August 18 – September 22
FREE BIKE is the most fun on a bike you can have in Seattle to close out the summer!
FREE BIKE is crowdsourced, DIY celebration of bicycling in Seattle with bike rides and activities organized by you and everyone. All people are encouraged to create their own fun rides, parties and events in celebration of bicycling and post their activities right here to recruit people to join them.


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The Bikery’s WTF Night: Route Planning

September 5 @ 6:00 pm9:00 pm

The September WTF night is going to focus on route planning! We can cover apps, maps, suggestions, and things to avoid.

Feel free to bring in your bike to work on or just come to talk with like-minded lady-identified riders! W
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Come to The Bikery as we create a safer, more welcoming space for all people who identify as women, trans, and femme to work on bicycles in supportive environment.

The shop will be open special hours for you to do maintenance, repair your bike, or just meet other riders. No previous knowledge is necessary, we all learn and teach together!

Bicycle maintenance has traditionally been an overwhelmingly (cis)male-dominated area. It is our goal to help individuals who have been marginalized or intimidated in this setting to be knowledgeable and confident working on their bikes in a welcoming environment.

If you are not women, trans, femme identified, please be an ally by visiting The Bikery during regular hours.

Suggested $5-10 donation for stand time and tool use helps us keep our doors open.

Details

Date:
September 5
Time:
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Website:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1816846638625886/

Organizer

The Bikery
Email:
info@thebikery.org
Website:
http://thebikery.org/

Venue

The Bikery
845 Hiawatha Pl S
Seattle, WA 98144 United States
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Website:
http://thebikery.org/

Activity Guidelines:

  • Fun with a bike: The bike is only a tool to greater happiness. You’re encouraged to host events that aren’t “about the bike” but are cooler because a bike is incidentally involved.
  • Liability: We’re just a calendar for you to advertise your event. You’re responsible for the participants on your own ride/activity. If you want to cover your liability concerns, adapt & use the League of American Bicyclists ride waiver.
  • Plan ahead: Here’s a comic to help you out.

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