F5 Bike Everywhere Day | May 18, 2018
Join us for the 2018 F5 Bike Everywhere Day!
Wow! Last year on F5 Bike Everywhere Day, we spotted over 20,000 of you riding bikes throughout the day and stopping by at over 110 Celebration Stations in the Puget Sound region. 2018 is shaping up to be even better and we look forward to riding with you on F5 Bike Everywhere Day - Friday, May 18th 2018.
F5 Bike Everywhere Day is a blast. Thousands of people on two wheels pack the streets. Smiles, waves and the friendly ring of bike bells fill the air. No matter what or where your commute, you won't be riding alone on F5 Bike Everywhere Day. It's a great day to ride for the first time, because no matter where you're riding from, we'll be out there with you. Celebration stations and experienced riders along major routes will ensure that encouragement, support, and fun are never in short supply.
Alternatively, you can email them directly to email@example.com with "Rider Count" in the subject line, and include your name, your station name/sponsor, and your count totals (including a guesstimate of branded bike share bikes if any passed through).
If snail mail is your thing, don't fret, we got you.... post any hand written counts with the same info listed above to our offices at: Casdcade Bicycle Club c/o Bike Month Lead 7787 62nd Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115
2018 Celebration Station locations will be updated on this map as they are registered, check back for more closer to May 18!
Our goal for 2018 is to expand even further out to the far reaches of Washington. So if you don't see a station near you, please get in touch and start one in your area!
- Hundreds of celebrations across Washington
- Rides and rallies in cities throughout the state
F5 Bike Everywhere Day shows what our streets could look like every day if we continue encouraging and investing in bicycling as transportation.
By riding on F5 Bike Everywhere Day you help generate political momentum for safe and bike-able streets. The annual increase in cyclists on F5 Bike Everywhere Day shows transportation planners and politicians that we need a network of bicycle trails, lanes, boulevards, signage, and new innovative facilities. By cycling together, we can make a difference. To have an even greater impact, please join the nation's largest bike club.