Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin cycled to the Everett Public Library to knock off the first required destination in a month-long Bike Month Challenge with Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson. (City of Everett photo)

Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin cycled to the Everett Public Library to knock off the first required destination in a month-long Bike Month Challenge with Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson. (City of Everett photo)

Everett, Mukilteo mayors engaging in friendly 2-wheeled rivalry

They’re facing off in a Bike Month Challenge, and they invite others to join in.

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