Crime

This Is What Happens to Your Bike After It’s Stolen

Last year 1,121 bicycles in Seattle were reported stolen. That’s roughly three purloined bikes a day. But the moment a ride is pinched is only the beginning.

10/01/2014 By Casey Jaywork

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Spaghetti, Utilities, and a Bike Extravaganza

Today's picks for civic nerds.

02/28/2014 By Genie Leslie

Mikes and Bikes

Meet the Shopkeeper: 20/20 Cycle

With roots in the local music scene, Alex Kostelnik operates his Central District bike shop like a record store/live venue.

10/28/2013 By Julia Kernerman

Retail Opening

Coming Soon: Timbuk2

The popular bike bag brand is opening its first local brick-and-mortar downtown this spring.

02/25/2013 By Amanda Zurita

Road Warrior

H&M x Brick Lane Bikes

Fashionable fixie riders rejoice: H&M has teamed up with Brick Lane Bikes to create a sustainable urban cycling men's clothing collection.

02/19/2013 By Amanda Zurita

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Transportation Advocacy Day and Trans Health Care Rights

Today's picks for civic nerds.

02/11/2013 By Katie Vincent

Opinion

Why I Love Bikes, Snowpocalypse 2010 Edition

Another reason bikes are the best way to get around in a city: The snowstorm has had pretty much zero impact on my commute.

11/23/2010 By Dan Bertolet

Opinion

Why I Ride A Bike

No, it's not because I'm trying to save the planet. It's because I'm selfish.

10/15/2010 By Dan Bertolet

News

Beacon BIKES! Hires Alta Planning + Design

Grassroots bike and pedestrian advocacy group Beacon BIKES! hired professional planning consultant Alta Planning + Design, putting their $15,000 Department of Neighborhoods grant to work and their plan in motion.

09/07/2010 By Josh Cohen

News

Queen Anne Community Group Planning Kinnear Park Multi-Use Trail

Lower Queen Anne's Kinnear Park may be getting a brand new multi-use trail thanks to the efforts of a grassroots community organization. The trail would offer bicycles and pedestrians a safe connection between Uptown and Myrtle Edwards park.

09/02/2010 By Josh Cohen

News

Ballard Bridge East Sidewalk Closed for Three Weeks

Bicyclists and pedestrians beware, the Ballard bridge east sidewalk will be closed for the next three weeks (excluding weekends) to allow contractors to clean and paint the handrails.

08/12/2010 By Josh Cohen

Opinion

Car Hater

One reason I hate cars (but not the only one): They kill and maim an insanely high number of innocent people, and are a constant threat to those who are simply trying to exist peacefully on planet Earth.

08/04/2010 By Dan Bertolet

Opinion

On Women and Bicycling: "Sharing the Road With Boys"

A new Portland-based, feminist bike 'zine looks at sexism in bike world (oh those bike shop dudes) and contemplates what to do about it.

07/12/2010 By Josh Cohen

News

SDOT Proposes Maple Leaf Bike Lanes, Parking Removal

BikeNerd's starting to sound like a broken record—in a good way. The city proposes another road diet, this one for Roosevelt Way NE.

07/09/2010 By Josh Cohen

Opinion

Bike Nerd Envy

04/30/2010 By Dan Bertolet

Opinion

Ped/Bike Reality Check

02/09/2010 By Dan Bertolet