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Seattle's proposed 2011/2012 budget includes two important funding mechanisms for projects that...
We're having some (hopefully) temporary technical issues with our mail server, which has delayed the Braking News. Until it can be resolved, I thought I'd share the issue with you below. The formatting is a little off, but you'll still be able to read the content.
The Cascade Bicycle Club annual membership meeting will be held on Thursday, Oct. 21 at REI-Seattle...
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The 520 bridge is a floating no-go zone for cyclists. Though a number of buses cross the bridge,...
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Between 128 th and 145 th Streets in the Bitter Lake neighborhood, Linden Ave. North is languishing...
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Remember the 2009 Tour de France ? The one when Jens Voigt took that horrifying fall descending the...
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Student practicing the quick stop At the end of September I took Cascade’s Urban Cycling Techniques...
Following many discussions over the last week between the Cascade Bicycle Club Board of Directors...
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Tuesday, Oct. 12 is our annual fundraiser for Cascade's political action committee, the recently-...
10/12/10 UPDATE: Cascade Bicycle Club Board of Directors announces transition agreement The following is a message from Chris Weiss, President and Chair, Board of Directors of Cascade Bicycle Club: Dear members, First, let me thank you for your ongoing support and your commitment to the Club. Since we announced the Board of Directors' decision on Monday to make a change in our Executive Director , some of you have asked for more information about why we made the decision. On behalf of the Board, I want to share a few more details with you. On Monday, Oct. 4, we met with Chuck Ayers to summarize management issues we had discussed with him for many months, to explain our need for a smooth transition in leadership and to request his resignation. After a long and respectful discussion, Chuck declined our request and the Board terminated his employment.

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