Go explore your city
Whether you're riding along the historic C & O canal bike path near our Georgetown store or skirting traffic to get across town," finding the best way to get there"is important when you are trying to get around the region by bike. Fortunately, there are maps, apps, websites, and tools to help you find your way off the path. Listed below are some of our favorite online way-finding tools and maps.
The District continues to show its commitment to bicyclists by providing the infrastructure necessary to make moving about the city safe and convenient. The District currently has more than 69 miles of marked bike lanes within its bounds and has installed separated bike lanes on 15th Street, NW, 1st St. NE, 6th St. NE, L St NW and M St. NW. The Capital Crescent, Rock Creek, and Metropolitan Branch trails all run through the District, and numerous other trails radiate from the city into surrounding counties. You can plan your route by visiting GoDCGo’s interactive map, or visit GoDCGo’s website for more biking information.
Whether you are looking for a relaxing ride, commuting route to work, or a strategy for doing errands, the user-friendly Arlington Bike Map
will introduce you to the County's bicycle network of trails, bike lanes, and bike routes. For more bicycle trails and safety and security information, visit Bike Arlington
The updated Alexandria bike map is here! The map includes on and off-street bikeways, Capital Bikeshare stations, safety tips, useful phone numbers and resources, and more. Click here to view it.
For more information about bike paths around the area, please visit Washington Area Bicyclist Association.