We have assembled a collection of Washington State and Seattle bicycle resources in order to streamline your planning and riding during your next visit to the Northwest.
For those of you who are learning to ride in the city, we offer some commuting tips
Seattle has an amazing service called Pothole Rangers, this City service tries to get those nasty potholes patched up quick, before you, your bike, or your friends car falls into them. Report those pesky potholes today.
Over 1,000 spots for bike parking that are off-street, dry, and away from prying fingers are found on our map of downtown Seattle Bicycle Parking spots.
To find a city of Seattle bike rack - the city has finally capitalized on the idea to map them all so you can find one close to where you bike. Seattle on-street bike rack map
Here are links to lots of free on-line Cycling Maps across Washington State.
Handy bike racks are found on buses across the state. See specific bus rules here.
The City of Seattle, King County, Sound Transit and the Port of Seattle all are local government agencies who have incorporated art into their construction budgets, and support artists by making their art part of public office and building environments. Some of the tours that are publicly available are: found right here
Downtown Seattle features 64 hotels of all varieties. See our Seattle hotel map
From May to September every year, Seattle blossoms with a harbor full of cruise ships. Here is more information about Seattle Cruise ship arrivals and departures
There are two advocacy groups for bicyclists and pedestrians in Seattle.
Washington Bikes works to set community bicycle standards and improve understanding of bicycle issues city and statewide. Establishing bicycles as a regular part of daily life.
The Cascade Bicycle Club (CBC) is a 12,000 member strong organization dedicated to building a better community through bicycling. The Club participates in local, regional and statewide bicycle and transportation advocacy.
Need a part? Looking for a used or new bike? Check our map of
Seattle Area Bicycle Stores.
If you need a bike for a short hop around the city on one of the city's great bike paths then check out Seattle's bikeshare programs Lime, Ofo and Spin have over 8,000 bikes parked all over the place. Dirt cheap. Just don't try to win any races on one of them
Important city laws for Seattle bicyclists to know about.
Links to all major airlines and rules and charges for shipping your bike.
Check out some of the biggest hills in Seattle for that next training ride. The photos help.
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