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I was out for a bike ride recently with my five-year-old, and we caught this message on the...
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The Race Across America might be on your radar lately as we bade a sad farewell to five-time RAAM...
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I love to count bicycles! With only five days to go , we're still desperately short of count...
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On Friday, Aug. 13, Cascade Bicycle Club’s own Kat Sweet —Youth Program Coordinator and mountain...
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Cascade’s Development Officer is the frontline fundraiser for individual and foundation giving who...
Have you seen noticed this sticker on your bike travels? I'll send a Cascade T-shirt to the first...
This weekend is our final cycling event of the year, the 18th annual Kitsap Color Classic . In the past, the Kitsap Color Classic was held in early October. Weather proved to be highly unreliable, so we bumped it into September this year. So much for that! I've heard plenty of jokes about how summer came and went one day in July. Or was it August? I don't know; I think I might have been out of town that day. Or overslept. Lately the weather has been, as one local news outlet put it, " Sad, happy, sad ." I can't predict what the weather will be like later today, let alone Sunday morning, but I can tell you this: the Kitsap Color Classic is a pleasant ride. The scenery is lovely with tree-lined roads, water views and generally low traffic. Routes range from 14 miles to 64 miles. This weekend, Old Mill Days is being held in Port Gamble. On one hand, that may mean increased vehicle traffic as you get closer to Port Gamble on some of the longer routes. On the other hand, maybe the festival will provide an opportunity to rest and watch a wood chopping contest .
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The folks at the Rails to Trails Conservancy sent this our way. Thanks for supporting their...
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Two positions open: Event and Sponsorship Coordinator & Rides Program Coordinator The Cascade Bicycle Club (CBC) is a 13,000+ member strong organization dedicated to building a better community through bicycling. The Club is a local, regional and statewide leader in bicycle and transportation advocacy and through our 501(c)3 Education Foundation, bicycle commuting programming and youth and adult safety education and training. Our sphere of influence includes environmental sustainability, health and fitness, youth development and livable communities. We produce 13 major bicycle events and offer 1,300 free daily recreational rides annually. Cascade is directed by an elected volunteer board and operates with 24 paid staff. Cascade Bicycle Club is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, persons of color, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Employment at CBC is of an at-will nature.
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As Election Day (Nov. 2) approaches, there’s a lot at stake for bicycle advocates and enthusiasts...

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