Bike Parking

Bicycle Parking at Sorticulture, June 8-10, 2018

Legion Park, Everett

Ride your bike to Everett’s Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival this weekend and enjoy free valet bike parking courtesy of Everett Transit’s Everett in Motion program.
The staffed bike corral is open all hours of the event, near the entrance to the park on Alverson Blvd. Families and anyone who wants hassle-free access to Legion Park can leave your bikes and accessories without worry.
If you buy something big at the festival, Housing Hope volunteers will hold your package while you get your vehicle for easy pickup.
Safe riding routes include Grand Avenue or Colby to Alverson from the south, and the Mill Town Trail which runs adjacent to Marine Drive in north Everett.
Bike from home, take transit part way, or park your car nearby. Everett Transit offers free shuttles – with bike racks – from Everett Community College.
The valet bike parking is a fundraiser and outreach opportunity for Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop, an Everett nonprofit. Volunteers will also provide bike parking at the Everett Farmers Market in the month of July.
Bike parking is offered rain or shine, but the corral is not covered so plan accordingly.

Everett Farmers Market Bike Parking, Sundays in July

July 8, 15, 22, 29

Boxcar Park, Everett Waterfront

The sun is out, and the Everett Farmers Market will be bustling with activity. Ride your bike there and avoid the hassle of trying to find parking, we’ve got you covered! Valet bike parking will keep your bike and bags secure while you shop at the Everett Farmers Market in July.

Biking is always the best way to get to the market – there’s a waterfront trail right to the entrance. And Everett Transit also has a bus there to give you options.

Get some fresh air with your fresh veggies!

Funded by B.I.K.E.S. Club of Snohomish County

Bike Parking Volunteers

We’re looking for volunteers to help provide bike parking at events this summer. If you’re available, check out our sign up sheet for details!


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