Bike and Roll on ABC News!

A few weeks ago, we were lucky enough to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the National Park Service alongside ABC News and reporter Maggie Rulli.  Our guides Nick and Jason took Maggie on an abbreviated tour of the National Mall and Memorial Parks (NAMA).  The tour was live-streamed on, so viewers were able to get a real-time Bike and Roll Experience!  Not to worry–we have the full video available for you to check out all the Five Star Fun!  Keep reading for some facts about NAMA and the video link!


1.) National Mall and Memorial Parks (NAMA) is responsible for more than 1,000 acres of parkland containing many of the United States’ more significant natural and cultural resources. The sites of NAMA are cherished symbols of our nation, known worldwide and depicted on everything from currency to the nightly news.

2.) NAMA administers, interprets, maintains, and preserves the Washington Monument, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, D.C. War Memorial, World War II Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, George Mason Memorial, Pennsylvania Avenue from the Capitol to the White House, the National Mall, East and West Potomac Parks, Constitution Gardens, 60 statues, and numerous other historic sites, memorials, and parklands.

3.) NAMA contains more than 80 historic structures and over 150 major named historic parks, squares, circles and triangles. Park resources include the 2,000 American elms which line the Mall and the 3,000 internationally-renowned Japanese cherry trees which grace the Tidal Basin.

4.) With everything from colossal monuments to commemorative gardens, from presidential inaugurals to civil rights demonstrations, NAMA hosts history in the making. Numerous First Amendment activities and special events are held in the park each year. The park continues to evolve as Americans seek new ways to recognize our heritage.  The sites of National Mall and Memorial Parks are a testament to America’s past and present where the values of our nation are presented in a masterful blending of formal history and tradition and informal contemporary life.