DC Bike Maps are Back!

      Do you commute by bike, or perhaps go for recreational rides? Whether you’re an occasional or devoted cyclist in the District, you now have an updated 2019 edition of the DC Bike Map at your disposal both online and in print. Cyclists can use the map to plan commuting and recreational trips since it shows off-street trails, a newly detailed mountain bike trail, and identifies the suitability of streets for bicycling. The map also provides riding tips and other resources for cyclists and scooter riders. The map can be downloaded as a PDF file and accessed online or from a mobile device.

      Free printed copies of the map are also now available at the following DC bike shops:

      • Bicycle Pro Shop - 3403 M Street NW
      • BicycleSPACE - 440 K Street NW
      • BicycleSPACE - 1512 Okie Street NE
      • Big Wheel Bikes - 1034 33rd Street NW
      • Bikestation - 50 Massachusetts Avenue NE
      • City Bikes - 2501 Champlain Street NW
      • City Bikes - 4810 Wisconsin Avenue NW
      • Conte's Bike Shop - 1331 4th Street SE, #107
      • District Hardware/Bikeshop - 730 Maine Avenue SW
      • Gearin' Up Bicycles - 314 Randolph Place NE
      • Rollin Cycles - 1314 14th Street NW, Suite A
      • The Bike House/Ace Hardware - 1240 Upshur Street NW
      • The Bike Rack - 1412 Q Street NW
      • The Bike Rack - 716 Monroe Street NE
      • The Daily Rider - 600 H Street NE, Suite D
      • Trek - 3411 M Street NW

      Need more information about biking in the District? Visit goDCgo.com/bike.

      For orders of 200 copies or more of the 2019 District Bike Map, email info@goDCgo.com or call 202.299.2186.

      WRITTEN BY: goDCgo

      goDCgo is an initiative of the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) that encourages the use of sustainable transportation. We provide complimentary transit resources and consulting services to DC organizations and commuters. Our goal serves to decrease traffic congestion, improve air quality and create a better quality of life in the DC area.

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