Roswell Moves! An Open Streets Event

Bike Roswell! and the City of Roswell bring “open streets” back to Canton Street on Sunday April 24th with Roswell Moves! Canton Street in historic downtown Roswell will be used for complimentary fun, games, and demonstrations to promote healthy lifestyles.

This innovative experience encourages people to explore the community by walking, pedaling, rolling, and even playing. A majority of the activities are free. Attendees are encouraged to experience and savor the offerings provided by local merchants in the Historic Roswell corridor as well.

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Bike Roswell! Mayor’s Ride

This year Bike Roswell! celebrates another anniversary of bicycle advocacy in the Roswell area with 19, 43 and 64 mile routes will parade down Canton Street before traveling rolling hills and flat sections as we tour the city of Roswell. Rest stops will be stocked with drinks and snacks. Pre-ride mechanical support will be provided. T-shirts will be given to all registered riders for the 19, 43 and 64 mile routes.

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2021 Bike Roswell! Mayor’s Ride

The Bike Roswell Mayor’s Ride returns Sunday, August 29th, 2021! Bike Roswell is excited to continue a great tradition with the city’s mayor, Lori Henry. There will be multiple routes of varied distance traveling over rolling hills and flat sections next to the Chattahoochee river through the city of Roswell. Rest stops will be stocked with drinks and snacks. More information.

Nantahala Outdoor Center Pedal and Pour

Join Nantahala Outdoor Center and From The Earth Brewing Company for a scenic guided bike ride along the Chattahoochee River Corridor followed by a brewery tour and tasting. Guests can choose their own adventure by picking from a pedal assisted E-bike or a standard bike for the five mile ride. More information.