Cycling Without Age - Washington, DC wheels start rolling on Saturday, March 12

Cycling Without Age founder Ole Kassow will be with us on Saturday, March 12 to kick off CWA in Washington, DC with two rides.

Slow Roll #1
Where: Knollwood Retirement Community, 6200 Oregon Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20015 (rides starting at Greene Circle)
When: Saturday, March 12 at 11:00 a.m.
Who: The residents of Knollwood
What: short, introductory rides. Ole Kassow will introduce a short film about CWA.

Slow Roll #2
Where: The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500 (meet on promenade between Lafayette Square and the White House)
When: Approximately 2:30/3:00 p.m. 
Who: Anyone
What: Bring your own bike and join us for a relaxed ride on the promenade by the White House, then down to the Mall (Reflecting Pool, Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, WWII Memorial)

Volunteers/Participants needed
Photographers and videographers to record the day's events.  
Two or three people to lend a hand for whatever is needed at Knollwood.
Bikers to ride along with us at the White House and Mall - bring your family. Passengers at the White House.

***Two things could impact our plans -- weather and our rickshaw shipment, neither of which we have control over.  Rickshaw is due this week (fingers crossed). A follow-up email will confirm or alter our plans.***

Your CWA - DC Team: Craig, Greg and Rick

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