Bellingham, WA is a small town in north western Washington with a population of around 75,150. Its the gateway to Mt Baker and home to Western Washington University...this town also has a thriving bicycle culture. I travelled there recently to visit my cousin, but also to check out the scene for myself.
All photo credits go to Bikehacks
Fiamma hauling a load
Bike rack at the Bellingham Farmers Market
The market has a nice assortment of local produce, crafts, music, and jewelry. It's also home to one of Bikehacks favorite vendors, The Juice Peddler. People's peddle power provides propulsion for fender blenders, slicing up Bellingham's finest smoothies as a scrumptious reward for their sweat.
Kelli looks on as a customer blends up a sweet treat. Unfortunately #3 was temporarily out of commission...also, check out this video I found on Vimeo (ENW with Dep Slater) featuring the Juice Peddler
Went up to Mt Baker just as the clouds started rolling in...it was raining by the time we got back to town.