Bike to a free breakfast

Via6 invites you to bike to breakfast on Thursday, Nov. 29, for FREE Skillet Street Food . Via6 is Seattle's newest vertical neighborhood, where Belltown, Downtown and South Lake Union get together, arriving in February, 2013.

The complex, developed by Pine Street Group, bundles together apartments with three new Tom Douglas concepts, a bike shop and bicycle commuter club.

One of the building’s tenants is Velo bike Shop, formerly located on Capitol Hill.  In addition to the bicycle store, Velo will operate a new bicycle club under development in Via6. Titled ViaBike, the club aims cater to downtown Seattle bicycle commuters who desire a place to park their bikes during the day and a place to shower. Club members will have access to a variety of amenities including men’s and women's locker rooms with showers, restrooms and lockers; secure bike parking; and a bike wash.

The Nov. 29 Breakfast Via Bike promotion aims to provide bike commuters with the most important meal of the day while introducing them to Velo Bike Shop’s new location and club.

The promotion will run from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. at McGraw Park, on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Olive Way.

The menu will feature Skillet’s famous Chicken & Waffle or breakfast sandwich or burrito with coffee.

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Anne-Marije Rook