ArtCrank :: June 29th :: 4pm - 11pm
Bike Drive @ the Bike Expo:
WHY YOU SHOULD DONATE YOUR UN-NEEDED BIKE: Got bikes your kids have outgrown taking up space? Or a bike you no longer ride? Give them a second life through donating them to Bike Works at this year's Bike Expo! We teach youth to be leaders, give back to the community and build positive relationships through a variety of bicycle repair and safe riding programs. Youth can also earn a bike for themselves- bikes that come from people like you. Last year over 460 youth participated in our programs! We also offer repair and riding classes for adults and have a full service Community Bike Shop in Columbia City.
WHAT DOES BIKE WORKS DO WITH DONATIONS: All of our programs are run using thousands of bikes donated by community members like you! We’re expanding in 2013 and in need of even more bikes, especially kids bikes to ensure we have the bikes we need to use a learning tools in our classroom and to fix up and redistribute to our youth and community members.
FREE TICKETS TO BIKE EXPO Donate your used bikes to Bike Works at this year’s Bike Expo! Bike Works will get your old bike up and running again, and into the hands of someone in the community. In exchange, your bike donation gets you a free ticket to the Bike Expo! (50 tickets available per day to the first 50 bike donors)
WHERE TO DONATE: Bike Donations will be accepted in the parking lot at the Bike Expo next to the Shuttle Bus Pick Up Zone. Donation tent closes 2 hours before the end of the Expo each day.
**All donations to Bike Works, a 501-c-3 non profit organization, are tax deductible- Thank you for your support!
(Kids 15 or younger are free!)
Please note: We accept CASH ONLY at the door.
Cascade Bicycle Club members can receive
2001 W Garfield St
Seattle, WA 98119
The 2013 Seattle Bicycle Expo will be held at Smith Cove Cruise Terminal 91 in Magnolia, a spectacular waterfront facility. The Smith Cove Cruise Terminal is centrally located just north of downtown Seattle, next to the Magnolia Bridge. Follow signs off 15th Ave NW for the Magnolia Bridge/Cruise Terminal.
There are over 2,500 parking spots at Terminal 91 and parking will cost $5 per day. Attendees can use the complimentary Shuttle Bus service (see below) or choose to walk ½ mile from the Terminal parking lot to the Cruise Terminal building at south end of pier. (Please dress accordingly). Please stick to designated pedestrian walkways & paths at all times and be aware that this is a working pier.
There will be a complimentary Shuttle Bus service from the terminal parking lot to the venue, running every 10 minutes during show hours.
Bike to Expo and get cool stuff!
Bicycling is the most convenient way to visit the event. All attendees must enter the facility at the west gate, located just off the Elliot Bay Trail (on the Terminal 91 bike path). Secure bike parking is available directly in front of the facility at the bike corral (for a small donation to Bikeworks). The first 350 riders each day who use the corral will get a free giveaway item. Note that the east gate (located next to Elliot Bay park) is NOT open to Bicyclists or pedestrians. It is a two mile ride/walk from the east gate to the cruise terminal.
GETTING TO EXPO
BY BICYCLE -- FOLLOW THE SIGNS
Of course, riding your bicycle is the best way to get to the event! Secure parking is available directly in front of facility (for a small donation to Bikeworks). Riders must enter the facility at the west entry gate located just off the Smith Cover Bike trail, next to the official parking lot (under the Magnolia Bridge).
From the north (Dravis & 20th Ave W in Magnolia):
Take 20th Ave. W. until you reach end of the road (train tracks on left). Turn left on Elliot Bay/Terminal 91 Bicycle Trail toward Smith Cove. Turn left onto W. Garfield Street. Use caution, as there will be oncoming cars arriving down ramp. Turn left. See the facility ground map (pdf) for clarification or check for ample signage on the trail.
From the south (Broad St-Olympic Sculpture Park):
Take Elliot Bay/Terminal 91 Bicycle Trail through Myrtle Edwards & Elliot Bay parks. After leaving Elliot Bay park, follow the trail to the left for 300 yards until you reach W. Garfield Street crossing. You will not be able to enter the grounds at the east gate - cross Garfield and head north of Elliot Bay trail. Turn left at 29th Ave W and follow trail to parking area under the Magnolia Bridge. See the facility ground map for clarification or check for ample signage on the trail.
BY BUS OR FOOT
Take bus number 19, 24 or 33 to Smith Cove Cruise Terminal 91. Request the stop on the Magnolia Bridge at Terminal 91. Depart bus on bridge, cross the street very carefully and walk down staircase to under the bridge. The Terminal 91 parking lot entrance will be below- please look for Expo directional signage. Once you enter through the staffed gate, walk 10 minutes to the Cruise Terminal at far south end of the Pier. Be careful and watch out for cars, etc. - this is a working pier. Buses run about every 30 minutes.
If coming from North Seattle, take Exit 167 / Mercer Street (just before Downtown Seattle).
If coming from South Seattle, take Exit 167 / Mercer Street. It is after the I-90 exit; however the exit is on the LEFT side of the freeway.
At this point, the directions to the new Seattle Cruise Ship Terminal are the same.
From the 520 Bridge:
From 520, go southbound on the I-5 freeway and immediately move into the right hand lane of the freeway. Take Exit 167 / Mercer Street. Then, follow the same directions as above.
From the I-90 Bridge:
From I-90, the Google directions say to take WA-99 north (the Viaduct). Seattle natives would not usually take that route. An easy way to get to Magnolia (without crossing four lanes of freeway) is to follow I-90 to the waterfront (Alaskan Way). Then go north to the end of Alaskan Way. Go to Elliot Ave and follow Elliot north to the Magnolia Bridge:
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