One of the area's most popular cycling events is just around the corner! Join cycling enthusiasts and the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) for the annual Cider Ride on Saturday, November 3. Sign up today, if you haven't already, as spaces fill up quickly.
The Cider Ride is WABA's fall community bike ride, fundraiser, and celebration of the beautiful bicycling trails and paths throughout the region. The ride starts and finishes in DC’s Edgewood neighborhood and winds its way from Northeast DC to Maryland’s Anacostia Tributary Trails through Hyattsville and College Park.
Participants may choose from the 10-mile family-friendly trail to more challenging 30 or 50-mile routes. Cider and snack stops are provided along the way. After the ride, be sure to stop by the post-ride celebration taking place at the charming Dew Drop Inn.
For the third year in a row, EYA is proud to be the title sponsor of WABA's Cider Ride, encouraging alternate modes of transportation and supporting a healthier lifestyle for everyone.
WABA works tirelessly in the D.C. metro area to promote bicycling as a fun, healthy, and affordable means of transportation. By advocating for better bicycling conditions and transportation choices, WABA helps to create a healthier environment for the D.C. area and its residents.
Click here to sign up for the Cider Ride and learn more about WABA.
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