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  • Events on Sun, Oct 26
    Women & Bicycles Rockville Ramble Sun, Oct 26 | Rockville Town Center
    Join us for a discovery ride around Rockville using the Carl Henn Millenium Trail. We’ll have tour guides from the local Rockville Bicycle Advisory Committee (RBAC) and treats from Women & Bicycles. Sign Up
  • Events on Sun, Oct 26
    City Cycling Sun, Oct 26 | Washington, DC
    We'll ride bikes. We'll learn new skills. Most importantly, we'll have fun, build confidence, and get around by bike. Reserve a space in advance $10 or drop in on the day of class for free.Sign Up
  • Events on Wed, Oct 29
    Women & Bicycles Coffee Club Wed, Oct 29 | The Coffee Bar, 1201 S St NW, Washington, DC, United States
    Stop in for a cuppa on your way to start the day. Join us
  • Events on Wed, Oct 29
    Round, Round, Get Around Ride Wed, Oct 29 | Start Location: 23rd St. NW and I (Eye) St. NW, across from the Foggy Bottom Metro
    Riding in a city like DC means navigating the dreaded traffic circles. On this ride, we'll turn, turn, turn into circle experts.Sign Up
Blog Posts
Success: No bike ban on streetcar guideways WABA Staff

Good news! DDOT released a second draft of proposed rules regarding streetcars today. This draft no longer includes language banning bicycles from the streetcar guideway. This is good news for several reasons: It means that this poorly thought out policy won’t be implemented. It avoids setting a precedent that would allow the District to ignore […]

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Whoa! Our First Oversized Check! Nelle Pierson

This is part of our Women & Bicycles blog series,  part of WABA’s initiative to build a stronger women’s bike community and get more women on bikes.  These posts aren’t exclusive to women, but they’re produced with and through the Women & Bicycles’ programming. Click here to learn more and get involved.   Last week Team […]

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Proposed Sidewalk Biking Ban: Bad Bill, Good Opportunity. Shane Farthing

It’s tempting to just oppose Graham’s bill because it’s out of touch with the realities of urban riding, but simply opposing any legislation to deal with the issue would be a missed opportunity to improve and rationalize the District’s regulation of the relationship between bicyclists and pedestrians.

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