At 8:00 am you go to the Wilson Boulevard areas in Arlington for the Air Force Classic's Clarendon Cup. Actually you may want to get there early for a good view.
It's known as one of the more difficult criterium races in the country, in part because it's a 1K course in an urban setting. The professional men's team hits the pavement at about 12:15 p.m., racing through Wilson, Clarendon and Washington boulevards. Before this race are women's, children's and amateur races.
Then you bike over to Dupont Circle to watch the US verses England World Cup match at 2:30.
If the U.S. is up 5-0, you can leave early for the Seersucker ride, starting from it's undisclosed location (oh, I hope that means Dick Cheney will be there, I'll bring my defibrillator) at 3:30pm. Or you can hang around for the end of the match and just head to the post-ride drinking at Hillwood Estate.
Then you take a nap.
On Sunday you can watch the Crystal Cuo
where men's and women's teams bike through Crystal City (Sunday at 11:30 a.m., 1 Air Force Memorial Dr.).