Meet our Bikecitement! Superheroes

There are so many superheroes in the Bike Works family! In honor of the Bikecitement! Annual Fundraising Dinner coming up March 25th, 2018 we are celebrating some of those superheroes.

Bikecitement! is Sunday, March 25, 2018 5-9pm at the Fisher Pavilion at the Seattle Center.

Learn More about Bikecitement!

Meet Our Superheroes!


[Image Description: A close up selfie of a half a person’s face highlights a red sign in the background saying, “Firebird Sweets”. This image is covered in small dots, the person is wearing a red mask, and a orange burst that says, “Whoosh!” showing that this person is a superhero!]

Firebird Sweets is a new business near Ikea and they are donating a superhero dessert to the Dessert Dash! They believe very strongly in giving back to their communities and they love to do what they can when they can. Bonus: The baker will be at Bikecitement! so get there early to scope out all the tasty treats. 

[Image Description: Jess is outfitted in riding gear and a helmet leaning in front of her bike flexing her right arm while smiling into the camera. There are mountains and trees in the background showing that she’s done a heroic ride! The text in the image is a summary of what’s below.]

Jess supports Bike Works as a Board Member to work toward equitable intersectionality of cultural backgrounds, gender, age, and riding styles withing the cycling community. When she’s not riding, working, at a Board meeting, or hosting a table at Bikecitement!, catch her rocking out with her band Coach Phillips at venues throughout Seattle.


Seattle Center Auction Event Bikecitement

[Image Description: A comic book style graphic depicts a photo of a smiling person with short hair and earrings. Overlaid on the photo is a pink cartoon superhero mask to show her transformed into a superhero. The other two panels, one blue and one yellow summarize the below text.]

Kristin is a grandmother and table captain. She supports Bike Works because it offers her granddaughter the opportunity to break gender barriers and include girls in engineering!

[Image Description: A panel depicts a person turning into a superhero through 2 pictures. The top shows a person wearing a button up, glasses, and a mustache. The bottom shows the same person transformed into a superhero by adding a purple cartoon style mask. The middle of the picture is a blue & red burst with the word “whoosh!”. Text is summarized below.]

This superhero is a long time Bike Works team member, artist, and rock star mechanic. You might know him as Mike. We know him as THE WAREHOUSE WIZARD for all that he does to keep the Bike Works Warehouse rolling.