Kaiser Permanente Bike Everywhere Breakfast
2021 Virtual Kaiser Permanente
Bike Everywhere Breakfast
Tuesday, May 4, 2021 | 8 - 9 am
Watch the RECORDED Program here
Join hundreds of Washington's community leaders and bicycle advocates for breakfast from your own home!
Donations of any size have a huge impact. Suggested donation is $150. Registration is Free.
Pour a cup of coffee and join hundreds of Washington community leaders, bicycle advocates, and bicycling enthusiasts for a virtual breakfast. Stay in your PJs and support livable, bicycle-friendly communities through Cascade’s advocacy, education, and community programming.
This event will be live streamed on YouTube. A link to join the event will be provided to all registered guests no later than May 1. It will also be linked here.
Can't join us online, but still want to support Cascade? Donate here!
Tamara Schmautz, President of the Board for Cascade Bicycle Club will deliver a compelling update on the support in the community and the state of the organization moving forward.
“Bikes Makes the Difference” Pedaling Relief Project - bikes help fight hunger during this time of food insecurityEastrail and Eastside trails - King County Councilor Claudia Balducci talking about Cascade’s hard work to develop the Eastrail. SDOT Director Sam Zimbabwe talking about Cascade’s work on West Seattle Bridge, Stay Healthy Streets.
Kaiser Permanente - Partner of the Year
Ed Ewing - Doug Walker Award
Gary Fujioka - Volunteer of the Year
The Cascade Bicycle Club is a 501C(3) non-profit organization with a mission of improving lives through bicycling. Through school and community-based programming, Cascade encourages and educates people of all ages and abilities to ride safely.
Cascade's work aims to build livable, bicycle-friendly communities by educating elected officials, promoting bicycle commuting through corporate programs, reviewing transportation plans, and building Safe Routes to Schools.