gWalk 2020 was interrupted by inclement weather and Covid-19, so to keep everyone active (while still being safe!) The Georgia Safe Routes to School Resource is hosting a VIRTUAL gWalk Walk & Roll Day. Find out how to get involved.
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The Bike Walk Macon team is working remotely. To break up the day, they walk, bike, and get some fresh air while practicing social distancing. Join their staff, board members, and local community members as they stroll, run, or ride in the next couple of weeks around Macon and Facebook live our adventures on the ... Read more
COVID19 has caused global upheaval in what feels like a blink of an eye. Mike Lydon, creator of The Open Streets Project, will explain what Tactical Urbanism is and how cities can, and are, leveraging its core principles to respond to this global crisis. And David Uniman Cruz, former Bicycle Manager for the city of ... Read more
Communities around the world are adapting to a new normal. One unanticipated dilemma is how to enable people to walk, bike, and run outside while still social distancing. Popular parks and trails are filled with people exercising, getting some fresh air, and taking care of their mental health. Sidewalks and bike lanes are at capacity ... Read more
The Bass Center for Transformative Placemaking at Brookings will examine the evolving landscape, address what role city leaders and public space managers are playing in ensuring equitable access to safe open space during the pandemic, and discuss what supports are still needed to create a more equitable public realm in the near and long term. ... Read more
Transportation access is one of the fundamental objectives of the public sector as a means to provide access to jobs, services, recreation, and all other elements of the movement of people and goods. It is also one of the most important ways government can enable residents to live healthy, productive lives. Join Renee Autumn Ray, ... Read more
It’s Year 14 for Bikes For Kids Alpharetta – collecting, cleaning/repairing, donating “Santa Ready” bikes/trikes to the Holiday Program for North Fulton Community Charities! Sept. 18 to Nov. 30 donations of gently-used children’s bicycles are needed for this year. "Some dust, no rust” condition is preferred. More information.
This AthSav 2020 ride has a slightly new route and overnight location through Sandersville, Ga. This new route will closely align with the proposed Georgia Hi-Lo Trail path. In-person riding is limited to 50-people, due to Coronavirus precautions. Participating VIRTUALLY is an option. How does virtual participation work? Virtual participation means you decide: 1) How much ... Read more
The Atlanta Bike Challenge - Biketober is a fun and free competition to encourage you, your friends, family, and coworkers to experience firsthand the joys and benefits of riding a bike. It has so many benefits: it can improve your health, boost your wellbeing, save you money, and keep you connected in your community. Plus, ... Read more
A Health in All Policies (HiAP) framework encourages interagency collaboration on the shared goal of improving health outcomes. This webinar focuses on application of HiAP in transportation agency work, highlighting lessons learned, partnership models for forming interdisciplinary teams, structuring task forces, and how establishing mutual goals can bring diverse sets of stakeholders together to create ... Read more
The weather is still beautiful, and let's get movin' around Savannah! Bike Walk Savannah and Live Oak Public Libraries present the Literary Scavenger Hunt around Savannah, taking place Nov. 11, Nov. 18 and Nov. 25. On Monday, Nov. 10, BWS will post a list of items from our scavenger hunt — complete a row, column ... Read more
Most rides meet up on Saturday mornings at 8:45 a.m. for a 9 a.m. roll-out, and during the warmer months, we meet around 8:15 a.m. and roll-out at 8:30 a.m. After the ride we join (at the proper social distance) for an outdoor picnic. Call or email if you have a question about the rides ... Read more
The health and well-being of our riders, staff, volunteers, and partners is a priority for BRAG. We are committed to making decisions that align with this priority. We are committed to playing a constructive role to limit the spread of the virus which is why we are moving the 41st Annual Bicycle Ride Across Georgia ... Read more
There is a new hiking/biking trail that connects Indian Springs State Park , Dauset Trails Nature Center, and the City of Jackson. In all, there are over 20 miles of hiking and biking trails for the public to enjoy. We would love for you to join us for the ribbon cutting ceremony and 9:30 a.m., ... Read more
Stranger Things Bike Ride for Kids Come ride your bike on the street where scenes from the Stranger Things series was filmed! A responsible parent/guardian must accompany each child. Bring your bike and helmet. Kids may pre-register for the event: https://members.buttschamber.com/events/details/stranger-things-bike-ride-for-kids-44
Come ride your bike on the forbidden highway GA400 as we ride to raise money for Emory’s new Heart and Vascular Center. We close all lanes so you can ride safely and get the thrill of a lifetime that you can experience each year. Imagine as you soar down the entrance ramp at Holcomb Bridge ... Read more
