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  • Adult City Cycling class

    October 21, 2017 | Anacostia Park, 1900 Anacostia Dr, Washington, DC 20020, USA

    City Cycling is about having a great time on a bike, every time you ride! Learn skills and techniques to build your confidence and capability to enjoy your life on two wheels. Sign up!
  • Adult Learn to Ride class

    October 21, 2017 | Carter Barron Amphitheatre, Colorado Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC

    For adults who cannot ride a bike, this class will help! We'll help you make progress on riding, whether you succeed in one class or in ten. Sign up!
  • Klingle Valley Trail Walk

    October 21, 2017 | Trailhead near Klingle Rd NW and Cortland Place NW

    Walk along the new Klingle Valley Trail and learn about it's history and development from trail experts from the Capital Trails Coalition! Register
  • City Cycling Class

    October 21, 2017 | Anacostia Park - Washington, DC

    This is going to be fun! Riding your bike doesn’t have to be stressful. Join us for a morning of skills, confidence, and community building. We’ll spend some time on a few specific bike handling skills, then go for a short ride and talk about strategies for riding in different road, bike lane, and trail situations. Bring questions!Register here
News
WE’RE HIRING: VISION ZERO CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR by Tamara Evans

The Washington Area Bicyclist Association seeks a strategic community organizer to lead our program to end traffic fatalities and serious injuries in the Washington Region within the decade.

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Tips for Being a PAL this Halloween by Ashley Blue

Happy PAL-oween! Get predictable, alert, and lawful (PAL, get it?) no matter how you get around.

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City Cycling Class Brings you More Joy When you Ride by Doug Smith

WABA’s city cycling classes are for everyone. Read how one of WABA’s 2017 Trail Rangers benefitted from the class.

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