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We all bike Tacoma. And Tacoma has a lot to offer when it comes to cycling. This website is meant to be a gathering space for all organizations and people who ride bicycles or would like to learn more about how to get around Tacoma and Pierce County on two (or three) wheels. Whether you live here, are thinking about moving, or are just passing through, you’ll find plenty to do on your bicycle. This is a publicly populated website so if you have a bicycle-related event – ride, advocacy, educational or celebratory – in Tacoma, add it here!
January 1, 2015 at 12:00 am
As the number of cyclists in town has gradually increased, Downtown On the Go is excited to finally announce:
2015 is the Year of the Bike in Tacoma.
We rolled-out the Year of the Bike on Feb. 12 with a free screening of the bicycle documentary AfterMass: Bicycling in a Post-Critical MassRead more
May 1, 2015 at 12:00 am
Have you noticed more and more people taking to the streets of Tacoma and other communities around Pierce County by bike?
Allow us to introduce Bike Month’s first 24/7 event: the Bike Everywhere Challenge! The rules are amazingly simple: BIKE. EVERYWHERE. Ride through the park, to the museum,Read more
May 1, 2015 at 11:00 am
King’s Books is celebrating Bike Month with a bike-themed book display, a 10% discount all month for anyone biking to the bookstore and other events: Bike Month Book Discussion (5/13 @ 7:00), Bike Train (5/27 @ 5:30) and CLAW Bike Helmet Draw (5/27 @7:30)!Read more
May 1, 2015 at 12:00 pm
Destiny City Comics is celebrating Bike Month by offering customers who bike to their store 10% off all purchases during the month of May.
Check out more of their events (including Free Comic Book Day!) on their Facebook page:
May 30, 2015 at 10:30 am
The Tweed Ride harkens back to the earliest days of bicycle culture by inviting riders to don their finest tweed and vintage fashions for a festive ride around Tacoma. This no-drop ride will follow former streetcar routes and brand-new bike boulevards from Point Defiance Pagoda through ProctorRead more