2021 details forthcoming. Check back in January for updates.
Due to COVID-19 this event has officially been canceled. Please see our email to event registrants for details on donating or refunding your registration.
The safety of our riders, volunteers, and staff is our first priority and we have been given enough information to make this decision with confidence that it is the right one for all of our communities and partners.
Canceled – 2020
The Seattle Bike-n-Brews is an urban ride for those who appreciate city riding and quality Pacific Northwest microbrews. Pedal along the Duwamish and Green River Trails from Georgetown to Tukwila, taking in city views along the way, and return to the finish line party for cold brews and food. The 27- or 37-mile route is an easy-going, mostly flat ride using protected trails and city streets.
- Lunch at the finish line festival
- A beer ticket for the mid-point rest stop
- A beer ticket for the finish line.
-- Ride Details
Route: 27 or 37 miles /// Elevation Gain: +337 or +445 ft
Did you know Bike-n-Brews supports our mission to improve lives through bicycling?
Your registration for Seattle Bike-n-Brews raises funds that allow us to make Washington a better place for people riding bikes. Check out some of our programs like Free Group Rides, the Major Taylor Project or our statewide advocacy.
New this year, in lieu of a ride souvenir, we're giving a portion of ride revenue to Duwamish Tribal Services. Duwamish Tribal Services, is a 501[c]3 organization established in 1983 by the Duwamish Tribal Council to promote the social, cultural, and economic survival of the Duwamish Tribe. All our riders have been invited to visit the Duwamish Longhouse from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm to learn about the history and culture of the Duwamish. You can also read about the Tribe's history and current activities here.
The Cascade Bicycle Club would like to acknowledge that we are on the traditional land of the first people of Seattle, the Duwamish People past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the Duwamish Tribe.