Bike-n-Brews El Norte
Due to the overwhelming popularity of our original Seattle Bike-n-Brews south-end ride, we have added a brand new event to this year’s ride roster: Bike-n-Brews El Norte (the North)!
Bike-n-Brews El Norte is a relaxed urban event for recreational cyclists who appreciate flat city riding and tipping back local craft beers.
Last year’s inaugural event drew a truly eclectic mix of riders—young and old, Lycra and jeans, fixies and carbon road bikes. And, with route options of 12, 38 or 48 miles, this is a ride anyone can complete.
The route begins and ends at scenic Myrtle Edwards Park near Downtown Seattle. Bike-n-Brewers are taken on an out and back ride to Kenmore, utilizing the Elliot Bay, Ship Canal and Burke-Gilman bike trails, and lightly traveled roads in between.
The start/finish line will feature live music and food. With their paid registration, riders receive an event t-shirt (must register before May 28 to receive t-shirt) and beverage tickets good for beer at both breweries. The mid-point rest stop will be at 192 Brewing Company in Kenmore. Riders can use a beer ticket here and fuel up on soft drinks and ride snacks. Hot food will be available for purchase. The Myrtle Edwards Finish Line Festival location overlooks beautiful Elliott Bay, featuring live music and beer from both Fremont Brewing and Peddler Brewing companies!