[ Originally published 02/26/15 | updated 01/22/18 ]
Archives for February 2015
The Show and Expo will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 28, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Mar. 1.
Produced by Cascadia Events, in partnership with the Cascade Bicycle Show, the Seattle Bike Show offers over 150 exhibitors to entice participants with new gear, expert demos, or opportunities to speak with experts and advocates.
The Seattle Bike Show costs $10 for persons over the age of 17, with those under 17 given free admittance.
Hear from speakers such as Bob Roll, former professional cyclist, and Craig Undeem, owner of Cycle University, or head to the outdoor demo zone where vendors will be showing their newest products and you get a hands-on experience.
New this year is the ‘Dirt Zone’, a pump track for vendors of mountain and single track gear can showcase their products with expert rider demos.
The Travel, Trip and Adventure Expo not only offers retail specials only available at the Expo, but will also be offering expert discussions, over 100 exhibitors, and a beer and wine garden for those over 21.
Take your turn on a zip line or watch canoe and kayak experts take on the Whitewater Demo Pool.
Whether you are an enthusiast of biking, hiking, running, water-based sports, or outdoors exploits head out to CenturyLink Field for the dual presentation of the Seattle Bike Show and the Seattle Travel, Trips and Adventure Expo, this weekend only!
Yes. I, Deanna Isaacs, drained the batteries in an EV (not completely, but to the point it wouldn’t drive). Go ahead. Laugh it up now. You know you want to.
It wasn’t intentional. I didn’t set out at the beginning of my drive with the notion of being the guinea pig – ahem, hamster – in my own experiment in battery efficiency just to end up spending 3 hours on the side of the road near Seattle, Washington.
However, it happened and this is how. [Read more…]
“Laz has enriched my life in ways I didn’t know were possible to come from a car, and for that I’ll always be thankful.”
Meet Lazarus, aka: Laz. This Miata represents bang for the buck; having more fun for less money. It’s a back-to-basics kinda thing. If this story doesn’t inspire you, maybe you should be driving a used Prius.
Kia has entered a new realm with the 2015 Kia Soul EV, one of all electric vehicles, great for the environment Washingtonians love.
Starting at $35,700, or $36,625 fully optioned, however, there’s also the $7,500 federal tax credit for buying electric vehicles, making final prices between $26,200 to $29,125.