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Bike to Work Day 2015
The 2015 Downtown Bethesda Pit Stop was truly a celebration of two-wheeled commuting, with over 700 registrants, 436 cyclists checking in, and awesome event partners and prize donations!


We still have t-shirts, and there's one here for you if you came to the pit-stop but didn't get one. Sizes available are Small, Medium, and Large, while supplies last. Come on in and ask Allison in the front office for your preferred size. We are completely out of Extra Large.

Location: Offices of Bethesda Transportation Solutions, a division of the Bethesda Urban Partnership
7700 Old Georgetown Road, Lobby Level
Bethesda, MD 20814
(301) 656-0868
Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm, Monday through Friday

Thank You To Our State and Local Dignitaries

We were pleased to have Maryland State Delegate Ariana Kelly emcee the program for us. This year's program included Proclamations from the State Comptroller, Montgomery County, the State of Maryland, as well as from the Maryland State Legislature and Montgomery County Council. The complete list of speakers included:
  • MD State Delegate Ariana Kelly
  • Comptroller Peter Franchot
  • MD State Senator Susan Lee
  • MD State Delegate Marc Korman
  • Michael E. Jackson, Director of Bicycle and Pedestrian Access, Maryland Department of Transportation
  • Council Member Roger Berliner
  • Ken Hartman, Director of the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Services Center
Thank You To Our Sponsors, Event Partners, and Volunteers!

This event could never be so successful without the support and involvement of our local business community. Click here to see a complete list of sponsors.
Downtown Bethesda Bike Ride
If you would like to try biking to work are not sure where to start or if it's even for you, try riding with an expert from the Washington Area Bicyclists Association (WABA).

On Wednesday, June 24, you can explore the trails around Bethesda on this guided Educational Ride. The group will meet at the Bethesda Metro Station at 6:30 PM and ride until 8:00 PM. The ride will travel the Georgetown Branch Trail as well as the Bethesda Trolley Trail. This ride was originally scheduled for May 6, but Mother Nature had other plans that evening. Click here for more information about this class.
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