Laurel Bicycle Center

Laurel's Neighborhood Bike Shop

 
 

14805 Baltimore Ave, Laurel, MD, 20707

Store Hours Monday-Friday 10-7, Saturday 9-6, Closed Sunday

Call us at:301-953-1223 Email us at:info@bicyclefun.com

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     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.

 
   
 
 
 

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There is something here for everyone:

  • The commonwealth's 838 miles of United States Bicycle Routes 1 and 76
  • The Virginia Capital Trail, connecting the colonial capital of Williamsburg with the modern capital of Richmond
  • Numerous locations for off-road mountain bike rides
  • A range of facilities suitable for beginners and families with young children.

The urban trails network of Northern Virginia is here, and the wild and challenging Heart of Appalachia Bike Route – 128 miles of paved and unpaved roads through remote, mountainous southwest Virginia.

Bicycling in Virginia focuses on routes and information of most interest to cyclists. The map includes setting, terrain, elevation and surface conditions.


Whether you are looking for a relaxing ride, commuting route to work, or just going out doing errands, the user-friendly Washington DC Bicycle Map will introduce you to the District’s extensive bicycle network of cycle tracks, new Capital Bikeshare stations, bike lanes, bike routes, trails and safety information.


Use the Bicycle Map to enjoy Maryland's bicycle trails. This map also classifies roads to assist you in selecting potential bicycling routes in Maryland.


The next time you are out near BWI Airport, you might like to check out the area's newest trail. Designed primarily with commuters in mind, the 11 mile BWI trail is also an excellent recreation facility. Many trail sections are surprising peaceful, despite the close proximity to airport runways.The ride through Friendship Park's young pine forest is very pleasant. Andover Park, at the north side of the airport, provides a great overlook of the general aviation runway. The best way to reach the BWI trail is by bike! A short trail spur provides access to the popular B&A Rail Trail running between Glen Burnie and Annapolis. If you prefer to drive to the trail, then a good parking area is the Dixon Observation Park (about one mile west of I-97 Exit 15 on Dorsey Rd). On nice days, this lot will fill up quickly. When this happens, additional parking is available just east of I-97 along the trail spur. Make sure you bring along enough food and drink, since there are no stores along the path.


The Baltimore and Annapolis Trail (B&A) is a nice trail for the whole family, but a bit of a drive from the D.C. Area. This trail is part of the East Coast Greenway. The trail has about an 8-foot wide paved surface and is in good condition. The total length is 13 miles between Annapolis and Glen Burnie, MD. Once you reach the northern terminus, a short connector path will take you over to the recently completed BWI Trail. The southern half of the trail cuts through some nice suburban neighborhoods. As you head farther north, the terrain becomes much more urban. The path goes right past Marley Station Mall before taking you into downtown Glen Burnie. At this point, the B&A right-of-way is taken over by Baltimore Light Rail. However, you can continue biking another 12 miles by using the new BWI Trail network.