Bike Month and Beyond
Love riding your bike and the DC Public Library too? You are not alone: Washington, D.C. is a city filled with both book and bike lovers. Bookmark this page to find information on local bicycling resources and upcoming programs at the library - including our annual library bike ride, the Tour de DCPL.
May is National Bike Month and we like to celebrate with bicycle themed programming at the library. The 2016 National Bike Month library program calendar will be available soon.
We are especially pleased to be hosting bike repair clinics throughout the month at Lamond-Riggs Library, Northwest One Library, Petworth Library, Takoma Park Library, Tenley-Friendship Library, and Deanwood Library with our partners Gearin' Up Bicycles.
The seventh annual Tour de DCPL will take place on Saturday, May 14th. Register here.
Get your bike fix through books and films found in the DC Public Library collection, in print and online. Looking for tips on riding a bike in the city, a guidebook for regional bike trails, or maybe a picture book to help someone lose their training wheels? Check out staff suggestions on our Bikes and Books Pinterest Board and Online Research Guide.
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