2024 Athens to Savannah Ride

2024 marks the 25th year of the Athens to Savannah Ride. Gravel cyclists roll out of Athens on Thursday, October 17th for the 4-day ride to Savannah. Each day takes riders to a new destination on courses through rural Georgia. Gravel riders can expect amazing terrain – from the red clay of the hilly Piedmont region to the sandy soils of the Coastal Plain. Road cyclists can opt for the 3-day option, departing Athens on October 18th and finishing in Savannah on October 20th. Learn more about courses, lodging, registration, and single day options on AthensToSavannah.com

Choose from 4-day gravel, 3-day road or single-day options.

The Athens to Savannah Ride is a fundraiser for the Georgia Hi-Lo Trail.

Savannah Cupid Ride

The Last Stop Loved Cupid Ride is a police-escorted 5-mile bicycle ride through Savannah’s Historic District to raise money and awareness for Georgia Rescue, Rehabilitation, & Relocation (GRRR). GRRR is a 501(c)(3) rescue organization that serves Savannah and the surrounding counties. Their program, Last Stop Loved, finds homes and provides medical care for medically challenged senior dogs who have been abandoned or lost their owners due to unfortunate circumstances. The name Last Stop Loved represents a final place where these pups can find incredible love and caring as they spend their last days on earth. Money raised for Last Stop Loved will directly benefit GRRR’s efforts to care for these canine babies. Cupid-themed attire is encouraged! The event will feature live music, on-site delectable bites, and raffles to win prizes, including a new bike from Savannah On Wheels. Bike rentals are available for the duration of the ride.

SWAY MTB GCA Information Session and Ride

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 hop on the trails with our team members to see what it is all about. Don’t forget your bike.

SWAY MTB GCA Information Session and Ride With Us

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 hop on the trails with our team members to see what it is all about. Don’t forget your bike.

VeloCity Atlanta: Ride/Run/Walk to Support Grady Hospital!

Grady Health Foundation’s fourth annual VeloCity fundraiser will take place on Saturday, May 1, 2021, at the beautiful Bouckaert Farm in Chattahoochee Hills. With its vast 8,000 acres, our new location will allow us to implement any necessary COVID-19 precautions so that our participants may ride or run safely. VeloCity 2021 features a variety of distance options, including 100-mile, 62- mile, 50-mile, 25-mile, and 10-mile rides along metro Atlanta’s best bike routes and run/walk options, including the Grady Superhero 5K and a 9-mile trail run on the 8,000-acre Bouckaert Farm. Participants of all ages and abilities who register for this movement are invited to stay for lunch and an all-day, family-friendly celebration after crossing the finish line.

Registration starts at $30, depending on the course. Participants who cannot join the event on May 1 have an option to register as a Virtual Rider. VeloCity 2021 supports the overall mission of the Grady Health System. Participants can organize teams or raise funds as an individual. No matter how you move or what distance you choose, your registration fee and the funds you raise will directly support Grady’s mission.

Who: Grady Health Foundation
What: Velocity Atlanta 2021
When: 6:30 a.m., Saturday, May 1, 2021
Where: Bouckaert Farm in Chattahoochee Hills, Fairburn, GA
For more information and registration, visit www.velocityatlanta.com; www.facebook.com/VeloCityAtlanta

VeloCity Atlanta Ride for Grady 

In the face of a global pandemic, Grady stands strong. But the fight is not over and we need you more than ever. While we cannot physically be together, we do hope you will join us to ride, on Nov. 7, 2020 in support of Grady Hospital.

Why Grady?

At Grady, lifesaving never stops. Every hour of the day, patients receive the best medical care from 3,000 physicians who represent 80 medical specialties and are recognized as some of the nation’s top physicians. Since Grady opened 128 years ago, it has provided the same quality of care for rich and poor, black and white. Grady creates an open, safe space for all who enter to receive the care they need. Grady is known as one of the nation’s best trauma centers. Today, it is managing the dynamic impact of COVID-19 while still healing disease, caring for burns and correcting injuries – all while delivering compassionate care safely and keeping Atlanta healthy.

We hope you will join us.

Every mile and every dollar matters!

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