Please Read Before Using Our Events Calendar
The Georgia Bikes events calendar includes virtual and in-person events. You may submit your event free-of-charge using this form. If you would like to learn how to attract more attendees and support our advocacy efforts, check out our Supporting Events Program.
Georgia Bikes makes every effort to verify the information submitted here. However, event details and published information are the responsibility of the event organizer and, by submitting event details, the submitting individual/organization agrees to indemnify Georgia Bikes against any claim of inaccurate information and copyright violation, as well as all other potential issues that may arise. If you have any questions about an event on our calendar, please reach out to that event’s organizer.
Each event on our calendar includes a link to the website or Facebook page of the event organizers. Please check the details available via these links to get the latest information on cancellations, postponements, schedule updates, or other details that may not be reflected on our calendar.
Law enforcement officers are essential partners for improving the safety of Georgia’s roads for all road users, including bicyclists. Many vehicle crashes can be prevented if both cyclists and motorists follow the rules of the road. Georgia Bikes offers a free POST-certified training for your local police department (Course ID: NTE04G). To schedule a training, contact our safety education programs manager.
II. Workshop goals
III. Georgia’s Bicycle Laws
V. Common Violations
VI. Common Bicycle Facilities
VII. Crash Reporting
VIII. Additional Resources
The Austin Police Department is an excellent resource for effective enforcement campaigns of the three feet safe passing law.
We also offer the following resources for traffic enforcement officers:
- Bicyclist Pocket Guide: Rights & Rules
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) online training on bicycle safety for law enforcement officers: Enhancing Bicycle Safety: Law Enforcement’s Role (To access the online training, just follow the link (pop-up-blocking software must be disabled).