Form now available for reporting problematic rumble strips Georgia Bikes is working with the Georgia Department of Transportation to identify state-maintained roads which can be…
Organizing a cycling event? Here’s how to make it more successful and support Georgia Bikes at the same time! Are you organizing a ride, race,…
22nd Annual gathering of bicycle advocates will be held online Feb. 28-March 3 The 2021 National Bike Summit will be held online again this year,…
Georgia Bikes Macon, Ga. — Georgia Bikes is pleased to announce it has received a $69,655.63 grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS)….
RT @BethOsborneT4A: If you are an active transportation advocate, you have probably run into a transportation engineer who says you can’t h…Read More
@finchfryATL @nytimes @advcyclingassoc @SwiftIndustries Great! Thanks so much. We'll be in touch.Read More
@finchfryATL @nytimes @advcyclingassoc @SwiftIndustries That's rad. Thanks for the info. We've been working on statewide trail plans and state bike routes updateswith GDOT but mapping established bikepacking routes that use gravel roads might be a missing part of the overall equation.Read More
Great article highlighting bikecamping/bicycle touring with a photo from GA. Thanks @finchfryATL!Read More
@finchfryATL @nytimes @advcyclingassoc Very cool! Where is the photo from & what was the trip itinerary? We've been working a lot with @advcyclingassoc on rumble strip issues lately & have very much enjoyed it.Read More
Couldn't agree more with Armand Turner from @OfficialHLTYSAV @Tide2Town! Congrats on his tenure in the 2020 Walking College & hopefully more GA folks take part in this program in the future.Read More
RT @4castpublicart: Transportation can confront racism in the built environment; artists play an important role in that work—revealing stru…Read 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..