Get outdoors and enjoy Washington, DC’s iconic sights, sounds and tastes on this car-free 20-mile bike ride.
If you’re looking for fun activities in the District this spring, you’ve found a gem with DC Bike Ride, happening on Saturday, May 16. With a family-friendly course, DC Bike Ride became the biggest celebration of cycling in DC by offering a unique experience to its participants. If you need further convincing, here are even more reasons to participate and then make sure to register.
Admission is free for kids ages 3-7, while youth under 17 are get 50% off.
Even the smallest of bike riders can participate or ride along as the course weaves through the nation's capital.
You will experience DC’s stunning views and sites like never before.
The event is the only closed-road, car-free bike ride in DC.
You and your fellow riders will have 20 miles of roads all to yourselves as you embark on the most epic journey through the District.
Pedaling at your own pace is encouraged.
DC Bike Ride is about having fun. You can make your way through the course at your own speed.
Connect and meet with other fun-lovers in the area.
DC Bike Ride doubles as a social gathering. Meet your active cohorts and make plans for future adventures in and around the District.
Make lasting memories this spring.
DC Bike Ride offers you a memorable experience with friends and family, with unlimited photo opportunities along the way. Enjoy the ride and make quick stops at our sMile Marks.
9 The recreational ride is inclusive and convenient.
Besides rentals at an affordable price and discounted entry to several categories, registrants have access to special accommodation and parking deals. And if you're looking for bike gear, the DC Bike Ride Shop has all you need to perfectly suit up for the day.
The event benefits safer streets and local initiatives.
DC Bike Ride is proud to support our local community by donating its proceeds to various nonprofits’ initiatives. The event has donated $120,000+ over the past five years to organizations like the Washington Area Bicyclist Association and the Wounded Warrior Project. Visit dcbikeride.com to register today.
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