Cycling Rules! oh wait rules for cycling…


Road Rules: Are bike helmets required? Bike lights? Licenses?

Seattle Bike Show

A little over a month until the Seattle Bike Show. Be sure to check out their site. Looks Cool! One of the attractions caught my interest specifically. PUMP TRACK!

Pump Track

Pump Track

Riders can practice during the open sessions and then compete in a fun Pump Jam contest later in the day with great prizes in the afternoon. Bring your own bikes or use a loaner bike- (helmets mandatory, with protective clothing recommended).

Calling all Mountain Bikers!

This is certainly worth taking an interest in if you are interested.

whatcom recreation
DNR is developing a plan to guide outdoor recreation on DNR-managed working forests across the Whatcom County area for the next 10 to 15 years. To view a map of the recreation planning area, click here. For a more detailed version, click here.
Planning area for the Baker to Bellingham
Recreation Plan. Click here for enlarged map.
Get involved by joining committee, open houses
Consider serving on our diverse volunteer recreation planning committee, which will be creating draft recommendations for the recreation plan. Click here to apply. To provide your feedback in other ways, send us an email or attend one of two open houses, below. To hear more about the project, sign up to receive updates on this project through our Baker to Bellingham E-news and connect with us on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Open Houses
Tuesday, Jan. 19
7 to 9 p.m.
Port of Bellingham Cruise Terminal
Dome Room
355 Harris Ave.
Bellingham, WA 98225
Wednesday, Jan. 20
7 to 9 p.m.
Lynden Community Center
401 Grover Street
Lynden, WA 98264

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We Need Your Help!

Hey All! Some all star volunteers came down today to help clean up the bum camp under the bridge near the Hub Bike Shop. Well it got us thinking that once a month we would love to keep this space clean. So February 13th at 11am if you are available to come help clean we would love to have you. Bring gloves and clothes to get dirty. With diligence this space could stay clean and keep unsavory characters and actions from happening this close to the shop. Thanks The Hub Staff.

What: Volunteer Clean-Up

Where: The Hub Bike Shop

When: February 13th 11am

New Years Resolution?

Well Happy New Year Ya’ll!

We are opening Thursday January 7, 12-6pm and now you can get that New Years Resolution started right. Come on in to fix your bike up because this year you can do it, commute to work or school by bike. Maybe start riding weekly? Whatever your healthy resolution is biking can probably help obtain it. We have many commuter friendly and rural rippers ready to meet your needs so come on down and check us out.

Winter Hours and Closure Schedules

Hey all, reminding you fine patrons about our Holiday Closures. We will close our doors December 19th at 6pm and open them back up at Noon on January 7th. We are also currently experiencing winter hours which are Thursday-Saturday 12-6pm.

Upcoming Holiday Ride

Here at The HUB we are suckers for themed group rides and the holidays provide a perfect excuse to decorate yourself and your bike and gather your friends. This week is the Mount Baker Bicycle Club’s holiday ride happening Monday, December 14.

Taken from the MBBC website:

We like to have some sort of Festive and Fun Lighted Night Ride to spread some cheer together via two wheels, listen to Holiday tunes and see some great decorative yard lights. Get your lights on, decorate yourself and/or your bike and be jolly with MBBC! This year we’ll ride on Monday evening, December 14, 2015 starting at 6pm at Depot Market parking lot across the street from Boundary Bay Brewery/Bistro. Gather at 5:45 pm, aim to leave at 6pm for casual ride through local neighborhoods. We’ll have dinner together after the ride, approx 7:30. Patti Mullin is collecting RSVP for number of dinner guests at local restaurant in town.

To read the MBBC’s December newsletter in all its glory, click here.