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Bike Roswell Mayor’s Ride and Roswell Moves!

April 28 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm EDT

Mark your calendars for Sunday, April 28, as ‘Roswell Moves!’ returns for its spectacular fifth edition. This innovative ‘open streets’ event, orchestrated by Bike Roswell! and strongly supported by the City of Roswell and our partners, including our sponsors, Top Job Beverage & Events and Visit Roswell, is set to redefine your Sunday fun.

Starting at 8 a.m., the day kicks off with the iconic Bike Roswell! Mayor’s Ride, now in its 22nd year. Cyclists can choose from routes of 18, 40 to 64 miles. Beginning at City Hall, riders will be lead out by new sponsor Regal INEOS Grenadier and ending on Canton Street with a great lunch. Simultaneously, Canton Street, stretching from Heart of Roswell Park to Woodstock Road, will be a vehicle-free zone from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., hosting a variety of activities from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
While there’s a registration fee for the Mayor’s Ride, all other Roswell Moves! activities are free to enjoy.

Event Highlights:
Roswell Moves! Activities: A dynamic mix of activities, demonstrations, and games promoting healthy lifestyles. Dance, jump, roll, stretch, twirl, and walk your way through the day. Enjoy live music on two stages by Mojo Vinyl and Rock ’N’ Taco, and don’t forget the shopping, eating, and drinking!

*New* Roswell Arts Fund Chalk Art: Watch as professional chalk artists brighten the day and the pavement with chalk murals along Canton Street in this new edition to the Roswell Moves experience. Grab a piece of chalk yourself and join in on the fun to create a community patchwork of color and help us show off Roswell’s creative side! Presented by Roswell Arts Fund, the Georgia Chalk Artist Guild and The Hagan Family Foundation.

Family Bike Parade at 11 a.m.: Led by Bike Roswell!, it’s a delightful spectacle for all ages and all types of pedal-powered vehicles.

Historic Roswell Kiwanis Kids’ Bicycle Safety Rodeo (12-3 p.m.): A hands-on learning experience about cycling safety and bicycle handling skills, culminating in a fun obstacle course.

Get Involved! Businesses can join this year’s event in three categories: Route Host, Activity Partner, or Event Sponsor. Applications are open until March 31. We’re seeking engaging, health-focused activities that resonate with our mission. Find the application form at bikeroswell.com/roswellmoves/activitypartner/.

Mayor’s Ride Details:
Starting Point: City Hall
Ride Options: 18, 42, and 64 miles, including a flat 18-mile route along the Chattahoochee River.
Extras: Pre-ride support from Roswell Bicycles, rest stop refreshments, post-ride lunch by Lucky’s Burger & Brew and Gate City Brewing Company Beverages served by Top Job Beverage & Events
Registration: Discount available through March 31 at bikeroswell.com/rides-maps/mayorsride/.
Proceeds from the Mayor’s Ride benefit Bike Roswell!, supporting cycling advocacy and initiatives. Bike Roswell! members receive an additional registration discount.
We invite you to be a part of Roswell Moves! – a day full of exercise, entertainment, and community engagement!

Details

Date:
April 28
Time:
8:00 am - 3:00 pm EDT
Website:
www.bikeroswell.com/roswellmoves

Organizer

Bike ros
Phone
4043098799
Email
nathan.sears@bikeroswell.org
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Venue

Canton Street, Roswell
Canton Street
Roswell, GA United States
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