Recap: 20th Annual Auction

Last Saturday was Washington Bikes’s 20th annual fundraising auction—and what a fundraiser it was!  Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, donors, volunteers and the 285 friends of bicycling in attendance, we raised over $95,000 that evening.  Eric Mamroth and Chris Cameron returned as our auctioneer and master of ceremonies respectively.  Here’s a photo recap of the festivities:

Guests browsed the silent auction tables for choice items.

Volunteers roamed the room selling Split the Pot raffle tickets.

These delectable desserts raised over $8000.

Bidding was lively and plentiful all evening.

The “wizards” entered auction data all evening.

The auction is a huge volunteer effort and we are grateful to the 70+ volunteers who help make this event a success.  These folks helped us with everything from data entry, packing and event set-up to registration, closing, check out, and tear down.  Thanks, guys!

We also want to thank and recognize this year’s auction sponsors:

John Duggan, Cycling Attorney

Seattle Children’s Hospital

SvR Design


Cascade Bicycle Club



Creative Accomplice


H4 Consulting

Cyclists of Greater Seattle

Pike Brewing Company

We also wish to thank the following for their additional support:  Zeitgeist, Jones Soda, Wheatland Wheelers, Lone Canary, Mercer Estates, Woodward Canyon, Lost River, and Bicycle Barn.


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