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Hello, Seattle Bike Blog readers, it’s been a while since I updated you all on my daughter Fiona and my current leave from writing. First of all, you have been amazing. So many readers have risen to the occasion to … Continue reading
Seattle Bike Blog officially launched July 8, 2010. Since then, I have learned so much about bicycling, advocacy and all the wonderful things Seattle residents are doing to make streets safer and spread the bike love around this beautiful city … Continue reading
Fire up that modem and pop in your VHS recording of the latest X-Files episode, the Seattle Bike Forum is here. So, maybe a forum is a little old-school, but I hope it fills a need. Too often, you all send … Continue reading
If you have been waiting to subscribe to Seattle Bike Blog, now is the time. As of Monday morning, we are up to 78 subscribers. Our month-long goal is 100 subscribers by August 8, so you have only four days … Continue reading
UPDATE: Woohoo!!! We made it to 100 as of 10:30 the morning of August 7, one day before our deadline. Huge thanks to everyone who made this happen. You all power this pedal-powered news site. Seattle Bike Blog is supported … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe that Seattle Bike Blog is already three years old! The official first post went live July 8, 2010, promising to “report about bike infrastructure, laws, activism, safety, fun events, interesting projects and whatever else Seattle bicyclists … Continue reading
I’m headed to the woods for a few days. Come back Thursday for the official launch.