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 ... Read more
The U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS) is a developing network of officially numbered interstate bicycle routes that connect America’s cities, suburbs, and rural areas. Georgia recently joined the USBRS by designating a system of roads and trails as US Bike Route 21. BRAG's US Bicycle Route 21 ride is a great intro to long distance ... Read more
Donate your gently used or new bikes to Free Bikes 4 Kidz on Saturday, Oct. 2 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Donated bikes will be fixed up and distributed to kids in need in our community just in time for the holidays! Multiple drop off locations are available around the Metro Atlanta area. More ... Read more
Open Streets Macon returns this Fall on September 12, and October 24 from 2 pm to 6 pm! The streets of Macon will leap to life as we turn our streets into a paved park. The stretches of street will be closed to motorized traffic (except for intersections where cars will be free to cross). There ... Read more
COME RIDE WITH US! Saturday, 20 November, 9:00am. Hardeeville ride. Take I-95 North to exit 5, TL on Whyte Hardee Boulevard, then TL on Church Road, then TL on Purrysburgh Road park 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: ... Read more
The 23rd Annual National Bike Summit will take place Sunday, March 27 - Wednesday, March 30, 2022. At the 2022 National Bike Summit, attendees will convene around the theme of Choosing Our Future. The 2022 National Bike Summit will be a hybrid event, with online content and in-person programming available. MORE INFORMATION
Saturday, 16 April, 8:30am, Hardeeville Ride. 24/34/44. Meet/park at Millstone Landing, 55 Millstone Landing Road, Hardeeville, SC. Out-and-back routes starting & ending at Millstone Landing parking lot. Back country roads on all route options, with little-to-no traffic. Ride Leader: John Arney, 912-660-4088, email@example.com
COME RIDE WITH US! Saturday, 23 April, 8:30am, Ride to Fancy Hall. 22/32/40 mile options. Meet/park at the rear of the Publix Super Market, 12800 GA HWY 144. Ride Leader: Dave Taylor, 714-322-1173, firstname.lastname@example.org. In the event of inclement weather, please check for updates on our website, CBTC.org.
COME RIDE WITH US! Saturday, 30 April, 8:30am, Ellabell Ride. 39, 32, 25, and 17 mile options. Directions: I-16 W to exit 143, turn left on Highway 280 for 2.2 miles, then turn right on Wilma Edwards Road. Due to damage in the area following the EF-4 tornado, DO NOT enter Hendrix Park. Instead, continue ... Read more
A TWOFER! RIDE WITH US AND THEN DINE WITH US! Saturday, 7 May, 8:30am, Islands ride and club picnic. 23/34 miles. Meet/park at Lake Mayer, intersection of Sallie Mood and Montgomery Crossroads. Park at the pavilion area next to the lake. Ride starts/ends at Lake Mayer, and after the ride we’ll have our annual club ... Read more
COME RIDE WITH US! Saturday, 14 May, 8:30am, Skidaway Island ride. Meet/park at The Village parking lot, across the street from the BP station. pavilion area, adjacent to the lake. Ride throughout Skidaway Island, including segments in The Landings. Lunch following the ride, we gather for lunch at Your Pie, in Sandfly. Ride Leader: Kim ... Read more
The 2022 Georgia Outdoor Recreation & Trail Summit will bring together non-profit leaders, city planners, elected officials, greenspace advocates, recreation enthusiasts, and others to envision an accelerated and ambitious approach to improving Georgia’s trails and outdoor recreation venues. MORE INFORMATION
Saturday, 21 May, 8:30am, Rincon Ride. 35 and 26 mile options in Rincon, GA. Meet/park at Macomber Park: 1103 Lexington Avenue, Rincon, GA. Ride Leader: David Jackson, 301-237-1892, email@example.com
On Big BRAG, cyclists will average about 55 miles per day for a week with a day off in the middle. It sounds like a lot, but we offer SAG and provide well-stocked rest stops every 12 - 18 miles with your favorite snacks and drinks, fun activities, and great views! BRAG routes take bike riders through ... Read more
COME RIDE WITH US! Saturday, 4 June, 8:30am, Ellabell Ride. 39, 32, 25, or 17 mile ride options in Ellabell, GA. I-16 W to exit 143, TL on Highway 280 for 2.2 miles, then TR on Wilma Edwards Road for 1.5 miles to Hendrix Park on the left. Park in the center lot next to ... Read more
COME RIDE WITH US!!! Saturday, 11 June, 8:30am, Right Turn Clyde Ride. 23 or 34 miles. Meet/start from the Kroger parking lot, 5720 Ogeechee Road, Savannah. Long route is a loop with two rest stops, short route is within the Southbridge residential community. Post-ride eats at El Mariachi Mexican restaurant, adjacent to the Kroger grocery ... Read more
COME RIDE WITH US! Saturday, 18 June, 8:30am, Islands Ride. Meet at Forsyth Park, corner of Bull and Gaston streets. Roll out of town on Price Street (marked bike lane), then over to Habersham, then out to Diamond Causeway, all with clearly marked bike lanes. Circle around Burnside Island, then along Fergurson to Sandfly for ... Read more
COME RIDE WITH US! Saturday, 25 June, 8:30am, Hardeeville Ride. 23 or 34 mile options. Meet and park at Millstone Landing boat ramp, 55 Millstone Landing Road, Hardeeville, SC. Out-and-back routes along sparsely traveled backcountry roads. Ride Leader: Cathy Reiman, 239-293-7118, creiman16@icloud-com. Cue sheets available at cbtc.org.