If you’re in Seattle, stop by our Pioneer Square location, 314 1st Ave. South, and visit our store! Open Monday-Friday, 9:30am-4:30pm to browse lots more goods than what you see here in our bike-themed gift shop. All proceeds support our bike advocacy work and our members/donors receive a 10% discount.

Easy Ways to Support Bicycling When You Shop

Amazon: If you buy online from this Washington company you can support our work at no additional cost to you using either of these methods:

  1. Log in at Choose “Bicycle Alliance of Washington” (our previous name) as your charity of choice. Start your shopping from and we’ll receive a micro-donation on eligible purchases.
  2. Amazon Affiliate: Follow this link to start your shopping. As an Amazon Affiliate we’ll receive a percentage of your purchases. Purchases aren’t limited to what we list in the Amazon store we created; that’s just a starting point.

Fred Meyer: Link your rewards card to Washington Bikes (nonprofit number 84584) and scan it every time you shop. You’ll still earn all your points and rewards. Fred Meyer uses these customer “votes” to decide where to donate $2.5 million/year to nonprofits in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska. Every time you shop and scan your reward you help us earn points.

Goodshop: When you use the shopping portal to access any of 5,000+ retailers, Goodshop will donate funds regardless of whether you’re buying kitchen linens from Sierra Trading Post, flight and hotel packages from Expedia, protective gear from Under Armour or any of thousands of other goods and services found online. By signing up , selecting Washington Bikes as your cause and using to shop online, you will save money and promote better biking.

Other affiliate programs: Do you know of similar programs with other retailers and services? Let us know and we’ll see if we can get added to their list.

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Washington Bikes: The Jersey

Washington Bikes--bike jersey for state of WashingtonOrder this made-in-Spokane Castelli jersey available in men’s and women’s sizes, and everywhere you ride you’ll tell the world Washington Bikes.

Jersey available in long-sleeved and short-sleeved versions. The cut is a slim European fit; plan to order 1-2 sizes larger than you think you need.

Members receive 10% discount–just let us know at time of purchase!

Ready to See Where Washington Bikes? Bike Tour Book Is Your Go-To Guide!

Cycling Sojourner: A Guide to the Best Multi-Day Bike Tours in Washington will be your handy-dandy turn-by-turn bicycle travel guide–the where, the why, and the how-to of bicycle touring in the Evergreen State with 10 great tours in various regions of the state from the San Juan Islands to Washington wine country, the rolling hills of the Palouse to the scenic mountains of the Okanogan country. Several tours make use of part of USBR10, officially designated in 2014 as part of the US Bicycle Route System.

This guidebook provides high-quality, in-depth coverage for riders with all budgets and all levels of cycle touring experience. Cycling Sojourner Washington takes care of the logistics and leaves the world-class bicycling to you!

More detail on the book’s features and an order form


Ride Caffeinated! Gear Grinder Blend Benefit Coffee

Organic. Fair-trade. Delicious. The Gear Grinder Blend from our friends at Roasthouse Coffee will help you spin those cranks while you benefit bike advocacy. At $15 for a real pound (16 full ounces–not those 12-oz. bags at the grocery store masquerading as a pound of coffee) plus shipping it’s a tasty way to support bicycling.

Read more about the flavor profiles of the medium and dark roasts and order online for delivery straight to your door.

Personalized Share the Road Mini-Plate

Modeled after the real Share the Road license plate, these customized mini-plates add the perfect personal touch to your bike seat or basket. They also make a great gift for a young rider, especially if you also give our “Young Rider” membership in Washington Bikes!

Size is 3 X 6.5 inches in metal. Personalized with up to 10 characters


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