Blazing Saddles! Tour Seattle’s Unique Fire Stations by Bike

This week’s  Ride of the Week is Bill Blake's “Blazing Saddles,” so named because riders will visit seven of Seattle's architecturally distinct fire stations, including both new and remodeled stations. The ride will take place this Sunday, Feb 5 at 10 a.m., and is the third installment of Bill’s Blazing Saddles series. Riders will start at Magnuson Park's big parking lot and head towards Seward Park, turning off to Mt Baker Station, then on to the International District, Downtown Seattle, Belltown, Fremont, Ballard, Greenwood, Green Lake, U District, Laurelhurst and back to Magnuson. There will be many refueling opportunities along the route and Bill promises to have you back in time for Super Bowl.

Meet on Sunday, Feb 5 at 10 a.m. at Magnuson Park in Seattle

Terrain:  Some hills. The long hills on this ride will be re gradual and the steep ones are short.

Distance: 32 miles

Pace: Moderate (14 - 16 mph)

A map or cue sheet will be available, and this is a “stay together” ride.

Steady rain cancels the ride (or ice/snow)

Questions? Contact Ride Leader Bill Blake: 206.856.6387; Email: wpblake@comcast.net

Looking for more riding opportunities? All Cascade free daily rides are published online. Everyone is welcome, but if you’re new, please read through our information for newcomers and parents.