Cyclist Resources


Below are links to various cycling related websites. If there are other resources that should be listed, contact FABB.

Bike Commuting

  • Bicycle Commuter Tax Benefit info—from the League of American Bicyclists.
  • Bicycle Commuting Trends, 2000 to 2008—from the American Community Survey data as summarized by the League of American Bicyclists.
  • Bike Commuting Mentors—FABB members are willing to help you learn more about bike commuting by showing you known commuting routes, discussing strategies for dressing and outfitting your bike for all-weather, day and night riding. Send us an email and we’ll try to answer any questions that you have.
  • MWCOG Bike Commuter Guide—A comprehensive guide to bike commuting for employers and empolyees
  • Bike to Work Day. Held on the third Friday of May each year in the DC area, Bike to Work Day is a great, fun way to support bike commuting. If you don’t currently bike commute, this is your chance to try it. Visit any of the pit stop locations for free beverages, food, and prizes. Registration in Spring.

Bike Coordinators

  • Alexandria—Hillary Poole Orr email (703-746-4017)
  • Arlington County—David Goodman email (703-228-3709)
  • DC—Mike Goodno email (202-673-6813)
  • Fairfax County—Adam Lind email (703-324-BIKE[2453])

Bike Plans – DC Metro Area


Cyber Cycling


Friends of FABB

  • A-1 Cycling—A a locally-owned shop and FABB supporter.
  • bikes@vienna—A a locally-owned shop and FABB supporter. They specialize in recumbents, trikes, and folding bikes.
  • REI Fairfax.
  • Spokes Etc.—Locally-owned shops, participates in FABB meetings and events.
  • The Bike Lane—Located in Burke and Reston, The Bike Lane is a locally-owned shop that supports FABB.

Local Bike Clubs

  • Potomac Pedalers Touring Club—PPTC is a non-profit educational, recreational and social organization for bicycling enthusiasts. They sponsor recreational rides throughout the year
  • Reston Bike Club—Promotes cycling in the Reston and surrounding areas.




Safe Routes to School


Tysons Corner

VDOT Resources