Organizing a cycling event? Here’s how to make it more successful and support Georgia Bikes at the same time! Are you organizing a ride, race,…
22nd Annual gathering of bicycle advocates will be held online Feb. 28-March 3 The 2021 National Bike Summit will be held online again this year,…
Georgia Bikes Macon, Ga. — Georgia Bikes is pleased to announce it has received a $69,655.63 grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS)….
Making the best of a difficult situation As the pandemic bike boom continues, bicycles remain a hot commodity and that applies to children’s bikes as…
RT @BikeLeague: 1,500+ people have joined us in taking action to demand a Manual for Safe Streets. All it takes is a few clicks to submit y…Read More
RT @NACTO: Because of one federal rulebook, the #MUTCD, walking, biking, and taking transit in America is often unwelcoming and unsafe. T…Read More
RT @schlthss: Today is last day for #MUTCD comments. 16,000 received so far. In 2007 there were only 2,000 comments public was unaware of t…Read More
Reminder - you have until midnight tonight, Friday May 14th, to submit comments!Read More
@AtlCyclingFest #ACFVirtualFest 2021 starts tomorrow May 15th through May 21st! Smack dab in the middle of #BikeMonth - virtual events all week. Learn more at the link below & hopefully there will be some in-person ACF events this fall.Read More
We just submitted comments and you should as well! Sign on to the @BikeLeague letter or send your own via this portal: Language for your own letter here: https://t.co/zdTJma8UBR https://t.co/qO6pXnn2OE https://t.co/LJXa8RlrPuRead More
Glad to be of assistance! We can help neighborhood/local/regional bike + walk + roll organization get off the ground in GA by being your fiscal sponsor & helping with building a Board, mission/vision, & more. Reach out to us - email@example.com.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.
From virtual rides and contests to online organization meetings to webinars and distance learning opportunities, we update our online events calendar every week..