BPAC visits Alexandria’s memorials to veterans

On Sunday, November 22, BPAC organized a ride to see some of the veterans' memorials in Alexandria. Although our original ride on Veterans Day, November 11, was rained out, we were lucky to have unseasonably warm temperatures and some lingering fall foliage for the rescheduled ride. We started at Rocky Versace Plaza, named after the … Continue reading BPAC visits Alexandria’s memorials to veterans

A Virus and a Vision

by Ken Notis, Infrastructure Chair The COVID 19 pandemic has revealed many important things about bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure in Alexandria. While few changes can be made at the moment, due to pandemic induced resource constraints, we should take this opportunity to rethink our streets. Our sidewalks are too narrow While outdoors is safer than … Continue reading A Virus and a Vision

BPAC rides to see Halloween decorations

On October 31, we rode in small, socially distanced groups to admire Del Ray's Halloween decorations. We saw creepy clowns, Sesame Street characters, skeletons playing ping pong, a skull bubbling away inside an aquarium, inflatable dragons, a witches' coven, dancing disco skeletons on the No Souls Train, and all kinds of spiders, cobwebs, ghouls, and … Continue reading BPAC rides to see Halloween decorations