Celebrate Pie Day with a bike ride exploring some of the best pie shops in Arlington. This bike ride will be a five-mile ride beginning at Livin’ the Pie Life and ending at Acme Pie on Columbia Pike.
11 – 11:20 AM – Livin’ the Pie Life
11:20 AM – Ride to Next Stop
12 – 12:30 PM – Acme Pie
12:30 PM– Ride Ends
Need to Know
This event is BYOP (“Bring Your Own Pie”) so please bring cash or card to support and enjoy some pie from the local shops.
Helmets are required for this ride. This will be a no-drop ride of about 5 miles and the pace will be slow and social through mostly flat roads. Bring your family and friends!
7:30 PM – Meet at Westover Branch Library
7:30-7:45 PM – Learn from Astronomer, Jim Toomey
7:45 PM – Roll out
8:15 PM – Arrive at Tuckahoe Elementary School
8:15-8:45 PM – Observe the night sky with Astronomer, Dr. Jennifer Bartlett
8:45 PM – Ride back to Westover Branch Library
9 PM – Ride ends
Need to Know
This 2-mile ride will be slow-paced. Be ready to bike uphill to get the best night sky views. The ride will end at Minor Hill.
Helmets and lights are required for this ride. We will have sets available if you don’t have your own. This will be a hilly, no-drop ride of about 2 miles and the pace will be slow and social with stops along the way to learn about twilight. Bring your family and friends!
BikeArlington will take a small group on a bike tour to take in breathtaking views of the Cherry Blossoms in full bloom at sunset along the Mount Vernon Trail.
Need to know
The 5 mile ride will start at Virginia Highlands Park to the Mt. Vernon Trail to get riverside views, before heading back to Crystal City as the sun sets on the river.
Helmets and lights are required for this ride. We will have some sets available if you don’t have your own. Bring your family and friends to welcome in spring!
6:25- 6:35 PM – Check-in
6:35- 6:40 PM – Ride begins around Virginia Highlands
6:45-7:15 PM – Ride to Navy Merchant Marine Memorial along MVT
7:15-7:30 PM – Take in the view
7:30-8 PM – Ride ends at the Crystal City Metro Station
BikeArlington is teaming up with the Columbia Pike Wellness Festival to celebrate wellness with a bike ride. The Columbia Pike Wellness Festival will showcase the best of wellness on the Pike – for you that could mean a fitness studio, a spa treatment, or a neighborhood pharmacist. At BikeArlington, we find wellness in moving our bodies and seeing Arlington on two wheels.
Join us on a tour of Columbia Pike’s bike boulevards and the surrounding neighborhoods before returning to the Festival.
What to Know
This 3-4 mile ride is kid-friendly and will be at a social, no-drop pace.
What to Bring
Helmets are required. If you don’t have your own bike, you can grab a shared Capital Bikeshare bike or e-bike right from the station at Centro.
Soak in the sights and sounds of a spring morning with an early riser Bike & Bird Watching ride, led by Matt Felperin, Roving Naturalist for NOVA Parks, and an expert birder. Among other bird species, we hope to see some beautiful warblers who are tropical songbirds making their spring migration.
7:50 – 8:05AM – Meet at the Arlington Loop sign on the W&OD Trail at Columbia Pike
8:10AM – Ride begins
10AM – Ride ends back at Arlington Loop Sign
Need to Know
This 3 to 4 mile ride will consist of multiple stops along the way to look for birds. Bring your own binoculars. We will have a limited number of binoculars available for use.
Helmets are required for this ride. This will be a no-drop ride of about 3-4 miles and the pace will be slow and social. Bring your family and friends!