Happy Earth Day! Whether you’re an avid cyclist or an occasional rider–you’re doing more than you know to help improve our environment. Let’s take a look at 5 of the many ways riding a bike helps the earth!
The Cherry Blossoms may be gone, but it’s still springtime in the nation’s capital! We’ve compiled a list of a few things to pull you from your winter hibernation and outside to enjoy the beautiful weather…Experience the great outdoors, drink some beer, go to a baseball game…and more!
Each year, the National Cherry Blossom Festival celebrates spring in Washington, DC, the gift of the cherry blossom trees, and the enduring friendship between the people of the United States and Japan. The Festival produces and coordinates daily events featuring diverse and creative programming promoting traditional and contemporary arts and culture, natural beauty, and community spirit. Events are primarily free and open to the public. For more information about the Festival, visit www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org. We’ve compiled some insider info about the best ways to see the star of the Festival….the trees!
Have you heard the exciting news about the first ever DC Bike Ride?! Bike and Roll DC is proud to be a supporting partner of DC Bike Ride. On May 22nd, thousands of cyclists will ride across Washington, DC on a unique car-free tour of the nation’s capital (something we know a little bit about!) If you’re interested in participating and would like to rent a bike…we’ve got you covered! Reserve your bike online here: http://bit.ly/DCBikeRideRentals2016
Do you have a passion for history, a commitment to customer service and a love for all things Washington, DC?! You’re in luck! Bike and Roll DC is now hiring for full and part-time bike and Segway tour guides for our 2016 season. Prior experience is a plus, but not required. Keep reading for a full job description:
it’s beginning to look a lot like…Springtime?! It’s been an unseasonably warm December so far, and we’re celebrating by renting bikes until snow hits the ground! If you and your group would like to rent bikes in DC, rentals are available at our Union Station location only, Monday-Friday from 10 AM to Dusk and on weekends, weather permitting. Either reserve your rental online (click the RESERVE NOW button above) or walk-up to our Union Station Location.
Our Union Station location is located at the intersection of 1st st & Massachusetts ave NE, just to the west of Union Station, within the new Bikestation. When coming from inside the Union Station Grand Hall, turn right upon exiting and walk towards the western side of the building. From the metro, exit toward shops and turn left at the top of the escalators and walk through the stone arches to the Bikestation.
Check back here for news about our weekend openings!
BIKE RENTALS AVAILABLE THIS WEEKEND, DECEMBER 11TH AND 12TH!
We are SO excited to announce our newest tour–Christmas on Wheels! Experience DC at its most magical with the first ever (and one of a kind!) Christmas tour on bikes and Segways! Our official annoucement is below, but be sure to check back for more details as we get closer to kick-off!
It’s that time of year again folks…it’s time for Bike and Roll DC’s annual bike sale!
Stop by Bike and Roll DC any time from 11 AM-3 PM through Sunday, November 15. We will be selling our well-maintained Trek Verve 3 Adult Comfort Hybrid bikes in a wide variety of sizes to fit your cycling needs. Additionally–we’ll also be selling tandem bikes and the super cool “DC Cool” Electra Ticino bikes.
Bike and Roll will help you begin your two-wheeled adventure–don’t miss out on these amazing deals on high quality bikes!
As always, the sales are cash only and final, so please come prepared (and excited to go home with a bicycle!). The sale will be held at our National Mall location in L’Enfant Plaza.
Click on the flyer below for more info.
Washington DC is about to receive a pretty important guest. Scratch that, Washington DC is about to receive THE MOST important guest when Pope Francis arrives in our Nation’s Capital next week. According to WMATA, “Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to attend events during the Papal visit, which will likely result in crowding and delays on trains and buses, and could produce near Inauguration ridership levels at selected stations.” Although all modes of transportation during the Pope’s visit will pose some challenges, experts agree that biking is the best way to get around. We’ve put together some helpful information for all those planning to BIKE while Pope Francis ROLLs (via Pope Mobile) through town.
Whether you’re visiting DC for Labor Day Weekend, or you’re a local sticking around and looking for something fun to do, we’ve got you covered. Music, Food and Sports—sounds like the perfect trifecta for a fun-filled weekend. Check out the details below!