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Tuesday
Jun122012

« Kidical Mass to Wallingford Greenway Partay! »

Seattle's first of the new Neighborhood Greenways (the low-stress, traffic-calmed, people-friendly streets formerly known as Bicycle Boulevards) is opening this weekend, with a big neighborhood car free Wallingford Greenway Party, ribbon cutting, bicycle blender, and the Return of the Gelato Bike!

Madi of FamilyRide is leading this Kidical Mass from Green Lake to the Greenway Party this Saturday, June 16th. Depart NE Green Lake, on the grass around the playground at the Green Lake Community Center, and we'll follow this route.

Meet at 4pm, ride at 4:15pm, arrive for Ribbon Cutting, Kid Parade, road chalk, hot dogs, bike blenders, and GELATO from D'Ambrosio Gelato in Ballard and Cap Hill! Marco and Enzo, the family gelato team, make the bestest, most authenticest, and most generousest gelato in town.

Come one come all! These Greenways are the future of low-stress family biking in Seattle, so this is a big deal. And our family loves a street party ...

And join us afterwards for an all night bike scavenger hunt, the 9 to 5. CarFreeDays has the scoop ...

Gelato Bike in Action

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Reader Comments (2)

I told my son "You know the safe streets that Mommy's working on? Well, the city built one in Wallingford and they're having a street party to celebrate. There'll be an ice cream bike!"

He said "And then we can build another one and another one until we're building them forever! And then we can have ice cream all the time!"

June 13, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterantijen

I love how you slip the 9-5 into the end of the post...looking forward to it! Rest up the next couple of nights!

June 14, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAnne

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