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On Twitter, @ke7yxz asked: @cascadebicycle - can you give me tips and techniques to dial in an...
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I don't know what it was about that Team Parkinson’s STP jersey. It meant so much to me. On the...
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Woodinville-based Sportworks designs and manufactures transit racks for King County Metro and over 500 transit services around the country. In recognition of their commendable end-of-trip facilities and bike-friendly approach, Sportworks was awarded Silver Bizcycle certification.
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A year ago my life looked very different. I was working as a consulting engineer at a highly regarded firm. I was building my career. I was checking all the right boxes. I was doing the things I believed a person ought to be doing.
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major taylor
We live in a world where parents often assume to know what's best for their children. We live in a...
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"Bicycling gives me the freedom to get out, breathe fresh air, see beautiful sights and leave the...
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I broke my saddle. After a few thousand miles and two seasons of cyclocross abuse, my saddle said "...
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Gates Foundation
Certified last spring, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is a BizCycle Gold workplace. The Gates foundation, with more than 1000 employees at the Seattle headquarters, offers a robust program to encourage alternative commuting and entices employees to bike with top-of-the-line bicycle accommodations.
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major taylor
Last Sunday, with enough rain and wind to consider building an ark, 18 members of the Major Taylor Project suited up, piled into our van and made their way down to Sprinker to compete in a Seattle Cyclocross event. All of the students did great, with smiling faces and mud flecked bodies they rode hard and brought pride to the Major Taylor name. One student, Mauricio Pestana, a senior at Global Connections High School, even managed to complete as many laps as the race winner--no small feat in such an exhausting competition.
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Dirk at Cascade
In mid-November, on a typical Seattle rainy day, Dutchman Dirk Spits rolled into town on his custom German-made touring bike, glad to discover that his bike bags were indeed waterproof. Already 23 weeks into his journey, Seattle is one of the many cities Dirk will stop to raise awareness and funds on his way to Latin America where he will personally deliver these donations to a variety of charities.

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