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National Ride of Silence is today, Seattle’s ride starts at Gas Works Park

Today is the National Ride of Silence. People who have lost loved ones in bike crashes and collisions (and anyone who wants to show solidarity) are invited to ride slowly and quietly together. It’s about making a statement about the … Continue reading

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In memory of people who have died while biking, Ride of Silence is tonight

In communities around the nation, people will ride together tonight (Wednesday) to remember friends and family members who have died or been seriously injured while biking. Seattle’s Ride of Silence meets at Gas Works Park at 6:30 p.m. Unfortunately, the … 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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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 … Continue reading

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2012 Ride of Silence meets May 16 at Gas Works Parks

The annual Ride of Silence group bike rides take place in cities all over the world as a way to remember people who have been killed or injured while biking. Seattle’s 8th Ride of Silence will meet at Gas Works … Continue reading

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Bikelash? I’d rather go ride in the sunshine

Danny Westneat and I had an excellent chat Tuesday about Seattle’s resurging “bikelash” this past week. Coincidence or not, this week has also had fantastic weather for riding a bike. The frustrations started with the announcement that Mayor Mike McGinn … Continue reading

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