|April 28 -May 4
||Team Captain Packet Pick-ups for the Group Health Commute Challenge.
|Mon May 1- Weds May 31
||Group Health Commute Challenge:
Just ride five times May 1-31 to join the program; prizes galore; register online today!
|Tuesday May 2, 7-9am
||Vulcan Bike to Work Breakfast @ Grand Hyatt Seattle:
Join featured speakers King County Executive Ron Sims, Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels, Group Health Cooperative CEO Scott Armstrong, and many top companies at this premiere event.
|Fri May 12, 5-8pm
||Captain's Bash @ Cascade Bicycle Club:
When you sign up as a captain for this year's Group Health Commute Challenge you not only get lots of workplace respect, but also extra perks and recognition by Cascade Bicycle Club:
Join us at the Cascade offices for a nice, informal bike commuter social night with complimentary snacks, beer and wine. Registered captains can bring one guest to the party. We will have an onsite raffle for prizes and a chance to share your stats with your fellow Challenge leaders!
*NEW* Check out the computrainer! Every half-hour free 10 minute tryouts. Do you have what it takes? Come let a computer tell you!
|Fri May 19, 7:30-8:30am
||Starbucks Bike To Work Day Rally @ Fremont Bridge Mega Station, 318 Nickerson Street.
Join us at the Fremont Bridge commuter station for our annual celebration rally and ride. This year's program starts at 8 a.m. sharp and includes a keynote address from State Senator Jeanne Kohl-Weller representing the 36th District (Fremont, Ballard, Queen Anne, Phinney Ridge). Senator Kohl-Weller was very helpful in securing millions in new funding for bike projects in 2005. Also speaking will be Jill Talcott from Starbucks Coffee Company and Cascade Bicycle Club Advocacy Director Dave Hiller. Following the short program, there will be a self-guided mass ride up Dexter to downtown.
|Fri May 19, 6-9am
||Starbucks Bike To Work Day:
37 commuter stations are open; let's break last year's 10,000 rider mark.
|Fri May 19, 7-9:30pm
||BTW Day Movie Marathon @ Keystone Church, 5019 Keystone Place N., Wallingford, Seattle:
Celebrate Bike To Work Day with two fun documentaries about bicycling: “Easy Rollin' ” (17 min, Hadas Levy and Marianne Bos, 2004) and “Return of the Scorcher” (28 min, Ted White, 1992). This event is free, but donations are kindly accepted. Followed by a facilitated discussion. For more information, email Rick Turner at email@example.com.
|Thurs May 25, 4-7pm
Join all the fun at our annual UW Bike bash featuring special guests "Lady A and the Baby Blues Funk Band" plus Starbucks coffee and fun contests.