Cascade Bicycle Club, the nation’s largest statewide bicycle organization, is powered by 17,000 members and serves bike riders of all ages and abilities throughout the Puget Sound region and across Washington State. With a mission to improve lives through bicycling, they deliver community and school-based education programs, grassroots organizing workshops, free group rides, world-class events and more. Their signature programs include events like the Seattle to Portland (STP) and Ride from Seattle to Vancouver & Party (RSVP); advocacy work like Connect Puget Sound; and education programs like Basics of Bicycling, the Major Taylor Project and more. 

Bicycle Registration

Bike Index and Project 529 have partnered with local police agencies to create searchable databases and report stolen bicycles. Information about these services and more can be found using the red link below.


Cycling Podcast for the Greater Seattle Area - Hosted by Wes Salmon.


The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) designs transportation projects to make walking, biking, and riding transit great travel options. Every year, SDOT installs new bicycle lanes and shared lane markings (sharrows) and constructs new bike trails and greenways to make it easier to get around the city by bike. Visit their website to find more information about past and upcoming projects that improve conditions for bicycling in Seattle.


Choose Your Way Bellevue is a resource for bicycle maps and transportation alternatives for Bellevue and the surrounding areas.