Secure bike parking corral offered for the April 22, May 7, May 17, May 27, May 31, June 3, June 24, July 1, August 20, and September 2 home matches at Lumen Field.
Score a goal for health and sustainability by pedaling your bike to Seattle Sounders FC soccer matches.
Thanks to a partnership with the Sounders, Cascade Bicycle Club is providing free and secure bike valet services for 10 home games between April and September. Drop off your bike with Cascade staff members at the bike corral on the northwest corner of Lumen Field and we will hold it for you for an hour after the match. On May 31, Cascade also announced it will be providing free and secure bike parking for both the Sounders FC and OL Reign games during the June 3 double header.
“You’ll arrive at the games happy, refreshed, and ready to cheer for the Sounders, and we will be there to watch your bike so it’s ready for you after the match,” says Cascade Operations Manager Kristen Lee, who is overseeing the bike valet service in partnership with the Sounders.
Cascade offered bike parking at four home games in 2022 with resounding success, and we are offering the service this year for games on April 22; May 7, 17, 27, and 31; June 3 and 24; July 1; Aug. 20; and Sept. 2. Cascade members who have taken advantage of the secure bike corral at previous games say it’s a winner.
“I love it. It’s an essential service and should be offered at every home game,” says Paul Wise. “May the stadium make it a regular feature in the future to promote more car-free transit options.”
Cascade Executive Director Lee Lambert says he hopes to expand bike parking to other major sporting events. “We are grateful to the Sounders for encouraging more people to pedal to games,” he says. "We hope to build on Seattle's world-class sporting event opportunities and make it fun, safe, and easy for people to get some exercise, reduce carbon emissions, and enjoy the ease of bike parking on game days."
The Sounders (1:30 p.m.) and Reign (5 p.m.) take on their Portland rivals in the Timbers and Thorns during Saturday's double header.
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