Get On Your Bike: Tour de Broadway!


  • Advance online registration is required.
  • Attendance at the pre-ride safety briefing is required in order to ride with the group.
  • Ride capacity may be limited.  Exact size is set by the ride leader, and displayed below.
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  • All participants must follow Wash. state guidance on masking, distancing and vaccination for indoor and outdoor activities.
  • Some rides stop at indoor venues. All riders should have face coverings available in case a business or public transit requires their use. Venues might require proof of vaccination or recent negative test result.
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Date and Time: 
Sunday, August 28, 2016 - 2:00pm
Start Location: 
The Seattle Asian Art Museum
1400 East Prospect St
Seattle, WA 98112
Contact Information: 
Morgan Michel
5.00 miles
Weather Cancellation: 
Bicycling Basics / Getting Started
Family / Kids
Ride Description: 

Welcome to Get on Your Bike, Seattle-style! Whether you are new, returning, or just open to learning, this is the time to get on your bike! Join us on short rides around Capitol Hill, Downtown and the Central District, with stops for coffee shops, photo-ops, high fives, and free snacks (that’s right!).

Our rides will vary from 3 to 10 miles in length, and will be as flat as we can make them! All skill levels welcome! We will stay together, and the slowest rider sets the pace. It’s also fine to get off and walk a bit if you need to. Please join us if you appreciate a slow, social ride with educational aspects.

This week we will be riding down Broadway, checking out the bike infrastructure and interesting sights and sounds of Capitol Hill. We will ride back up to Volunteer Park on low traffic streets, stopping at the Japanese American Remembrance Garden and maybe a coffeehouse along the way! Please check back here for route details and updates in the comments section below 2-3 days before the ride.

Ride leader: I am a born-and-raised Seattleite with a passion for bike exploration and education. Each week I will focus on safe riding skills, group riding communication skills, urban cycling techniques, how to make riding Seattle terrain (read: hills) more comfortable and fun, finding and celebrating bike infrastructure, and basic mechanical tips.

What to bring: Helmets are required! Bring a full water bottle, empty bladder, light snack, ID, money for food or coffee, a bike lock for stops, etc.

What to expect: Expect to spend 15 minutes at the start of each ride signing the ride waiver and doing a bike and helmet check, a safety briefing, and a route overview. Please arrive early if you plan to fill your water bottle or use the restrooms at the start.

Weather: If the weather looks dire, the ride will be cancelled 2 hours before the ride. Ride cancellation will be posted in the comments section below at least 2 hours before the ride. If weather is bad at the ride start, ride leader will make a cancellation decision then.

Parking: There is free parking in Volunteer Park. Riders are also encouraged to ride their bikes or take transit to the ride start! The Capitol Hill Light Rail station is about a mile from Volunteer Park, and the #10 bus stops at the Light Rail station and runs from Downtown to Volunteer Park, while the #49 runs from University District to Downtown, stopping two blocks west of Volunteer Park on 10th Ave E and Galer/Prospect.


Hello there! Join us for a weekend ride down Broadway Ave's separated bike lanes, and back up the 12th Ave bike lane. We will check out the Japanese Remembrance Garden on Seattle University's campus, and a quick coffee stop before heading back to Volunteer Park through Cal Anderson Park and some Cap Hill "back roads".

Remember to bring $ for coffee/tea, a bike lock, water, etc. Route is here, may change slightly at ride leader discretion :) -

Hello all! Thank you for riding with me yesterday! See our route in the previous, and hope to see you out on the streets again soon!

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The Seattle Asian Art Museum
1400 East Prospect St
Seattle, WA 98112
Ride Leader(s)