Do your children love to ride? Mountain Biking is not like other sports; race and non-race options are available for any 6-12th grader for the 2022-2023 school year. Everyone rides together, and no one is left behind. Join us to answer any questions about mountain biking and see what it is all about.
Do your children love to ride? Mountain Biking is not like other sports; race and non-race options are available for any 6-12th grader for the 2022-2023 school year. Everyone rides together, and no one is left behind. Everyone Rides! No Try-outs! No Cuts!
The Annual Ride of Silence organized by the Southside Cycling Club will be held Wednesday, May 19 at the old K-Mart/BU parking lot starting at 6:30; ride starts at 7pm. We will roll out and ride silently to honor and remember those injured and killed by vehicles. This is a short, slow paced (12 mph max) free ride raising awareness of cyclists rights to public roadways while honoring riders injured or killed. Helmets are required, lights are recommended.
The City of Peachtree City, Georgia, has hired a consultant team to prepare a major update to the 2001 Peachtree City Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) study. The purpose of this study is to keep the LCI plan relevant and produce new recommendations for implementation.
This study is about making recommendations with public input on how to improve connections to destinations within our City core for travel and to use alternative means of transportation [walk, bike, carts].
The LCI plan focuses on the connection between land use, transportation, and economic development. The 2020 study area is centered around the SR 54/74 intersection, extending east to Lake Peachtree, south to Paschall Road, west to the County line, and north to Aberdeen Parkway.
The consultant team will present their initial findings and learn more from your input at the Public Kick-off Meeting in City Hall Council Chambers.
For more information about the study and to pre-register your planned attendance, visit the Peachtree City LCI website.