Events

May
12
Sun
Bike Classes: Learn to Ride
May 12 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

This class is designed for adults who never learned to ride a bicycle or have tried before but feel like they need more instruction. Certified instructors employ a special technique for teaching balance, steering, starting, stopping, and pedaling with the goal of having you ride on two wheels by the end of the class. It’s fun and intuitive.

Registration is required to attend, and costs for Arlington residents is $10 and non-Arlington residents is $85. A bike and helmet are included with your registration.

May
17
Fri
Bike to Work Day
May 17 @ 6:30 am – 9:00 am

Keep your car parked, hop on a bike, and celebrate bicycling as a fun, healthy, and sustainable way to get around on Bike to Work Day! Meet up with your neighbors, coworkers, and first timers at one of the 115 regional pit stops to jump start your Friday with some fun. Bike to Work Day is a FREE event and open to all area commuters whether you’re new to riding or ride every day.

Pit Stops

Arlington hosts a bustling 10 pit stops around the County (morning and afternoon) to make it easy for you to join the fun no matter which route you ride.

Each pit stop offers a unique experience and gives participants an opportunity to snag some giveaways, get your bike tuned up, mingle with area businesses and organizations, and enjoy some tunes from our favorite DJs. You’re welcome to visit one stop or multiple stops throughout the day,

Locations

Pit stops are located in Rosslyn, Ballston, Columbia Pike, Shirlington, East Falls Church, Crystal City, Army National Guard Readiness, and Gravelly Point (new this year).

Register at the pit stop most convenient to you and receive the infamous Bike to Work Day t-shirt.

Jun
8
Sat
Bike Classes: Learn to Ride
Jun 8 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

This class is designed for adults who never learned to ride a bicycle or have tried before but feel like they need more instruction. Certified instructors employ a special technique for teaching balance, steering, starting, stopping, and pedaling with the goal of having you ride on two wheels by the end of the class. It’s fun and intuitive.

Registration is required to attend, and costs for Arlington residents is $10 and non-Arlington residents is $85. A bike and helmet are included with your registration.