Meet at Cafe Velo 10am Sat Oct 19 2019. Ride at 11am. Need some good tweed? We can meet with Genny Cohn. Please contact email@example.com to arrange dates.Read more "Tweed Ride October 19, 2019"
Flyer reflects accurate gathering v. ride start times. Ye Olde PDF Ye Olde PNG:Read more "Updated 2017 Tweed Ride Flyer"
2017-11-04 is next Tweed ride. Meet at Cafe Velo 2pmRead more "Next Tweed Ride Nov 4"
2016 Tweed Ride Nov 6 2pm Meet in front of the Whatcom Museum (old city hall), and we’ll take a short tour through the alleys and check out some old buildings. You can call Jed at: 360 441 0459 if you get lost.Read more "2016 Tweed Ride Nov 6 2pm"
Is made of Chuckanut sandstone. And has house elf entrance.Read more "Little Roth Building"
Bruce brought the bike he freed from a pile of rust. He got the three speed working on it, too.Read more "Dancing Bruce brought the oldest bike"
2015 Route Map This route has some significant hills, but I have them included for some of the best bits of town. I think we’ll all walk our bikes at some point, and I would encourage us to break out the tea cups and pour a restorative measure of water to help our constitutions. Here […]Read more "Route Map"
J. J. Donovan House 1201 N. Garden Street John Joseph Donovan was a bit of a visionary. When he came to the Bellingham area in 1888, he served as the chief engineer of the Fairhaven and Southern Railroad. Within 10 years he accomplished a great many things. He platted the town of Fairhaven and constructed […]Read more "J. J. Donovan House"
Territorial Courthouse 1308 E Street First Brick Building north of San Francisco stands in Bellingham. The Firm of T.G. Richards ordered the building to be built in 1858 as a general store, bank and warehouse to serve settlers in the area. Construction costs stood at $8000. Following the end of the Fraser River Gold Rush, […]Read more "Territorial Courthouse"
The Pickett House 910 Bancroft Street In the years before he gained fame on the Civil War battlefield of Gettysburg during Pickett’s Charge, Capt. George E. Pickett spent several years in the vicinity of what would later become the City of Bellingham. Pickett was responsible for offering security and protection to settlers in the area […]Read more "The Pickett House"