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Rolling through a stop sign while cycling on the Burke-Gilman Trail could cost you $87, the City of...
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Survey crews will be working along the Foothills Trail in Puyallup starting June 16. Keep an eye out for flaggers and exercise extra caution when riding in the area.
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Elizabeth Kiker
Elizabeth Kiker's monthly column
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As women, there are a lot of topics relating to cycling comfort which are either not frequently...
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Last month, Major Taylor Project youth and volunteers gathered at Camp Long to ride bikes, explore their community and ask big questions about injustice, family and the structures that order our society. The Youth Action Retreat was a shining example of why we are stronger together.
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Looking to use your Smartphone to track your bike rides online? Join the club…..no, literally - go...
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Last month, Cascade and partners hosted Silly Hilly, a scavenger hunt and scouting walk/ride through the northern section of the Central Area Neighborhood Greenway. Armed with rubber ducks and decked out in costumes, these families were helping to plan safe, convenient biking and walking through the area.
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Navigating the city by bike can be daunting, especially for new bicyclists. Here are some route-finding resources to help you get where you want to go.
Events and rides
Cascade is always looking for new ride leaders. Being a ride leader means you get to choose the route and pace as well as the day and time. Learn how to become a volunteer ride leader here.
Bike news
While we work on making these roads safer through infrastructure, we’d like to remind all bicyclists that we are not the only vulnerable road and trail users out there. Please adhere to posted speed limits, be mindful of your fellow road users and slow down in pedestrians mixing zones.

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