The fourth annual D.C. Bike Ride shut down 20 miles of city streets so cyclists could take in views of the District on routes that would usually be thronged with cars.
The fourth annual D.C. Bike Ride returns this weekend, and though cyclists are surely stoked about their 20-mile route, area drivers should be aware that the event brings lots of road closures. Here’s what you need to know.
Major Metro track work slows riders on five of six lines this weekend, and there are some significant road closures planned around the area. Here’s what you need to know.
Riding a bike through downtown D.C. can be stressful, to say the least. Cars weave in and out of traffic, buses pull in and out of stops and pedestrians don’t always wait their turn to cross the street. But on May 19, all of those obstacles go away.
Streets around the National Mall, West Potomac Park, Arlington and other areas will be closed to accommodate cyclists for the DC Bike Ride Sunday.
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