West Seattle weekend scene: Local ‘STP’ bike ride

July 13, 2014 at 8:14 pm | In Transportation, West Seattle news, West Seattle people | 3 Comments

(Photos by Don Brubeck)
While thousands finished the legendary Seattle to Portland (STP) bicycle ride today, dozens of West Seattle riders showed solidarity with their own version. West Seattle Bike Connections president Don Brubeck shares the report:

We had about 30 riders of all ages on the West Seattle STP bike ride today. A beautiful day for a fun ride from SW Seattle Street to SW Portland Street in about an hour, then back to the Junction for West Seattle Summer Fest.

The group included a three-generation family and several “family bikes” or bikes with trail-a-bikes. Ride leader was Stu Hennessey, with help from Al Jackson, Jeff Hallman, and Eric and Michael from Stu’s shop.

See a few more of Don’s photos in the WSB Flickr group pool.

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  1. How awesome – thanks for the support. All 30 mini-STP riders should join in on the big STP next year. It was a lovely 204 mile adventure!

    Comment by Kendra Curry — 9:11 am July 14, 2014 #

  2. Awww big thanks from this STP 204 miler and my 6 riding mates!! Looks like Seatrle had much nicer weather than Portland did on Sunday, Portland had thunder lightning and rain for the finish line!

    Comment by Trickycoolj — 10:41 am July 14, 2014 #

  3. Congratulations on the mega-ride!

    Comment by WSB — 10:48 am July 14, 2014 #

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