2014 Georgia Bike Summit, Columbus

From October 24-26, 2014, over 120 bicycle advocates, transportation professionals, and elected officials convened in Columbus for the 5th annual Georgia Bike Summit, presented by the Tony Serrano Century Ride.

Delegates representing 34 Georgia communities networked and learned best practices for improving bicycling throughout the state. The Savannah contingent wrote up this excellent summary of lessons they learned by attending the Summit.

Our Summit is the state’s only conference dedicated to sharing best practices and resources for creating better conditions for bicycling in Georgia. Our theme for the 5th Summit was “Complete Streets, Competitive Communities.” Workshops and speakers emphasized the strong economic case for creating safe streets that serve all users.

Thanks to everyone who helped make the 5th annual Summit a great success!



Atlanta Cycling Festival – What We Learned And How To Rethink Cycling Advocacy
Bicycle Tourism: Lessons Learned from Sumter County
Bike Touring Sherman’s March to the Sea
Bike-Ped Trail Planning: Updates & Case Study from Gainesville, GA
Complete Streets, Competitive Communities
Corridor Evaluation of People & Economics for Complete Streets
GDOT Update: Complete Streets and Road Safety Audits
“Journey to Complete Streets” Panel: Athens-Clarke County, Columbus, Milledgeville
Planning for Economic and Fiscal Health (Keynote presentation by Roger Millar)
Play Streets: Creating Opportunities to Enjoy Public Space
Riding & Advocating in Cobb County
Safer Streets, Stronger Economies (Presentation from Friday’s Bicycle Topics Roundtable)