¡Estamos contratando! Se solicita unx Coordinadorx de Divulgación Comunitaria

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WABA, la Asociación de Ciclistas del Área de Washington, está buscando unx Coordinadorx de Divulgación Comunitaria de tiempo completo para unirse a nuestro equipo de Programas. Esta posición será responsable por la divulgación de nuestros programas para personas que se identifiquen como mujeres/trans/femme y/o como Latinx en el área de Washington, DC. Esta posición reportará directamente a la Outreach Manager (Gerente de Divulgación) y es clave para nuestra estrategia de promoción al uso de la bicicleta. La persona trabajará junto al equipo de programas para desarrollar nuevas estrategias de difusión en línea con el compromiso de WABA con la equidad, la diversidad y la inclusión en toda la región.

En promedio, el 60% de las personas clasifican su interés en andar en bicicleta como “interesadas pero preocupadas” y estarían dispuestas a andar en bicicleta si se contestarían sus preguntas o inquietudes. Como una estrategia para aumentar la cantidad de personas que andan en bicicleta, el programa de divulgación de WABA busca reducir las barreras para el ciclismo, construir enlaces y comunidad y alentar a nuevos ciclistas a través de la programación, recursos y eventos. Nuestro enfoque reconoce que la identidad, los barrios, la experiencia vivida y otros factores influencian la experiencia de todos con el ciclismo y, por lo tanto, nuestro programa también debe ser específico y culturalmente competente.

La/el Coordinadorx de Divulgación Comunitaria facilitará, conectará y creará programas para apoyar y aumentar el número de personas que andan en bicicleta en la región de DC que se identifiquen como mujeres/trans/femme y Latinx. La persona ejecutará y mejorará el exitoso programa de Mujeres y Bicicletas (Women & Bicycles) basado en la tutoría entre pares, el intercambio de conocimientos y la construcción de la comunidad. El programa ha duplicado el número de mujeres en bicicleta en la región de DC desde que comenzó en 2013. Informado por la experiencia y el conocimiento del programa, la/el Coordinadorx ampliará la programación de WABA enfocada en la comunidad Latinx.

Responsabilidades

La/el Coordinadorx de Divulgación Comunitaria, con el apoyo de la Gerente de Alcance, desarrollará e implementará una programación creativa y cautivadora enfocada en apoyar y hacer crecer las comunidades de mujeres/trans/femme (50% del tiempo) y Latinx (50% del tiempo) en bicicleta en Washington, DC a través de eventos organizados por WABA y conectando grupos e individuos.

La/el Coordinadorx será responsable por:

  • Ejecutar un programa de divulgación interseccional que reconozca la multitud de identidades y promueva la diversidad, la inclusión y la equidad.
  • Planificar y organizar actividades, reuniones, atracciones, talleres y otros eventos que apoyen y aumenten el conocimiento y el numero de ciclistas en las comunidades mujeres/trans/femme y Latinx, con un enfoque particular en asegurar que los más marginalizados se sientan incluidos.
  • Fomentar, apoyar y proporcionar materiales y recursos para que los miembros de la comunidad organicen sus propias reuniones y otros eventos para el conocimiento y el numero de ciclistas a través de su propio compromiso y tutoría entre pares.
  • Planificar y facilitar el programa Roll Models (Modelos a Seguir), un programa de apoyo entre pares dedicado a alentar, educar y capacitar a las mujeres/trans/femme que andan en bicicleta.
  • Apoyar y alentar los programas, eventos y comunicaciones de WABA para que sean más accesibles y acogedores para las comunidades Latinx y de mujeres/trans/femme, incluso a través del alcance y la construcción de relaciones, recursos impresos y en línea, y facilitando las traducciones al español.
  • Participar en el grupo de Facebook de Mujeres y Bicicletas que tiene más de 7,000 miembros, actualmente dirigido por moderadoras voluntarias dedicadas.
  • Establecer relaciones con grupos comunitarios para apoyar sus eventos y compartir los recursos y la programación existentes de WABA.

