Register now so we can send you the scoop on where to be on June 18! We've created another marvelous scenic route through the district. We scouted the city for the perfect post-ride picnic location and guess what? We've found it! The quiet, shaded, grassy and super-secret picnic spot is accessible and free to all this year.
We'll have picnic blankets, lawn games and music. All you need to bring is your smile, your lunch and your preferred refreshments.
If you'd like one of our limited-supply picnic meals, register early (before June 12) and reserve yours while they last. We'll have it ready for you after you finish the ride.
It's time to sort our your seersucker and visit our Eventbrite Page for details!
Aptly named “Christmas on Wheels,” the tour and rental company announced today. Christmas on Wheels will be offered every Friday, Saturday and Sunday beginning December 4 through December 20 from 4:00-6:30 pm.
Tour highlights will include the Botanical Gardens Holiday Showcase; a hot chocolate stop; the exquisite decorations at the Willard Hotel and of course, the Capital and National Christmas Trees. The cost for the bike tour is $39 for adults and $34 for children 12 and under and $64 per person for the Segway tour.
On Saturday, October 24, 2015, Alexandria Library is hosting its third annual bicycle tour of all Alexandria Library locations. Bring your bike and join library staff for a leisurely 2-hour loop starting and ending at Beatley Central, 5005 Duke Street. Registration for this free event is required and Children and teens under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. The event is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. at Beatley Central Library, with check-in starting at 9:30 a.m. Please visit www.bit.ly/alexlibrarybiketour for more information and to register online.
Riders can choose between the 47 mile Honeycrisp route or the 23 mile McIntosh route. The Cider Ride starts and finishes in DC’s Brookland neighborhood at The Dew Drop Inn.
The route takes riders from Northeast DC out to Maryland’s Anacostia Tributary Trails through Hyattsville and College Park. The Cider Stop is at Proteus Bicycles, just off the trail. The longer Honeycrisp route then takes riders through Beltsville’s agricultural farm lands and to the Patuxent Research Refuge before stopping for a second pit stop in Greenbelt at Buddy Attick Lake Park. From there, the longer route weaves south through Greenbelt Park to the Trolley Trail before returning to DC on more trails. Both routes end at the Dew Drop Inn where riders can pick up a special edition Cider Ride surprise and enjoy a post-ride celebration.
The 7th Annual Tweed Ride is scheduled for October 25th. The ride is free, but the Jazz Jam and brunch are not.
Are you ready to join Dandies & Quaintrelles on Sunday, October 25, for the 7th annual DC Tweed Ride? Let's combine all the important ingredients for another retro-styled celebration of fall in the nation's capital. We'll put the D in dapper. We'll ride our coolest bikes. We'll dance into the night. We'll remember how much fun we always have this time of year. And then we'll count the days until we get to do it all over again.
WHEN: Saturday, September 19th and Sunday, September 20th
WHAT: On Saturday, participants will begin the 2nd annual Ride to Conquer Cancer, a 150-mile cycling fundraiser benefiting Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, Sibley Memorial, Suburban and Howard County General Hospitals.
Moments before the start, an executive from Johns Hopkins along with event organizers will address hundreds of participants and share the total number of participants and funds raised at the 2015 Ride.
WHY: This year, it is estimated that one in every four deaths in the United States will be caused by cancer.The Ride is a global event, which brings together communities of riders, survivors and their supporters for one common goal: to conquer cancer. Funds raised through The Ride to Conquer Cancer support vital cancer research and accelerates transformational cancer discoveries at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, Sibley Memorial, Suburban and Howard County General Hospitals.
DAY 1 – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th
Start Line/Opening Ceremonies – RFK Stadium Lot 6, 2400 East Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC 20003
· 6:30am – Media check in
· 7:00am – Opening ceremonies begin
Lunch Stop – The Business Side, 6835 Olney Laytonsville Rd, Laytonsville, MD 20882
· 7:45am to 2:30pm
Overnight Camp & Evening Activities – Mount Airy Activity Grounds, 1001 Twin Arch Rd, Mount Airy, MD 21771
· 11:30am to 8:00pm (last rider expected at 7:30pm)
· Riders will enjoy a warm meal, hot showers, live entertainment, and a night under the stars
DAY 2 – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th
Breakfast – Mount Airy Activity Grounds, 1001 Twin Arch Rd, Mount Airy, MD 21771
· 5:30am to 8:00am (last rider to be en route by 8:00am)
With a route for every cyclist, Bike Maryland's Tour du Port is a fully supported bicycle ride out of Canton Waterfront Park in Baltimore City. 100% of the proceeds raise funds for pro-bicycle advocacy, education, and infrastructure initiatives across the state, through your statewide bicycling non-profit organization Bike Maryland!
Choose from four bicycle routes that give you the best Baltimore has to offer, cruising through parks, charming neighborhoods, past historical monuments and active industrial sites.
New this year, The Urban Adventure, a 36 mile mountain biking route! Your chance for a knobby tired, gritty view of Baltimore.
It's your last chance to pre-register for Larry's Ride and save $10! The weather forecast is out and the National Weather Service predicts partly sunny and a high near 85 - beautiful weather for the end of summer! We are looking forward to a great day of riding and a celebatory lunch at the end. Walk-in registration is available by cash or credit card and is $60.
We have posted our Day-Of Ride Details. Registration opens at 7 AM and we have suggested start times for the various ride lengths, which should return an average rider for that distance back at Camp Milldale at lunchtime. Riders may leave as early as 7 AM.
We look forward to having you on Sunday! Proceeds from Larry's Ride support our advocacy and education initiatives. If you like having a representative in Annapolis, an advocate before state and local agencies for trails and on-road improvements, and educational campaigns such as the Bike Friendly Driver program, please ride with us!