The annual party for people who bike (and those who want to) is on Friday, May 18th.

7th Annual Redmond Bike Bash

Friday, May 18, 2018 (Bike to Work Day) 


Redmond Central Connector Park (between Leary Way and 161st Ave. NE)

Music! Food Trucks! Bike shops! Beer garden! Give-a-ways! Bike Skills Clinics!

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Earn a Go Redmond T-Shirt

We're loving this year's vintage feeling design. Earn a Go Redmond bike shirt by taking a bike trip in May and adding your trip to the ​Go Redmond calendar.  Shirts will be available for pick up at the Bike Bash!  Shirts are only available for adults 18 and older. 

Bike Skills Clinics

New riders and experienced bike commuters can learn from our local bike shops at Skills Clinics happening during the Bike Bash. 



Skills Clinic Topic

Bike Shop


Basics of Bike Share

Spin Bikes


E-Bike Basics & Etiquette



Basic Bike Maintenance

Edge and Spoke


Commuting by Bike 101

Element Cycles


$10 Helmets from the Redmond Police Department

Adult and child bicycle helmets are on sale each year at the Bike Bash for $10 (cash only). Individuals wearing the helmet must be present to assure proper fitting. 

Redmond's Bar & Grill Beer and Wine Garden

Serving local beer and wine and a specialty "bike" cocktail, the beer garden is the best place to celebrate with your team.

Food Trucks 

There will be plenty of food available for purchase along Bear Creek Parkway, next to the Redmond Central Connector Park. 

Bus Bike Rack

The GRTMA will help you practice loading your bike on a King County Metro Bus Bike Rack.  Trust us, we get a lot of questions on how to do this throughout the year, so you're not the only one! (Watch the how to video here)

Reflective Gear Give-A-Ways

Go Redmond will be giving away Lightweights Reflective gear.  Bring your bike by the Go Redmond Reflective tent to put the reflective stickers on your spokes to increase your visibility.

Kid's Bike Rodeo

A Bike Rodeo gives kids a chance to practice bike handling skills in a safe and controlled setting.  Kids who complete the course can earn some great safety gear from the Redmond SchoolPool program.