Wednesday, January 20
- Swift Industries’ Stoked Spoke Adventure Series, Episode 2, 6:30pm
With a $5 cover at Seattle’s Rhino Room, see four to six presentations about self-supported bike camping routes complete with maps, photos and planning tips, and then talk with presenters afterwards.
- Seattle Bike Polo “New Player Day,” 6-8pm
Every Wednesday at the Cal Anderson Park courts, Seattle Bike Polo holds an open court for anyone to tryout bike polo for the first time.
Thursday, January 21
- BTA’s Women Bike Happy Hour, 5-6:30pm
At Portland’s White Owl Social Club, join the Bicycle Transportation Alliance for their monthly Women Bike Happy Hour. Official happy hour runs until 6pm and includes $1 off draft beers & well cocktails and specials on select foods. More details available by joining the BTA’s Women Bike Facebook group.
- Women’s Night at Metier, 5:30pm
At Metier Racing & Coffee, meet female industry leaders during an evening of conversation, information, wine, and cycling and check out the Spring 2016 women’s lines from Sportful and Castelli and the latest technology from SRAM. Metier’s coaching staff will also have an information session.
- Point 83 Weekly Ride, 7:00pm
Meet at Westlake Park. Ride leaves at 7:30pm to undisclosed location. Party.
Saturday, January 23
- Plant by Bike, 9am-12pm
Join Portland’s Friends of Trees at the Sunnyside Centenary United Methodist Church to volunteer as a tree planter by bike. Hot coffee, breakfast treats and potluck lunch provided, as well as gloves and tools. Dress for the weather & activity and wear sturdy shoes. Bike trailers and cargo bikes helpful.
- Ravenna III – DIY Cyclocross Race, 4pm
Race in an unsanctioned cyclocross race in Seattle’s Ravenna Park.
- Film: “A Sunday in Hell,” 5pm
At Portland’s Bike Farm, watch “A Sunday in Hell, a documentary and dramatic narration of the 1975 Paris-Roubaix race, possibly the most demanding of Europe’s classic races.
Sunday, January 24
- Zoobomb, 8:30pm
Meet at Portland’s Zoobomb Pyle at SW 13th Ave & W Burnside, take Trimet Max to the Washington Zoo, zoobomb down the hill on your own mini bike.