Advocacy

Meet Zoe Kasperzyk

If you dropped by our office this summer or stopped at our table at Cascade […]

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Working for Better Bicycling in North Central Washington

After a great trip to Wenatchee last week and hearing what local bike advocates are […]

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Bikes Are Blooming in Wenatchee

We don’t just want to be a Bicycle Friendly Community. We need to be a […]

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Snohomish County Bikes: Promising Work Activity on The Whitehorse Trail

Since the Oso Landslide there have been encouraging things happening on the Whitehorse Trail, on […]

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Last Week to Comment: Does Your Safety Count?

If they don’t count, it doesn’t count. Unfortunately in Washington state and on the federal […]

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Get Outdoors Expo Celebrates Washington’s Great Outdoors

The young girl all in blue rotated our rack of bike maps, pulling one from […]

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Every Ride Begins with a Stroke of the Pedal

Earlier this month we celebrated the release of Cycling Sojourner Washington, our tour guidebook highlighting […]

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Results WSDOT: WSDOT’s New Strategic Plan

Recently, the Washington State Department of Transportation’s (WSDOT) new Assistant Secretary for Community and Economic […]

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Sarah Gelineau Steps Down From Board

  Sarah Gelineau of Tonasket has stepped down from the Washington Bikes board of directors […]

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Personal Privilege and Biking: It Takes More than a Bike Lane to Start Riding

The way I used to tell the story of ¬†how I started bike commuting, it […]

Also posted in Attitudes, Equity, News, Women | 21 Comments