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It's about time for another Kidical Mass Seattle ride, and what better time than EARLY on New Year's Day 2013? Those ankle-biters don't give a flying champagne flute how late you were up, they're gonna wake when they wake.

So put some caffeination on your inebriation & sleep deprivation, and come join us for a ride to the newly opened Museum of History & Industry's Family Day event at South Lake Union Park. We've been stoked for MOHAI to open all summer - it was a hidden gem in its old location, and now it's the centerpiece of the new SLU scene.

Meet at the Ballard Library at 9:30am, roll out at 9:45. Join the ride at the Waiting for the Interurban statue in Fremont if you prefer, 10:15ish. Or meet us there! It's an easy ride, flat, lots of trail and Westlake parking lot. Speaking of which, the city is planning to put a proper separated cycle track in said parking lot, which will be de-lovely and long overdue.

And speaking of bike improvements, don't miss the chance to double your donation to Seattle Neighborhood Greenways before year's end, and support a coalition of neighborhood groups that have dramatically shifted our city's emphasis from scary bike lanes for the "fast and furious" towards family-friendly, low-stress routes. 

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Reader Comments (1)

Bike sharing and Car sharing are very essential services for the people. Bike sharing now very popular these days. People are quite happy to get these services quite a lot. More bike in the city means fewer will be the cars. Bike also a good vehicle for public transportation and everyone need to get the initiative of it. Bike parking also very crucial for the bike operators.

September 12, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterPaul Sturling

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