starts at Occidental Park
ends at Spinnaker Bay Brewing (5718 Rainier Ave S, Seattle WA 98118) This Policy Ride has two routes, both starting and ending at the same locations. On the "all ages and abilities" ride, learn about a future protected bike lane on S Dearborn Street, a neighborhood greenway on Hiawatha Place S to be built this year, and a neighborhood greenway from Franklin High School to the Othello Playground (we won't go that far). On the "strong and fearless" ride, learn about future protected bike lanes on S Dearborn Street and Rainier Avenue S. Both rides will also address the City's efforts to increase bicycle and pedestrian access to the future Rainier Light Rail Station and current Mount Baker Light Rail Station and to allow more housing, jobs, and retail near the Mount Baker Station. Co-led by the Cascade Bicycle Club, Bike Works, Rainier Valley Greenways, and Rainier Riders.
May 16, 7:30 a.m.: Bike to Work Day "Ride & Rally" / RSVP >>
starts at the northwest side of the Fremont Bridge
ends at KEXP
Rally starts at 8:00 a.m. at KEXP Join us for our annual "Ride & Rally" on Bike to Work Day, Friday May 16. We'll start on the northwest side of the Fremont Bridge then ride south on Dexter to KEXP where we'll rally for bicycling with several VIP guests.
starts at Roanoke Park (950 E Roanoke St, Seattle WA 98102), 4:30 p.m.
(a pre-ride starts at Cal Anderson Park Fountain, 4:00 p.m.)
ends at Cafe Racer (5828 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle WA 98105)
Learn about the west-end designs of the SR520 Bridge Replacement Project, including a proposed bike/ped bridge across Portage Bay along SR520 and new connections across SR520 in Montlake), proposed neighborhood greenways from the Central District through Montlake, Sound Transit's Husky Stadium Light Rail Station, improvements to the Burke-Gilman Trail, the new NE 40th Street protected bike lane, and the 12th Avenue NE Greenway to be built this year. Co-led by the Cascade Bicycle Club, Central Seattle Greenways, Madison Park Greenways, Montlake Greenways, and U District Greenways.
starts at McGraw Square (Westlake Ave N & Stewart St, Seattle WA 98101)
(riders can meet up at the South Lake Union Park)
ends at the Ballard Street Bike Party (22nd Ave NW & Ballard Ave NW)
Show your support for the future Westlake Protected Bike Lane by riding with hundreds of fellow bicyclists as we head to the party to end Bike Month -- the Ballard Street Bike Party. In addition to riding through Westlake, we'll also explore routes for future protected bike lanes on 7th and 9th Avenues in downtown and South Lake Union, the Burke-Gilman Trail, and the temporary improvements on NW 45th Street to the Missing Link. Led by the Cascade Bicycle Club and Connect Seattle.