This weekend, WABA’s presence east of the river was strong!
East of the river associate Kim Davis led the recurring Easy Riders ride to the second annual Lumen8Anacostia festival. The group ambled along the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail and ended at the Anacostia Arts Center. Easy Riders rides are slow-paced, no-drop, family-friendly, recurring rides. See this flyer for dates of future Easy Riders rides.
We set up a table at Lumen8 to promote WABA’s work, especially east of the river.
And our first bike-repair clinic, put on in partnership with The Bike House, was a success. Clinics will be held the second and fourth Saturdays of the month through August. See the east of the river program page for more information.
As part of our outreach program, East of the River Associate Kim Davis will lead the Oxon Run Ride in Oxon Run Park this Saturday, June 8, at 10 a.m.
The ride is an easy, no-drop, beginner-friendly cruise. Helmets are required. Bikes to borrow will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis;. please arrive no later than 9:30 a.m. if you need to borrow a bike. See the flyer below for more information (download it here).
We’re also seeking volunteers to check people in, marshal the ride, and encourage beginners to participate! Contact Kim at email@example.com or (202) 450-8144 if you’re interested in volunteering.
Join WABA’s East of the River Associate Kim Davis and several friendly ride marshals for the first East of the River Easy Riders this Saturday. Meet at 10 a.m. in Anacostia Park for a slow cruiser ride through the park and surrounding neighborhoods. Parental supervision and helmets are required.
The East of the River Easy Riders ride is scheduled for several Saturdays throughout the summer. Stay up to date here.
WABA attended the annual Congress Heights Day on Saturday. East of the River associate Kim Davis set up a table at the health and wellness fair with games for kids and bike-related quizzes for adults. See photos of WABA at Congress Heights Day below!