National Bike Summit

Save the Date: 2024 NATIONAL BIKE SUMMIT

March 19-21, 2024 | MLK Jr. Memorial Library | Washington, DC

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The 2024 National Bike Summit will take place in-person in Washington, D.C. from Tuesday, March 19, through Thursday, March 21, 2024.

Register to attend and hear from awesome speakers including:

  • Erick Cedeño, the Bicycle Nomad
  • Polly Trottenberg, Deputy Secretary of Transportation
  • Shailen Bhatt (invited), Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration
  • Veronica O. Davis, author of Inclusive Transportation

This year, the Summit will begin on Tuesday, March 19, with mobile workshops followed by an opening plenary and keynote, then other programming and an evening awards reception. On Wednesday, March 20, participants will take part in Lobby Day to meet with their representatives in Congress. Conference plenaries and programming will resume on the morning of Thursday, March 21, with additional breakout sessions, and plenary speakers.

Register for the Summit

Cherry Blossoms at the Summit

Once again, the National Bike Summit will overlap with the iconic cherry blossom season in Washington, DC. Take some time at lunch to hop on a bike (or Capital Bikeshare) and check out the blooms. We've put together a short route you can check out via Strava:

Schedule-at-a-Glance

Check out the full agenda on our agenda page »

Request for Proposals

We invite proposals on a range of topics related to safer roads, slower speeds, and making biking better. Topics should be relevant to the bicycling movement and support enhancing Summit attendees’ collective understanding of how to make biking better through expanding cycling education, increasing the inclusivity of and access to bicycling through meaningful engagement, and building bike infrastructure for all ages and abilities that connects communities.

Preference will be given to proposals submitted on or before October 25, 2023 at 11:59pm PT. However, the RFP will remain open through December and additional proposals will be considered if there are additional openings in the Summit agenda or webinar series. Submit a Proposal »