Reston Bike Club
Reston's local bike club. Organizes rides, runs the annual Reston Century, supports and funds resources for biking in Reston such as helmets for kids and bike racks at community centers, and advocates for safer cycling. Membership in the club has many benefits including insurance for club rides, Ride with GPS for club routes, ride route library, reflective safety bands, and loaner bikes cases.
Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA)
The mission of the Washington Area Bicyclist Association is to create a healthy, more livable region by promoting bicycling for fun, fitness, and affordable transportation; advocating for better bicycling conditions and transportation choices for a healthier environment; and educating children, adults, and motorists about safe bicycling.
WABA seeks to achieve this through advocacy, outreach, and education initiatives, as well as membership and development growth. Our events and rides provide additional support for our mission. For more information about what we’re working on presently, check out our advocacy priorities.
Fairfax Alliance for Better Biking(FABB)
A group of concerned community members who want to make bicycling an integral part of the transportation network of Fairfax County. We volunteer so that residents and visitors of all ages have access to safe and convenient bicycle facilities. Since 2005, FABB volunteers have achieved a sterling reputation as an effective voice among Fairfax County transportation professionals, elected officials, community advocates and community leaders. With the expansion of bicycle facilities countywide, public awareness of FABB's goals and efforts is expanding among residents at large and cyclists -- as well as among members of the business community and homeowner associations, who are influential with local government.
Mid-atlantic Offroad Enthusiasts (MORE)
MORE’s Mission is to build an inclusive grass roots mountain biking community and organization with the express purpose of expanding riding opportunities and increasing trail access throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. This is to be achieved by building and maintaining multi use sustainable trails through promoting volunteerism, partnerships and educational outreach across user groups, thereby enabling fun and rewarding riding experiences for all ages and ability levels.
Virginia Bicycling Federation
The Virginia Bicycling Federation is a statewide advocacy organization working to change public policy and community attitudes, to improve the safety, convenience, and acceptance of bicycling; and to promote bicycling for transportation, recreation, public health and economic development.
With roots going back to about 1980, the current organization was formed in the early 1990s by bike clubs and other organizations, businesses and individuals coming together to form a unified voice.
We work closely with organizations like the Washington Area Bicyclist Association, League of American Bicyclists, International Mountain Bicycling Association, Alliance for Biking and Walking, Adventure Cycling Association, Rails to Trails Conservancy, Bike Virginia, and Friends of the Rivers of Virginia.