Bike Ambassador Show and Tell: How to See and Be Seen

Join the DC Bike Ambassador on Tuesday, November 17, from 6pm-6:30pm, as they share tips on being visible and seeing the road! The Bike Ambassadors will discuss the importance of having lights on your bike and how they help you stay visible to others. We will talk about bike lights, reflective gear and other ways to be seen. We’ll discuss how and when is the best time to use them. Bike Ambassadors seek to provide helpful information and resources to ensure everyone is riding safely, so join us and share ways that help you stay visible while riding your bike.

Please keep in mind if we do chat about bike advice that what works for you may not work for everyone, and unsolicited advice can feel unwelcoming and condescending. Please come in the spirit of solidarity and communal problem solving.

Join through Zoom.

The Bike Ambassadors: Here for All Your Questions

Hey there, from your friendly neighborhood Bike Ambassadors!

Do you have questions about how to be a confident rider on your first bike ride, or general questions about how to ride safely? Well, we have answers! We welcome you to bring all your thoughts and ideas to be answered by our knowledgeable WABA staff. 

We are eager to answer all your biking questions and provide you with helpful tips and resources to support you on your next ride. Whether you are new to biking or even an avid cyclist looking to learn something new (like a wheelie),  we can help. We welcome all your biking questions about the different types of bikes, brakes, shifting, flat tires, lights, helmets, bike rides, navigation, trails, bike lanes and so much more! 

Although we aren’t bike mechanics, we are happy to share some of the skills we’ve learned over the years from doing trail and roadside bike repairs.

If you would like to ask us questions or learn more about WABA, email bikeambassadors@waba.org and we will get back to you as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you soon, happy biking!

Bike Ambassador Show and Tell: How to See and Be Seen

Join the DC Bike Ambassador on Wednesday, October 28th, from 12pm-1:00pm, as they share tips on being visible and seeing the road! The Bike Ambassadors will discuss the importance of having lights on your bike and how they help you stay visible to others. We will talk about bike lights, reflective gear and other ways to be seen. We’ll discuss how and when is the best time to use them. Bike Ambassadors seek to provide helpful information and resources to ensure everyone is riding safely, so join us and share ways that help you stay visible while riding your bike.

Please keep in mind if we do chat about bike advice that what works for you may not work for everyone, and unsolicited advice can feel unwelcoming and condescending. Please come in the spirit of solidarity and communal problem solving.

Join through Zoom.

Bike Ambassador How To: ABC Quick Check

Join the Bike Ambassadors Wednesday, October 14th at 12pm, as they walk you through how to do an ABC Quick Check on your bike. Learn how to perform some basic bike maintenance to make sure your bike is in good condition for your next ride. We’ll walk you through how to check your tire pressure, brakes, chain and a few other things. Performing an ABC Quick check before your next ride can help make sure your bike is safe to ride. Join us as we share tips on what to check for and help answer other bike questions.

Join via Zoom!

Bike Ambassador How To: Fix A Flat

Join the DC Bike Ambassadors Tuesday, October 20th at noon, as they walk you through how to fix a flat on your bike! Has your bike been sitting because of a punctured inner tube or are you looking to replace an old inner tube or tire? It’s time to get your bike up and running again. We will show you the tools you need and step-by-step on how to get your bike back on the road.

Join via Zoom!

Bike Ambassador How To: Fix A Flat

Join the DC Bike Ambassadors Monday, September 28th at noon, as they walk you through how to fix a flat on your bike! Has your bike been sitting because of a punctured inner tube or are you looking to replace an old inner tube or tire? It’s time to get your bike up and running again. We will show you the tools you need and step-by-step on how to get your bike back on the road.

Join via Zoom!

Bike Ambassador How To: ABC Quick Check

Join the Bike Ambassadors Tuesday, September 22nd at 12pm, as they walk you through how to do an ABC Quick Check on your bike. Learn how to perform some basic bike maintenance to make sure your bike is in good condition for your next ride. We’ll walk you through how to check your tire pressure, brakes, chain and a few other things. Performing an ABC Quick check before your next ride can help make sure your bike is safe to ride. Join us as we share tips on what to check for and help answer other bike questions.

Join via Zoom!

Questions Encouraged

Join the DC Bike Ambassadors and ask us your biking questions.

Trey Robinson, DC Bike Ambassador Coordinator and other DC Bike Ambassadors will be available to answer your questions such as why your brakes might be rubbing, how to use hand signals, when to use low vs. high gears and so much more! This space is open for you to ask questions or give helpful insight to our other biking friends. Tune in 12:00PM-12:30PM on Wednesdays.

Come chat via Zoom!

Have experience? We would love you to join and share. Please keep in mind that what works for you may not work for everyone, and unsolicited advice can feel unwelcoming and condescending. Please come in the spirit of solidarity and communal problem solving.

Questions Encouraged

Join the DC Bike Ambassadors and ask us your biking questions.

Trey Robinson, DC Bike Ambassador Coordinator and other DC Bike Ambassadors will be available to answer your questions such as why your brakes might be rubbing, how to use hand signals, when to use low vs. high gears and so much more! This space is open for you to ask questions or give helpful insight to our other biking friends. Tune in 12:00PM-12:30PM on Wednesdays.

Come chat via Zoom!

Have experience? We would love you to join and share. Please keep in mind that what works for you may not work for everyone, and unsolicited advice can feel unwelcoming and condescending. Please come in the spirit of solidarity and communal problem solving.

Questions Encouraged

Join the DC Bike Ambassadors and ask us your biking questions.

Trey Robinson, DC Bike Ambassador Coordinator and other DC Bike Ambassadors will be available to answer your questions such as why your brakes might be rubbing, how to use hand signals, when to use low vs. high gears and so much more! This space is open for you to ask questions or give helpful insight to our other biking friends. Tune in 12:00PM-12:30PM on Wednesdays.

Come chat via Zoom!

Have experience? We would love you to join and share. Please keep in mind that what works for you may not work for everyone, and unsolicited advice can feel unwelcoming and condescending. Please come in the spirit of solidarity and communal problem solving.