A Ballard resident has organized an event to help both the homeless and the local biking community. Scott DeWees (pictured), and his friends Kennan Wells and Ian Stewart, are hosting a bike tune up event where all proceeds will be donated to Mary’s Place and Compass Housing Alliance who support homeless members of the Seattle […]
Cyclists from across north Seattle pedaled their way to downtown Ballard for the Bike to Work After Party and Summer Streets event on 22nd Avenue between Ballard Avenue NW and NW Market Street earlier this evening.
Hundreds of brightly dressed, helmet-wearing, Lycra clad riders took to the street, snagging free offerings from various vendor booths, including these Cliff Bar samples.
Many waited in line to ride the Dutch Bicycle Company’s humongous, seven-seat Conference Bike.
Some had their picture taken by Michael Stearns as part of his ByPedal Project.
Thousands more bicyclists than usual will be riding today, because it’s the annual Bike to Work Day. Cascade Bicycle Club has teamed up with a number of other businesses to provide 44 commute stations throughout the region, offering freebies like water bottles and snacks, providing information on cycling, and some even have bicycle technicians ready […]
Friday is the annual “Bike to Work Day” and it’s the first-ever “kidical mass” event, which also coincides with the Ballard Summer Streets event. Families with bike riders of all ages and experience levels will meet at Bergen Place Park at 5:30 p.m. and take off down Ballard Ave at 6 p.m. to the Burke-Gilman […]