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9 to 5Treasure seekers on the "9 to 5 Solstice Scavenger Hunt 2009," which goes from 9pm to 5am on the shortest night of the year.
By Stephen Irving
Based in Seattle, Ryan Schuetze’s Go Means Go combines bike culture, events and community building to advocate for healthy living, sustainable transportation and good clean fun. Go Means Go engages with communities to host an array of fun, bicycle-focused events in the Seattle area. Some are competitive and bicycle-specific (such as mini-bike races or fixed gear trick competitions), others are not.
Recent events include Seattle’s Bicycle Film Festival, thrice-weekly bike polo and a variety of group rides. Go Means Go often works with community groups and not-for-profit organizations to bring together riders and expand the network of cyclists in Seattle, building strength and solidarity in the cycling community. As Schuetze likes to say, “One love, two wheels.”