Saturday: G&O Family Cyclery hosts a Cargo Bike Festival in Greenwood

May 29, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

Greenwood’s G&O Family Cyclery is hosting the first annual Cargo Bike Festival from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday. The event is part of the Phinney Neighborhood Association’s LGBTQ Pride Rainbow Hop. It promises “test rides, kids activities, food, games and more.” More details from the event page: Be a part of Seattle’s first ever Cargo …

Saturday: G&O Family Cyclery hosts a Cargo Bike Festival in Greenwood

May 29, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

Greenwood’s G&O Family Cyclery is hosting the first annual Cargo Bike Festival from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday. The event is part of the Phinney Neighborhood Association’s LGBTQ Pride Rainbow Hop. It promises “test rides, kids activities, food, games and more.” More details from the event page: Be a part of Seattle’s first ever Cargo …

Saturday: G&O Family Cyclery hosts a Cargo Bike Festival in Greenwood

May 29, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

Greenwood’s G&O Family Cyclery is hosting the first annual Cargo Bike Festival from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday. The event is part of the Phinney Neighborhood Association’s LGBTQ Pride Rainbow Hop. It promises “test rides, kids activities, food, games and more.” More details from the event page: Be a part of Seattle’s first ever Cargo …

Saturday: G&O Family Cyclery hosts a Cargo Bike Festival in Greenwood

May 29, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

Greenwood’s G&O Family Cyclery is hosting the first annual Cargo Bike Festival from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday. The event is part of the Phinney Neighborhood Association’s LGBTQ Pride Rainbow Hop. It promises “test rides, kids activities, food, games and more.” More details from the event page: Be a part of Seattle’s first ever Cargo …

Saturday: G&O Family Cyclery hosts a Cargo Bike Festival in Greenwood

May 29, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

Greenwood’s G&O Family Cyclery is hosting the first annual Cargo Bike Festival from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday. The event is part of the Phinney Neighborhood Association’s LGBTQ Pride Rainbow Hop. It promises “test rides, kids activities, food, games and more.” More details from the event page: Be a part of Seattle’s first ever Cargo …

Scherer is stepping down after 12 years as Director of Familybike Seattle, organization seeks more Board members

May 28, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

Morgan Scherer hauls herself, six bikes and a passenger on her electric-assisted trike in 2012. It is hard to think of any other person who has done more for family biking in Seattle than Morgan Scherer. She has been out on our streets leading by example and sharing her experience since at least 2007, when …

Friday: Peddler Brewing hosts annual End of Bike Month Party

May 27, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

From the event listing. You biked. You will keep biking. So let’s party. The always-wonderful Peddler Brewing in Ballard is hosting their annual End of Bike Month Party 4 – 10 p.m. Friday. $1 per pint will go to Washington Bikes. More details from the event listing: Calling all bikey-people! Join us as we throw …

Guide to Car Bike Racks

May 22, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

Bored of the same old routes? Whilst just jumping on your bike and riding from home is great, now and again we all feel the need to ride new roads and trails. So what are the options for transporting your pride and joy by car? Getting your bike and ride mate(s) somewhere else can take …

Biking increased 32% thanks to downtown Bellevue bike lane + City will keep it, debates expanding network

May 21, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

From the 108th Ave NE Demo Bikeway Assessment (PDF) The City of Bellevue may have just conducted the most thorough study of a bike lane pilot project ever. The 31-page report (PDF) about the 108th Ave NE bike lane in the Eastside city’s downtown core found that bicycling increased 32%, sidewalk biking rate was reduced …

With the paint barely dry on bike-lane-free 35th Ave NE, person driving strikes and injures someone on a bike

May 17, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

Just hours after a video of dangerous conditions for people biking on the new 35th Ave NE gained a lot of traction on social media, someone driving struck and injured a person biking on the street near the intersection with NE 70th Street. News about the injury was posted to the Safe 35th Ave NE …

2019 Buyers Guide – Cycling Glasses 😎

May 8, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

While it might seem odd for newcomers to cycling, many riders use glasses all year around – not just when it is sunny. Eyes need to be particularly well looked after, afterall, they are very delicate and 80% of all the information recieved by the human brain is recieved through the eyes. Glasses offer eye …

2019 Buyers Guide – Cycling Glasses 😎

May 8, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

While it might seem odd for newcomers to cycling, many riders use glasses all year around – not just when it is sunny. Eyes need to be particularly well looked after, afterall, they are very delicate and 80% of all the information recieved by the human brain is recieved through the eyes. Glasses offer eye …

2019 Buyers Guide – Cycling Glasses 😎

May 8, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

While it might seem odd for newcomers to cycling, many riders use glasses all year around – not just when it is sunny. Eyes need to be particularly well looked after, afterall, they are very delicate and 80% of all the information recieved by the human brain is recieved through the eyes. Glasses offer eye …

2019 Buyers Guide – Cycling Glasses 😎

May 8, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

While it might seem odd for newcomers to cycling, many riders use glasses all year around – not just when it is sunny. Eyes need to be particularly well looked after, afterall, they are very delicate and 80% of all the information recieved by the human brain is recieved through the eyes. Glasses offer eye …

2019 Buyers Guide – Cycling Glasses 😎

May 8, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

While it might seem odd for newcomers to cycling, many riders use glasses all year around – not just when it is sunny. Eyes need to be particularly well looked after, afterall, they are very delicate and 80% of all the information recieved by the human brain is recieved through the eyes. Glasses offer eye …

Cycling Crowdfunding Campaigns: a look at the weird and wonderful

February 13, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

There is no limit to the human imagination and nowhere exemplifies that better than the internet. We thought we’d have a bit of fun searching through the cycling crowdfunding campaigns to see what cycling creations in recent years have tried to win your support. In Dragon’s Den style, we’ve chosen the genius ideas and the, …

Cycling is about to get more affordable for some: Australia’s first Ride to Work Scheme launched

January 22, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

Supported by This morning Australian Tour De France winner Cadel Evans and Swisse Wellness Managing Director Oliver Horn announced Australia and New Zealand’s first Ride to Work Scheme where all Swisse employees will be entitled to a $2,000/pa loan to purchase cycling equipment to ride to and from work. All employees will be entitled to …

CyclingTips Podcast: Tramadol, automated drivers, and a chat with Phil Liggett

January 15, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

Supported by Bike racing is back! Neal, James, and Caley begin with the news that the UCI will ban the painkiller Tramadol, often used in “finish bottles,” from competition beginning in March. Then they take a look at Elia Viviani’s first WorldTour sprint of the year and chat with Jonathan Vaughters about his team’s new …

Bike counts were way up on first day of SR 99 closure, and West Seattle neighbors deserve a ton of credit

January 14, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

Data from Seattle Traffic Engineer Dongho Chang via Twitter. The bike counter at the foot of the Spokane Street Bridge to West Seattle measured a 327 percent more trips Monday than seen at this time of year previously. The counter has only measured more trips in a single day a few times before: August 11, …

Aside from some untreated ice patches, biking was a great way around Day 1 without SR 99

January 14, 2019,   has blogged 3983  posts

Bike train headed down Jackson (a major gap in the downtown bike network) Biking around the city this morning was amazing. Sure, the weather helped a lot, with clear skies and a jaw-dropping sunrise fueling my ride to join the SE Seattle Bike Train. No matter how many times I experience it, the beauty of …