How to keep up with what’s happening in the Seattle cycling scene

Everyday Rides makes it easy to stay notified of upcoming events and communicate other riders. Add your upcoming ride or event to the calendar for folks to find!

  • Everyday Rides Calendar
    Hosts sharing events on the calendar put a lot of care into sharing up to date details and information about rides. There are a few ways to keep up with what’s on the calendar.
    • Create an Everyday Rides account
      Email updates are sent automatically each week on Sundays at 5pm and weekend digests sent Fridays at 10am. You’ll also get notifications when groups and hosts you follow post new rides and events to the calendar.
    • Join Groups
      Join groups to get notifications of new events and group conversations happening on Everyday Rides. Follow the group’s links to follow their social media and email lists, too! The Everyday Rides groups page lists both groups that are active on Everyday Rides and also many community groups that aren’t on Everyday Rides. Some groups may be more private and only share events for members, so be sure to join to stay in the loop!
    • Follow Hosts
      If you see a person who you enjoy riding with, go to their profile and click “Follow” to get immediate updates when that person posts new rides to the city calendar.
    • Subscribe in your calendar app
      Get your events calendar in your personal calendar (Google, Apple, etc)! At the bottom of the calendar there are links to subscribe to see all of the city events and your private and group events automatically updated in your personal calendar with links and details.
  • Follow the Everyday Rides Instagram
    I post about lots of upcoming rides, events, races, both official and unofficial. I mostly post community events to stories but I keep a highlight of stories up to date with events, jobs, and resources you may want to be aware of.
  • Follow Instagrams and join email lists
    The groups page lists all the groups on Everyday Rides and their links/instagram accounts as well as a whole bunch of community groups not on the site.
  • Seattle Bike Blog Calendar (and blog)
    Seattle Bike Blog’s calendar is less focused on social rides, but has lots of events including many of the wider area events and local advocacy organization events and meetings.
  • Cascade Bicycle Club Calendar
    Cascade Bicycle Club is the largest cycling organization in the area and has a full calendar of social rides, paid event rides, and classes organized by Cascade, certified ride leaders, and some non-Cascade events.

Published by Zach Hale

Cyclist and wanderer.

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