Calificaciones

Usted debe presentar una solicitud si cumple con el 75 – 85% + de los siguientes criterios:

  • Habilidades interpersonales, tanto verbales como escritas, sinceras y entusiasmadas.
  • Habilidades creativas para resolver problemas, atención al detalle y capacidad para innovar.
  • Ideas creativas para eventos y participación.
  • Experiencia con la divulgación pública.
  • Experiencia vivida y/o competencia cultural con las comunidades priorizadas.
  • Dominio nativo, bilingüe o profesional completo del español.
  • Excelentes habilidades de comunicación en entornos informales y a través de líneas de diferencia.
  • Un historial comprobado por ser confiable, puntual y comunicativa.
  • Tener la disposición a ampliar su conocimiento sobre los impactos sociales de la raza, el género, la identidad y cómo se intersectan con su trabajo.
  • Un fuerte compromiso con la misión, visión y objetivos de diversidad, inclusión y equidad de WABA.
  • Un compromiso de respetar, incluir y ser amable con todos.
  • Un compromiso de ser unx ciclista segurx y ejemplar.
  • La capacidad de organizar el tiempo inteligentemente y equilibrar múltiples prioridades.
  • Disponibilidad de trabajo por la noche y fines de semana.

Sobre WABA

La Asociación de Ciclistas del Área de Washington (WABA, por sus siglas en inglés) está trabajando para crear una región saludable y más habitable promoviendo el ciclismo para la diversión, el ejercicio y el transporte asequible; abogando por mejores condiciones para andar en bicicleta y opciones de transporte para un ambiente más saludable; y educando a niños, adultos y automovilistas sobre el ciclismo seguro.

Los programas de WABA, desde la educación juvenil hasta la organización comunitaria de base, involucran a los residentes del condado de Prince George’s, el condado de Montgomery, Alexandria, el condado de Arlington, el condado de Fairfax y Washington, DC. Seis mil miembros que pagan cuotas y miles de seguidores generosos han ayudado a WABA a transformar el ciclismo en la región una y otra vez durante sus casi 50 años de historia.

WABA imagina una región en la que el ciclismo es alegre, seguro, popular y liberador; respaldado por la infraestructura, leyes, actividades e inversiones necesarias; y donde los ciclistas reflejan la increíble diversidad de nuestras comunidades.

Detalles de Empleo

Este puesto es a tiempo completo. El rango de salario esperado es de $ 40,000 a $ 45,000. El puesto se basa en la oficina de WABA en Adams Morgan, Washington, DC. Se espera que todos los empleados trabajen algunas noches y fines de semana con tiempo compensatorio a cambio. Esta posición reportará a la Outreach Manager (Gerente de Divulgación) de WABA.

Los beneficios incluyen el 100% de las primas de seguro de salud/dental/visión cubiertas por WABA; vacaciones y baja por enfermedad; colegas comprometidos; un ambiente de trabajo divertido; seguro opcional de accidentes y/o discapacidad; programa de jubilación 403 (b); estacionamiento interior para bicicletas; y sorprendentes cantidades de paletas.

WABA se compromete a proporcionar igualdad de oportunidades de empleo para todas las personas, independientemente de su raza, color, religión, origen nacional, estado civil, antecedentes penales o condenas penales, afiliación política, orientación sexual o identidad de género, discapacidad, sexo o edad.

Cómo Aplicar

Envíe una carta de presentación y currículum como PDF(s) a jobs@waba.org. Incluya ” Coordinadorx de Divulgación Comunitaria” en la línea de asunto. Llamadas telefónicas al (202) 518-0524 x206 solamente si no tienes acceso fácil a internet, por favor.

Las aplicaciones serán revisadas de forma continua; el puesto permanecerá publicado hasta que se cubra. Se recomienda a los candidatos interesados ​​que presenten su solicitud antes del miércoles 4 de septiembre. Solo los candidatos seleccionados para una entrevista serán contactados.

Confident City Cycling

Register Cost Location

More joy, less stress! Riding your bike doesn’t have to be stressful. Join us for a morning of skills, confidence, and community building. We’ll spend some time on a few specific bike handling skills, then go for a short ride and talk about strategies for riding in different road, bike lane, and trail situations. Bring questions! By the time you head home, you’ll feel more confident, comfortable, and happy on your bike. Plus it’s a blast.

This is going to be fun!

Riding your bike doesn’t have to be stressful. Join us for a morning of skills, confidence, and community building.

We’ll spend some time on a few specific bike handling skills, then go for a short ride and talk about strategies for riding in different road, bike lane, and trail situations. Bring questions!

By the time you head home, you’ll feel more confident, comfortable, and happy on your bike. Plus it’s a blast.

Something for everyone

Whether you’ve just learned to ride or you’ve been bike commuting for years, we’ve got new things to share with you. Our experienced League Certified Instructors will make sure that you’re working on skills that match your level of comfort and experience on your bike.

Is this class right for you?

