This year is the 100th Anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. Join us for a fun and fascinating ride to explore our city’s and country’s herstory. DC was one of the primary battlegrounds for the women’s suffrage movement, and amazing sites and stories abound. In addition, there are countless incredible women – artists, journalists, entrepreneurs, activists and politicians – who have left their mark on the city and county. Join “111 Places in Washington That You Must Not Miss” guidebook author and tour guide Andrea Seiger and Jeff Miller, the DC Cycling Concierge, on an 8-mile ride to check out numerous sites you may not have ever noticed but will now. Come learn and explore some of DC’s rich herstory, from Mary McCloud Bethune to Clara Barton, from brothels to temperance, from our beloved cherry trees to rulings at the Supreme Court. All people and all types of bikes welcome.
- Celebrate 100 years of Women’s Right to Vote
- Learn about some significant women leaders who made huge strides in women’s rights
- Discover significant sites related to the suffrage movement
- Enjoy a few more scandalous stories including a woman who owned DC’s most successful brothel right in the shadow of the Capitol Building
- Learn about some current exhibits highlighting women’s history and artists
- Pedal a bike friendly route with your small group and experienced guides
- Vistas of the National Mall and major landmarks including the Capitol Building and Washington Memorial
What to Expect:
Price: $155 per person or $589 for a group of four. Minimum of four guests / maximum of nine guests.
Level: Easy – casual ride with several stops
Start/End Location: Logan Circle (13th and P Streets NW), Washington, D.C. 20005
Mileage: 8-10 miles with several stops.
Start/End Date: Tours start at 8:00am and are approximately 3 hours.
Private tours with flexible dates and times available. Contact us at 800-866-7314
Jeff Miller, professional bicycle advocate, bike guide, and historian and guide Andrea Seiger.