As fall rolls along, I feel an obligation to go out for a bicycle ride on every sunny day because I’m afraid it might be the last time I’ll see my shadow until next summer.
I wasn’t disappointed on Sunday as I joined more than a thousand other Seattle-area cyclists for a ferry ride to Kingston for the 19th annual Kitsap Color Classic presented by Cascade Bicycle Club.
This is the club’s last big ride of the year, and on Sunday the scene at the ferry dock in Edmonds resembled the club’s first ride of the year — the Chilly Hilly. The only difference was that the sun shone brilliantly …
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Bicycle Sunday, Seattle’s version of ciclovia, returns again for 12 Sundays this summer from May through September.
The 2 1/2-mile course on Lake Washington Boulevard between Seward Park and Mount Baker Beach will be closed to motor vehicle traffic from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on those days.
That makes the shoreline stretch a magnet for everyone from families on bikes to road cyclists completing a loop around Lake Washington.
The number of dates offered — 12 — are fewer …
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