12TH ANNUAL CYCLE · WALK THE WAVE
Saturday, September 7th, 2019
10AM - 2PM
Gas Works Park, Seattle, WA
In 2000, a group of passionate women were compelled by the statistic that one out of every three women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. In 2008, founder Sharon Anderson created Cycle the WAVE, an all-women’s cycling event that celebrated the power of sisterhood and catalyzed a larger movement around education and awareness of relationship and sexual violence. Throughout the last 11 years, Cycle the WAVE has raised over $1,000,000 to support programs that address the issue of domestic and sexual violence.
ABOUT THE EVENT
We believe in the transformative power of inclusiveness, and that we can make an even greater impact, together. This year, we invite everyone to participate—women, men, teens, and kids. Bring your husbands, wives, partners, boyfriends, girlfriends, kids, coworkers, friends and dogs. Everyone is welcome!
This year’s event features several ways that everyone can join in, show support and have some fun. We are offering a fun ride, a walk, and a community festival.
3 Mile Walk The walk is a 3-mile loop along the Burke Gilman Trail.
5 Mile Fun Ride Due to construction and bridge closure, we’ve had to change our route to a 5-mile fun ride along the water on the scenic Burke Gilman Trail. We encourage you to ride this relaxing route with your family and friends. We’ll have a rest stop halfway sponsored by Nuun hydration and Cliff bars! Click here for the cue sheet.
Community Festival From 10AM – 2PM, we’ll celebrate with a beer and wine garden, food trucks, music, kids play area and face painting, and more!
CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOU THERE!
OUR EVENTS HELP FUND THESE PROGRAMS
DISCOVER YOUR POWER
At the WAVE Foundation, we believe in the power of collaboration and partnership. Going forward, we will be partnering with the UW School of Social Work to fund graduate students to implement prevention programs for the UW Greek communities.
The Legal Hope Program is the first legal program in Washington State focused on offering legal assistance to survivors. Legal Hope’s team of pro bono attorneys helps remove barriers to housing, employment, and family stability and build hope for a survivor’s future.
TEAM UP WASHINGTON
Team Up Washington uses sports as a platform to end sexual assault and dating abuse by expanding the reach of Coaching Boys Into Men and Athletes as Leaders.