I don’t know about you, but I am buzzing off all the positive energy surround Bike Month. There is much to be excited about: free bus rides this week, rallies, rides and contests, and F5 Bike to Work Day on Friday.
To add to the festive mood Cascade is hosting a series of Energizer Stations during the month of May to support all the new and returning bicycle commuters.
What is an Energizer Station?
An Energizer Station is a pop-up station with treats, bike pumps, maps and more to help everyone commute by bike. The stations are staffed by our expert Bicycle Ambassadors who can help with most any bicycle question you can think of. The Ambassadors will be out there rain or shine to help get you started.
Where can you get energized?
Cascade Bicycle Ambassadors will go to a different location for each station so we can reach as many different bicycle commuters as possible. We have already been to South Lake Union and Beacon Hill which were wildly successful. One story that stuck in my head was told to me by a man who rides his bike to work everyday. His co-workers at his downtown office complain about parking and he just smiles and tells them it is never a problem for him because he rides everyday.
- May 16: Ballard
- May 17: SeaTac
- May 23: Bryant
- May 24: Renton
- May 30: Lake Sammamish
- May 31: West Seattle
Want an Energizer Station in your neighborhood this summer? Contact me!
Tell us, dear readers, how do you get energized for your bicycle commute?