Photo: Finally, an improvement to 9th Ave near Mercer
I noticed an improvement to 9th Ave this morning. I will admit that I was hoping for more, such as some physical bike lane protection or implementation of this $0 fix to help improve crosswalk and bike lane safety and accessibility. But hey, it’s something.
Photo: Biking downtown
I took this photo the other day, and I’m fairly happy with how it turned out. I’ve been really enjoying photography in recent months, so I figured I’d share any bike-related experiments with you all. Also, biking downtown is so much fun. I know the 2nd Ave bike lane is old news at this point,…
STP, French Revolution Ride + more: How was your bike-filled weekend?
A stylish French-themed cruise from a cheese shop to a wine shop to a baguette shop and, finally, to Gas Works Park for a picnic? Count me in. Hub & Bespoke (a SBB advertiser) hosted a Bastille Day ride Saturday, just one of of MANY events on what might be among the bikiest days in…tagged: bastille day, hub and bespoke, photos, stp 2012
As Seattle rides to honor those injured and killed on our roads, woman dies in Portland bike lane
Over 70 people rode in near silence from Gas Works Park to City Hall and back Wednesday evening in memory of people who have been seriously injured or killed while biking. The annual Ride of Silence takes place in cities all over the world. Wednesday’s ride was the 8th such ride in Seattle, and friends…tagged: kathryn rickson, photos, ride of silence
Photos from the Kids Bike Swap and Madrona bike and trike parade
Kids love their bikes. And two events last Saturday demonstrated this point clearly. The annual Madrona Mayfair kicked off with a decorated bike and trike parade. Hundreds of families showed up for the sunny parade down 34th Ave. Some kids rode on their own, while many other younger ones were accompanied by parents. I would…tagged: bike works, family bike expo, kids bike swap, madrona, madrona mayfair, photos
Friends hold beautiful memorial for Brian Fairbrother
Many wearing orange, his favorite color, a group of people who loved Brian Fairbrother gathered together to hold a memorial for him September 13. Laughter mixed with tears as people remembered a man whose life touched so many others. The memorial started at Espresso Vivace in South Lake Union, where everyone walked together to the…tagged: brian fairbrother, deaths, memorial, photos, vivace
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- Pedaling Relief Project nears milestone: Hauling 1 million pounds of local food bank donations by bike
- Oregon considers bill to make it easier to fund school bike buses
- Alert 6/5-9: Port is repairing Interbay Trail bumps + Planned detour has very tight squeezes – UPDATED
- Crosscut: Seattle Police are leaders in violent use of bikes during protests
- 32 Congressmembers including Rep. Jayapal urge adding walking and biking safety to vehicle safety ratings
- You should join the Bike Advisory Board (or any of these other boards)
- Thursday: Feit will release poetry collection ‘The Night of Electric Bikes’ at Good Weather
- Beacon Hill bike lane plan gets more detailed + City finds ways to add nearby parking
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