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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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With new name, Move Redmond expands its walk/bike/transit advocacy + ‘Making Bicycling Accessible for All’ panel Wednesday

The Greater Redmond Transportation Management Association is now “Move Redmond.” That seems like a good name change, though I may be biased since my spouse Kelli works for Move Redmond as the Advocacy and Communications Director. But it is a … Continue reading

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Seattle’s Marley Blonsky stars in mini-documentary All Bodies on Bikes

Well I love this. Friend of Seattle Bike Blog Marley Blonsky stars in the new mini-documentary All Bodies on Bikes alongside Kailey Kornhauser. The 13-minute film premiered today, so check it out above. The film follows them on a bike … Continue reading

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Saturday: Seattle’s 9th annual women/trans/femme/non-binary Moxie Summer Jam Alleycat

The 9th Annual Moxie Summer Jam meets 2 p.m. Saturday at Gas Works Park. Organizers say it is one of (if not the) biggest women/trans/femme/non-binary alleycats in the world. What is an alleycat? What can I expect if I show … Continue reading

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Capitol Hill groups come together to host hyperlocal Transportation Action Day

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

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Blonsky: A non-definitive guide to bike overnighters within an hour(ish) of Seattle

EDITOR’S NOTE: Marley originally posted this great beginner’s guide to bike camping trips near Seattle on her blog. Bike camping season started early this year thanks to a very warm winter. Adventure is closer to home than you think. A … Continue reading

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