Partner With Us

As a member-based non-profit Cascade represents a diverse range of bicyclists in statewide communities. Cascade’s goal is to support these communities with three main pillars: Advocacy, Community, and Education. These pillars are key aspects of our work to ensure that all Washingtonians have access to safe bicycling infrastructures. When your organization joins us in an organizational partnership, you support all three of these pillars and further Cascade’s mission. We teach the joys of bicycling, advocate for safe places to ride, and produce world-class rides and events. We see this strategy as a way to ensure longstanding and authentic partnerships between the Cascade community and partners.

Title, Presenting, and other affordable sponsorships are available for our programs and bicycle ride events. For more information on partnerships and sponsorships, please contact: Connie Stark, Corporate Partnership Director, Office: (206) 620-1255, connies@cascade.org and Andra Luca, Partnership Coordinator, andral@cascade.org

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Advocacy

Cascade’s policy team advocates for safe and connected bike networks where people who bike, walk, and roll are often sharing the road with heavy vehicle traffic. Cascade is leading the effort by working with city transportation experts and elected officials; partnering with other safe streets groups; organizing neighbors and local advocates and working with large and small businesses. There are many partnerships and sponsor opportunities needing your support!

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Community

Cascade offers hundreds of Free Group Rides 365 days a year! Find a ride that suits your style and location. Cascade's popular Presentation Series features bicycle travelers, top cycling athletes, coaches, and bicycle-related authors. Additionally, Cascade organizes major ride events and offers a seasonal schedule beginning in February through November each year. Check out our calendar of daily rides or our list of upcoming events & event registration schedule.

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Education

Education builds knowledge, skills, confidence, and community. Cascade offers adult and youth safety, learn-to-ride, maintenance, and commute classes for riders of all ages and abilities. School-Based Programs like Let’s Go provides physical education teachers with the resources to implement an in-school bicycle and pedestrian safety program. Our year-round, after-school program, Major Taylor Project, fosters leadership and focuses on creating an inclusive culture of bicycling.

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