COVID-19 Support Resources


Places you can help

See our blog post from earlier in the week.

Need a bike to get around during the pandemic?

You have a few options:

Capital Bikeshare is still operational

Bike shops are considered essential businesses in all three states and many are still open. Call first or connect on social media because they are all operating with safety precautions and slightly different procedures. 

Some local folks have put together this handy tool to help people donate bikes to people who need them. 

Stuck in your house because you or someone else in your household has symptoms?

Here are a number of volunteer organizations and mutual aid groups doing delivery and support:

Virginia: Fairfax County Request Form, Volunteer Arlington COVID-19 Care for Community page, City of Alexandria Resource List

Maryland: Montgomery County Volunteer Center , Prince George’s Food Equity Council

District of Columbia: DC Food Project

Just generally freaked out? 

Us too. Grief, trauma and instability are hitting all of us in a variety of ways. Be kind to yourself and your communities. That might be going for a bike ride or it might be curling up on the couch. We’ve got weekly virtual coffee hour and happy hour if you want to just talk with people about bikes, not bikes, or the impossibilities of doing three jobs at the same time, all the details at waba.org/fun.


Last updated by Colin Browne on April 1, 2020.