Bike Classes, Surveys, A Summit, And Open Houses!

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Choose Your Way Bellevue Bike Class Presentations
Join us for one or both of a two-part series of classroom presentations in Bellevue. The bike classes will be taught by a seasoned Cascade Bicycle Club instructor. Great for beginners or as a refresher course for the more experienced!

Wednesday, October 10 - Intro to Commuting
12pm – 1pm – light snacks will be provided
This class covers the basics of biking for commuting and utility trips and will answer any questions you might have getting starting.
Topics include:
  • Selecting a bicycle and making basic fit adjustments
  • Riding safely and comfortably
  • Planning your bike route
  • Clothing, helmets, and gear

Wednesday, October 24 - Maintenance For Every Rider

12pm – 1pm – light snacks will be provided
This demonstration-only class is an overview of the basics of bike maintenance. In this class you will learn about braking and shifting systems and how to perform routine maintenance on those systems.
Topics include: 
  • Inspecting and inflating tires
  • Making minor adjustments to brakes and shifting
  • Cleaning and lubing your chain
  • Cleaning and inspecting your brake pads

Presentation Location:
Bellevue Downtown Association - 5th Floor Conference Room
Washington Federal Building
400 108th Ave NE
5th Floor Conference Room
Bellevue, WA 98004
No registration required! Questions? Email  
The City of Bellevue wants to hear from you!
The 108th Avenue Demonstration Bikeway opened on July 31, 2018, providing the first continuous bicycle facility through downtown Bellevue. Now the City of Bellevue wants to hear what you think. If you bike, walk, bus, or drive along 108th Avenue NE in downtown, please take a few minutes to respond to an online questionnaire at The survey is available until Nov. 1, 2018.
Your response will help the city transportation staff know what you think works, what doesn’t, and how the design can be improved to better serve all users. More information is available on the project webpage. Thank you for sharing your thoughts about the demonstration bikeway.
Take The Survey!
Want to improve regional trails? Take this survey and make your voice heard!
King County Parks wants to hear your ideas about ways to improve regional trails. Regional trails are those wide, paved trails or hard gravel paths with gentle grades, such as the Burke-Gilman, Sammamish River, Interurban, Green River and Cedar River Trails. If you complete the survey, you will be entered into a drawing for the chance to win a two night stay in a yurt at Tolt-MacDonald Park! Make sure to take the survey before October 5th!
Eastside Rail Corridor - Wilburton Segment Open House - October 9
Come view the latest conceptual design plans for the Wilburton segment of the Eastside Rail Corridor on Tuesday, October 9 at Bellevue City Hall. King County will be gathering feedback about this section of the trail, which runs from I-90 north through Bellevue to 108th Avenue NE near Kirkland.

Wilburton Segment Open House
Tuesday, Oct. 9
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Bellevue City Hall
450 110th Avenue NE, Bellevue, WA 98004

?Can't attend the meeting? King County will have an online open house from Oct. 9 to Oct. 23, where you can view the plans and provide input! 
Regional Trails are Good Business - Regional Trails Summit
King County Parks is hosting the Regional Trails Summit in King County, coming up on October 18, 2018. The summit will explore the value that an interconnected regional trails network for all ages and abilities provides to our communities and the role it plays in promoting economic, human, and environmental health and vitality.
Register For Free!