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Wilson Ave S bike lanes will fill key gap in SE Seattle, meeting Thursday

Wilson Ave S is a true rarity in the hilly neighborhood above Seward Park: It is relatively flat and direct. Well, OK, the whole street isn’t flat. But the 0.8 miles of the street that the Seattle Department of Transportation … Continue reading

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Cyclefest 2013 is tonight at Seward Park

Watch a bike race in real life, then Stage 18 of the Tour de France on a projector screen at Seward Park tonight. Cascade Bicycle Club is hosting their annual Cyclefest party at the park tonight (Thursday) starting at 4 … Continue reading

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Tonight: CycleFest takes over Seward Park

Want to watch the Tour de France next to the park where Tour competitor Tyler Farrar got his pro racing start? Then head down to Seward Park tonight (Thursday) for Cascade Bicycle Club’s CycleFest. You can watch a real life … Continue reading

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New bike co-op and road changes coming near Othello Station

Whistle Stop Co-op will bring a community cafe and community bicycle co-op to the neighborhoods around Othello all in one shop. The Whistle Stop Co-op, located on the northeast corner of MLK and Othello, is holding its grand opening celebration … Continue reading

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Weekend Guide: Bike-in movie at Cal Anderson + Coffee Jitters Alleycat

A quick look at some bikey stuff happening this weekend. If I missed anything, be sure to add it to the comments or email tom@seattlebikeblog.com. Bike-in movie at Cal Anderson Saturday Sponsored by CapitolHillSeattle.com (which I just so happen to … Continue reading

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After getting start in the Seattle area, Farrar wins Stage 3 of Tour de France

We here at Seattle Bike Blog don’t usually write much about bicycle racing — especially not big time professional racing. Nothing against the sport, but racing just isn’t what we’re into. However, this story makes a rare strike within the … 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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