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.

Bike To Work Day is May 16th - Register for Free Now!

Bike to Work Day is Friday, May 16. And this year, Arlington County will have six pit stops. Morning events will be in Crystal City, Columbia Pike, East Falls Church near the Metro Station, Ballston, and Rosslyn. And in the afternoon, East Falls Church, directly adjacent to the W&OD Trail.

Arlington County's New Bikeometer

The first real time bicycle counter on the East Coast has been unveiled along the Custis Trail at Lee Highway and Lynn Street.  Learn more about about the Bikeometer here.

Invitation to Bikeometer Unveiling

Four Mile Run Trail Closure

Starting December 2013 and running for approximately 6 months, a short section of the Four Mile Run Trail in Potomac Yard near the junction with the Mt. Vernon Trail will be closed during most commuting hours due to demolition of a bridge overhead.  For more details, including detour information, visit the Washington Area Bike Forum and the NVRC webpage.