2018-09-29 09:30:00 2018-09-29 09:30:00 America/New_York District Hardware Morning Women's Ride- Saturday Only !!! Join us for Jessica's Tuesday Morning Ride that we are doing one time only on a Saturday! 32 miles. Wheels up 10 am We will start at District Hardware and Bikes at the Wharf (730 Maine Street, SW). You can park for free at Hains Point and ride over.  From District Hardware we will ride up the Anacostia Riverfront Trail, a beautiful new trail and a not-so-hidden-gem anymore. We will pass Arena Stage, the Titanic Memorial, National Stadium, and Yards Park before we bike over the wide and safe bike trail over the 11th Street bridge, and turn back onto the Anacostia Riverfront Trail.  The trail winds through lovely and quiet fields and neighborhoods.  We pass by the entrance to Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, always an option to visit especially mid summer when the lotus blossoms are simply spectacular. We will stop at Bladensburg Waterfront Park for a rest and bathroom stop, then head on to Lake Artemesia.  Lake Artemesia is a 38 acre man made lake built in 1976 when the Metro Stop was built. It has great bike paths, a bathroom, and many gazebos and benches where we can take a longer rest break.  On the way back we will cross to the other side of the river, where we will stop at a true hidden gem: KINGMAN ISLAND, for a short break and photo op. - Other Start Location DC

Saturday, September 29, 2018 - 9:30 AM

Women * 32 * DC * District Hardware Morning Women's Ride- Saturday Only !!!
- Other Start Location DC

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- Other Start Location DC
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Join us for Jessica's Tuesday Morning Ride that we are doing one time only on a Saturday! 32 miles. Wheels up 10 am

We will start at District Hardware and Bikes at the Wharf (730 Maine Street, SW). You can park for free at Hains Point and ride over. 

From District Hardware we will ride up the Anacostia Riverfront Trail, a beautiful new trail and a not-so-hidden-gem anymore. We will pass Arena Stage, the Titanic Memorial, National Stadium, and Yards Park before we bike over the wide and safe bike trail over the 11th Street bridge, and turn back onto the Anacostia Riverfront Trail. 

The trail winds through lovely and quiet fields and neighborhoods. 

We pass by the entrance to Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, always an option to visit especially mid summer when the lotus blossoms are simply spectacular.

We will stop at Bladensburg Waterfront Park for a rest and bathroom stop, then head on to Lake Artemesia. 

Lake Artemesia is a 38 acre man made lake built in 1976 when the Metro Stop was built. It has great bike paths, a bathroom, and many gazebos and benches where we can take a longer rest break. 

On the way back we will cross to the other side of the river, where we will stop at a true hidden gem: KINGMAN ISLAND, for a short break and photo op.

CC/C: Robin Sparer and Jessica Hirschorn [pptcwomenscoordinator@gmail.com]

GPS file for 32 mile route
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27366582