After reviewing the weather report that predicts some stiff winds in addition to 100% chance of rain, and considering the combination of wind with a welding bike art sculptor and pop-up canopies, the sponsoring organizations for the Seattle Bike Love Party decided we were better off postponing it since we didn’t want to add a fire display.
April 2 makes a great date for a bike event as the second day of 30 Days of Biking. I may not undertake another personal bike blogging ride to insanity by writing a blog post every day in April, but we’ll encourage you through social media.
We’ll also give you some of our fun “I arrived by bike” business cards to leave behind. (Want those right now? Request them on our e-news sign-up form.)
Mark your calendar and get ready to start 30 Days of Biking April 1. If you’re in the Seattle area plan to come to Pioneer Square for a great bike party.
All the partners we had for Feb. 5 are committed for April 2: Zipcar Seattle, Pronto Cycle Share, Back Alley Bike Repair, Hilliard’s Beer, International Sustainability Institute & Alley Network Project, and Washington Bikes.
And while we’re talking about bike parties here’s your early heads-up for First Thursday May 7: Washington Bikes will hold a Bike Happy Hour as one of the four that Cascade Bicycle Club promotes during National Bicycle Month.