The energizer station in the Walgreens parking lot in Liberty Lake was pretty busy this morning when I went by. There were about four bicyclists there at a few minutes after 7 a.m. The station at the Bank of America building in downtown Spokane didn’t have a lot of riders when I went past it this morning, but had lots of staff from Coffman Engineers ready to greet people who did show up. Thanks for getting the large amount of participation Coffman Engineers. Those were the only stations I saw today, but I’ll report on others as I see them. In the meantime, here are some updates for Bike to Work Week.

Energizer Stations
– Bethlehem Lutheran Church @ 29th and Southeast Blvd.
– INDABA Coffee @ 1425 W. Broadway Ave.
– Cancer Patient Care @ 1507 E. Sprague Ave.
– Huckleberry’s Natural Market @ 926 S. Monroe
– Coffman Engineers and Eowen S. Rosentrater, PLLC @ 601 W. Riverside Ave.
– Allstate @ Sprague and University
– David’s Pizza under the Greene Street Bridge on Upriver Drive
– Spokane Public Schools @ Mission Park, across from Avista
– Pedals2People @ 25th and High Drive
– Cycle Sports @ SE corner of E Appleway and N Liberty Lake Rd

Ride of Silence
Spokane and Spokane Valley will join the International Ride of Silence to Draw Attention to Bicycle Safety. Hundreds of cities around the world will hold a Ride of Silence™ tonight to mourn those who have been killed and to raise awareness of cyclists on the road.

If you would like to take part in the downtown Spokane ride, meet at Sprague and Division at 6:45 p.m. where a white “ghost bike” memorializes David Squires, killed in March when he was hit by a driver. All riders are welcome. Ride organizers will hand out armbands and signs.

In Spokane Valley, Paul Warner and his family have organized a Ride of Silence in honor of his sister Gloria, killed two years ago in a bike/car crash in Gig Harbor. That Ride of Silence begins at 7 p.m. at the Mirabeau Park parking lot next to the waterfall and runs 12 miles on the Centennial Trail.

Bike to Work Week Stats
As of Tuesday morning, 1,288 people and 64 Commute Challenge teams have registered for Bike to Work Week. That adds up to 52,554 miles bicyclists plan to ride this week alone! The goal for this year’s Bike to Work Week is 1,700, so 412 more people need to register. Please do so if you haven’t yet, by clicking here.

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