Braking News: Things that go FUN in the night  🌜 🚲

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Hi  manish ,

Back for the fourth year, the Seattle Night Ride on June 29 is a unique urban event for anyone who enjoys a summer night cruise by bike. The 14-mile route begins in Ballard, loops through South Lake Union and lower Queen Anne, and returns for the after party with a food truck, local craft brews, games and much more.

Register to ride
Calling all night owls! Finish line volunteers are still needed for the Night Ride. Come to Peddler Brewing and help wrap up a fun evening of bikes and lights. Sign up now!
Also in this issue (open in a new web browser to view complete email):
Ride with us
Seattle Night Ride is back
Ride RSVP, get a free bonus
Donate to fight hunger with MTP
Free Group Rides
Advocate for bikes
Join opening celebrations for Eastside Rail Corridor
Learn with us
Bike2Health with Cascade
Odds & ends
Get a membership discount
Author presentation: The Comeback
Apply for a bicycle safety grant
Statewide News
Get 20% off Cascade membership this month

Unlock all the perks of being a Cascade member at a discounted price when you act now! Use coupon code KeepPedaling20 during checkout to receive your 20% discount on all membership levels this June!
Get 20% off now
Ride from Seattle to Vancouver & Party, get a free bonus

If you're thinking about riding RSVP this August 17-18, here's some extra incentive: you'll get FREE entry to Our Cityride and Festival Vancouver event! 

Learn more and sign up to ride
Bike2Health with Cascade Bicycle Club

The cities of Edmonds, Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace are working together to improve access to health and wellness choices within their communities. Join the Cascade team for Bike2Health education and engagement opportunities!
Register for a FREE event
Celebrate more miles of the Eastside Rail Corridor - Official openings this month

Thanks in huge part to YOUR advocacy, Tuesday, June 19 is the official opening of a short but mighty 1-mile segment of the Eastside Rail Corridor trail, which connects Kirkland to Bellevue. Join community leaders and partners – including Cascade – to celebrate the trail, which is a key step towards the vision of a connected trail from Kirkland to Renton by 2020! A second event is planned for the coming weeks in Renton, to celebrate the 4 miles of trail from Gene Coulon Park to Newcastle Beach Park.
Join the opening celebrations
Major Taylor Project to ride Wheels to Meals

The Major Taylor Project will be riding the 13th Annual Wheels to Meals on Saturday, June 30. The annual fundraiser for the Food Connection is for a great cause, so please consider signing up to support the fight against hunger in pierce county. If you can't ride but would still like to donate, click the button to donate directly to MTP’s fundraiser page.
Donate to fight hunger
Author presentation: The Comeback

Join author Daniel de Visé as we celebrate his newest book about the life and comeback of one of America’s greatest cyclists, Greg Lemond. The talk starts at 7 p.m. Monday, June 18 at the Cascade Bicycle Club.  Copies of his book, The Comeback: Greg LeMond, America's True Greatest Cyclist and a Legendary Tour de France will be available for sale courtesy of Third Place Books.
Join us
Interested in bringing bicycle and pedestrian safety education to your school district? Learn more and apply now at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction’s website, and get your kids rolling!
Apply now

Statewide News: Improving bicycling around the state

A sampling of the many efforts across Washington that grow and improve bicycling for all. Submit your hometown’s bike news for possible inclusion to Senior Director of Communications & Marketing Brent Tongco or add your event to our online events calendar, and we'll include it in this roundup.
  • Cle Elum: Mule and Elk & Ride Roslyn are hosting Pedal 'n Pints on June 23
  • Lewis County: Ride the Willapa happens June 23
  • Pullayup: The Food Connection is hosting the 13th Annual Wheels to Meals Bike Ride
  • Seattle: Seattle Parks & Recreation and the Greenways Initiative are hosting Bicycle Sundays on June 17 and June 24
  • Spokane: Summer Parkways happens June 21
  • Toutle: Tour De Blast is June 23

Featured Free Group Rides

View all of our rides and events on our calendar. 

Ride Leader certification class

Wednesday, June 27, 2018 - 6:15 - 8:45 p.m. 

Cascade Bicycling Center
7787 62nd Ave NE, Seattle
Contact: Jane Volta

More information and registration details

Having fun on Cascade's Free Group Rides? Wish there was a ride closer to home or on a favorite route? Become a Cascade Free Group Ride Leader! Learn more online!

Get on Your Bike in Kirkland

Saturday, June 16, 2018 - 11:00 a.m.

17 miles from Chainline Brewery Parking Lot (South End)
Leisurely pace: [10-12 mph] 
Learn more

Bike to the Gig Harbor Farmer's Market

Thursday, June 21, 2018 - 4:00 p.m.

8 miles from St. Nicholas Catholic School - top of the parking lot near playground
Leisurely pace: [10-12 mph]
Learn more

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