West Seattle weekend scene: ‘Mini STP’ bicycle ride

Thanks to Don Brubeck from West Seattle Bike Connections for sharing photos from today’s “Mini-STP” bicycle ride – a family-friendly ride for those who didn’t make it to the Seattle-to-Portland megaride this weekend. Above, they gathered at Hamilton Viewpoint Park, near the Seattle (Street) start in North Admiral; below, the Portland (Street) stop in Gatewood:

Don reports, “About 30 riders made it from SW Seattle St to SW Portland Street in about an hour, and were at West Seattle Summer Fest in another 45 minutes and a nice easy pace.” Once there, a transportation discussion ensued at the GreenLife zone. You can see more photos on the WSBC Facebook page.

2 Replies to "West Seattle weekend scene: 'Mini STP' bicycle ride"

  • nativetoseattle July 14, 2013 (10:06 pm)

    That’s awesome. I think I could do that bike ride. :)

  • alkistu July 15, 2013 (8:14 am)

    Lots of fun in a safe riding environment. Using proposed Greenway routes we were able to ride peacefully and socially without exposure to heavy car traffic volumes.

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