Car Free Days 2018––Take the free pledge to go car free or car-lite for a day at www.CarFreeMetroDC.org. Telework, bicycle, walk, take transit or carpool/vanpool (car-lite).
Reduce traffic congestion, save money, and improve air quality by dropping your keys on Friday, September 21 and/or Saturday, September 22.
Everyone who takes the free pledge for one or both days will be entered into a raffle for great prizes. Registrants will also have the opportunity to participate in several local area events including: PARK(ing) Day, Clarendon Day, The Great Frederick Fair, Try Transit Week, and many more.
To take the pledge to go car free or car-lite, or to find out more information, visit www.CarFreeMetroDC.org.
Riding your bike doesn’t have to be stressful. Join us for a morning of skills, confidence, and community building.
We’ll spend some time on a few specific bike handling skills, then go for a short ride and talk about strategies for riding in different road, bike lane, and trail situations. Bring questions!
By the time you head home, you’ll feel more confident, comfortable, and happy on your bike. Plus it’s a blast.
This 3-hour class is designed to teach adults how to ride a bike. We start by teaching balance, then each rider proceeds at their own pace through starting/stopping, pedaling, and turning.
Our technique is fun, intuitive, and very successful! But it also will take hard work! Please wear closed-toe shoes, comfortable clothes, and bring along some water, a snack, and weather-appropriate outerwear.
Psssst, wanna know a secret? Riding a bike is a great way to get around! Okay, maybe you knew that already, but on our Secrets of Crystal City ride, we’ll open your eyes to a whole new side of one of Arlington’s signature neighborhoods. There’s just one thing about these Secrets…tell everyone to come and ride along with you!
Our community ride series is an inclusive space for riders of all levels to explore the city. We ride together on weekday nights, and each time we tackle different topics that urban riders use to get around the region.
Imagine an earthquake hitting the DC region. Overpasses crumble, the Potomac River takes out parts of bridges and traffic gridlock renders highways useless. While large motor vehicles struggle, Arlington residents with a bike and a backpack or a cargo bike and some bungees are able to transport food, messages, and supplies.
On September 29, join your friends and neighbors at Arlington’s first Disaster Relief Trial where Arlington’s Office of Emergency Management will simulate a disaster and you can be part of the response.
Photo credit: Jonathan Maus, BikePortland.org