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Cascade's Major Taylor Project is seeking a qualified Bike Mechanic to run an Earn-a-Bike program for high school students in White Center, and an After School Project Instructor to lead bike rides and enrichment activities for middle and high school students in and around Seattle. The Major Taylor Project is an after-school program committed to providing bicycling skills and safety activities to a racially diverse group of youth. It provides youth with an introduction to different styles of bicycling, road riding and safety, track riding at the Velodrome (taught by the MVA ), mountain biking (taught by Trips for Kids ), and preparation for longer rides ( Seattle to Portland , Flying Wheels ).
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Do you live, work, or commute in South Park ? As part of a federal grant awarded to the Port of...
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The awesome 2009 Bicycle Ambassador crew. You still have time to get in your application to be a...
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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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