This sign greeted riders at the 19th and L street pit stop, which offered free coffee, tea, and breakfast foods from Pret A Manger, Corner Bakery, and Boloco. Photograph by Melissa Romero.
Check out this sleek ride parked on L Street. Photograph by Melissa Romero.
Washingtonian editorial intern Nicholas Hunt rides his bike to work every day. Photograph by Nicholas Hunt.
Homepage editor Chris Campbell rode his bike to work from his home in Takoma Park. Photograph by Chris Campbell.
Bikers wait at a red light in Thomas Circle on their way to work. Photograph by Melissa Romero.
Two riders stop to chat on their way to work. Photograph by Nicholas Hunt.
Farragut Square was a Bike to Work Day pit stop, with bike ambassadors from the Washington Area Bicyclist Association on hand to help out. Photograph by Nicholas Hunt.
Folks from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society were at the pit stop in Farragut Square Friday morning. Photograph by Nicholas Hunt.
A few cyclists cruise through an intersection on their way to work. Photograph by Nicholas Hunt.
Sound Exchange tweeted Well+Being this photo of their staff who biked to work today. More than 10 percent of the Sound Exchange staff bikes to work. Photograph by Josh Goldman.
Assistant editor Mary Yarrison snapped a shot of this traffic jam before approaching Key Bridge on her commute to DC from Courthouse in Arlington. The bike lane was wide open, she says. Photograph by Mary Yarrison.
Well+Being reader Jennie Fraker snapped a shot of Nourish Market’s “awesome” strawberry lemonade tasting at a Bike to Work Day pit stop. Photograph by Jennie Fraker.
Assistant editor Mary Yarrison says, “Sometimes when you can’t find your lock, you have to house your bike in your office.” Photograph by Mary Yarrison.
Mike Rucki of On Frozen Blog and Kristen Barden, executive director of Adams Morgan Partnership BID, make a quick pit-stop on Bike to Work Day. Photograph by @OnFrozenBlog