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Energize Your Commute: Gold's Gym DC Metro to Partner with Prime Hydration and Alani Nu for Bike to Work Day 2024 in Georgetown Park

May 1st, 2024

Gold's Gym DC Metro is partnering with Prime Hydration and Alani Nu to provide a refreshing pit stop for commuters at Bike to Work Day 2024 in Georgetown Park. Biking to work won't just be about reducing your carbon footprint; it'll also be about promoting a healthier lifestyle and fostering community engagement.

On May 17th, 2024, cyclists will pedal into Georgetown Park not only to celebrate their commitment to sustainable transportation but also to refuel and recharge. Stop by the Georgetown Park Waterfront pit stop, sponsored by the Georgetown BID, as the sun rises over the nation's capital and meet with the Gold's Gym DC Metro team, along with other local businesses in the Georgetown area.

Bike to Work Day Event

  • May 17th, 2024

  • 7:00am - 9:00am

  • Georgetown Waterfront Park (K St & Wisconsin Ave NW)

Gold's Gym DC Metro, a stalwart in promoting fitness and well-being, understands the importance of proper hydration and nutrition, especially for those embarking on an active commute. That's why they've teamed up with Prime Hydration, renowned for their electrolyte-packed drinks, and Alani Nu, known for their delicious and nutritious snacks, to offer a one-of-a-kind experience to Bike to Work Day participants.

But beyond the immediate benefits of hydration and nutrition, Gold's Gym DC Metro's involvement in Bike to Work Day will speak to a larger commitment to promoting active lifestyles and environmental stewardship. By encouraging alternative modes of transportation and supporting initiatives that prioritize health and wellness, they will not only be shaping healthier communities but also contributing to a more sustainable future.

(Georgetown DC - Event - Bike to Work Day -

Turn a simple morning commute into a celebration of fitness, friendship, and the power of collaboration. Visit the Bike to Work Day website to learn more about the pit stop and other pit stops across the DMV happening on May 17th.

Gold's Gym is coming to Georgetown Park!

Exciting developments are underway as the construction of a brand new Gold's Gym nears completion in Georgetown Park. The site is abuzz with activity as workers diligently put the finishing touches on the state-of-the-art facility.

Gold's Gym Georgetown Park - 3270 M St NW Suite C100, Washington, DC 20007

From the carefully laid foundations to the installation of cutting-edge equipment, every detail has been meticulously crafted to ensure a top-notch environment for health and wellness. Anticipation is building as we eagerly prepare for the grand opening, inviting everyone to join us in celebrating a new era of fitness and well-being. Stay tuned for more updates as we count down to the exciting unveiling of our brand-new gym, opening this spring!


About Gold's Gym DC Metro -  Proudly serving 20+ locations Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia, Gold's Gym DC Metro is committed to helping people achieve their potential through fitness. Experience state-of-the-art equipment, world class expert trainers, build community through our group exercise classes and experience change at any of our locations in the DMV. Locally owned and operated, Gold's Gym DC Metro is your ultimate neighborhood gym and fitness destination.

About Georgetown BID - Established in 1999 by its property owners and merchants, the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) is a publicly chartered, private, non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and enhancing the accessibility, attractiveness and appeal of Georgetown’s commercial district. It is organized as a not-for-profit corporation in DC, and registered by Mayor’s order under the District of Columbia Business Improvement District Act.

About Bike to Work Day - The League of American Bicyclists began Bike to Work Day as part of Bike Month in 1956. Over the years, Bike to Work Day has grown into a widespread event with countless bicyclists taking to the streets nationwide in an effort to get commuters to try bicycling to work as a healthy and safe alternative to driving alone. In the metropolitan Washington, DC region, Bike to Work Day has grown from a small group of a few hundred in 2001 to a pre-pandemic high of 18,700 participants.



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