Breakfast Bike Styles--and Smiles
Breakfast bike style
  • The variety of bicycles and bike styles at Cascade's Bike Everywhere Breakfast was amazing to behold.
  • Scroll down to see photos of the heroes who pedaled to the event--and left with a smile.

The bike corral

If Cascade's Bike Everywhere Breakfast was the Oscars, the bike corral would be the red carpet. 

Instead of limos there were bikes of every style: electric, cargo, commuter, folding, carbon fiber, recumbent, steel, titanium and aluminum. There were handmade frames and fancy road bikes, garage sale specials, and refurbished clunkers.

Instead of tuxedos and gowns, people dressed in colorful cycling kits and hi-viz commuter-wear, jeans and street clothes, rain jackets and business casual, T-shirts and shorts.

All left with a smile because, as Executive Director Lee Lambert told the audience: "bicycles are magic." And all people on bikes are beautiful.

Smiles and a Ridley

The event's bicycling MC

Allison Handy of Perkins Coie

Riding a Gary Fisher with a smile

Rapha style

A vintage Panasonic Villager

Recumbent trike

Sam Zimbabwe shows some bike style

Former SDOT director Sam Zimbabwe rode his Faraday electric bike.

Casey Gifford

Cascade Board Co-Chair Casey Gifford told the audience about her experience being hit by a car, and how "bike infrastructure matters."

Brice Maryman and his Novarra

Board Member Brice Maryman rolled in boots and jeans.

Council Member Mosqueda came on a Lime bike

Seattle City Council Member Teresa Mosqueda arrived and departed on a Lime share bike.

Kae Lin Wang of ABC and Bike Works

Asian Bike Club founder Kae-Lin Wang, above left, was among the many Bike Works staff members who attended--including Aaron Yoon below. Go Sonics.

Supersonic Aaron

Blix e-bike

Looking good

Vanisha Austin and friend

Surly with a Smile

Specialized commuter

Soma with a smile

Rolling the curb

REI Coop and a smile

Rich and his Birdy foldable

Rad Power and a smile

High Five!

Riding a Jamis Renegade with a smile


Svelte and riding a Felt

Purple for the people

Rad Power rolling

Watch our video, Bicycles Bridge Communities, featuring Mosqueda, Ezell's Famous Chicken CEO Lewis Rudd, Let's Go educators and supporters, and Pedaling Relief Project volunteers.  

Bye for now, and see you next year!

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