The Coastal Regional Commission Council approved a regional bicycle and pedestrian plan (Aug. 12, 2020) designed to help our local governments improve connectivity, establish a…
Lots of people ride bicycles in our state for transportation as well as fun outdoor recreation with their friends and family. Details below about the…
We are planning the 2020 Georgia Bike Summit and need your input We made the decision to move our 2020 Georgia Bike Summit to a…
Throughout May we are celebrating National Bike Month 2020 by sharing information on bicycle advocacy organizations around the state that are working to improve conditions…
RT @StreetsblogUSA: New data reveals that cycling skyrocketed 26% nationwide at the height of the quarantine boom — but the cities that saw…Read More
RT @BikeLeague: Did you miss our webinar yesterday about how to advocate for eCargo bikes to take the place of car trips in your community?…Read More
It's getting a touch colder out there, especially above the gnat line!Read More
RT @SafeRoutesNow: Are you a communications professional with strong writing skills, an eye for design, and a commitment to advancing racia…Read More
RT @atlantabike: If you're taking this Friday off, why not join @REI for #OptOutside ? Enjoy time walking or rolling on the trails or stree…Read More
RT @MrRhodenbaugh: 23,000. @WhenWeAllVote nonpartisan runoff resources GA educators can use right now: Pass it on…Read More
RT @BikeLeague: Could your city replace some cars in their vehicle fleet with eCargo bikes? On our webinar tomorrow, reps from the City of…Read More
When you apply for or renew your Georgia car tag, please consider the “Share the Road” specialty tag! Funds from these tags support Georgia Bikes partner organizations.
We are asking Georgia residents and local cycling organizations to submit field reports about what they are seeing on neighborhood streets, sidewalks, and trails in their communities.