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Ever since the Second Avenue Protected Bike Lane was installed last September, hundreds of people have been thanking Mayor Ed Murray for his leadership to build it in record speed as the beginning of a network of protected bike lanes in downtown. In fact, nearly 1,000 people have signed "I ❤ Downtown Protected Bike Lanes" postcards, and we're about ready to deliver the postcards to Mayor Murray next Thursday during Cascade's Bike Everywhere Breakfast. To celebrate getting to 1,000 signed postcards, Rosalie Daggett and Lindsay Buzzo of the Connect Downtown team created an amazing video. Check it out, then sign a postcard before it's too late.
Events and rides
Kids all around the Puget Sound region are getting ready to track their rides each day to earn cool...
Club news
You can find a full lineup of fun bike-themed events on the Bike Month calendar , but here's what...
Events and rides
The bicycle-centric made-­in-­Washington consumer show, the Pedaler's Fair, returns to Seattle next...
Club news
Funds raised from the first annual Ride for Major Taylor on Saturday, April 18, helped make the...
Spotlights
Got a flat? Soggy shoes? Missing bar ends? MacGyver your way out of some common nuisances with...
Events and rides
Join us on Thursday, May 7 at the Group Health Bike Everywhere Breakfast benefitting Cascade...
Member news
Photo courtesy of Mike Hooning In 1970, a small group of active cyclists gathered in a basement on...
Events and rides
Seattle’s bike share system, Pronto Cycle Share, will soon blow out the candles on its half-...
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By the Department of Diversity & Inclusion Join us Saturday, April 18 on a 25-mile scenic tour...

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