Lynden WA, approximately 105 miles north of Seattle
Mountlake Terrace, Washington just north of the King County, Snohomish County boundary line.
Idaho Falls, ID
Edmonds, WA. Do mostly commuting to Seattle a couple times a week.
2007 Cannondale T2000
2003 K2 Mod5
going to get a Caad9-6
Birch Bay WA, 5 miles south of Canada.
Mostly commuting on my good ol' 2001 kona cindercone. Only 3ish miles each way. And some weekend rides. Looking forward to getting a proper road bike when the time and funds will allow.
Seattle, WA Queen Anne neighborhood, hills and rain, nothing but hills and rain.
I'm 40y.o. and new to bike commuting. I'm pulling a child trailer most days, dropping the kid at daycare, going to work, picking him up at the end of the day. Pulling a weighted trailer up the hills sure is a good aerobic workout. Looking for tips of cold weather riding, lights, and other added bits of functionality making things easier.
Chumford..Sounds like you dived into the bike thing head first! My advice?
Wool and tons of lights to keep you and your kiddlin' safe. Don't forget lights for side visibility. I like the Knog products for side visibility. Also the LED lights that go on valve caps are great. Maybe some down low glow?
Best advise I got when I started commuting was "Be seen not scene!" (As in accident scene).
Hi all. I live in University Place, WA. For those not from the area, it is adjacent to the SW boundary of Tacoma. It is home of the 2015 U.S. Open golf tournament, for which I am planning to be out of town.
It is hilly and beautiful here, with lots of great riding when the weather permits (and sometimes even when it doesn't.)
Im new to the site. I just started getting into riding the last year. I just got a new frame that im going to start building up, I can't wait for it to be done. Ive got a 2008 trek 7.2 but it does not keep up with my buddies from work that i ride with.
I live and vancouver, WA and ride to work when ever i can in portland just by the airport.
North Bend, WA. Can be found commuting to that little software company in Redmond ~3+ times a week year around, and all over the local valleys, Juanita area, Bothell, Woodinville, Carnation, Ames Lake, Tolt, up to the Summit... Come nicer weather, I'm on the road bike or Tri bike, these days the Cross bike kitted up for yucky dark weather commutes!
Hey hey. Native of Kirkland, WA, but I've been in Bellingham, WA for the past 5 years. Some rockin trails around here
Selma, Oregon (about 25 miles south of Grants Pass). Looking for recommendations for riding trails.
I live in Shoreline WA, I commute about 300miles per week.
Hey all I am currently a Senior at Oregon State University. I am originally from Sublimity Oregon which is just 15 minutes east of Salem on hwy 22. I am currently building a 1970's Nishiki into a SS/FG. I do plan on getting an older geared bike as well to fix up and take on some longer rides! Although we had a rough day yesterday....GO BEAVS!!!
Beaverton, Oregon here... but I'm the Super-Moderator of BikePortland's forums.
No, car, so I ride everywhere... Beaverton, Tigard, Sherwood, Tualatin, Portland, Hillsdale, Vancouver, Gresham, Oregon City, etc.
transplant from x>sf>seattle's catfish corner in gentrified central district (aka madrona)
WANTED1996ish khs aero track frame.
SE Portland. Just a crazy old lady getting back into cycling after thirty years of turning into flab.
Commuting to tigard on Barbur, and up by PCC Sylvania.