Meet John Devine, Georgia Bikes’ new executive director Meet our new Executive Director, John Devine, AICP. John lives in Athens and comes to Georgia Bikes…
Registration for the 2021 Georgia Bike-Walk Summit is now available Registration for the virtual conference is free, but donations and Georgia Bikes memberships are encouraged…
Biketober challenge begins Oct. 1, Atlanta area residents invited to participate It’s time to gear up for the annual Biketober challenge! Biketober is a fun,…
Georgia Bikes Board of Directors thanks Elliott Caldwell for his service The Georgia Bikes Board of Directors wishes to thank Elliott Caldwell for his service…
RT @BikeWalkGolden: The weather was beautiful for the Gullah/Geechee BRAG Dream Community Bike Ride in Brunswick this morning. Thank you to…Read More
The 2021 Georgia Bike-Walk Summit has concluded. Thank you to our wonderful presenters, participants, and sponsors. You all have our permission to take the rest of the day off!Read More
🏃🏃♂️🏃♀️ Find out how to engage the running community in your bicycle and pedestrian advocacy efforts with Cecilia Arango of Savannah and Nate Nibbelink of Athens. Their Georgia Bike-Walk Summit session is coming up at 10:30 a.m. https://t.co/QL9PjgBi03Read More
Learn how to more effectively communicate with elected officials with @CailaB of @BikeWalkSav at 9:15 a.m. on day three of the Georgia Bike-Walk Summit. Not registered for the summit? Not a problem. You can still do that. It's free. https://t.co/XdRoVTYuqFRead More
Thank you to everyone who participated in day two of the Georgia Bike-Walk Summit. We are back at it Friday starting at 9 a.m. It's not too late to jump in. The summit is free, but registration is required. https://t.co/fyswPbE65SRead More
@PeepsLawyer Indeed! We'll schedule you for a full afternoon next time. Thank you for the informative presentation and your support of Georgia Bikes and the Georgia Bike-Walk Summit.Read More
Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Georgia Bike-Walk Summit: @PeepsLawyer of Bike Law GA discusses state laws relevant to people who walk and ride bikes, including Georgia’s new three-foot passing law. Sessions are free, but registration is required. https://t.co/UnsQDlfD11Read More
When you apply for or renew your Georgia car tag, please consider the “Share the Road” specialty tag! Funds from these tags support Georgia Bikes partner organizations.
We are asking Georgia residents and local cycling organizations to submit field reports about what they are seeing on neighborhood streets, sidewalks, and trails in their communities.
From virtual rides and contests to online organization meetings to webinars and distance learning opportunities, we update our online events calendar every week..