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Cyclist crossing Monroe towards Kendall Yards.

Over the Ice and Through the Snow: Winter Bike Commuting

Inland Northwesterners overwhelmingly adore winter sports. We daydream about hulking piles of the powder many flatlanders dread. When the first flakes fall, we assault mountains and trails in droves on snowboards, snowshoes, and skis. We remake roads and parks into Nordic ski, sledding, and fat biking playgrounds. We find a hundred ways to have fun …

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Dressed for the weather. Photo: Hank Greer

Winter Bike Commuting in the Inland NW: 5 Steps to Make it Fun

It takes some preparation, a little planning, and a touch of patience, but winter commuting is very doable in Spokane, Coeur d’Alene, Sandpoint and many other towns around the colder, snowier regions of the Pacific Northwest. Yes, it gets cold, but most of the time the roads are clear. And when road conditions are bad, …

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Photo of Spokane Bike to Work Week kickoff party.

Bike Everywhere in May with Friends

May has long been nationally recognized as “Bike Month” thanks to the League of American Bicyclists. This includes Bike to Work Week, Bike to School Day, and a whole host of bike-centric activities. Cyclists who hang up their spokes for the winter months, the bike-curious and seasoned, all-weather riders get a chance to bump helmets …

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