Wednesday, February 3
- Seattle Bike Polo New Player Day, 6-8pm
Learn how to play bike polo at Seattle Bike Polo’s open court for new players every Wednesday at Seattle’s Cal Anderson Park.
- Classic Bicycle Show, 7:30pm
Join Olympia’s Capital Bicycling Club at their general membership meeting for their Classic Bicycle Show, including members’ 1920-30s track bikes, 1960s-70s racing and sports touring bikes, and English touring bikes.
Thursday, February 4
- Point 83 Weekly Ride, 7pm
Meet at Westlake Park. Ride leaves at 7:30pm to undisclosed location. Party.
Saturday, February 6
- Tactical Urbanism Workshop, 10am
As part of Sustainable Northeast Seattle’s “Hands On! Community Skills Share Fair,” learn how to make your streets safer, from neighborhood grants to DIY tactics.
- Film: “Les Triplettes de Belleville,” 5pm
At Portland’s Bike Farm, watch “Les Triplettes de Belleville.” A French animation tells the story of an aging Mme Souza who heads off with dog Bruno in search of her cycling son who has been kidnapped from the Tour de France by French gangsters. Surreal melancholic mayhem ensues.
Sunday, February 7
- Fancy Scarf Bike Ride & Scavenger Hunt, Noon
Meet Carye Bye, the “Museum Lady,” at Tiny’s Coffee on NE MLK Jr Blvd and then seek out lady statues across the city to decorate with scarfs provided by Carye. Organized by Puddlecycle.
- Bike Movie Night, 5:30pm
Join the Bicycle Way of Life bike shop in Eugene for a bike movie night.
- 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.
Monday, February 8
- Family Day Ride, 10am
Join this Spokesmama ride at Vancouver BC’s Science World to celebrate Family Day, an official holiday in British Columbia. Decorate your bikes from 10-10:30am, and then ride, likely to Trout Lake’s Family Day activities.