Bike to Work Day
Registration is open for the 2021 Bike to Work Day, planned for Friday, May 21.
Register online for free, pick your preferred physically distanced pit stop and select an arrival time. Then, take a break from your ride on May 21 at the registered pit stop and time to pick up your T-shirt. Staggered hours and COVID-19 mitigation policies will be in place, including a face covering requirement. For more information, view the Regional COVID Safety Policies for Bike to Work Day..
The Loudoun County pit stops are adjacent to the Washington and Old Dominion (W&OD) Trail in:
- Leesburg at Raflo Park on Harrison Street, from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.; and
- Sterling, just east of Route 28, at the Sterling Ruritan Club, 183 Ruritan Road, from 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
To find your pit stop, use the Find Your Pit Stop tool..
Bike to Work Day is coordinated regionally by the Washington Area Bicyclist Association and Commuter Connections, and is held rain or shine. The event attracts thousands of cyclists in the region. The local arrangements are planned by Loudoun County Commuter Services.
For more information, including promotional materials, email Judy Galen with Loudoun County Commuter Services, or call 703-737-8044.
Help Us Get the Word Out
Help us promote Bike to Work Day by sharing a photo or testimonial about your experience by email to Loudoun County Commuter Services.
Share a Photo or Selfie from Bike to Work Day
Have a great photo of your participation in Bike to Work Day we can use to inspire others to join in the fun? Participants are invited to send their favorite Bike to Work Day selfies or photos by email to Loudoun County Commuter Services. Photos provided to Loudoun County Commuter Services may be selected for use on our website or in promotional materials for this event.
Tell Us Why You Love Bike to Work Day
"I am excited for Bike to Work Day this year. I bike 17 miles each way from Leesburg to Reston on the W&OD for work a few times a week. This has helped me lose over 50 pounds over the last two years!"
“I first participated in Bike to Work Day a few years ago with a co-worker. It was so enjoyable that I have made it part of my spring through fall routine. In addition to the benefits of exercise, I have found that I look forward to the days I get to ride my bike to work. I feel more energized and productive. I truly recommend that everyone try it at least once.”
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