  • Do you know how to ride a bicycle?
  • Are you comfortable riding a bike for at least 30 minutes?
  • Are you able to start and stop your bike in a controlled manner?

If you answered “no” to any of the above questions, then a Learn to Ride or a Basic Skills Clinic is best for you.

What to bring:

  • Questions! We love them! Do you have a particular bike situation you’ve always wondered about? That’s what we’re here for.
  • A bike, helmet, water and a snack.
  • Flat pedals. Toe clips, clipless pedals, or other gizmos that attach your feet to your pedals aren’t recommended. If you don’t know what this means, your pedals will work fine.

What does it cost?

Ten bucks! What a deal!

Drop-ins are free! But space is limited, so we recommend you register below ahead of time to hold your spot! Otherwise, walk up to any class at least 15 minutes before we start so we can have you fill out a little bit of paperwork.

Are you a WABA or Capital Bikeshare member? Then the class is free. Email or call 202-518-0524 x221 for a coupon.

Event Location

Jones Point Park
Jones Point Drive
Alexandria, VA 23242

(Meet underneath the overpass)

Driving/Parking
Parking is available at this location via S Royal Street.

Metro
The Metro is currently inaccessible at Eisenhower and Huntington due to platform improvement projects. Through Sept 8th, shuttle buses will replace trains on the Yellow Line between Huntington and Crystal City and on the Blue Line between Franconia and Pentagon.

Biking
Jones Point Park is on the Mount Vernon Trail. The nearest Capital Bikeshare station is about five blocks away on the Northwest Corner of S Royal and Gibbon Streets.

Register

Confident City Cycling

Register Cost Location

More joy, less stress! Riding your bike doesn’t have to be stressful. Join us for a morning of skills, confidence, and community building. We’ll spend some time on a few specific bike handling skills, then go for a short ride and talk about strategies for riding in different road, bike lane, and trail situations. Bring questions! By the time you head home, you’ll feel more confident, comfortable, and happy on your bike. Plus it’s a blast.

This is going to be fun!

Riding your bike doesn’t have to be stressful. Join us for a morning of skills, confidence, and community building.

We’ll spend some time on a few specific bike handling skills, then go for a short ride and talk about strategies for riding in different road, bike lane, and trail situations. Bring questions!

By the time you head home, you’ll feel more confident, comfortable, and happy on your bike. Plus it’s a blast.

Something for everyone

Whether you’ve just learned to ride or you’ve been bike commuting for years, we’ve got new things to share with you. Our experienced League Certified Instructors will make sure that you’re working on skills that match your level of comfort and experience on your bike.

Is this class right for you?

  • Do you know how to ride a bicycle?
  • Are you comfortable riding a bike for at least 30 minutes?
  • Are you able to start and stop your bike in a controlled manner?

If you answered “no” to any of the above questions, then a Learn to Ride or a Basic Skills Clinic is best for you.

What to bring:

  • Questions! We love them! Do you have a particular bike situation you’ve always wondered about? That’s what we’re here for.
  • A bike, helmet, water and a snack.
  • Flat pedals. Toe clips, clipless pedals, or other gizmos that attach your feet to your pedals aren’t recommended. If you don’t know what this means, your pedals will work fine.

What does it cost?

Ten bucks! What a deal!

Drop-ins are free! But space is limited, so we recommend you register below ahead of time to hold your spot! Otherwise, walk up to any class at least 15 minutes before we start so we can have you fill out a little bit of paperwork.

Are you a WABA or Capital Bikeshare member? Then the class is free. Email or call 202-518-0524 x221 for a coupon.

Event Location

Four Mile Run Park Plaza
4121 Mt. Vernon Avenue
Alexandria, VA 232305

Driving/Parking
Parking is available at this location off of Mt. Vernon Avenue, either at the Four Mile Run Field Park or in front of Casa Chirilagua.

MetroBus
Go multi-modal! The bus stop at the Plaza is served by buses 10A, 10B, 10E, 23A, and 23B. Not sure how to get your bike on a bus, check out our post on going multi-modal for tips and tricks.

Biking
Four Mile Run Park is right off of Four Mile Run Trail and the Four Mile Rune Park Trail, accessible via the Mount Vernon Trail. There is a Capital Bikeshare station at the plaza.

Register

Sugar Shuffle through Old Town Alexandria

Register Cost Location

Sweeten up your afternoon with a family-friendly ride in Old Town Alexandria. Come enjoy the nice weather and extra hours of summer lighting with WABA. Our casual, conversation pace ride will help you satisfy your sweet tooth, whether you are craving ice cream, cupcakes, donuts, or chocolate (or all of the above!).

