Tour de Mount Vernon logo showing illustrative silhouettes of cyclists on a road with trees, the Mount Vernon estate, the sun, sky, and a bird in the background.You can now register here to join Mount Vernon District Supervisor Dan Storck for this extremely popular community bike ride on Saturday, October 21. FABB is proud to be one of the sponsors for the TdMV and encourages interested riders to act now to reserve their spot on either the short (approx. 20 miles) or long (approx. 40 miles) ride. Take advantage of the Early Bird discount by registering before September 1.

This year’s rides start and ends at George Washington’s Mount Vernon. While the routes are still be finalized, the 2023 TdMV will include a significant portion of the closed George Washington Memorial Parkway with beautiful views of the Potomac River. Other sections of the ride will transit many historic, ecological, and cultural sites such as Gum Springs, Fort Belvoir, Woodlawn and Pope-Leighey House, and Dyke Marsh in the northern and central parts of the Mount Vernon District.

The routes consist of paved roads and trails and have some challenging sections, but ride monitors and Fairfax County Police will help with directions and keeping everyone safe.

The registration fee under the Early Bird Special, good until September 1, is $30 per rider. Registration includes Tour de Mount Vernon Socks and a $5 donation to FABB. From September 2 to October 21, the fee is $35 per rider with socks available only while supplies last.

FABB members! Your email address is a discount code. Enter it in the promo box at the Eventbrite ticket checkout to get a discount.

More details on the ride and its requirements are available on the Eventbrite registration page.

Volunteers are needed the week before and the day of the ride! Interested? See the Eventbrite page or contact us at [email protected].

If you have questions, please contact TEAM MVD at [email protected] or 703-780-7518.


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