This Saturday the Baltimore Family Bike Party ride will be weaving its way through Charles Village and we'd love for lots of families to join us. The weather on Saturday is supposed to be great (high of 63 degrees) and we'll be meeting in the parking lot at the Book Thing, so you can get there early and grab some books before the ride.


The ride itself will weave through the northern portions of Charles Village, probably with a short stop at the new playground at the Dell, and then end at the 32nd Street/Waverly Farmer's Market in time to get some snacks and do some grocery shopping. You can also take this as an opportunity to have breakfast at Pete's Grill. Steve Berlack from the 29th Street Community Center will meet us at the Book Thing to talk about the opportunities there and we'll go by lots of neighborhood landmarks as we tour upper CV. Also, if you want to, wear green for St. Patrick's Day or decorate your bike green!


We hope that you'll R.S.V.P. on Facebook ( or Meet-up ( and that you'll come ride with us this Saturday. We ride slowly and safely, generally on small streets, and usually have children along that range from toddlers up to middle-schoolers and their parents. The ride will be finished well before the ACC tournament games get going and it's a great way to get out biking now that the weather is finally warming up. Come join us and pass the message on to your friends and neighbors.




Book Thing Family Bike Party

The Book Thing, 3001 Vineyard Lane, Baltimore, MD 21218
Saturday, March 15, 2014,  9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
or on the Biking in B'more Meet-up Group (
The Book Thing is a special destination for families (and people of all ages!) who love books and love a good deal because the Book Thing gives books away for free! Join us next weekend on a gentle "Tour du Charles Village" starting from the Book Thing at Vineyard Lane and 30th Street and cruising on quiet neighborhood streets past local parks, playgrounds and family-friendly coffee shops. We'll be sure to stop at a playground before returning to the Waverly Farmer's Market for a snack.



Patrick McMahon


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