Our community education ride series is an inclusive space for riders of varying experience and confidence. You will always have a great time on our rides, but they’re also a safe space to ask questions and practice to make this summer’s riding a breeze.

  • Ride start and end – Jones Point Park
  • Start time – 6:30 PM
  • End time – 8:30 PM
  • Distance – About 6 miles

Great, what else should I know?

Please bring your own bike and helmet. Helmets are a requirement on all WABA rides. If you have questions, please read our ride policies here. Everyone ages 14 and up is welcome. All riders must sign a waiver. Riders under 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian.

What does it cost?

Ten bucks! This ride is offered thanks to the generous support of the City of Alexandria

Are you a WABA or Capital Bikeshare Member? Then the class is free! We can also reimburse you for your usage fees if you use Bikeshare during the class. Email or call 202-518-0524 x221 to receive your coupon code.

Not a WABA member? For just $25 you get a ride registration ($10 value) and a one-year WABA Membership ($35 value). Learn more about the benefits of joining WABA here.

Walk-ups are free! But space is limited, so we recommend you register below ahead of time to hold your spot!

Event Location

Jones Point Park – Parking Lot
Jones Point Drive
Alexandria, VA 22314

Register

¡Aprenda a andar en bici!

Registración Local

Casa Chirilagua, WABA y la Ciudad de Alexandria te invitan a aprender a andar en bicicleta el día sábado, 29 de junio de 2019. ¡Nuestra clase es divertida e intuitiva!

This class is intended for native Spanish speakers. WABA will have additional Learn to Ride classes this summer and fall.

Nuestros instructores llevan a los estudiantes a un plan de estudios progresivo, con el objetivo de montar con dos pedales al final de la sesión.

Nuestro enfoque es divertido e intuitivo, pero también requiere trabajo duro. Estarás montando durante casi tres horas, pero tomamos descansos cada hora. Esta clase es para ti si:

  • Tienes al menos 18 años de edad;
  • Nunca has intentado aprender a andar en bicicleta; o
  • Has intentado aprender y no has tenido éxito.

WABA incluirá el alquiler de una bicicleta y un casco para la clase. Asegúrese de proporcionar tu altura para que podamos proporcionarte una bicicleta que se ajuste a sus necesidades.

Solo podrán asistir los alumnos que tengan espacio reservado en la clase.

Registración

Local del Evento

Casa Chirilagua
4109 Mt. Vernon Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22305

Estacionamiento
Disponible en Casa ChirilaguaM

Basic Skills Clinic

Register Cost Location

The Skills Clinic is for students who have graduated to 2-pedal riding, but need or want to continue working on their riding skills. Instructors will assist students with drills such as starting, stopping, turning, weaving, and gradual braking.

Come join us and start working on your skills in a few easy steps:

  1. Sign-up for free here;
  2. Ensure your helmet and bike are in good working order. You can also use a Capital Bikeshare bike and we’ll reimburse your usage fees;
  3. If you’re unable to bring your own bike, e-mail us at education@waba.org or call 202-518-0524, x221 at least 48-hours before the clinic and we’ll provide a bike and helmet for you;
  4. Arrive promptly at 10:00 AM and check-in with the Lead Instructor.
  5. Be patient and wait a few minutes until after the break when the Skills Clinic portion of the class begins, then have fun practicing your skills and ask questions!

We look forward to seeing you on two wheels!

Class Cost

Free! Zero! $0.00!

This class is offered thanks to the generous support of the City of Alexandria. Just make sure to register below to guarantee your spot!

Event Location

Jones Point Park
Jones Point Drive
Alexandria, VA 23242

(Meet underneath the overpass)

Driving/Parking
Parking is available at this location via S Royal Street.

Metro
The Metro is currently inaccessible at Eisenhower and Huntington due to platform improvement projects. Through Sept 8th, shuttle buses will replace trains on the Yellow Line between Huntington and Crystal City and on the Blue Line between Franconia and Pentagon.

Biking
Jones Point Park is on the Mount Vernon Trail. The nearest Capital Bikeshare station is about five blocks away on the Northwest Corner of S Royal and Gibbon Streets.

Register

Confident City Cycling

Register Cost Location

More joy, less stress! Riding your bike doesn’t have to be stressful. Join us for a morning of skills, confidence, and community building. We’ll spend some time on a few specific bike handling skills, then go for a short ride and talk about strategies for riding in different road, bike lane, and trail situations. Bring questions! By the time you head home, you’ll feel more confident, comfortable, and happy on your bike. Plus it’s a blast.

