Saturday May 1, 2021 - Gather at 6pm, Roll out at 6:30pm

Get Slo+Social with 2nd Cycle!

Cyclists of all ages and experience levels encouraged to attend!
(under 18 will need a parent/guardian to sign them in)

Rides 6.5 miles roundtrip, starts and ends at the shop

We provide the music and the route - you provide the rest!

Masks required during the ride/event.
Ride at your own risk! 

Find this event on Facebook

GiveBIG for 2nd Cycle!


During the GiveBIG statewide fundraising campaign, individuals and organizations come together across Washington to invest in our community. When we give, we take a proactive step towards creating the society we want to live in.

2nd Cycle asks that you GiveBIG to support the essential services that we provide to the greater Tacoma community. While some of our services and programs are offset by retail operations, we do rely heavily on donations.

Bike and Seek

Saturday, May 8, 2021 at 1 PM PDT

All ages and experience levels encouraged to attend! Join us for a socially distant bicycle scavenger hunt!

We will be hiding FREE prizes in 5 different locations around Tacoma for you all to find while out riding your bike!

Check out the discussion in the Facebook event page to get a sneak peak!


There will be a 6th BONUS clue available to folks that purchase a ticket in the link listed on this event! To receive your BONUS location clue make a minimum donation of $15 online at:


This prize includes all of the same items as the free prizes, but comes with a BONUS Ortleib waterproof backpack valued at $90 retail!


Clues for each location will be announced on the day of the event at 1pm on our Facebook and Instagram Stories as well as in the Facebook event page!


Once you find a prize share it with us on social media by tagging the shop and using #bikeandseek253


Happy hunting, stay safe!


BIPOC Kick-off Community Ride

Thursday, May 13, 2021 at 6 PM PDT – 8 PM PDT

Come out for our first BIPOC community-focused event where we will ride through the streets of Tacoma. These rides are free events. Bikes will be provided to those in need for the duration of the ride. Helmets and masks required. No one gets left behind on these rides and they are led and swept by POC 2nd Cycle Staff. These rides are ridden as a casual pace, you should be able to hold a conversation with the rider next to you.


The mission of these rides is to create space for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color in the bicycle community and industry while dismantling the barriers that keep folx from participating in the activity/sport.

The vision is to create access, community, and a movement of uplifting each other, through the joy of riding a bike.

Ride starts and ends at the shop.

2nd Cycle Back Alley Garage Sale

Saturday, May 15, 2021 at 12 PM PDT – 5 PM PDT

In the garage off of the alley behind our shop
Fancy parts! Carbon, Dura-Ace etc!
$25 Frames and As-Is Bikes! $10 Wheels! $2 Jerseys!
Piles of weird parts and accessories, many bike related!
Cash or card accepted

Womx, Trans, Femme Non-Binary Pipeline Trail Ride

Saturday, May 22, 2021 at 12:30PM 

This is a ride for folkx that identify as womexn, trans, femme, and/or non-binary.


Join us on May 22nd in celebration of Bike Month for a slow paced social bike ride to explore phase 3 of the pipeline trail in East Tacoma!

This will be an 8.6 mile ride with some slight elevation.
All ages / experience levels encouraged to attend. 

We will gather in the church parking lot on 34th/Mckinley at 12:30pm. 
We will roll out at 1pm.

Click here to view the facebook event

BIPOC Open Shop Night

Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 6 PM PDT – 8 PM PDT

2nd Cycle is a safe space for BIPOC folx to learn bike maintenance and safety. While other bike maintenance classes (and cycling in general) are usually white-dominated and have enrollment fees, this gathering will be free to folxs that are melanated.
Pull up to our shop to fix and tune up your pedaling machine! These are free events with the exception of new or used parts required to get your bicycle fixed or tuned up. This reoccurring event will be facilitated by POC 2nd Cycle mechanics that will assist you with any bike-related needs! If no assistance is needed, then wrench on!
Our goal for this event is to build community and relationships with BIPOC bike riders to make them feel confident to ride and fix their bikes more often.
We hope to learn that providing safe space for those directly marginalized through indirect means, such as gentrification & racial wealth gap, fosters inclusive community and a voice to those usually not given a voice in this industry or sport.

Click here to find this event on Facebook


Saturday, May 29, 2021 at 1 PM PDT – 3 PM PDT

Experience the joy of bicycles with us by riding your bike anywhere on May 29th!

We will be hosting a mini rest stop at the shop for anyone riding their bike literally ANYWHERE!
Stop by for music, snacks, free gifts, and an opportunity to catch a sneak peak at
our new programming space!


We will be selling raffle tickets for $10. Enter on the day of, for a chance to win a pair of ortleib pannier bags and a road side flat repair kit!


You can also find this event on Facebook