Author Archives: Administrator

Cooper Jones Bicyclist Safety Advisory Council

SB 5402 and HB 1795 introduced in both the House and Senate target reversing the […]

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Elizabeth Kiker Announces Departure from Cascade Bicycle Club & Washington Bikes

Republished from Cascade Bicycle Club blog. Cascade Board Contact Cascade Bicycle Club Board Vice President […]

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Five-Year Strategic Plan Priority: Promote Bicycle-Friendly Policies and Investments

Read our posts highlighting priorities in our strategic plan adopted in 2016. You’re celebrating the election of […]

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Press Release: Ride in the Rain Challenge starts Tuesday

***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE *** Washington Bikes’ Ride in the Rain Challenge starts Tuesday, Nov. 1 […]

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Donate to the Bike Everywhere Challenge

The Bike Everywhere Challenge is over, but you can still donate to Washington Bikes and […]

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Bikenomics Book Review

As a follow-up to her earlier ‘zine Bikenomics, Elly Blue has written and published a […]

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Familybike Seattle Offering “Get Started Family Biking Seminars”

This Saturday July 20 from 2-5PM, Familybike Seattle is offering a “Get Started Family Biking […]

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Bicycle Urbanism Symposium a Smashing Success.

After considerable anticipation and planning over the past year and a half, the Bicycle Urbanism […]

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Sound Transit to Add Bike Parking at Sumner and Puyallup Sounder Stations

Photographs by the author except as noted Sound Transit bike locker signage On Wednesday May […]

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Bicycle Urbanism Symposium at the University of Washington June 19-22

In late January I wrote a post inviting your participation in the University of Washington’s […]

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