Visit one of our 7 Bike Commuter Stations!
RAIN or SHINE, join fellow bicyclists for a fun morning ride in our local celebration of National Bike to Work Day. The event promotes bicycling as a healthy transportation option. If you participate, visit one of the bike stations along your way and pick up some “fuel” for you, and even get minor repairs done by a bicycle mechanic at some stations. Bike stations supported by Intercity Transit and the local businesses and organizations listed below. All stations will have copies of the new 2018 edition of the free Thurston County Bike Map!
NOTE: For users of the Woodland Trail in Lacey, there is a temporary trail closure East of Franz St, for the Lebabnon St. Extension Project. The trail should open again within about two weeks.
Visit a bike station at one of the following locations from 7:00 am to 9:00 am:
Hawks Prairie: Baby Boomer Bikes and Chain and Pedal Cafe, at 3205 Willamette Dr NE in Hawks Prairie is the newest Bike Commuter Station!
Downtown Olympia: Heritage Park on 5th Ave. (next to Capitol Lake), sponsored by Old Town Bikes, Batdorf and Bronson Coffee Roasters and The Bread Peddler.
Southeast Olympia: Olympia Woodland Trail Entrance on Eastside St. at Wheeler Ave., sponsored by Stevenson Custom Bicycles, Batdorf and Bronson Coffee Roasters and The Bread Peddler.
Olympia East Side: Ralph’s Thriftway (1908 4th Ave. E.), sponsored by Ralph’s, Bike Tech, and Batdorf and Bronson
Lacey: Chehalis Western Trail (CWT) and Woodland Trail Intersection (south end of new CWT bridge over Pacific Ave, sponsored by Joy Ride Bikes, Batdorf and Bronson Coffee Roasters, The Bread Peddler and Puget Sound Energy.
Olympia/Tumwater: Wildwood Building on Capitol Way, in front of Olympia Coffee Roasters, sponsored by Deschutes River Cyclery, Thurston Here-To-There program, Olympia Coffee Roasters and The Bread Peddler.
Decatur St "Cut-Through" at south end of Decatur St. SW:
Sponsored by SWONA (Southwest Olympia Neighborhood Assn.), Doo's Donuts and Olympia Coffee Roasters.