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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 will roll-out the Year of the Bike on Feb. 12 with a free screening of the bicycle documentary AfterMass: Bicycling in a Post-Critical Mass
January 1, 2015 at 4:00 pm
Bike to Pacific Brewing and Malting Co. during the month of January and receive $1 off your first pint! (Limit one discount/day)
Biking customers will also be entered to win a Pacific Brewing and Malting Co. t-shirt at the end of the month.
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February 1, 2015 at 6:00 am
Bike to Hop Coffee during the month of February and receive $0.50 off your beverage order. Start the day off right at your new neighborhood coffee shop located inside the Harmon Tap Room! Featuring Harmon ale infused syrups and flavors revolutionizing everything you know about coffee.
February 1, 2015 at 10:00 am
Looking for a fun alternative to watching the Super BowL? Join VeloFemmes member Carla on the Orting Trail! The start will be at the East Puyallup Trailhead, across from Van Lierop Blub Farm, near the intersection of Pioneer and E. 80th. If you ride the entire trail it will be 30 miles. SecondRead more
February 12, 2015 at 6:30 pm
Downtown On the Go will kick-off the Year of the Bike with a free screening of AfterMass: Bicycling in a Post-Critical Mass Portland, a documentary by by Joe Biel, Jeff Hayes, Alice Isley and Rev Phil Sano.
The world looks to Portland, Oregon as an example of how bicycle culture can blossom out of