Looking for an excuse to make your way to Seward Park for one of the few remaining Bicycle Sundays of the season? Join us for Restore Our Waters Cascade Spawning Cycle this weekend!
We’re no longer offering the longer loop rides of years past, but we have teamed up with Green Seattle Partnership, Friends of Madrona Woods, and Seattle Public Utilities’ Restore our Waters Program to offer a fun, FREE, family-friendly ride that will run in conjunction with Bicycle Sundays.
There will be several self-guided routes of between two and 12 miles, suitable for riders of all ages and abilities (especially the littlest ones). No registration is required – just show up at Seward Park at 10 a.m., give Bert the Salmon a high-five and grab your map at the Cascade booth.
If you choose, you can test your knowledge of our city’s iconic salmon with our “Salmon Smarts” game. Your map is your game card; visit stops along the route and answer questions for a chance to win fun prizes.
The event runs from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m., and Lake Washington Boulevard will be closed to vehicle traffic between Mt. Baker Park and Seward Park from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. If you need a helmet, we’ll be selling them at Seward Park for $10 each between 1 and 4 p.m.
Choosing a bicycle over a car is a great way to reduce the pollutants that enter our local waterways and keep Seattle’s salmon healthy. Come ride with us, and learn how you can help! Bert and his friends will thank you.