Please note this month’s community bike ride will leave from Selden Park, where the Juneteenth Festival is being held, instead of Howard Coffin ParkAll participants should wear helmets and masks. Ice cold lemonade will be available for purchase benefiting the Arbery Family.
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 Golden Isles, Georgia Bikes, and The Brunswick Downtown Development Authority for the Brunswick event in Queen Square on Friday, May 7 at 10 a.m., with a casual downtown bike ride led by Tyler Vaughn of Brunswick Old Town Tours. If you can’t ride with us, stop by and pick up bike safety information, along with free bike bells, lights, water bottles, stickers and 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 information to share. Georgia Bikes is also providing hand sanitizer and masks. More information.