Join thousands of area commuters for a celebration of bicycling as a clean, fun and healthy way to get to work, while helping the Washington region become a better place to ride.
Bike to Work Day is an event open to all area commuters.
The NIH will again be hosting one pit stop at the main campus and are partnering with two other pitstops in Montgomery county: Marriott HQ in Rockledge and Rockville Fallgrove (near NCI's new Shady Grove campus).
NIH Pit Stop Locations:
Bethesda Main Campus:
Join bicycle commuters at the Main Campus Bldg. 1 for great festivities and special guest speakers.
Pit stop name: "MD - National Institutes of Health Bldg One"
We enjoyed partnering with Marriott HQ for last year's event at the Rockledge location and look forward to having another successful turn out.
Pit stop name: "MD - Rock Springs Business Park".
Rockville - Fallsgrove
We are excited in partnering with Fallsgrove at Village Center (Smoothie King Parking Lot). This pit stop is the closes to the new NCI Shady Grove building.
Pit stop name: "MD- Rockville-Fallsgrove"
Each pit stop will feature food, fun, and prizes. Advance registration is required to guarantee your free T-shirt and also helps the NIH secure its reigning title as the DC area’s top employer for bicycle commuters!
If you choose to attend a pit stop other than the NIH, be sure to list the "National Institutes of Health" as your employer.
NIH Bicycle Subsidy Program
In order to reduce vehicle traffic congestion and air pollution, the NIH Office of Research Services (ORS), Division of Amenities and Transportation Services (DATS), has implemented a Bicycle Subsidy Program.
Employees who are deemed eligible to participate in the program can receive a $20- per-month subsidy for bicycling to work, provided they do not receive any other form of transportation subsidy (i.e. parking or transit).