If you’re a Seattle-area bicycle rider who’s tired of mixing it up with motorists, you can head down to Bicycle Sundays along Lake Washington Parkway on 10 weekends this summer.
Bicycle Sundays on Lake Washington
The city has chosen 2 weekends each in May, June, July, August, and September when it will close a 3.1-mile …
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You’ll want to check for possible last-minute changes before heading out to watch or participate in bicycling events because of growing concern over COVID-19. Organizers in the US and Italy have just started reacting to the epidemic.
So far, we have limitations at this weekend’s Seattle Bike Show and postponements of Seattle Bike Swap and …
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Seemingly continuous rainfall the past few weeks in the Puget Sound area has led to closures on bicycle trails used for recreation and commuting. Even with an interruption in the rain forecast for this weekend, it will be a while before the flood waters recede and the messes are cleaned up.
Preston Snoqualmie Trail — …
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Automatic bicycle counters on the Spokane Street Bridge below the West Seattle Bridge are showing a spike in bike traffic since the closure of the Highway 99 Viaduct last week.
The rate of bicyclists opting for two wheels to get from West Seattle to downtown has jumped to numbers equal to typical spring and fall …
Permanent link to this article: https://www.bikingbis.com/2019/01/24/commuters-take-to-bikes-to-avoid-seattle-squeeze/
A break in the dreary winter weather in Seattle made for a rare sunny day on Sunday. Local bicycle riders answered the call with a visit to the area’s newest bicycling attraction — the 520 Bike Trail across the WA 520 bridge.
The floating bridge replaced an older structure, dating originally to 1963, that carried …
Permanent link to this article: https://www.bikingbis.com/2018/01/15/bicyclists-flock-to-new-bike-trail-on-wa-520-bridge/
When I first saw the headline, I checked the date to make sure it was March 1 instead of April 1, April Fools Day.
But it appears to be legit. The Seattle Mayor’s Office has announced that Ballard neighborhood business owners and bicycling advocates have reached an agreement on a route for the Burke-Gilman Trail‘s …
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Now that cars and trucks are using the new floating bridge over Lake Washington, opening the multi-use bike path is next on the checklist. Sometime in mid to late May is the target.
WSDOT posted this photo of the “regional shared-use path” on Flickr this weekend. As one viewer commented, in surprise and perhaps disgust, “This …
Permanent link to this article: https://www.bikingbis.com/2016/04/25/new-520-bike-path-scheduled-for-may-opening/
Seattle’s new floating bridge across Lake Washington had its grand opening this weekend, and some 7,000 bicycle riders joined the party in the inaugural Emerald City Bike Ride on Sunday.
The Cascade Bicycle Club presented the bike ride, which also featured a trip through downtown Seattle on the closed-for-the-morning Interstate 5 express lanes. It was …
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There’s going to be a big party for bicyclists and pedestrians on the new Evergreen SR 520 Bridge across Lake Washington all weekend.
Early Saturday, nearly 10,000 people are expected for a fun run and walk onto the State Route 520 bridge starting at Husky Stadium. A ribbon-cutting is planned at 10:30 and Guinness Book …
Permanent link to this article: https://www.bikingbis.com/2016/03/31/didnt-register-for-emerald-city-bike-ride-you-can-still-ride-onto-the-new-floating-bridge-from-the-eastside/
Dozens of commute stations will open from 6 to 9 a.m. Friday in the Puget Sound region to support cyclists pedaling to work for Bike to Work Day.
This is where commuters will find free water bottles, snacks, maps, bike mechanics and more stuff to support and reward them for leaving their cars at home …
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