B.I.K.E.S. Club of
Snohomish County

Club Announcements


Snohomish County Pathways for Active Transportation Survey Results

Snohomish County presented its Pathways for Active Transportation project to the public and stakeholders through an online open house in a survey from September 27th - October 27th.  An abbreviated version of the survey results was shared at the BIKES Club meeting on January 9th, 2020 where only the bicycling portion was shared.  The complete survey results are shown in the PowerPoint slide show below for Pedestrian, Bicycling and demographic information about survey respondents. 

Pathways for Active Transportation Survey Results

(This information will be removed from this page February 10th, 2020.)

Next BIKES Club Meeting

The 2nd Thursday of each month from September to May are BIKES Club meetings for members. No meetings in the summer or December.

  • The next meeting is Thursday, February 13th, 2020
  • Meetings start at 7 PM at the Snohomish County PUD building, 2320 California St., Everett, WA 98201
  • Optional dinner & pre-meeting socialization 5:30 PM at Papa's Mexican Grill, 1909 Hewitt Ave, just a few doors west from Brooklyn Bros Pizza in Everett

Equipment Donations for a BIKES Club Memorial

The BIKES Club is looking for donations of good bike stuff to be sold at the Seattle Bike Swap on March 22nd.  The BIKES Club is continuing the fundraising effort from last year for a BIKES Club Memorial on the Centennial Trail. If you have bicycle related stuff you are willing to donate please contact Drew Ellison at (425) 239-8700 or idrew@me.com by March 6th to arrange for pickup or drop-off at Drew's house.  

  • Examples of donatable items include:
    • Bike parts including derailleurs, handlebars, brakes, pedals, saddles, shifters, etc.
    • Bike tools including wrenches, pumps, stands, etc.
    • Bike frames.
    • Complete bikes. 
    • Bike clothing like jackets, jerseys, gloves, etc. must be clean.
  • All donated items should be in good to like new condition.
  • All donations are not returnable.
  • Drew need all donations by March 6th to get it all organized, packaged and priced.
  • All donated items will be priced to sell on the day of the Bike Swap.

Proceeds will be used for a future BIKES Club memorial to commemorate members who have passed away. 

League of American Bicyclist Magazine

The BIKES Club is a member of the League of American Bicyclist, a national-wide bicycle oriented organization. The winter 2019 digital edition of American Bicyclist magazine is available for you to read and share with articles including:

  • Laredo Rising
  • Bicycle Friendly States (guess who's number 1!)
  • Equity: the Sixth E
  • Connecting Generations by Bike
  • Viewpoint: Improving Lives and Communities through Building a Bicycle Friendly America
  • Education: Smart Cycling: the Impact of Bike Education
  • Federal Advocacy: Building Coalitions to Get Bipartisan Support for Better Biking
  • National Bike Summit: 2020 Summit Preview
  • Advocacy in Action: Bike Laws in the Works

BIKES Club Member Benefits

Support your local Snohomish County bicycle club. In addition to good karma, benefits for BIKES Club members:

  • Weekly rides for members
  • Ride With GPS club account
  • BOB trailer– borrow this to tow behind your bike
  • Bike box– free loan for safe airline travel
  • Event ride discounts – through North Puget Sound Bike Alliance
  • Club social events – picnic, year-end party and more
  • Support local advocacy

Join BIKES Club today and start getting value from your membership. For information on the overall benefits of bicycling, see this article shared by an Everett High School student. 

Subscribe to Ride Updates

Want to know whenever someone posts a new ride or adds a change to the Ride Updates page?

1. Visit the Ride Updates page.

2. Click on the “Subscribe to Forum” link on the right side of the page across from the "Create Topic" button.

3. You will be prompted to log-in (use the email address where you get club e-mail and your password).

4. Go to the Member Only section / Member Profile page of the website.  

5. Click the “Edit Profile” button and the “Email Subscriptions” link to how often you receive updates. 

6. Set “Ride Updates” to be delivered “immediately.”

7. Click the “Save” button at the bottom.

Now you will get an e-mail sent to you when someone posts a new ride or adds a change to the Ride Updates page.

Club members -- join BIKES' Facebook group.  We've set the page up to share photos, ride reviews, bike or travel discussions, etc. Thanks to Dan Scott for managing our page, and to the many members who contribute interesting posts.



Snohomish County Roads Central Updates

WSDOT Weekly Snohomish County Roads Weekly Update

How do I add to Ride Updates (Changes)?
Login and select Club Rides, Ride Updates.  Then select Create Topic. 

Put the following in the subject for the ride title:
"Day of Week, Month & Day, Start time, Title of Ride".

To Login, enter your email address for the User ID, then your password.  If you don't have a password, select "forgot password" and one will be sent to you and you can change it.

Rides - Go to Rides page for full list

23 Jan 2020 10:00 AM • Log Boom Park, Kenmore
25 Jan 2020 5:00 PM • BIKES Club
28 Jan 2020 10:30 AM • Mill Creek Sports Park, 13903 N. Creek Dr., Mill Creek

Ride Updates - Go to Ride Updates page for full list

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