Join MARTA Army and our partners at Atlanta Bike Coalition, Georgia STAND-UP, PEDS, iAccess Life, Sierra Club, Partnership for Southern Equity, and Transformation Alliance to launch Operation Bus Stop Census, a crowdsourcing effort to catalog transit bus stops to better inform advocacy efforts and to raise the standards of bus access in the region
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Midtown Alliance, in partnership with the City of Atlanta, is hosting a public information open house for the US 19 (Spring Street) Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Project. The purpose of this Public Information Open House is to provide the public with an opportunity to learn more about the project, view preliminary designs, interact with staff ... Read more
A special Valentine's Day edition of Design Over Donuts - talking about buildings and streets in Atlanta that we love. We will hear from Nedra Deadwyler of Civil Bikes on some of Atlanta's unsung historic places.
The Atlanta Department of Transporation is holding a DeKalb Avenue Complete Street open house next month. Any project that affects this key, flat corridor should make the road safer for everyone. More information.
This will be a 6 mile ride around the Atlanta Beltline and Inman Park area. We will also be meeting up with Emory University’s bike club, Emory Bike Social,at Freedom Park! From there we will explore the Beltline and local historic sites! Afterwards dinner at Bell Street Burritos! More information.
Atlanta’s getting better by bike, and the best way to enjoy it is confidently! This instructional ride will help you improve your experience and safety while pedaling our city’s streets. Find more details & RSVP for classes at https://www.atlantabike.org/citycycling. Classes are free & occur the second Wednesday of every month. Give your city cycling confidence ... Read more
For the next six weeks, the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition will be offering a 6-lesson course. ONLINE! Whether you are riding our city streets out of necessity to get to work, to the pharmacy, to the grocery store, or to an appointment or you are wanting to just get out and move your body, the Atlanta Bicycle ... Read more
While the 2020 Atlanta Cycling Festival will be held this fall, ACF thought we could all use a little fun right now! So they've decided to hold their first ever Virtual Festival! From Saturday, May 9-15, ACF will release a few routes each day that we encourage you to ride solo, socially - distanced, and ... Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected communities of color throughout metro Atlanta with respect to health, housing, small businesses and jobs, transportation, education, and more. Relief and recovery efforts are compounding existing inequities. The effective design and implementation of community engagement and outreach efforts during and after the COVID-19 crisis must acknowledge and address historical, ... Read more
School's out and kids are getting more restless than ever. Many of them are venturing further down the street or out and about the neighborhood - on bikes!! Atlanta Bicycle Coalition's 45-minute virtual classes will run every Tuesday afternoon from 3-4:15 p.m. beginning May 19 until June 16. These engaging and visually entertaining classes are ... Read more
When the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition launched Atlanta Streets Alive in 2010, we set out to shift Atlanta’s culture. We wanted to inspire Atlantans to re-envision and reclaim our city streets as public spaces for people. Now, ten years and over 80 miles of open streets later, a modest pilot on Edgewood Avenue has become an ... Read more
How has MARTA and its transit partners been affected, and what is the path forward? On August 13 at 6:30pm, BeltLine Rail Now! will host an online forum focused on the pandemic’s impact on ridership, finances and planning at MARTA and the Atlanta BeltLine. Other topics will include an update on BeltLine light rail, which ... Read more
Join us for a combination of fun, fitness, fundraising, competition and awareness as we celebrate and educate our community on the brilliant lives of HBCU alumni. Those legends who were pillars in the birth of the Student Movement forced open the doors to many of the liberties we enjoy today. We will raise money for ... Read more
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
Join REI and Cannondale as they celebrate Biketober with a collection of exciting and inspiring cycling short films. Watch the films live, under the stars at Steady Hand Brewery or online from the comfort of your home! The first 100 registered guests viewing the films at Steady Hand, will receive their first beer courtesy of ... Read more
The Mobile Social is typically a monthly ride occurring the 2nd Thursday of the month. Our ride departs from Woodruff Park and is an easy-pace no-drop ride that's great for all levels of bike riders. Distance is typically 7 - 9 miles, and ends at a different food and beverage establishment each month for eats ... Read more
Starting the Dec. 14 through the 25th, Atlanta Cycling Festival will release a different route to enjoy at your leisure during the holidays. It’s our goal to bring a little two-wheel cheer this holiday season to you and yours! More information.
