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Every February the American Heart Association (AHA) unites millions of Americans around a common goal for Heart Month — to think about making personal lifestyle changes that will boost health, lower the risk for heart disease and improve quality of life. Increased physical activity, along with a healthy diet, is one of the best ways to improve health. And incorporating a regular walking routine is one of the easiest ways for increasing physical activity in your daily life.
One of the area's most popular cycling events is just around the corner! Join cycling enthusiasts and the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) for the annual Cider Ride on Saturday, November 3. Sign up today, if you haven't already, as spaces fill up quickly.
Biking is one of the most accessible exercise and outdoor recreation choices for individuals, couples and families in the DC area. With more than a dozen bike trails in the region to explore and countless bike lanes being added to county and city streets, it’s easy to enjoy a long ride, quick outing or even a commute to work.
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Friday, May 18th is Bike to Work Day and thousands of DC area commuters will join the celebration in support of biking as a clean, fun and healthy way to get to work. From cost savings to improved fitness, biking to work can offer many benefits to commuters and the environment. Here's our list of the top five.
May is National Bike Month and with Spring in full bloom it's the perfect time to get out and explore the many great bike trails in the DC area. Here's a list of five of our top favorites. What DC-area location fits your lifestyle? Take our quiz to find your ideal location. Is it DC, Bethesda, Chevy Chase, Rockville or Alexandria?
EYA is partnering with the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) as the title sponsor of The Cider Ride. The Cider Ride is WABA's fall community bike ride, fundraiser, and one of the most popular annual events for the region's bike community. Hundreds of riders are expected to participate in this year’s ride on Saturday, November 5th. The ride starts and finishes in DC’s Edgewood neighborhood and winds its way from Northeast DC to Maryland’s Anacostia Tributary Trails through Hyattsville and College Park. Participants may choose from the 9-mile family-friendly trail to more challenging 23 or 47-mile routes. Cider and snack stops are provided along the way. After the ride, join EYA at the post-ride celebration taking place at the charming Dew Drop Inn.