212th, by Safeway, Albertson and Great American Casino.
I been on the Bike Forums for awhile now, but was too lazy to log in here. I live in Federal Way. I ride about 50-60 miles a week with my 2 years old son in tow. I ride because I love food too much and don't want to go on a diet. Love vintage and steel.:thumb:
Redmond Washington Bicycle Capital of the Northwest. Bike trails everywhere and races every Friday night at Marymoor park. Ride on the Sammamish Trail to Seattle. great ride
My company, Grimes Getaways Bicycle Tours, is leading rides in Washington, Montana and California. If you are interested in joining us please check out the website: www.GrimesGetaways.com
From Seattle Wa, I'm a "Raw Rider" I just like to go, I don't wear bike gear, I am no poser, I love the wind in my face and the fire in my feet, I like the sweat in my face and the drum in my heart. I ride not because it makes me cool, but because I have to, I am driven and I don't care if the world ever sees me, my bike time is my time!
Just joined this forum today. I live in Seattle (Phinney) and am looking into getting a bike and riding every chance I get!
I'm at this second the greenest n00b and I wanted to say hey here just before I leave as it's 89º F here 4:10PM and not a hill for 10 miles :^)
Someone please--pull up behind and dog me!!!
Hey new to the site and experience. Hailing from Eugene
Me: Seattle, WA. The Eastlake neighborhood (i.e. just north ov Capitol Hill).
Another Seattle resident here. I'm stepping up how seriously I take cycling this summer, if you're a beginner (or two) and looking for someone to ride with, practice your paceline with, or just feel good about beating up a hill look me up.
Dan here from Meridian, Idaho
Welcome to Bellingham...Now Get on Your Bike :-)
I'm commuting about 50mi/week. I've got two bikes: a Trek 820 with road tires; a Trek 3900 with saddle bags and I tow the trailer or tag-a-long with.
Greetings from Federal way, Wa. I just started riding bicycles again recently to get in shape and quit smoking, so far so good:thumb:
As of today, I just logged over a 100 miles, woohoo!
Anacortes, "Gateway to the San Juans"! My son and I take delivery this Saturday of our matching Catrike Pockets; ready and anxious to get under way and re-discover this great PNW from very low to the ground...
saying hi from Federal Way. Not many bent riders in FW. You may have seen me around the BP trails as I ride there quite often.
Living in Gladstone, OR, roughly 10 miles south of Portland.
Corvallis, Oregon here.
Saw at least one other resident. This town is the bike-friendliest I have ever been in. So many ridiculous rides so close in.
NE Portland, OR! But that could change depending on where I go to school.
Well, this seems like as good a time as any to introduce myself. My girlfriend and I are hitting the road to Seattle next Monday, Aug. 10th, and should be arriving in your fair city by the 14th. We're going to live with relatives on Bainbridge for the short (hopefully really short) term, but will be living in the city proper once we're able to actually check out some apartments in person.
I enjoy commuting as much as possible on my Long Haul Trucker, going on 30-60 mile road rides w/ the occasional 80+ miler thrown in, and I love racing cross on my Raleigh Rx1. I raced my first season in the MABRA series in Maryland, DC, and VA last year. I'm really, really looking forward to the Seattle CX and MFG series, though I can't for the life of me figure out if there are pre-registrations for either series.
I do not, in fact, ride a Centurion, contrary to what my screenname might indicate. I sold it in preparation for the move. Three bikes are easier to move than four.
I hope to meet some of the Seattle folks on here and go riding.
I'm from Eagle, Idaho. I'm new to this message board and to road cycling. I started commuting to work to get in shape for my elk hunt this year and I have been bitten bad! I love this sport! I am logging approx 125/week in my commute.
Greeting from the east side of Wa St!
Manson Wa (lake chelan area).
I live in Sequim Washington which is 17 miles east of Port Angeles. Biking is a new activity for me and so I am learning as much as possible especially on how not to screw my body up while trying to improve my health.
Greenlake neighborhood in NE Seattle. bike commuter.