March for Our Lives-March 24th Operating Schedule
Big crowds are expected in DC on Saturday, March 24th for the March for Our Lives, an anti-gun-violence rally organized by students, that could bring as many as 500,000 protesters to our nation’s capital. We have some slight modifications to our normal operating schedule.
-National Mall location will be open for rentals from 10-6, customers are encouraged to pick up rentals after noon to avoid crowds on metro
-Union Station will be open for rentals (walk-ups only) from 10-4
=10 AM Capital Sites tour will not run due to direct interference with March route.
-Sites by Segway tour will run at 6 PM only.
-Monuments bike tour will run on normal schedule, Blossoms by Bike will run at 12 PM and 3 PM.
For more information about the March for Our Lives, check out up to date information from the Washington Post by clicking here.
Between the opening of the National Museum of American History’s newest exhibit–The Nation We Built Together–and the start of the 50th annual Folklife Festival, it’s an exciting week to be part of the Smithsonian family! We wanted to share some photos and facts about these two events with you…check out all the info below!
So, you’ve booked a tour with us because you heard about us from a friend, or maybe you found us on TripAdvisor (we are #2 of 50 Outdoor Activities in DC, after all!). Or, maybe you’re renting a bike with us for the fiftieth time. Either way, there are some things to know before and after your tour so you can have the best experience. Here they are!
Bike and Roll DC’s fashion design team has been hard at work creating an awesome shirt that we’re sure will land you on the top of “Best Dressed” lists for years to come! (Well, you’ll definitely be on the top of our list ;)…). A wise man/woman once said, “Don’t sell a ‘souvenir’ shirt unless you’d personally wear it to a party.” With that proverb in mind, we were inspired to create a shirt that was the perfect mix of comfortable, fun and cool (just like our tours!) Introducing our hot-off-the-press, 2017 commemorative t-shirts…DRUM. ROLL. PLEASE…..
Whether you live a few metro stops away, or you’re flying across 11 time zones to see Dorothy’s Ruby Red slippers at The American History Smithsonian, we wanted to let you know about some fun things to do around DC this spring. There’s something for everyone here, from the solo spring breaker to the family of nine. Spring is in full swing in DC, so check out our list of things to do below!
Today marks one of our favorite days of the year—IT’S OFFICIALLY SPRING! To celebrate this segway (pun intended) into warmer weather and longer days, we’ve pulled together 5 places/events for you to ride your bike this spring! Check out our suggestions below: Read More
We’ve partnered with our friends at DC Bike Ride to offer you $10 off all tandem bike rentals throughout the month of February! Just reserve your rental on our website and use the code “HEART2017” at checkout. DC Bike Ride is also offering a $100 Visa gift card (for date night!) Enter to win here: http://dcbikeride.com/vdaygiveaway/
Do the dreary wintertime blues have you feeling a little down? Not to worry–we’ve picked a few fun-filled activities to bring you back to life this February! From presidential birthday celebrations to new museum exhibits to basketball games, there’s a little something for everyone! Here are 5 things to do in DC over the next 28 days: Read More
Today may be the shortest day of the year…but the upside is that tomorrow, the days are only getting longer! Even though the sunlight is scarce this time of year, that doesn’t mean that bike riding season is over. With a little knowledge and practice, winter bike riding can be a rewarding and fun activity. We’ve put together a few helpful tips for riding in the cold months.