Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you may have missed the fact that May is Bicycle Month in Seattle and tomorrow is the big Bike To Work Day, sponsored by F5. Not only will folks around Wedgwood be biking to work, but thanks to the super-human efforts of those behind Walk.Bike. Schools!, hundreds of kids will be biking to school and may be lucky enough to run into the Bike Fairy!
One of the perks of the annual Bike to Work day is there will be stations set up across the City offering free swag (I think that’s Latin for “stuff”), advice, tune ups, encouragement, and other important motivation.
In Wedgwood, the Seattle Audubon (8050 35th Ave. N.E.) will be hosting a Bike to Work station from 6-9AM. Bike maintenance will be provided by Wedgwood’s own Russ Steele, former owner of Wedgwood Cycle. Stop by for coffee, giveaways and prizes for bird-related bikes!
So, if you’re planning on riding your bike tomorrow, stop by the Seattle Audubon, say “Hi” to Russ, get a quick adjustment, and perhaps win a prize or two. See the map below for a complete list of Bike To Work stations across the region!
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