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Grab your helmets and lace up your shoes!  We are celebrating Bike Month.

Come with us as we ride our way through bike month. Whether you're riding for fun, fitness or with family, or taking essential trips to work or shop, you are part of the effort for safer streets, connected communities, a healthier plant, and happier people.

Celebrate Bike Month by playing Bike2Health BINGO. If you get a BINGO you can be entered to win one of several prizes, including a bike!  See how many BINGO squares you can complete by May 31, 2022. 

Be sure to scroll down to download the BINGO card, or you can screenshot it, along with other important resources including some fun, informative videos.  You will find all the Bike BINGO game details on the card along with how to enter the drawing. 


Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram as we’ll be posting fun ideas and resources throughout the month. And remember to post photos on social media using the tag #Bike2Health. Let’s ride together, apart! 

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Program Overview

The cities of Edmonds, Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace are working together to improve access to health and wellness choices within their communities, make bicycling safer, and increase connectivity by completing 11 critical missing links of the regional bicycle network. This collaboration, called Bike2Health, is funded by a grant from the Verdant Health Commission.

Once complete, Bike2Health will create a regional bicycle network establishing several key north/south and east/west corridor routes and connecting major destinations (colleges, civic centers, employment centers, the Interurban Trail, etc.) and transit hubs (the Edmonds Ferry, the Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace transit centers, and Swift bus rapid transit stations). In total, roughly ten miles of bicycle network will be connected or improved by installing shared lane markings, bicycle route signage and about six miles of new bicycle lanes.

The goals of Bike2Health are to: Increase ridership and improve safety for bicyclists throughout the three cities. Reduce barriers to bicycling by providing end-of-trip facilities like bicycle parking and by improving wayfinding signage. Raise awareness about the benefits of bicycling and provide bicycle safety education to the community. Bicycling, for either transportation or recreation, provides residents in the project area with more opportunities to stay physically active and pursue healthy lives. Bike2Health aims to help improve the health and well-being of community members.

A major component of Bike2Health will be engaging the communities throughout planning and design, while also conducting public education and outreach about bicycle safety, benefits, maps and routes. Community members will be able to participate in a number of activities such as bicycle training events and bicycle rodeos.



Collectively, the cities of Edmonds, Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace have completed 23 miles of bicycle network over the past decade; however, many of these have been constructed separately by each city. This has resulted in a non‐continuous, segmented bicycle network. This segmentation is one reason cited by residents for choosing to use other methods of travel.

New Wayfinding

To help encourage new cyclists to use the network, Bike2Health will also install bicycle wayfinding signs along the major bicycle routes to guide users to key destinations within Edmonds, Lynnwood, and Mountlake Terrace. In addition, new wayfinding and route signage will be installed along the Interurban Trail to help users navigate through missing segments and find the best routes from the trail to major destinations.

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