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In the past few weeks, we have finally gotten our final two Major Taylor Clubs up and running,...
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Life Cycles OFFICIAL Trailer from Life Cycles on Vimeo . The Bicycle Film Series continues this...
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On Mondays after school, we are busy teaching new kids how to maintain their bikes and (perhaps...
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While illuminating, not the best choice for a singles mixer. Miss Panniers would like to respond to...
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Dear Miss Panniers, I’m a little in the dark when it comes to lights. What’s the etiquette around...
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Class number two of our Earn-a-Bike program at Global Connections High in SeaTac took place last...
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Come dig in the dirt with the Trips for Kids volunteer crew and the Evergreen Mountain Bike...
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Each and every one of them achieved what I see as the main goal for cyclocross: mud splattered not only on their backs, but on their faces and even behind their ears.
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As a new mama, I am already accustomed to parenting advice coming at me from all angles. Favorite...
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Beer and pizza, two things we cyclists consume frequently and in abundance. Starting tonight, you can get delicious FREE, Neapolitan pizza just for riding your bike. Yes, you read that right. Starting tonight, Via Tribunali Neapolitan Pizzeria will host its "5@5" campaign in conjunction with Peroni Beer and The Stranger to raise funds for the local biking community each Wednesday from 5 to 7. When you ride your bike to the designated Via Tribunali Neapolitan Pizzeria (see list below the jump), you can score a free margherita pizza and $3 Peroni beers. The $3 purchase of Peroni will be donated to the biking community partner for that day. On Wednesday, May 26, it’s our turn as we feature the Trips for Kids Seattle program as the beneficiary. Trips for Kids Seattle takes area kids between the ages of 10 and 17 for three- to four-hour mountain bike adventures in the spring, summer and fall. All of the gear is provided: bikes, helmets, gloves, snacks and full water bottles. Kids learn trail etiquette, rules of riding, bike skills and an appreciation for the environment. To create a safe and meaningful experience, we restrict group sizes to 10 participants. At the end of each ride, the group reflects on the day and share what we have learned. Please bike with us us on Wednesday, May 26 to the Queen Anne Via Tribunali location for free pizza, then buy a Peroni to benefit Trips for Kids.

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