• National Bike Month

    Did you know that May is National Bike Month? 

    Established in 1956, National Bike Month is a chance to showcase the many benefits of bicycling — and encourage more folks to giving biking a try.  As part of National Bike Month, National Bike to Work Week is held the third week of May, with Bike to Work Day being on that Friday.  

    COVID-19 Information:

    Due to Covid-19, Bike to Work Day is cancelled this year, but there is still plenty you can do to keep yourself in the cycling loop and ready to roll once the COVID-19 crisis is over.

    Smart Cycling Videos from the League of American Bicyclists

    Learn to be a smarter, safer cyclist without even leaving your home by watching this collection of short videos! Learn about trail etiquette, bike maintenance, proper helmet fit, and more.

    Find Virtual Comradery with the Washington Area Bicyclist Association

    You're not the only one whose feet are itching to get back in the pedals. Head over to WABA's website and check out their virtual hangouts and classes! You will find everything from a reading club to tips and tricks for safe cycling.

    Take a Ride Down a Parkway

    Did you know that on weekends, portions of Sligo Creek Parkway, Beach Drive, and Little Falls Parkway are closed to traffic so people may exercise and practice social distancing? Click here to find out more information!


    BTS has worked with partners like Silver and the Washington Area Bicyclists Association (WABA) to plan other fun events that celebrate biking!

    Bike to Work Day Pit Stop in Downtown Bethesda - 

    The original and biggest Bike Month event! Hundreds of cyclists gathered in the morning on the corner of Woodmont and Bethesda Avenues for free breakfast, speakers, a DJ, a raffle with tons of prizes including a brand new bike from Griffin Cycle!

    Bike FROM Work Meet-Up

    The afternoon of Bike to Work Day, we partnered with Silver, along the Capital Crescent Trail, for a Bike FROM Work Meet-Up!

    Confident City Cycling Classes

    We are working to make it as easy as possible to bike to work, but we recognize that it can still be daunting to ride in urban areas. For that reason, BTS regularly teams up with the Washington Area Bicyclist Association  and Montgomery County Commuter Services to host Confident City Cycling Classes during Bike Month and throughout the year taught by a certified WABA instructor! For more information on our Bike classes, click here.

Bethesda Bike Month Partners