Laurel Bicycle Center

Laurel's Neighborhood Bike Shop Since 1982.


14805 Baltimore Ave, Laurel, MD, 20707

Hours Monday-Friday 10-6, Saturday 10-4, Closed Sunday

Call us at:301-953-1223 Email us

Laurel Bicycle Center first opened its doors in 1982 and has been a part of the community ever since. We have been providing quality bicycles, parts and service for over 30 years.


2018 Bicycle Events


Fallsgrove Village Center, 14955 Shady Grove Rd., Rockville, MD 20850

 On our Rockville Community Ride, we'll explore some of the fun roads and neighborhoods of the area and learn a few things along the way. Approx. 6 miles.


Capitol South Metro, 355 1st St. SE (corner of 1st & D St. SE), Washington, DC 20003

In October, the nights get longer, cooler...and creepier! Join us for a ride to the most infamous haunted places on Capitol Hill. We'll finish at the Congressional Cemetery for their annual Soul Stroll guided cemetery tour!

PLEASE NOTE: You must must purchase your tickets in advance ( or when you arrive. There may be limited ticket availability, so check in advance if interested in the tour. Tickets for the Stroll are $25 for adults and $12 for children. Contact if you have any questions. 

Approx. 5 miles


PA 19107

The Philly Bike Expo is all about cycling


THEARC West Lot 1901 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington D.C.

As the weather cools down, it’s the perfect time to come out for a bike ride and enjoy the Oxon Run Trail in Ward 8. This is a family friendly event for the young and young at heart. The ride is open to all ages and genders. The ride is about four miles long on a flat trail. 


Dance Place, 8225 8th St NE, Washington D.C.

Route Options:

Honeycrisp Route: 52 miles. This loop takes riders from Northeast DC to Maryland’s Anacostia Tributary Trails through Hyattsville and College Park, then guides you into rolling hills and country roads, parklands, and wildlife refuges in Prince George’s county, including Beltsville agricultural lands, the Patuxent Research Refuge, and Greenbelt.

McIntosh Route: 28 miles. This loop takes riders from Northeast DC to Maryland’s Anacostia Tributary Trails through Hyattsville and College Park, then winds its way back to DC.

Candy Apple Route: 10 miles. This family-friendly loop ride meanders along neighborhood streets in Northeast DC and onto trails in Cottage City. It is mostly flat riding with a few short hills.


Archives Metro, 701 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20009

 Between daylight savings and the fast-approaching longest night of the year, it's a whole lot darker out there. Join us for a ride that celebrates the light! We'll show off our best bike lighting, check out holiday light displays, and do our best to brighten up the city. Approx. 6 miles.

It gets dark early, so front and rear bike lights are required!