Come join U Create Macon for a casual pace bike ride and we learn about the rich Black History of Macon. This series is a part of a monthly bike ride tour hosted by the Major Taylor Chapter of Middle Georgia.
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Bring your helmet to the first annual Emory Village Open Streets’ family friendly Ride Druid Hills. Cyclists will experience the beauty and learn about the history of Druid Hills as they ride the 7-mile route comprised mostly of dedicated paths and quiet residential streets, beginning and ending at the former Slice and Pint parking lot. ... Read more
The ride will visit local murals, meandering through back streets and alleys at a casual pace. The 1-hour long ride is ideal for new or beginning riders and will leave from and return to Mary Ross Waterfront Park. Georgia Bikes, Bike Walk Golden Isles, and other organizations will be set up in the park with ... Read more
Join the Pleasant Hill Neighborhood Association for outdoor guided tours to learn about the historic and cultural assets of the the Pleasant Hill Neighborhood. More information.
The third tour of the fascinating art work in downtown Brunswick Georgia. Meet at the Farmers market at Mary Ross Waterfront Park at 1:30 p.m. The ride will last approximately two hours and a little over 4 miles of stop and go through alleys and brick pavers. More information.
Macon Bike Party is a FREE, slow-paced community bicycle ride for people of all ages and skills levels. Come enjoy our great city and its neighborhoods from a unique perspective. Join Bike Walk Macon Thursday, April 8 for Macon Bike Party's Ocmulgee Exploration! Revisit the new Walnut Creek Connector Trail and celebrate the newest section ... Read more
A slow paced, stop and go, block to block bicycle ride to celebrate the murals painted downtown. Great for novice and beginners. More information.
Join U Create Macon as they celebrate diversity leading up to the second day of the Pan African Festival. The tour starts at 10 am.
Governor’s Office of Highway Safety will be debuting “Capital to Coast 2021” on May 3-7, 2021. The inaugural launch of this campaign will include a 5-city educational tour, with stops in Atlanta, Athens, Macon, Savannah, and Brunswick. To help decrease fatality numbers, the Capital to Coast 2021 tour will focus on issues like helmet safety, ... Read more
The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety has organized Capital to Coast, a five day series of events to promote bike safety in our state. The inaugural campaign will include a five-city educational tour, with stops in Atlanta (May 3), Athens (May 4), Macon (May 5), Savannah (May 6), and Brunswick (May 7). Join Bike Walk ... Read more
A Jane's Walk is an annual festival of free, community-led walking conversations inspired by Jane Jacobs, a writer, urbanist and activist who championed the voices of everyday people in neighborhood planning and city-building. The 2-mile casual walk, led by Senior Planner Brice Wood and TRED President Harry Brock, will focus on the unseen aspects of Broad and South Broad ... Read more
Enjoy a ranger led bike ride through the state park of Skidaway Island. We'll begin our adventure at the Visitor Center. Bikes are available for rent at the Visitor Center. All bikers under the age of 16 are required to wear a helmet. Please pre-register for the program by calling the park office. More information.
The Urban Farm Bike Tour | Soil Fest Edition will celebrate Southwest Atlanta and the surrounding area via the power of our own bodies on bicycles. Participants will safely traverse the historical streets of the WestEnd, Ashview Heights, College Town, Oakland City and beyond, ultimately ending at Soil Fest at Truly Living Well. More information.
Join thousands of people throughout the world and go on a one- or two-night bike adventure during the weekend of June 4 - 6, 2021. More information
Try out the route for the St. Marys Tabby Trail (Multi-Use & Bike Trail) to get outside on National Trails Day! This is an 11-mile bike and multi-use path from St. Marys Waterfront Park to Crooked River State Park. More information.
The Trans North Georgia Adventure is a 350-mile mountain bike route through the mountains of northern GA on trails, forest roads and paved roads featuring challenging terrain, beautiful scenery, and a whole lot of climbing. More information.
A ranger will lead a 3 mile bike ride through the Big Ferry Trail. There will be stops along the way to talk about the history of the park and observe wildlife that may appear. If you do not have a bike of your own you can rent one from the park at the Visitor ... Read more
Tour de Troup will begin and end in LaGrange, GA with tours of the surrounding countryside and small towns of Troup County. Located about an hour south of Atlanta off I-85 on one of Georgia’s largest lakes, Troup has some beautiful countryside to explore. There will be Century, Metric Century, “Marathon”, and Family Fun Ride ... Read more
To make reservations call the Reynolds Mansion at 912-485-2299 More Information
Join a casually paced ride along the Martin Luther King Jr. Outdoor Learning Trail, with historic site interpretation by Carver HS students, music by CSU Black Schwob Society, ending with a reading of Dr. King’s 1958 speech at the Prince Hall Masonic Lodge. MORE INFORMATION AND LINK TO REGISTRATION
To make reservations call the Reynolds Mansion at 912-485-2299. Your day will begin with a ferry ride aboard The KATIE UNDERWOOD, arriving on Sapelo Island approx. 9 am where you will meet your guide, mount up on our beach cruiser bicycles and head off for a full day of adventure, climbing a lighthouse, bicycling on ... Read more
Winter Ride is a great late-winter escape, a relaxed multisport event suitable for all levels of biking. Each day ride to different locations in the St. Marys area and visit such attractions as Cumberland Island, Fernandina Beach, Amelia Island, and Kings Bay Submarine Base. Each night's stay is in hotels. Non-riders are also welcomed. MORE ... Read more
Civil Bikes in partnership with the Consulate General of Switzerland in Atlanta are offering bike tours to celebrate Black History Month on Feb. 20 at 1:30 p.m. This Black History Month Bike Tour offers engagement of the rich Black heritage in the Atlanta landscape. More Information
Join us Thursday, March 10th for Macon Bike Party's Greenwood Bottom and Industrial Macon ride! We'll ride through historic Greenwood Bottom and learn about Industrial Macon's lost neighborhood - Tybee. -- THE DETAILS -- Macon Bike Party is a FREE, slow-paced community bicycle ride for people of all ages and skills levels. Come enjoy our ... Read more
Celebrate Phoenix Flies 2022 with an invigorating 10-mile bike ride on the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail and the newly completed first segment of the Southside Trail. Enjoy fresh air and exercise as your knowledgeable guides lead you on a tour of these trails and the historic Atlanta neighborhoods they pass through. Atlanta BeltLine Bike Tours ... Read more
The BeltGrind is an annual bicycling odyssey through southern space and time: an adventurous time trial for some, a casual cycling tour of home for others. It's the first two-wheeled community race-and-ride along Atlanta's evolving former railway corridor. MORE INFORMATION