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When my colleague, Anne-Marije, first spotted the Hövding, we shared a giggle and eye roll over it...
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Last week, Cascade received multiple Thank You cards from two-time Seattle to Portland Classic...
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Forget car-seats! Cargo Bikes are the hot item for parents transporting their kids around town...
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The first-ever National Women’s Bicycling Summit is coming up in Long Beach, Cali, on Sept. 13 with...
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This article first appeared as the Cyclist of the Month column in the August 2012 issue of the...
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Our friends over at Seattle-based Cycle University , a provider of bike instruction, training and...
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A little over a month ago, 23 Major Taylor students hailing from four high schools spent two days...
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Moises is a senior at Global Connections High School, and he’s a busy person. “On a scale of one to...
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When Jenny Anderson arrived at Log Boom Park in mid-May to lead that morning’s Cascade Daily Ride, one of her regular riders was riding around the parking lot, looking lost. “Oh, Jenny!” he said when he spotted her. “I didn’t recognize you. You’re not wearing your striped socks.” Jenny laughs, “I didn’t know that was something people recognized me for. I just wear them.”
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Have you ever been to the Herbert Bayer Earthwork , the Robert Morris Earthwork , the Green River Natural Resource Area , or Lorna Jordan's Waterworks Garden ? These four iconic landscapes in Kent, Seatac and Renton are internationally recognized, but not well known locally, despite existing in our regional back yard. The Kent Arts Commission wants to see that change. They are inviting everyone to experience these extraordinary land art reclamation projects, by bike! The Kent Arts Commission has developed what will be a permanent, signed bike route connecting the four earthworks, and has partnered with Cascade to celebrate the opening of the new route with a free inaugural ride on Saturday, June 2.

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