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BikeLoudoun Makes the News!

Check out Loudoun Now's article, A Town on Two Wheels ...

Thank you, Loudoun Now!

Franklin Park to P'ville Trail Public Info Meeting, June 7th, 7:00 PM

Franklin Park to Purcellville Trail 
Public Information Meeting Regarding Alignment Options

Upcoming June Envision Loudoun Workshops


LOVEworks Sculpture Dedication, May 20th


The LOVEworks Sculpture is being installed this week at the corner of the W&OD Trail and Harrison Street!  The dedication is set for 9:00a.m. on Saturday, May 20th and all are welcome to attend.  should be an impressive sight!  Letters are 7 feet high and about 16 feet long made out of channel steel and bike parts, created by local sculptor Mike Clay.

From 10-4 that day is a pop-up art show with 15-20 artists including the sculpture garden artists.  Pittsburgh Rick's will be there too from 10-2. 

Bike to Work Day, May 19th



On Friday May 19, 2017 Commuter Connections and the Washington Area Bicyclist Association invite you to celebrate bicycling as a clean, fun, and healthy way to get to work. Be one of the first 16,000 to register and attend a pit stop in D.C., MD, and VA to receive a free T-shirt, refreshments, and be entered into a raffle for a new bicycle.

Leesburg Debuts New Bike Trail Network!

Check out Leesburg, Virginia's website

Leesburg Debuts New Bike Trail Network! Town officials will unveil new trail signage on Saturday, April 22, 2017, at 9:00 a.m. in Fox Ridge Park ... read more here:

Official Opening of the Leesburg Loop Ride, April 22


Official Opening of the Leesburg Loop Ride
Saturday, April 22, 2017

9:00 AM
Loudoun County High School
415 Dry Mill Road, SW , Leesburg, VA

Meet at 8:45 in the high school parking lot nearest the W&OD.

Bike to Work Day Registration Is Open!


Bike To Work Day is May 16 and registration is now open!!

Read more and register today here:

Volunteers Needed for Flower & Garden Festival Booth



In connection with the opening of the Town of Leesburg’s new bike route called the Leesburg Loop, in which we have been actively involved, we will be manning a booth at the Leesburg Flower and Garden Festival on Saturday April 22 and Sunday April 23rd to promote the new Bike Trail and increase public use and awareness. 

Movement towards more safe routes?


For all those who fit in the category of "those who stick mostly to quiet side streets and off-road trails because the thought of riding in traffic terrifies them," this article from The Washington Post is encouraging!

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