. See our coverage … Continue reading

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Friday morning: Get a bagel and coffee for biking downtown

As you may have noticed from their advertisement on this site for the past week, Commute Seattle is hosting their third annual Bikes & Bagels event Friday morning. As a way to encourage and celebrate cycling downtown, they will be … Continue reading

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People-powered events for Earth Day weekend

We already told you about the Pedaler’s Fair, which is not necessarily an Earth Day event but will surely be awesome. Below is a list of some other people-powered events to look for this weekend. Our list of people-powered Earth … Continue reading

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Wednesday: Biking the Wave features evening of bike-powered food, drinks and discussion

From Commute Seattle: More details from the Facebook event listing:

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Bike Love Party in Pioneer Square Thursday

The Bicycle Alliance of Washington’s First Thursday party this month will be a Bike Love Party. Sponsored in part by Zipcar (also a new Seattle Bike Blog sponsor!), the party will take place during the monthly Pioneer Square Art Walk … Continue reading

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Rains do nothing to slow livable Seattle work – How to get involved this week

Some are surprised that driving in the US has continued it’s half-decade decline. But one look at our Events Calendar, and you’ll see why. Biking and walking is all people are talking about, and there are a bunch of opportunities … Continue reading

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Riders haul 500 lbs of food on rainy Cranksgiving

Rain did little to stop the 40+ riders who pedaled all over the city collecting food to donate Saturday during Seattle’s third Cranksgiving. The final haul was 500 pounds of food, all hauled by bike and all donated to Rainier … Continue reading

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