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Bicycle Watchdog website mentioned: The Wheelie Initiative - Seattle Weekly, 22 Nov 2006


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7pm 20 May 2009 Ride of Silence In Seattle:
When:   20 May 2009, 7:00pm
Ride Start and Finish:   Gas Works Park (Please do not park at Gasworks—ride your bike to the start. If you must drive, park at least a quarter of mile from Gasworks)
Meet at:   6:30 p.m. (ride starts promptly at 7pm)
Distance:   14 Miles.
Pace:   Limited to 12 mph - slow and silent
Ride Description:   Flat, 14 mile loop from Gasworks to Downtown to the U-District.
Rain Policy:   No cancellation—rain or shine
Ride Leaders:   No official ride leaders - volunteer ride coordinators will assist. For more information and contact information check out the website.

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