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.
Halloween can be scary…but riding a bike doesn’t have to be! Come join us for our Arlington Halloween Community Ride as we explore one of Arlington’s signature neighborhoods, visit the most impressively decked out street, and learn a few things along the way. So, don’t be afraid to bring yourself, your bike, your helmet, a sense of adventure, and a fun costume, if you like. WABA’s trained bicycling instructors will provide a fun ride and answer your biking questions, and our friends from Trek & BikeArlington will provide some tasty treats.
Registration is $10 to reserve a spot. If there is room, walk-ups are free.
We invite you and your kiddos to come along with us as we learn about the National Park in our backyard—The George Washington Memorial Parkway.
There are two great ways to join in on the fun: a walk hosted by WalkArlington and a bike ride hosted by Kidical Mass and BikeArlington. National Parks Service Rangers will join both groups and share family-friendly information and neat activities. At the end of the event, everyone gets sworn in as Junior Rangers!
Both the walk and bike ride are geared towards families and kids, so the pace will be casual and slow. Everyone is welcome.
When you sign up, please choose whether you will be joining us for the walk or the bike ride. Note: the starting locations are different, but both events will finish at Theodore Roosevelt Island for a joint Junior Ranger ceremony.
The event is free, but please register online.
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.
Let’s get multi-modal! Are you thinking about taking your bike on the Metro? Do you already take your bike on the Metro and want to get some cool riding tips? Just wanna do an interesting bike ride that includes a train ride? Then join WABA for a “Sunday Bike Trainin’ Day” Community Ride. We’ll explore some friendly routes to and from the Metro, take our bikes for a short ride on the train, and learn a few things along the way. Bring your Metro card or easily get a fare card at the station.
Join us on Friday, Nov. 30 as County leaders and project partners celebrate a new link in Arlington’s bike/pedestrian trail network!
This project constructed a 10-foot-wide paved bicycle and pedestrian trail along the west side of Washington Boulevard. The new trail section links with the project’s first phase, built between Arlington Boulevard and Walter Reed Drive, and provides a new north-south connection between the Arlington Boulevard Trail and Columbia Pike.
The event will take place along the trail on the east side of Towers Park, near the corner of 9th Street South and South Rolfe Street. After remarks from our speakers, Capital Bikeshare bikes will be available for attendees to try out the new trail!
Join BikeArlington’s crafters to create your very own accessory from recycled bike tubes! Perfect for events formal and fun, attendees can make a dapper bow tie or snazzy pair of earrings.
BikeArlington is hosting this workshop as for GRUMP, a charming arts and craft show just in time for the holidays.
More about GRUMP:
Shop handmade and local at GRUMP Rosslyn at SPACES (The former Artisphere) in Rosslyn on December 1, 2018.
GRUMP Rosslyn 2018 will feature 45 unique vendors, a full day of free arts workshops, and many opportunities to meet a Yeti OR TWO. GRUMP is a fantastic way to shop handmade and local this holiday season, meet your creative neighbors, all while hanging out in the beautiful SPACES (formerly The Artisphere) building.