It’s that time of year again. When the girls come out to rip up the streets of Seattle in Menstrual Monday’s “Girls of Summer” all female alleycat race.
This no rules race around the Emerald city is open to women of all ages and skill levels whether this is your first alleycat race or your 40th.
The race features a bunch of fun checkpoints and great prizes from Seattle-area companies such as Raleigh, Recycled Cycles, and Detours.
Sat. June, 13. $5 registration 2PM. Racing starts at 3PM.
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Back for the 8th year running the Resurrection Alleycat is this Saturday April 4th. Registration starts at 2:30pm @ Cal Anderson Park. Race starts at 3pm sharp (don’t be late!) Finish and after party at Gaswork Park. Come to ride, come to race, roll the dice and with a little luck this may be your year to be champion…
Tonight (Friday August 22nd) at 5:00 p.m. New Mystics and Back Alley Bike Repair commemorate the closing of the Nord Alley kinetic sculpture exhibit “Natural Movement” with a social hour, sunset group ride, alley cat race, BBQ, and hyphy dance party featuring new songs by WIZDUMB.
If you haven’t seen the Natural Movement exhibit this is your last chance and you wont want to miss it. The evening is going to be a blast and help to raise money to send off local bike polo champions “The Guardians” to the world championships in Paris France this fall.
Hey ladies, this Saturday June 14th Menstrual Monday is hosting the fourth annual all-girl alleycat race Girls of Summer 2014. The sponsor list is a mile long and the grand prize is a complete Raleigh Capri 2.0. So whether you are riding for fun or to win you are sure to have a blast and end up with something from the prize table.
Registration starts at 2pm at Jose Rizal Park, race starts at 3pm.
More info & RSVP HERE.
Come out this Saturday May 10th for The Pollinator Alley Cat Race. This is the 2nd annual race hosted by Bombus Bikes as part of the Seattle leg of the Mobroll Tour.
Registration starts at 4pm, Race at 5pm sharp. $10 to race, which also gets you into the after-party for free! Its going to be a blast so don’t miss it!
“Imagine biking with your friends to all the dope Puget Sound seaside cities and going to shows, alleycat races, seeing art, watching films, doing workshops, camping out, and going on critical mass rides. Now stop imagining and do it.” – Thomas Kolb
MOBROLL 2014 is coming to your town! Grab your bike and ride along. Starting May 1st in Bellingham and ending May 18th in Olympia. Riders can ride the whole tour, a few days, or just join for the afternoon. However long you can ride along one thing is for certain, you are going to have a blast on two wheels!
May 1st-4th Bellingham
May 4th Anacortes
May 5th Whidbey Island
May 6th Port Townsend
May 7th Kingston
May 8th Bainbridge Island
May 9-11th Seattle
May 12-13th Bremerton & Port Orchard
May 14th Gig Harbor
May 15-16th Tacoma
May 17-18th Olympia
Full list of events, dates, cities and RSVP HERE.
This Saturday, April 5th, 327 Words presents the 57 Varieties Time Trial, an alleycat-style bike race around a variety of spots in Seattle with checkpoints and performance detraction options at time-honored destinations and way-stations.
Begins at 2020 Cycle @ 21st & Union in Seattle, WA on Saturday, April 5, 2014 at 3:27pm sharp, signups commencing around 2:30 or so.
Get all the info and check out the impressive list of sponsors HERE.
We are super stoked that Back Ally Bike Repair is turning two years old! Ben is throwing a like shin-dig. Check out the Birfday Bike-athalon and Pedal Party on Saturday, then hit up the Bike Expo on Sunday, hungover. Sounds like a recipe for a rad Seattle bike weekend to me.
The Cycle Messenger World Championships are being hosted by Mexico City in 2014, May 28 – June 5. The alleycat takes place on May 30, it looks like its going to be epic.