"Ride as much or as little as long or as short as you feel. But ride." -Eddy Merckx

Mid Atlantic features all types of great rides, races, and events for all faucets of cycling.  Everyone that works at Bike Doctor Waldorf is passionate about cycling. We all crave different adventures. We can recommend the best bike and equipment suitable for your next adventure. Welcome to the Bike Culture!  Everyone leaves happy.


Recreational Rides

Imagine riding through a picturesque town on main streets lined with shops, or pedaling on a trail beneath a canopy of towering maple and oak trees. No matter your interest or skill level, Maryland has a bike route for you.

Road Bike Rides

"It’s always easier to say that the riding is better on the hilly road, the mountain road, the dirt road, the gravel road, the road along the coast, the road along the river, the road through the vineyards, the road without a stop sign, the road that never ends, even the road so straight you could ride 10 miles on it without steering, but in the end, the best road is always the one we’re riding. To wit, as long as I’m on any road and able to pedal, pedal, pedal, I’ll be where I want to be." MIKE MAGNUSON

Gravel Rides

Gravel riding began in the US where long, remote stretches of fire road bridged the gap between the worlds of road, mountain biking and cyclocross

Mountain Bike Rides

MORE (The Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts), Inc. is a 501c (3) nonprofit organization representing thousands of mountain bikers in the greater Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area. Founded in 1992, MORE maintains more than 400 miles of natural-surface trails in 41 state and county parks throughout the region. MORE members contribute more than 6,000 volunteer hours annually and have constructed nearly 100 miles of new, sustainable trail. The club also leads hundreds of rides each year at local parks, ranging from beginner to advanced levels.

Downhill Mountain Bike Parks

Many ski resorts run lift accessed bike parks in the summer. Lift-accessed bike parks are good because they offer the chance to make many more runs down a mountain than could be done without use of a lift. Most parks have a nice progression of trail difficulty for people to improve their skills on.

BMX Tracks

Chesapeake BMX, ranked in the top 5 among all tracks on the East Coast.