New Bicycle-Friendly Businesses in Washington State

Congratulations to the newly named Bicycle-Friendly Businesses in the #1 Bicycle Friendly State.

Today the League of American Bicyclists released its list of new additions to the list. Notably, Seattle Children’s Hospital moved up from Gold to receive a Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly Business award.

An employee bikes home from Seattle Children's Hospital, a Platinum level Bicycle Friendly Business“Seattle Children’s has long been at the forefront of sustainable transportation; we pay a daily bonus to incentivize staff to leave their cars at home, provide one of only a few on-site staff bicycle service centers in the nation, offer staff access to free commuter bicycles and helped launch Seattle’s bike share system by serving as its first business sponsor,” said Jamie Cheney, Seattle Children’s Transportation Director, in a release from the League. “We promote bicycling because we believe it is good for the health of our patients, staff, community and the planet. Seattle Children’s is delighted to be recognized with the League of American Bicyclists’ highest honor, the Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly Business Award.”

Businesses of all types and sizes, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies can apply. Newly named Washington businesses range in size from giant Starbucks with 3,500 employees to 4-person firm Conduit Coffee, and from bike rack manufacturer Sportworks in Woodinville to design firm GGLO in Seattle to waste collection/recycling company Sanitary Service in Bellingham.

Newly Named Businesses: Gold 

  • Sanitary Service Company, Inc. (Main Office), Bellingham
  • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle
  • GGLO, Seattle
  • Novo Nordisk Research Center, Seattle

Moving Up: Gold

  • Anderton Law Office – Washington Bike Law, Seattle

Newly Named Businesses: Silver

  • Sanitary Service Company, Inc. (1001 Roeder Ave.), Bellingham
  • Allen Institute, Seattle
  • Starbucks, Seattle
  • Sportworks Northwest Inc., Woodinville

Newly  Named Businesses: Bronze

  • Golder Associates, Inc., Redmond
  • Conduit Coffee Company, Seattle

The next application cycle deadline is July 15, 2015. For more information see the League’s Bicycle Friendly Business page. When you work with these businesses and others on the Washington Bikes list of all Bicycle Friendly Communities, Businesses, and Universities, thank them for helping grow bicycling statewide in the #1 Bicycle Friendly State.

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