Bike to Work Day Registration is Open

BikeArlington's Marketing Manager Suzanne Patel
Suzanne Patel Tweet Us @bikearlington@bikearlington April 9, 2018
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Suzanne Patel is the marketing manager for Arlington’s active transportation programs, including BikeArlington, WalkArlington, and Capital Bikeshare and enjoys taking full advantage of commuting to work and exploring DC and Arlington on foot, by bike, bus, and Metro.

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BIKE TAKEAWAY:

Bike to Work Day is the perfect day to grab your friends and coworkers and commute to the office. Swing by a pit stop to start your day with free food, goodies, and bike swag.

BikeArlington is teaming up with Commuter Connections and the Washington Area Bicyclists Association to celebrate Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 18, and you are invited!

Bike to Work Day is a celebration of bicycling as a fun, healthy, and sustainable way to get to work! There are more than 100 pit stops across the region, including nine pit stops in Arlington. It is a FREE event and open to all area commuters whether you’re new to riding or ride every day.

Choose Your Pit Stop

Morning Stops

  • Rosslyn: Gateway Park
  • Ballston: Spokes Etc.
  • Columbia Pike: Penrose Square
  • Shirlington: Shirlington Library
  • East Falls Church: East Falls Church Metro
  • Crystal City: Crystal City Water Park
  • Army National Guard Readiness: Herbert R. Temple Jr. Army National Readiness Center

Afternoon Stops

  • Rosslyn: Heavy Seas Alehouse
  • Shirlington: New District Brewing Company

Arlington pit stops are hosted by some fantastic partners, including Arlington Transportation Partners, Rosslyn BID, Spokes Etc. Bicycles, Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization, Phoenix Bikes, New District Brewery Company, the Crystal City BID, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, and the Army National Guard Readiness Center.

What to Expect

It is the perfect opportunity to ride with your friends and coworkers, enjoy tasty food, and grab some swag from local businesses, plus get a bike tune-up from some of our favorite bike shops.

Not to mention, these things and more are FREE! The first 20,000 people to register receive a free t-shirt to wear at work with pride and are automatically entered into the regional and local raffles for sweet prizes and bikes. Don’t miss the fun!

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Sam Kittner/Kittner.com

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