Black History Route

Black History Route

It’s leap year, which means there’s an extra day this February to celebrate Black History Month! This route is perfect for visiting two of Atlanta’s most popular attractions for learning more about black history. The route begins at The King Center. This area offers plenty of great opportunities to learn more about Dr. King and […]

Paris on Ponce

City of Love

It is the season of love in the city of love! Well… not quite. While Paris is the true city of love, traveling from the U.S. to France by bike is a little challenging, so this Parisian themed route will have to do. There are quite a few French themed restaurants, shops, and bakeries in […]

Grant Park Route

This Grant Park route is quick and easy. It begins at the Georgia State campus and ends in Grant Park. The ride itself is mostly flat with plenty of downhills to get you there without even breaking a sweat! The first portion of the route has plenty of sharrows and bike lanes on busier streets, […]

High Tea

This route takes on the Candler Park neighborhood of Atlanta. The park itself serves as a great starting point and rest area. The next phase of the route links to a paved walking and biking trail with mild hills. After circling back around through the paved trail, the rest of the route will continue on […]