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  • The Grand Harvest Ride

    October 20, 2018 | THEARC (West Lot), 1801 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC

    As the weather cools down, it’s the perfect time to come out for a bike ride and enjoy the Oxon Run Trail in Ward 8. This is a family friendly event for the young and young at heart. Whether you ride a bike daily or haven’t been on a bike in years, this is your chance to enjoy a day with family and friends on one of DC’s newest trails, which is right in your backyard! After the short ride, we’ll meet back at THEARC for refreshments, music, and giveaways!

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  • City Cycling

    October 20, 2018 | Anacostia Park

  • Learn to Ride

    October 20, 2018 | Carter Barron

  • Intersession Skills Clinic

    October 20, 2018 | Carter Barron

It’s the Membership Drive! Hannah Anderson Dana

Join our community of invested, enthusiastic people committed to making our region more bike-friendly and accessible.

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Show up for Biking in Bethesda on Oct 9 Garrett Hennigan

On Tuesday, Oct 9, show your support for six key bike projects for safe streets and better trails.

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(Re)Introducing Crash Tracker Robert Gardner

We use this tool to collect crash data, connect victims to resources, and make sure that bicyclists are treated fairly by law enforcement when they’re involved in a crash.

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Celebrating 15 Years of 50 States Cyrus Chimento

It may have rained, but that didn’t dampen spirits for the 15th 50 States Ride.

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Your Chance To Be Heard About Safe Streets in DC Robert Gardner

This is your chance to be heard by the DC Council about bicycle safety in DC.

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