Miir Amelia Vaughn

Cycle Cafes

Bikes, coffee, and beer—it’s all part of the Seattle way of life.

Miir Amelia Vaughn

Miir

Known for its socially conscious business model, this airy bar/cafe/store hybrid just off the bustling Burke-Gilman Trail sells its signature water bottles along with commuter bikes and cycling gear—for every bike sold, another is donated to someone in need. 3400 Stone Way N; miir.com

 

Peddler Brewing

Also along the Burke-Gilman Trail is a craft brewery aiming to build community through bicycling. Need to put some air in the tires? Stop in for a pint and use the pump (there’s also a bike parts vending machine with batteries, lights, and the like). 1514 NW Leary Way; peddlerbrewing.com

Good Weather Bicycle & Cafe 

Tucked in the back of Chophouse Row, this distinctly laid-back shop specializes in servicing commuter and touring bikes. Head here to fix a flat or get a safety check (if you’re in on a weekend, don’t skip the all-day brunch). 1424 11th Ave; goodweatherinseattle.com

Métier Racing & Coffee

This three-level cycling mecca is a one-stop service center, training space, and store for performance cyclists. Refuel after an open club ride (north to University of Washington, or south on Lake Washington Boulevard) at the cafe, where fare skews healthy and libations span kombucha to booze. 1017 E Union St; metierseattle.com

Rapha Seattle

London-based cycling brand Rapha steps up the style in its chic corner “clubhouse.” Find high-end racing gear and apparel—after shopping, sip a latte and watch a live road race. 301 E Pine St; rapha.cc

Peloton Cafe

A go-to for touring and commuter cyclists, this full-service repair shop sells new and used parts and can help with bike fitting. Inspired seasonal dishes and fresh baked goods are on offer while you wait for a tune-up. 1220 E Jefferson St; pelotonseattle.com

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