Critical Lass is an inclusive ride for women-identified people who bike. Rides are leisurely-paced (10-12 mph, though we’ll go as slow as needed to all stay together) social bicycle rides around Seattle lasting a few hours, with time for stopping to take photos and chat.
Our aim is to get more women-identified/trans Seattleites bicycling and we encourage both new and experienced riders to come along. We don’t want to create any barriers to your getting out there so if you want to bring kids or friend/partner who doesn’t qualify as a “lass” along, please do so! However, we do enjoy and experience a special energy and connection on our cis-male-free rides. We ask that children who cannot keep a 12 mph pace be bike-ily attached to parent or guardian (trailer, bike seat, trail-a-bike, tandem bike, you get the drift…). We sometimes have “Critical Lass and Friends” rides at which everyone is welcome.
Critical Lass rides are Cascade Bicycle Club Free Group Rides and all participants are required to wear a bicycle helmet and sign a waiver.
Seattle Critical Lass was founded in May, 2012 to coincide with the first CycloFemme ride.
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