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Crossing the Williamsburg Bridge at 3 a.m. by Jacob Mason Last week, the Spokes section of the New...
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That's what I heard while ever-so-slowly spinning my way up some hill, somewhere on Bainbridge...
Events and rides
An update and clarification after the last post on this topic... We've invited the UCI World...
If you happen to notice a sweet deal on a Pinarello Dogma on craigslist, report it to the Issaquah...
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Do you live, work or commute in Southeast Seattle? Do you have ideas on how this area could be...
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A big thanks to the more than 30 pedestrians and bicyclists who came to Olympia yesterday to share...
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The Seattle Bike Swap is coming up on Saturday, Feb. 27! If you’re in the market for a bike,...
The mountains... the villages... the fondue... the white wine... the vistas... I spent two years...
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This morning the Vulnerable User Bill, SB 5838, was heard by the Senate Judiciary Committee. It...
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Keep ‘em coming, folks! The Vulnerable User Bill has many complexities, and we want to be very clear about what we’re trying to accomplish and why. We also want to make sure our legislators are well-educated about this bill and confident that the answer is YEA when it’s time to vote. We've received innumerable questions about the Vulnerable User Bill, especially after our recent call to action . This is a complex issue, and we've tweaked the bill language with help from prosecutors, defenders and other stakeholders. You can read a printable summary here . Thank you to the 2,500 people (as of 2/11) who have contacted their senators so far! If you or your friends are wondering about the details, here are a few of the most common questions we've been asked: Don't we have enough laws?

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