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July 3, 2014
Describe your first bike in one word.
Describe your first bike in one word.

A little celebration of biking and the 4th of July

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July 1, 2014
3 Feet to Pass, Please!
3 Feet to Pass, Please!

July 1 brings an updated safe passing law to the Virginia Code!

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May 1, 2014
Arlington is All-in for Bike/Walk to School Day!
Arlington is All-in for Bike/Walk to School Day!

Join the fun on May 7 by biking or walking to school!

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April 17, 2014
Bike To Work Day 2014 – How to Get to Arlington B2WD Pit Stops

This video shows you how easy it is to get to the six Bike To Work Day pit stops in Arlington. It's always better to know before you go! (video)

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April 15, 2014
Hello, Arlington!
Hello, Arlington!

Get to know Erin Potter, our new Events & Outreach Coordinator by reading this post!

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March 20, 2014
Congratulations to Freezing Saddles Competitors!
Congratulations to Freezing Saddles Competitors!

Congratulations to all of the participants of the Washington Area Bike Forum's Freezing Saddles Winter Riding Competition!

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December 30, 2013
Our Top 10 Arlington Bike "Favorites" From 2013
Our Top 10 Arlington Bike "Favorites" From 2013

As 2013 comes to a close, we at BikeArlington want to share a few of our favorite bike related accomplishments from around Arlington this year.

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November 1, 2013
Fall Back, Be A PAL

With the Daylight Saving Time change, winter days get shorter, and the nights get longer, we all still have to go about our business.  That means we’ll be walking, biking and driving in the dark more often, so it’s very important to be a PAL when you’re getting around Arlington after sunset.  Being visible is a crucial part of being Predictable, Alert, and Lawful.

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October 2, 2013
All Aboard the Bike Train
All Aboard the Bike Train

Do you remember going on field trips for school when you were a kid?  And did your teachers instruct you to use the "buddy system"?  In the bicycling world the buddy system applies to safety, and it's actually commonly referred to as "safety in numbers". When you combine children with biking, it becomes more apparent why this system is so important, and with Walk and Bike to School Day quickly approaching we can offer up some tips for you to feel comfortable about letting your child walk or bike to school this year!

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September 19, 2013
Go on a Break, with your Car
Go on a Break, with your Car

Have you ever had that awkward conversation with your girlfriend or boyfriend about going on a break because, let’s face it, you just need some time apart? Well it’s about time you had that conversation…with your car. Don’t worry, we’re here to make that transition as easy as pie for you (your car will get over it). This weekend thousands of people will be parting ways with their four-wheeled friend for one, two or three days as part of Car Free Day(s).

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Recent Posts

Describe your first bike in one word.
Describe your first bike in one word.

A little celebration of biking and the 4th of July

Read More
3 Feet to Pass, Please!
3 Feet to Pass, Please!

July 1 brings an updated safe passing law to the Virginia Code!

Read More
Arlington is All-in for Bike/Walk to School Day!
Arlington is All-in for Bike/Walk to School Day!

Join the fun on May 7 by biking or walking to school!

Read More
Bike To Work Day 2014 – How to Get to Arlington B2WD Pit Stops

This video shows you how easy it is to get to the six Bike To Work Day pit stops in Arlington. It's always better to know before you go! (video)

Read More
Hello, Arlington!
Hello, Arlington!

Get to know Erin Potter, our new Events & Outreach Coordinator by reading this post!

Read More
Congratulations to Freezing Saddles Competitors!
Congratulations to Freezing Saddles Competitors!

Congratulations to all of the participants of the Washington Area Bike Forum's Freezing Saddles Winter Riding Competition!

Read More
Our Top 10 Arlington Bike "Favorites" From 2013
Our Top 10 Arlington Bike "Favorites" From 2013

As 2013 comes to a close, we at BikeArlington want to share a few of our favorite bike related accomplishments from around Arlington this year.

Read More
Fall Back, Be A PAL

With the Daylight Saving Time change, winter days get shorter, and the nights get longer, we all still have to go about our business.  That means we’ll be walking, biking and driving in the dark more often, so it’s very important to be a PAL when you’re getting around Arlington after sunset.  Being visible is a crucial part of being Predictable, Alert, and Lawful.

Read More
All Aboard the Bike Train
All Aboard the Bike Train

Do you remember going on field trips for school when you were a kid?  And did your teachers instruct you to use the "buddy system"?  In the bicycling world the buddy system applies to safety, and it's actually commonly referred to as "safety in numbers". When you combine children with biking, it becomes more apparent why this system is so important, and with Walk and Bike to School Day quickly approaching we can offer up some tips for you to feel comfortable about letting your child walk or bike to school this year!

Read More
Go on a Break, with your Car
Go on a Break, with your Car

Have you ever had that awkward conversation with your girlfriend or boyfriend about going on a break because, let’s face it, you just need some time apart? Well it’s about time you had that conversation…with your car. Don’t worry, we’re here to make that transition as easy as pie for you (your car will get over it). This weekend thousands of people will be parting ways with their four-wheeled friend for one, two or three days as part of Car Free Day(s).

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