BIKING

This cyclist-friendly neighborhood is where some of the regions’ best trails converge, from the C&O Canal Towpath and Capital Crescent Trail heading west, to Rock Creek Park Trail traveling north from the waterfront. Nearly 50 public bike racks are located throughout the commercial district, in addition to seven Capital Bikeshare stations and a bike fixit repair station.

More hoops mean less to jump through.

Trade in your two wheels to explore Georgetown on two feet with the help of our new bike parking map. The map is organized by location and number of rack hoops, and is updated as new racks are installed.

With nearly 50 1-hoop to 8-hoop racks located everywhere from the side streets of M and Wisconsin, to Washington Harbour and Georgetown Waterfront Park, we've got you covered. Whether you're in need of a well-deserved drink after a 30-mile trail ride, a quick coffee during your morning commute, or a few hours strolling through the neighborhood shops, park it in Georgetown.  

 

 

 

Need a quick tune-up?

Our bike fixit repair station is located at the corner of 34th Street and Water Street—near Malmaison, across from Georgetown Waterfront Park. 

The station offers an air pump and a set of retractable tools—including a pair of tire levers, Phillips and flathead screwdrivers, wrenches and a T-25 Torx key to make the cycling experience a happier and safer one throughout Georgetown.

If your bike needs some additional TLC, the professionals at Big Wheel Bikes, Revolution Cycles and Bicycle Pro Shop will get you back on the road in no time.

 

 

      

Share the road. 

Capital Bikeshare has seven stations in Georgetown. The program allows users to check out and return bikes from any of the 368 stations located throughout Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia.

The Georgetown bikeshare stations are located at K Street and 30th Street at the Washington Harbour; at 34th Street and Water Street; at Wisconsin Avenue and O Street; at 37th Street and O Street (Georgetown University); at Pennsylvania Avenue and 28th Street; at the 1000 block of Wisconsin Avenue (Grace Street); and at Wisconsin Avenue and 34th Street.

Daily memberships are available for $8, 3-day for $17, monthly for $28, and annual for $85. Capital Bikeshare is also offering a $2 single-trip fare during SafeTrack. Learn more about the program.