Bike Month and Beyond

Bike Month and Beyond

Tour de DCPL, bicycling resources and more.

If you love bike riding and the DC Public Library, you're 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 libraryincluding our annual library bike ride, the Tour de DCPL and our summertime free bike clinics at Anacostia Neighborhood Library

National Bike Month Events | Tour de DCPL | Library Resources


May is National Bike Month and we like to celebrate with bicycle-themed programming at the library. Check the library calendar online for up-to-date information on bike programming in your neighborhood.

Tour de DCPL Bike Ride

The 9th Annual Tour de DCPL will take place on Saturday, June 30, 2018. Registration is open now. This is a rain date from our previously scheduled June 2 ride. If you registered for the June 2 ride, please re-register for this new date at the link above. We hope you will be able to join us for this exciting tour of neighborhood libraries and bike trails of the Anacostia Riverway.

Library Resources

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.

Hello, bicycle : an inspired guide to the two-wheeled life by Anna Brones, illustrations by James Gulliver Hancock

Everyone Can Learn to Ride a Bicycle by Chris Raschka

A Journey around Our America: a Memoir on Cycling, Immigration and the Latinoization of the U.S.

Hello, Bicycle: an Inspired Guide to the Two-Wheeled Life

Brones, Anna
796.6 BRONES

Everyone Can Learn to Ride a Bicycle

Raschka, Chris


A Journey around our America: a Memoir on Cycling, Immigration, and the Latinoization of the U.S.

Mendoza, Louis
973 M539