Cycling Georgetown

One of my regular routes is Georgetown’s Airport Way. I’ve ridden that for over 15 years and industrial Seattle has featured in many projects that range from the first net.art that Textura Design, Inc. published back in the day (TDI is the parent of Hugger Industries); to the term dreeping, which we use to describe living in Seattle.

Georgetown is seen in our photos, visual identity, and of course Bike Hugger …

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this photo of a tall bike pile was taken the day after the Dead Babies Race. Across the street is the old Rainier Cold Storage building that was torn down over the weekend.

During the Georgetown rides – officially called the “bridge that smells like death” for the bridge that crosses over train tracks and smells horribly like death – I’d occasionally stop and walk through the various artists shops in the Old Brewery buildings.

Riding that route won’t be the same.

What changes have you seen in your rides? Like, the defunkification of Fremont?



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