Welcome to BikeArlington

Arlington, Virginia is a great place to get around by bicycle. More than one hundred miles of multi-use trails, on-street bike lanes, and designated bike routes make it easy for cyclists to get where they need to go. If you don't have a bike, or don't have it with you, Capital Bikeshare is a convenient option. BikeArlington's goal is to get more Arlingtonians biking more often, whether they're commuting, shopping, or just having fun.

For the latest trail conditions and closure/detour information, please visit the Washington Area Bike Forum.


Cold Weather Biking Tips

It’s getting cold out there! But riding a bike in the cold can be comfortable. Read more!

Cold Weather Biking Tips (linked to PDF)

Four Mile Run Trail Detour

Update: Closure of Four Mile Run Trail below S. Eads St. Starting February 27th

The southern portion of the trail, below S. Eads Street, was kept open as long as possible during construction as a connection to S. Eads St.  This section will be closed starting on February 27, 2017, for no longer than 3 months.

Construction work related to the Four Mile Run Restoration Project began in November, 2016 and will continue through Fall, 2017. The existing asphalt trail adjacent to Four Mile Run is closed during construction, and a detour is in place. The Arlington portion of the trail will be completely rebuilt to current standards. Improved trail railings and a new observation platform will be installed. Read more.

Restoration project will affect Four Mile Run Trail


BikeArlington is a program of Arlington County Commuter Services (ACCS), a bureau of the Arlington, Virginia Department of Environmental Services.