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  • Trail Ranger Volunteer Training

    March 24, 2018 | Conference Call # - (641) 715-0634 code 837466

    Be outside on your bike with the DC Trail Ranger team this spring and summer on regular shifts!

    To help make sure all volunteers are on the same page, we are requiring all volunteers with the DC Trail Ranger program join us for a quick orientation. We will go over:

    - legal riding requirement and special considerations when acting as a WABA ambassador
    - WABA volunteer code of conduct
    - daily shift goals of the Trail Ranger team
    - FAQs about Trail Ranger operations
    Register here
  • Action Committee for Montgomery County

    March 26, 2018 | Silver Spring Civic Center, One Veterans Place, Silver Spring, MD

    Get involved in bike advocacy at the local level! Come to a monthly meeting and learn about our campaigns in Silver Spring and Bethesda. More
  • The Last Vasa Ride

    April 7, 2018

    Registration Page

    Join us on Saturday, April 7th for the Last Vasa Ride, presented by REI! Choose from four routes (60-, 30-, 15-, and 7-miles) that wind their way through Washington, DC and Montgomery County, MD, and enjoy traditional blueberry soup afterwards!

    Information Page
  • Action Committee for Prince George's County

    April 10, 2018 | Hyattsville City Hall, 4310 Gallatin Street, Hyattsville MD

    Get involved in bike advocacy at the local level. Come to a monthly meeting and learn about our campaign: A Safer Suitland Road Learn More
What in the World is a DC Bike Ambassador? by Renée Moore

You may have been driving, walking or biking one day and noticed a group of enthusiastic, red-shirted people with bikes on the corner. Congratulations! You spotted the DC Bike Ambassadors in their natural habitat. They were most likely talking to people about being safe on the street. Maybe they were passing out bike lights to […]

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Women who changed history: a bike tour by Betsy Bagioni

“It may surprise you to learn that many people, including women, felt that the bicycle was not appropriate for women, and that there was an inherent danger to their health and morality,” said Megan Metcalf, the Women’s, Gender, and LBTQ+ Studies Specialist and Librarian at the Library of Congress. We had a blast proving those […]

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We’re Hiring: Part-Time Bike Ambassador by Renée Moore

The Washington Area Bicyclist Association is looking for an outgoing, energetic, and motivated person to help run the D.C. Bike Ambassador program.

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