Lighten Up, Arlington

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Erin Potter Tweet Us @BikeArlington@BikeArlington November 9, 2016
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Erin Potter is the Program Manager for BikeArlington. She appreciates Arlington’s low-stress street and trail network, which allows her to get places easily by bike.

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In which BikeArlington, WalkArlington and AIRE spread a little Daylight Savings cheer with a light giveaway!

Content updated on 10/16/2017 to reflect 2017 events.

It’s the start of Daylight Savings! Which means that you get hungry an hour before lunch and your sleep schedule is not quite right. Shorter daylight hours means contending with dark conditions on roads and trails.

But, Arlington. It’s going to be okay. We’ll get through it together.

2017 Pop-up events

To help out, we’re hosting a few pop-up events. We’ll be cranking up some cheesy pop music and inviting our friends from WalkArlington to help us give out useful blinky lights and reflective gear to people walking and biking along the trails. Our awesome volunteers will be all smiles, standing at multiple corners to help people put the lights on their bikes.

Photo: Bike light event

We do this annually, and it’s a fantastic frenzy of lights and reflective goodies. Our hearts are always quite full as we watch the lines of little blinky lights wind up the trails into the night.

Monday, November 6

  • Custis Trail at Lynn Street and Route 29, near the Bikeometer (BikeArlington and WalkArlington)
  • 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Wednesday, November 8 (BikeArlington and WalkArlington)

  • W&OD Trail and Columbia Pike
  • 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Photo Credit:

Sam Kittner/Kittner.com

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