Biking for transportation and fun has been a large part of my life for many years. Since finding out I was pregnant, I have biked pretty much every day, and there have definitely been some lessons learned along the way.
We all know listening to headphones while riding isn't the safest habit, but it was a different reason that got me to give up the earbuds. Distraction-free biking gave me the time to be creative, meditative and present when things got hectic.
Join Cascade and our partners for Transportation Advocacy Day in Olympia! Connect with other cycling advocates and be a citizen lobbyist for the day, we’ll schedule appointments with your legislators for you. We’ll also provide you with the tools and information you need to effectively advocate for better bicycle facilities in your community.
Where do your day-to-day activities take you –work, grocery store, gym, your kid’s school, coffee shop, restaurants? And how do you get to these places? When Cyclist of the Month Laura Webster asked herself these questions, she discovered that not only could she go where she needed to go by bike, she got there faster.
Snohomish County bicyclists, rejoice! The Verdant Heath Commission approved funding Wednesday for a 1.9 million dollar project to complete 11 critical missing links in the southwest Snohomish County bike network.