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Rainier Valley Heritage Parade

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  • Morganverbena
    Hey folks, this is for those of us on the list who are in Seattle. Last minute, I wanted you to know I m hosting a Family Bicyclist contingent in the Rainier
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 20, 2010
      Hey folks, this is for those of us on the list who are in Seattle.

      Last minute, I wanted you to know I'm hosting a Family Bicyclist contingent in the Rainier Valley Heritage Parade...which is tomorrow! So if you want to strut your stuff as a family/cargo rider, let me know, or just show up at the Rainier Valley Chamber of Commerce by 10am (parade goes through Columbia City on Rainier from 11 to noon).

      After the parade, Rainier will remain closed to cars and open to people until 3, and there will be a bunch of family/cargo bikes for people to try out (tandem, trail-a-bike, Big Dummy, Madsen), so if you'd like to be a part of that and let folks try out your bike, that would be wonderful too.

      Have a great weekend!

      Morgan Scherer
      (organizer of Seattle Family Bike Expos)
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      Sent from my Treo(r) smartphone

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Aaron Goss <aaroncgoss@...>
      Date: Friday, Aug 20, 2010 1:09 pm
      Subject: Re: Labor Day Cargo Bike PicNic Ride
      To: Reply- aaron@...: "Alex Kostelnik 20/20 CYCLE" <bd189@...>, Alex Wetmore <alex@...>

      I realized the date and day were not listed.� The ride is Labor Day, Monday, September 6th

      On Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 3:04 PM, Aaron Goss <aaroncgoss@...> wrote:

      If you love bikes and BBQ, this might be just your cup-o-tea!

      Message forwarded from Val Kleitz:
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      Okay folks, the 4th of July was over a month ago, so it must be almost time for the POSSE'S ON BROADWAY CARGO BIKE PICNIC RIDE!! (applause & cheering; the crowd goes wild)� We'll be meeting at 20 20 Cycles (2020 E Union), and taking over Broadway on our way to Cowen/Ravenna Park.� We may even make a stop at Dick's, in honor of Mixalot.� All bikes and riders are welcome, and you know we love the load haulers; roll 'em if you've got 'em!� As usual, we will meet at 12:00, and leave at 1:00.�� Come on out for guaranteed bikey barbecue fun!
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      Please feel free to post this ride elsewhere!

      The 2 Alexes are the sponsors of this ride!
      Here is the community page I host on my website.� It lists all the cargo bike rides for future reference.

      http://www.rideyourbike.com/cargorides.shtml

      Here is last year's ride to give you an idea of what they are like.
      http://www.rideyourbike.com/cargobikeride22.shtml

      If you don't live in Seattle, consider starting your own cargo bike ride locally.
      America needs to decrease our dependence on foreign oil and cargo bike rides are one solution!



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      Sincerely,
      Aaron Goss�
      President & Master Mechanic

      Aaron's Bicycle Repair, Inc.
      6527 California Avenue SW
      Seattle, WA� � �� 98136

      (206) 938-9795�

      RideYourBike.com

      � __o
      _- \_<,
      (*) /' (*)



      --
      Sincerely,
      Aaron Goss�
      President & Master Mechanic

      Aaron's Bicycle Repair, Inc.
      6527 California Avenue SW
      Seattle, WA� � �� 98136

      (206) 938-9795�

      RideYourBike.com

      � __o
      _- \_<,
      (*) /' (*)
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