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Op-ed: Bicyclists should support I-1631, Protect Washington voter initiative

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following op-ed is written by Chris Covert-Bowlds, M.D., a person who bikes, is a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility, and supports I-1631. Washington state bicyclists should support I-1631 — the Protect Washington voter initiative. With a carbon … Continue reading

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35th Ave NE: A Project at Risk

This is a guest post written by Liam Bradshaw. Liam is a research scientist in materials chemistry who lives near 35th Ave NE in Wedgwood. He enjoys riding for both commuting and recreation, but drives, walks, and busses when necessary. … Continue reading

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‘America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride’ challenges and inspires Seattle team

Today’s guest post is by Leigh Pate, a writer and photographer here in Seattle. She recently biked across India and wrote about the experience for the Great Outdoors. Get more of Leigh at www.LeighPate.com Peek-a-boo views of snowy mountains reflecting … Continue reading

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When reporting hyperlocal news, a bicycle gets you the scoop first

Capitol Hill, Seattle — the neighborhood I cover as a hyperlocal reporter — is one of the most dense areas on the West Coast and many stretches of parking are at more than 100% of capacity thanks to creative drivers … Continue reading

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Bicycle bag maker Swift Industries settles into historic Ballard building

On a lovely rooftop garden of their new studio space one sunny afternoon, I chatted with Martina and Jason, the creators and designers of a growing Seattle company that makes custom bags built for bike touring. Swift Industries bags are … Continue reading

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Join me for 30 Days of Biking in April

Editor’s note: Here’s a guest post by Madi from Family Ride. After reading this post, I’m not sure I have ever ridden my bike every day for 30 days straight without missing a single one. I never kept track before. … Continue reading

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