What makes a great street? Chat with a panel of national experts on what makes them work and how we can make the Peachtree Shared Space an exceptional public space for Atlanta. Based on community input during the Discovery Workshop in November, this event will focus on four factors that will influence the success of ... Read more
Do you have a stake in building an Atlanta where everyone moves safely, easily, and sustainably throughout the city? Please join Atlanta Bicycle Coalition staff on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 6:30 p.m. for its third quarterly stakeholder briefing as we discuss our 2021 priorities, our 2021 City of Atlanta and Atlanta School Board elections policy ... Read more
Are you ready to be part of Atlanta’s bicycling craze? The city’s got more and more folks out there riding bikes for fitness, commuting to work and school, as a means to get errands done, or taking in the BeltLine and other park spaces on two wheels. Come learn how to ride a bike. This ... Read more
Whether you are riding our city streets out of necessity to get to work, to the pharmacy, to the grocery store, or to an appointment or you are wanting to just get out and move your body, the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is here for you. In this lesson, you will: know where to get a ... Read more
This webinar will explore some of the key community projects that would turn Atlanta's existing patchwork of trails into a truly transformative, cohesive network. It will address: • The disconnected nature of the region’s trail network, which limits the ability of trails to serve as a means of daily transportation • The lack of access to ... Read more
Grady Health Foundation's fourth annual VeloCity fundraiser will take place on Saturday, May 1, 2021, at the beautiful Bouckaert Farm in Chattahoochee Hills. With its vast 8,000 acres, our new location will allow us to implement any necessary COVID-19 precautions so that our participants may ride or run safely. VeloCity 2021 features a variety of ... Read more
Ride your bicycle into the cemetery on Sunday, May 30, for Historic Oakland Foundation's Bike in for the Arts tabling event! From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. you’ll have the opportunity to meet with local bike organizations and learn more about the bicycle resources in your community. Participating organizations include Civil Bikes, Bicycle Tours of ... Read more
There is a new hiking/biking trail that connects Indian Springs State Park , Dauset Trails Nature Center, and the City of Jackson. In all, there are over 20 miles of hiking and biking trails for the public to enjoy. We would love for you to join us for the ribbon cutting ceremony and 9:30 a.m., ... Read more
Stranger Things Bike Ride for Kids Come ride your bike on the street where scenes from the Stranger Things series was filmed! A responsible parent/guardian must accompany each child. Bring your bike and helmet. Kids may pre-register for the event: https://members.buttschamber.com/events/details/stranger-things-bike-ride-for-kids-44
Join Dope Pedalers, Red, Bike & Green, MACC, and others from the Atlanta cycling community for the inaugural 12-15 mile casual "JRL Good and Necessary Trouble, Inc. Memorial Ride" by Jerrik Lewis. All cyclists and cycling clubs are invited to represent. More information.
Grant Park Criterium is a non-profit cycling race, organized and run by volunteers of the L5Flyers Race Team. All proceeds go towards event costs, prize payouts and an annual donation to the Grant Park Conservancy + Grant Park Neighborhood Association. Grant Park Criterium is the longest running USACycling sanctioned race in Atlanta. More information.
This free weekly group ride in Atlanta is held on Thursday nights! Tourdelanta is an active group of Mountain, Hybrid and off-road bicyclists who ride various urban-singletrack loops around Atlanta during the week. More information.
It’s time to gear up for the annual Biketober challenge! Biketober is a fun, free competition that encourages all metro Atlantans to experience the joy of riding a bike. The challenge kicks off on October 1 and continues all month long with weekly prize giveaways, friendly competition, and the chance to win an Edison eBike! ... Read more
Donate your gently used or new bikes to Free Bikes 4 Kidz on Saturday, Oct. 2 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Donated bikes will be fixed up and distributed to kids in need in our community just in time for the holidays! Multiple drop off locations are available around the Metro Atlanta area. More ... Read more
The live, in-person, festival is coming this Fall and will celebrate a return to cycling together with five days of rides and events, plus at least one party. More information.
Join the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition in supporting one of their favorite restaurant partners, Doc Chey's Grant Park! On Monday 11/29, Tuesday 11/30, and Wednesday 12/1, dine in or order take out, mention the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, and Doc Chey's will donate 25% of your purchase back to ABC. MORE INFORMATION
The Community Advocates Network (CAN) is a network of neighborhood leaders, community members, and business owners from across the city who advocate for increased access and mobility in Atlanta. MORE INFORMATION
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
This event is in partnership with Conte’s Bike Shop. Owners will have on display their vintage and custom bicycles for guest to enjoy. All makes and models of bicycles are welcomed to participate. MORE INFORMATION
Join Park Pride on a no-drops 9-mile bicycle tour of parks and trails on Atlanta’s Westside. This tour will highlight two of Atlanta’s newest destination parks–Westside Park and Rodney Cook Sr. Park in Historic Vine City–as well as visit some of the small-but-mighty neighborhood parks along the way. MORE INFORMATION
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
After two pandemic years of sheltering in place, maintaining social distance, wearing masks and having access to vaccines, the Youth Bike Summit is back on track and will take place in Atlanta the weekend of April 15th - 17th. The BRAG (Bike Ride Across Georgia) Dream Team is the host organization for this national gathering ... 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
Join Georgia Audubon and Trees Atlanta for a guided biking tour of West Atlanta to explore our local species of birds and trees! Starting at Historic Washington Park, participants will look for migrating birds and learn about the trees they depend on as we travel south down the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail. MORE INFORMATION AND ... Read more
Bikerversary is an outdoor festival with a block party, rides, races, panels, art exhibit, awards and more, celebrating Black folks on bikes. The event celebrates the 10th anniversary of Red, Bike and Green — a community-building collective of Black urban cyclists seeking to improve the physical and mental health, economy and local environment of Black ... Read more
This is an opportunity for a beginning cyclist to ride on city streets versus the Silver Comet or Arabia Mountain Trails. See what it’s like to ride in a group. Also, a chance for the experienced cyclist to “get in a spin” and share tips and info with newer riders. The long option is 28-miles. ... Read more
Enjoy eight days of cycling fun all over Atlanta, including homegrown rides, events and opening and closing bashes! More Information