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Registration open for Go Means Go’s Nine to Five all-night solstice scavenger hunt

Seattle really loves the summer solstice. Seattle also really loves bikes. So I suppose it’s no surprise that our city has two time-honored and somewhat crazy biking traditions to celebrate the start of summer: The Fremont Solstice naked bike ride … Continue reading

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A naked and sleep-deprived day of Summer Solstice biking (NSFW)

The 2012 Fremont Solstice Parade naked bike ride was one for the record books. I have not been able to discern any official estimates, but at one point the entire length of 34th Ave from Fremont Ave to Stone Way … Continue reading

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Go Means Go’s summer solstice Nine to Five all-night scavenger hunt Saturday

Most people celebrate the summer solstice as the longest day of the year (painting their bodies and worshiping the sun, etc). But in Seattle, Go Means Go celebrates it as the shortest night with the all-night scavenger hunt dubbed the … Continue reading

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Pedaler’s Fair showcases the forces behind Seattle’s growing bicycle economy

The first Pedaler’s Fair (Seattle Bike Blog sponsored!) took over a historic Ballard industrial building last weekend to showcase some of Washington State’s most creative handmade bicycle goods and art. Inspired by Portland’s Bikecraft events, Swift Industries and Go Means … Continue reading

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Pedaler’s Fair will showcase Washington-made bike goods and art

Calling all Washington crafters, makers, artists and bike lovers: The first ever Pedaler’s Fair will be held in Ballard April 21-22, and they want you to sell and demo your stuff. Swift Industries and Go Means Go are organizing the … Continue reading

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Art show to celebrate 15 years of Dead Baby Bikes

Leading up to the infamous Dead Baby Downhill, an art show at Vecta Photo will showcase bikes and art from the club’s fifteen years in Seattle. According to Go Means Go: This will be a multimedia gallery exhibit including club … Continue reading

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Seattle By Bike Photos: Railing full of bikes on drizzly solstice dawn

There have been some great photos coming into the Seattle by Bike Flickr pool, but this one struck me particularly hard. It’s from the early morning finish of the Nine to Five all-night solstice scavenger hunt held by Go Means … Continue reading

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Several bike rides this weekend — Tweed Ride, Port of Seattle bike tour, Ballard rain garden tour

Say—The most dapper of Seattle’s citizenry will be in attendance for a celebration of the centennial of Seward Park! You, fair Seattleite, are invited to don your finest tweed and join the noble faction Go Means Go for a grand … Continue reading

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On the third day, He rode His cargo bike – UPDATED

Whether you celebrate the rising of Jesus from the dead, want to hold a feast in honor of the goddess Ēostre or just want to ride a bike, you are invited to join in on a slow cargo bike ride … Continue reading

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Have a mustache? Know where to buy one?

If so, Go Means Go is organizing a free 20-mile ride Sunday (tomorrow). BYO Mustache. If you can’t grow one, buy or make one. Ride meets at Fremont Coffee at 11:30 a.m., leaves at noon. The ride will go at … Continue reading

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Bicycle Film Festival rolls into town next week

The 10th annual International Bicycle Film Festival is coming to Seattle October 7-10. Based out of New York, this is the second year the BFF is coming to Seattle. Ryan from Go Means Go!, one of the Seattle organizers, talked … Continue reading

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On other blogs: Biking the coast in 1909

A quick roundup of interesting stuff from around the city. Go Means Go has a book review of “Two Wheels North” by Evelyn McDaniel Gibb, the story of two boys who rode their bikes from Santa Rosa to Seattle for … Continue reading

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Emerald Sprints tonight in Ballard

If you have never been to a roller racing event (I haven’t), Emerald Sprints planner Ryan from Go Means Go described it to me. Basically it’s a race between two people on bikes set up on stationary bike stands hooked … Continue reading

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Your weekly bike theft map (July 9-15)

View bike thefts 7/9-15 in a larger map These are just the bike thefts that were reported to SPD. Report those thefts, and remember: bikes do get recovered.

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