This is going to be fun!

Riding your bike doesn’t have to be stressful. Join us for a morning of skills, confidence, and community building.

We’ll spend some time on a few specific bike handling skills, then go for a short ride and talk about strategies for riding in different road, bike lane, and trail situations. Bring questions!

By the time you head home, you’ll feel more confident, comfortable, and happy on your bike. Plus it’s a blast.

Something for everyone

Whether you’ve just learned to ride or you’ve been bike commuting for years, we’ve got new things to share with you. Our experienced League Certified Instructors will make sure that you’re working on skills that match your level of comfort and experience on your bike.

Is this class right for you?

  • Do you know how to ride a bicycle?
  • Are you comfortable riding a bike for at least 30 minutes?
  • Are you able to start and stop your bike in a controlled manner?

If you answered “no” to any of the above questions, then a Learn to Ride or a Basic Skills Clinic is best for you.

What to bring:

  • Questions! We love them! Do you have a particular bike situation you’ve always wondered about? That’s what we’re here for.
  • A bike, helmet, water and a snack.
  • Flat pedals. Toe clips, clipless pedals, or other gizmos that attach your feet to your pedals aren’t recommended. If you don’t know what this means, your pedals will work fine.

What does it cost?

Ten bucks! What a deal!

Drop-ins are free! But space is limited, so we recommend you register below ahead of time to hold your spot! Otherwise, walk up to any class at least 15 minutes before we start so we can have you fill out a little bit of paperwork.

Are you a WABA or Capital Bikeshare member? Then the class is free. Email or call 202-518-0524 x221 for a coupon.

Event Location

Jones Point Park
Jones Point Drive
Alexandria, VA 23242

(Meet underneath the overpass)

Driving/Parking
Parking is available at this location via S Royal Street.

Metro
The Metro is currently inaccessible at Eisenhower and Huntington due to platform improvement projects. Through Sept 8th, shuttle buses will replace trains on the Yellow Line between Huntington and Crystal City and on the Blue Line between Franconia and Pentagon.

Biking
Jones Point Park is on the Mount Vernon Trail. The nearest Capital Bikeshare station is about five blocks away on the Northwest Corner of S Royal and Gibbon Streets.

Register

Adult Learn to Ride

Register Cost Location

Our Learn to Ride class is fun, intuitive, and very successful! This class is for adults who have never ridden a bike before or have tried to learn and have not been successful. Our League certified instructors take students through a progressive curriculum, with the goal of riding with two pedals by the end of the session.

Our approach is fun and intuitive, but it also requires hard work. You will be riding for nearly three hours. We take breaks every hour. This class is for you if:

  • You are at least 18 years old;
  • You have never tried to learn how to ride a bike; or
  • You have tried to learn and have not been successful.

A rental bike and helmet for the day are included with your registration. Be sure to provide your height in feet and inches so that we can provide you with a bicycle that fits you.

Please wear comfortable clothes, and bring the following: water, snacks, and weather-appropriate outerwear.

Only students who have reserved space in the class may attend. Unfortunately, walk-up students cannot be accommodated.

Register

Class Cost

This class is offered thanks to the generous support of the City of Alexandria.

$10 Alexandria Subsidized Registration Fee: For Alexandria residents only. Includes class registration for one person and a helmet and bike rental.

$25 Alexandria Subsidized + Join WABA: For Alexandria residents only. Includes class registration for one person ($85 value), a one-year WABA Membership ($35 value), and a helmet and bike rental. Learn more about the benefits of joining WABA here.

$85 Registration Fee: Includes class registration for one person and a helmet and bike rental.

$100 Registration Fee + Join WABA:  Includes class registration for one person ($85 value), a one-year WABA Membership ($35 value), and a helmet and bike rental. Learn more about the benefits of joining WABA here.

Please register and pay by credit card above. To pay by cash or check, please call (202) 518-0524 x206. The registration fee for this class is non-refundable.

Event Location

Jones Point Park
Jones Point Drive
Alexandria, VA 23242

(Meet underneath the overpass)

Driving/Parking
Parking is available at this location via S Royal Street.

Metro
The Metro is currently inaccessible at Eisenhower and Huntington due to platform improvement projects. Through Sept 8th, shuttle buses will replace trains on the Yellow Line between Huntington and Crystal City and on the Blue Line between Franconia and Pentagon.

