Macon Bike Party’s Ugly Sweater Ride

Oh, what fun it is to ride! Join Bike Walk Macon for Macon Bike Party’s Ugly Sweater Ride Thursday, Dec. 10. Meet at the Fall Line Brewing Co. outdoor courtyard at 6 p.m. for the monthly slow roll. Get in the spirit of the holidays and ride.

Meet at Fall Line Brewery located at 567 Plum St., Macon, GA 31201 at 6 pm. Ride will depart at 6:30 pm and return by 8 pm. Helmets are required and free bike lights will be available. Riders are welcome to join or depart the group at any point. After we ride, all participants will enjoy half off of your first beer.

Masks and social distancing enforced.

Open Streets Macon: Second Street

Bring your friends and family, and share in the experience of enjoying our city streets as public space! Organized by Bike Walk Macon, Open Streets Macon is a car-free celebration of public space; bringing people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds together to walk, skate, bike, play, and re-imagine how we use our public streets. More information.

Macon Bike Party: Turkey Trail

Bike Party returns Thursday, Nov. 12 with a new meet up location! Join Bike Walk Macon at the Library Ballroom parking lot for our third Fall slow roll. This month’s theme is “Turkey Trail.” Get in the spirit of Thanksgiving and gobble up this ride with us! Macon Bike Party is a free, slow-paced community bicycle ride for superheroes of all ages and skill levels. Come enjoy our great city and its neighborhoods from a unique perspective. More information.

Open Streets Macon: Monroe/Tattnall Street

Bring your friends and family, and share in the experience of enjoying our city streets as public space!

Open Streets Macon 2nd Neighborhood Activation is Sunday, October 18th from 2 pm to 6 pm with a new route! The streets of Macon will leap to life as Monroe/Tattnall Street becomes a paved park. The street will be closed to motorized traffic (except for intersections where cars will be free to cross). There is no registration, and Open Streets Macon is FREE and open to the public. More information.

Commuter Conversations Over Coffee: “My Bike Photographers”

Zoom in with a cup of coffee and hang out with the first three photographers of this year’s “My Bike Photo Series”.

Whether biking to commute, get food, to get healthy, or for recreation, biking is an important part of our culture. Dsto Moore, Curtis Hertwig, and Chris Smith give us a vision of what bikes mean to people in Macon. If you have been a model so far, we encourage you to join us to share your experience with the “My Bike Photo Series.” More information.

Commuter Conversations Over Coffee

Join Bike Walk Macon during bike walk month for interesting, engaging and informative virtual sessions discussing alternate transportation to cars – over COFFEE. Each week we will have a special guest moderator as we chat about all things biking, walking and coffee. This is a FREE virtual discussion open to everyone, whether you’re a seasoned, newbie, or aspiring commuter.

May 8: Safe Places to Bike and Walk During Covid-19

Rachel Umana, Executive Director of Bike Walk Macon will lead a discussion on the safest places to bike in Macon and beyond.

May 15: Basic Bike Maintenance with Bike Tech

Jim Langstaff and Bobby Shorr of Bike Tech will lead a discussion on the ABC’s of bike maintenance. Everyone could use a quick chat about what to do to keep your bike moving.

Friday May 22: Motivation to Bike or Walk

Let’s talk about how to get motivated to bike or walk. Our car is there conveniently getting us to and fro. What can we do to motivate getting on the bike once a week for an adventure, or walk to pick up dinner, biking to your friends house or walking just to get fresh air? Let’s talk over coffee about leaving the car keys at home and instead biking or walking.

Friday May 29: Topic To Be Announced

My Bike Macon Photo Series

The “My Bike Macon project” is an ongoing series of portraits and profiles of Maconites who use a bicycle to get around for more than just recreation. These photos highlight people who bike to get to work or school, or bike to run errands, or bike to improve their health. Together, these images and stories begin to form a portrait of Macon as an emerging bicycling city. This project is launched by Bike Walk Macon and photographer Dsto Moore to help celebrate Bike Walk Month, but it will continue to highlight different photographers and bicycle commuters every month.

Commuter Conversations Over Coffee

Join Bike Walk Macon during bike walk month for interesting, engaging and informative virtual sessions discussing alternate transportation to cars – over COFFEE. Each week we will have a special guest moderator as we chat about all things biking, walking and coffee. This is a FREE virtual discussion open to everyone, whether you’re a seasoned, newbie, or aspiring commuter.

May 8: Safe Places to Bike and Walk During Covid-19

Rachel Umana, Executive Director of Bike Walk Macon will lead a discussion on the safest places to bike in Macon and beyond.

May 15: Basic Bike Maintenance with Bike Tech

Jim Langstaff and Bobby Shorr of Bike Tech will lead a discussion on the ABC’s of bike maintenance. Everyone could use a quick chat about what to do to keep your bike moving.

Friday May 22: Motivation to Bike or Walk

Let’s talk about how to get motivated to bike or walk. Our car is there conveniently getting us to and fro. What can we do to motivate getting on the bike once a week for an adventure, or walk to pick up dinner, biking to your friends house or walking just to get fresh air? Let’s talk over coffee about leaving the car keys at home and instead biking or walking.

Friday May 29: Topic To Be Announced

My Bike Macon Photo Series

The “My Bike Macon project” is an ongoing series of portraits and profiles of Maconites who use a bicycle to get around for more than just recreation. These photos highlight people who bike to get to work or school, or bike to run errands, or bike to improve their health. Together, these images and stories begin to form a portrait of Macon as an emerging bicycling city. This project is launched by Bike Walk Macon and photographer Dsto Moore to help celebrate Bike Walk Month, but it will continue to highlight different photographers and bicycle commuters every month.

My Bike Macon Photo Series

The “My Bike Macon project” is an ongoing series of portraits and profiles of Maconites who use a bicycle to get around for more than just recreation. These photos highlight people who bike to get to work or school, or bike to run errands, or bike to improve their health. Together, these images and stories begin to form a portrait of Macon as an emerging bicycling city. This project is launched by Bike Walk Macon and photographer Dsto Moore to help celebrate Bike Walk Month, but it will continue to highlight different photographers and bicycle commuters every month.