Help Make the Mount Vernon Trail Better

Help Make the Mount Vernon Trail Better

FABB wants to express our great appreciation to the Friends of the Mount Vernon Trail, who have been doing great work helping to maintain the very popular Mount Vernon Trail. In recent months the group’s volunteers have been edging the trail and clearing...
Ride to End ALZ Spring Challenge

Ride to End ALZ Spring Challenge

Sign up now for virtual cycling event for everyone this Saturday! Help raise funds to support research to treat and prevent Alzheimer’s. FABB is spreading the word to get riders signed up for the Ride to End ALZ Spring Challenge this Saturday, April 18, 2021....
Learn to Ride Classes Available at GMU

Learn to Ride Classes Available at GMU

FABB is proud to be working with George Mason University to offer a learn to ride class on Saturday, April 24, from 10am-Noon. If you or someone you know are new to cycling or have not ridden a bike in quite a while, this is the class for you. FABB will be...
8 April Deadline for Dranesville District Comments

8 April Deadline for Dranesville District Comments

Local Dranesville District riders have until 8 April to comment on the proposed bike lanes to be installed on Parcher Avenue from Centreville Road to Maleady Drive as part of the summer repaving and restriping program. New bike facilities are great, but new...
Sully District Bike Lane Comments Due 7 April

Sully District Bike Lane Comments Due 7 April

FABB reminds local Sully District riders that they have until 7 April to comment on the proposed bike lanes to be installed as part of the summer repaving and restriping program. While FABB is always glad to see new bike facilities, new doesn’t always mean...
ActiveFairfax Transportation Plan Community Conversations

ActiveFairfax Transportation Plan Community Conversations

FABB encourages local riders to join the Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT) for virtual community conversations on the ActiveFairfax Transportation Plan. Learn about the plan and share your stories about biking, walking, rolling...

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