Biking
Jones Point Park is on the Mount Vernon Trail. The nearest Capital Bikeshare station is about five blocks away on the Northwest Corner of S Royal and Gibbon Streets.

National Bike Month starts today! Ready to ride?

WABA is here to get you on two wheels! Whether you want to learn how to ride or if you are looking for a bit more confidence on your bike, WABA is offering classes and rides nearly every weekend this Spring all around our region. Check our schedule, bring your family, bring your friends, bring a date – it’s going to be a lot of fun!

View the spring schedule

We offer Learn to Ride classes, Skills Clinics, Confident City Cycling Classes, and more!

Learn how to ride confidently in the city

Our Confident City Cycling classes are a great way to learn new bike handling tips and tricks to boost your joy, confidence, and comfort. These classes are fun, encouraging, and a safe place to learn and to get answers for all of your bicycling questions. The three-hour class culminates in a short ride to learn how to ride in different road, bike lane, and trail situations.

Explore and build community

If you are new to the neighborhood or looking for a new adventure around town, our Community Rides are a great opportunity to explore new parts or the region on bike. This spring, we’ll explore tasty desserts, art, farmers markets, and highlight new bicycle infrastructure. Our rides are led by our league certified instructors and are always a good time and a safe and inclusive space to explore and ask questions.

NEW: Commuting Education Rides

New this spring, our ride series will help you learn how to commute by bike during the upcoming metro shutdown in Alexandria, Virginia. Check the schedule for commuting options that will help you connect to trails to get to the Metro or into Downtown DC.

Learn to ride!

Feel like you’re missing out on all the fun on two wheels? WABA’s Learn to Ride classes are just the place for you! You’ll be on a bike by the end of our three-hour class with the help of our excellent and encouraging certified instructors. The registration fee is $85 and includes a bike and helmet rental. Our local government partners also offer $10 classes for their residents. The demand for these classes is very high, so sign up soon!

Also new this spring, we are introducing our Basic Skills Clinic for folks who already took a Learn to Ride Class in previous seasons or know how to balance on a bike but haven’t had the opportunity to keep practicing their fundamental skills. Skills Clinics will be run in conjunction with other classes, allowing students to move up as they progress. A limited number of bikes and helmet rentals are available, so we encourage you to bring your own bike and helmet and sign up soon!

New rides and classes will be added throughout the season, so keep checking our schedule. If you have any questions please email education@waba.org. We hope to see you this spring at a class and on our region’s roads and trails!

Adult Learn to Ride at Port City Brewing

Register Cost Location

Our Learn to Ride class is fun, intuitive, and very successful! This class is for adults who have never ridden a bike before or have tried to learn and have not been successful. Our League certified instructors take students through a progressive curriculum, with the goal of riding with two pedals by the end of the session. After the class, we will head over to Port City for a $5 pint special (Must be 21 years of age or older).

Our approach is fun and intuitive, but it also requires hard work. You will be riding for nearly three hours. We take breaks every hour. This class is for you if:

  • You are at least 18 years old;
  • You have never tried to learn how to ride a bike; or
  • You have tried to learn and have not been successful.

A rental bike and helmet for the day are included with your registration. Be sure to provide your height in feet and inches so that we can provide you with a bicycle that fits you.

Please wear comfortable clothes, and bring the following: water, snacks, and weather-appropriate outerwear.

Only students who have reserved space in the class may attend. Unfortunately, walk-up students cannot be accommodated.

Register

Class Cost

This class is offered thanks to the generous support of the City of Alexandria.

$10 Alexandria Subsidized Registration Fee: For Alexandria residents only. Includes class registration for one person and a helmet and bike rental.

$25 Alexandria Subsidized + Join WABA: For Alexandria residents only. Includes class registration for one person ($85 value), a one-year WABA Membership ($35 value), and a helmet and bike rental. Learn more about the benefits of joining WABA here.

$85 Registration Fee: Includes class registration for one person and a helmet and bike rental.

$100 Registration Fee + Join WABA:  Includes class registration for one person ($85 value), a one-year WABA Membership ($35 value), and a helmet and bike rental. Learn more about the benefits of joining WABA here.

Please register and pay by credit card above. To pay by cash or check, please call (202) 518-0524 x206. The registration fee for this class is non-refundable.

Event Location

Port City Brewing Warehouse
4204 Wheeler Avenue
[Parking Lot across from S. Gordon Street]
Alexandria, VA 22304