We’re busy with Bike Month!

May is National Bike Month and many Washington communities have Bike to Work and Bike to School events planned.  Check our website for a list of communities hosting Bike to Work activities.

The Bicycle Alliance is organizing and/or participating in a number of Bike Month activities:

We’re kicking off Bike Month with an Open House and Alley Party on May 3.  We’re featuring Tour de France photos by Mike Hone and serving Ale-Liance IPA, a limited edition beer crafted by Schooner Exact Brewery especially for us!

Look for us at Cascade Bicycle Club’s Bike to Work breakfast on May 4.
We’re handing out bagels and bike information with Commute Seattle for Bikes & Bagels on May 12
Drop by the Bicycle Alliance office on Bike to Work Day – May 18 from 7-9am – for treats, info and bike maps!  Our friends at Back Alley Bike Repair will be on hand to do bike safety checks.
We’re co-sponsoring the Interagency Bike Ride in Olympia – also on May 18.
The first National Bike Challenge launches May 1 and runs through August 31 and we’re bringing it to Washington.  The Challenge gives bicycle riders who don’t have a local Bike to Work event an opportunity to log their miles and compete for prizes.  For those in a Bike to Work event, the National Bike Challenge keeps the biking momentum going throughout the summer!  Read a previous blog post about the Challenge.
Now get out and ride!
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