Bike Walk Savannah Virtual Ride

Each month Bike Walk Savannah will be releasing a new virtual bike ride route for you to check out, ranging from 3-20 miles on Friday mornings (weather and schedule permitting). If you go on the ride, share your pictures on social media and tag Bike Walk Savannah and #BikeWalkSAV, and it’ll be like we were there together! Your pictures may appear on our website and be reposted on our social media. More information. 

Savannah Cranksgiving Ride

Bike Walk Savannah’s ninth annual Savannah Cranksgiving Ride is Saturday, Nov. 20. starting at 1 p.m. Cranksgiving is half bike ride, half food drive and a 100 percent fun way to spend a Saturday afternoon helping others.

Bike Walk Savannah (and you!) will be helping feed hungry people at Emmaus House. Founded in 1982 by a group of downtown churches, Emmaus House provides food and day services to the homeless and needy of Savannah. Breakfast is served at 8:30 a.m. Monday through Friday, fifty weeks each year. More information.

Bike Walk Savannah Virtual Ride

Each month Bike Walk Savannah will be releasing a new virtual bike ride route for you to check out, ranging from 3-20 miles on Friday mornings (weather and schedule permitting). If you go on the ride, share your pictures on social media and tag Bike Walk Savannah and #BikeWalkSAV, and it’ll be like we were there together! Your pictures may appear on our website and be reposted on our social media. More information. 

Bike Walk Savannah Cycle Social: Truman Linear Park Trail

Cycle social is back! Join Bike Walk Savannah each month for a casual, family-friendly bike ride at a different spot in Savannah or Chatham County.

This month we’ll meet at 6 p.m. at Lake Mayer in front of the Park Administrative Office and ride the Truman Linear Park Trail, ending with a conversation about Tide To Town and the future of our urban trail system. More information.

Savannah City Cycling Webinar

Savannah’s level topography, dense urban form, and warm weather make it a great place to get around by bike. However, Savannah also has a high rate of traffic crashes involving people on bikes.

This free one hour webinar will equip you to avoid the most common hazards and become more confident riding in the city. Bicycle theft prevention will also be discussed. The seminar is ideal for students and other new arrivals in Savannah. More information.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Friendly Driver Webinar

This webinar will delve into the laws pertaining to people biking and walking and how the design of our streets makes them safer for all users. Participants who take a short quiz at the end of the webinar will receive a certificate of participation.

Registration is free, but required. Donations to Bike Walk Savannah are encouraged.

More information.

Coastal Bicycle Touring Club Weekly Ride

COME RIDE WITH US! Saturday, 9 October, 8:30am Hardeeville ride. 21/34/42 miles. Take I-95 North to exit 5, TL on Whyte Hardee Boulevard, then TL on Church Road, then TL on Purrysburgh Road then TR to park at 55 Millstone Landing Road. Ride is out-and-back on well paved and lightly traveled back country roads. Ride leader: John Arney, 912-660-4088, johnaarney@gmail.com. PLEASE email John is you plan on attending!

Coastal Bicycle Touring Club Weekly Ride

COME RIDE WITH US!

Saturday, 2 October, 8:30am, Right Turn Clyde Ride, 29/34 miles. Meet/park at the Kroger parking lot, 5720 Ogeechee Road, Savannah, GA. Post-ride lunch at El Mariachi Restaurant. Ride Leader: Kim Turner, 214-725-2490, kimbooskie@gmail.com.

Cue sheets and inclement weather/cancellation information is on our website at cbtc.org.