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Of our eight fleets of bikes, one is a fully geared, hand-brake equipped set serving 6th to 8th...
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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.
Bike news
The leaves are falling, the air is crisp and buses of students are excitedly heading to school. While all of these things are typical of fall, what stands out is that the school buses of which I speak are not yellow, motorized or even a physical bus. There is no driver, no vinyl seats, no plumes of black smoke issuing out of the back.
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More communities are encouraging active transportation such as walking and biking to school as a...
Bike news
Should the driveway to a school parking lot cross the main sidewalk where pedestrians and...
Events and rides
Take advantage of the great weather and sign up for the last few weeks of our Family Biking Program...
Events and rides
Last week, I had the chance to explore Edmonds and Lynnwood with 12 middle and high school kids by...
Bike news
As of Monday, Aug 12, Cascade Bicycle Club Education Foundation is approved to receive matching...
Events and rides
Cascade Bicycle Club is currently looking to hire a new Youth Programs Manager, someone who...
Events and rides
Sometimes, as a development director, I’m obliged to make horrible sacrifices in order to engage...

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