Ride around Druid Hill Park with the Baltimore Family Bike Party on May 18

Baltimore Family Bike Party is celebrating National Bike Month (and National Kids to Parks Day) with a ride around one of Baltimore’s best cycling spots – Druid Hill Park.

Photograph courtesy Ben Halvorsen/Baltimore Brew.
Photograph courtesy Ben Halvorsen/Baltimore Brew.

Druid Hill Park Family Bike Party

Saturday, May 18, 9:30am to 11:30am
Meet at the Howard Peter Rawlings Conservatory, 3100 Swann Drive, 21217
RSVP on Facebook today!

kaByT1_wILSy7dQXo9Xgc1ycODCr2EOyGBSd-UeN8yoEnjoy the lovely spring weather with a family ride around Druid Hill Park and Reservoir Hill. Starting from the Howard Peter Rawlings Conservatory, we’ll follow the trail around the lake, out onto quiet streets through Reservoir Hill, past some fantastic community gardens and stop only to enjoy a snack break at a neighborhood playground.

You can also mark your calendars for Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 8 and Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 17. Any Bike to Work Day riders in the Baltimore area can register online to stop by one of eleven pit stops around Baltimore for free refreshments and bike repairs. We’re not aware of any local Bike to School events so check out this helpful resource on starting a school bike train with families at your school and get something started for your community!

Don’t forget to join our e-mail list to find out about upcoming rides and save the date for our next Family Bike Party on June 15. If you’re looking for advice on how to get the whole family rolling, take a look at our Guide to Baltimore Family Biking for some helpful links and tips.

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