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Bicycle Sundays 2016

If you’re looking for something a little more active to do with dad this Sunday, don’t forget about Seattle’s Bicycle Sundays!  Read More 
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Kidical Mass

Looking for a fun, safe way to get everyone in your family out on a bike ride? If so, check out Seattle’s Kidical Mass rides!  Read More 
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Poetry on Buses

It’s baack! Seattle’s innovative poetry on buses program has returned. Over the next year, riders will experience new works of poetry from 125 local writers.  Read More 
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Pronto Cycle Share

The time has finally come: a bike share has taken up residence in Seattle. The name of the service? Pronto Cycle Share.  Read More 
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88 Bikes

If you’re looking to make a difference in someone’s life, steer yourself towards the Seattle-based nonprofit, 88Bikes.org. For just $88, folks ensure that a young girl gains a little more freedom and autonomy in the world.  Read More 
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Comet Tours

We just love this new Seattle-Thing-To-Do! Comet Tours offers a unique, fun, informative, stylish, and memorable Seattle tour behind the wheel of a classic American car.  Read More 
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Santa on Demand

Did you hear? Santa, Mrs. Claus and their crew of elves has partnered up with Doubledown Interactive and Uber to cruise the streets of Seattle in a tricked-out SUV! For this week only, folks can ring up Uber, and in addition to regular rides, they can request that Santa make a visit to their office …  Read More 
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Meet Bertha, the Hwy 99 tunneling machine

The Hwy 99 tunnel project is about to begin boring the new tunnel under Downtown Seattle to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct. All of this digging is going to be done by Bertha, the 5-story/7,000 ton boring machine that is just about ready to get started. Before Bertha gets going, the public is invited to …  Read More 
Ballard Bike Party

Ballard Bike Street Party

Come on out and celebrate the end of bike month on May 31st. Join other like-minded folks in Ballard’s Bergen Place Park and enjoy live music, goodies from Clif Bar and Theo Chocolates, a happy hour at BalMar, a bike outfit fashion show, and a whole lot more!  Read More 
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Northwest Railway Museum

We’ve just discovered another reason to hit Snoqualmie – the Northwest Railway Museum. Open seven days a week, folks who make the trip will discover how important trains and the railway system were to the Pacific Northwest.  Read More