Bike Alpharetta organized a Bastille Day Bash to watch l’Alpe d’Huez climbing stage of Tour de France. There were over 30 people in attendance who helped us raise $100 in donations and become supporters of Bike Alpharetta. See the awesome video above for a recap of the event and a virtual ride along the Greenway!  

Greenway Trails and Ales – Walk n’ Roll: May 28, and fourth Saturdays through October.

Meet at Jekyll Brewing’s Marconi Drive location and stay after for a post-trail social. Registration includes a Trails & Ales t-shirt and a beverage token to Jekyll Brewing. Bring your own bike! All ages welcome. Family-friendly.Registration fee:$15 (Includes t-shirt and beverage token)Under 21: free to participate in bike ride. No need to register. (t-shirt and beverage token not included)10:30 AM: Check-in: Jekyll Brewing Taproom: 2855 Marconi Dr #350, Alpharetta, GA 3000511:00 AM: Bike ride, run, walk, etc12:30 PM: Social at Jekyll Brewing Taproom. Link to register is here: 

Intro to Road Riding: Series of four rides on Tuesdays starting June 7

Bike Alpharetta and Olde Blind Dog Cycle Club (OBDCC) are teaming up to offer ‘Intro to Road Cycling’ rides on Tuesday nights in June in conjunction with OBDCC rides. Starting June 7, meet at Milton City Hall ready to ride at 6:20 PM for one hour. Helmets are mandatory and it is recommended to have front and rear lights. Online waivers,OBDCC Waiver, must be signed before riders can join. As a guide, refer to the Bike Alpharetta Beginner Road Riding Guide. It’s FREE! Join us on June 7, 14, 21 and 28!

During their May 2 meeting, the Alpharetta City Council came together with our friends at Bike Alpharetta to declare May as Bike Month in Alpharetta and to celebrate what we have accomplished together.

2022 National Bike Month – City of Alpharetta Proclamation

WHEREAS, the bicycle is an economical, healthy, convenient, and environmentally sound form of transportation and an excellent tool for recreation and enjoyment of Alpharetta’s scenic beauty; and

WHEREAS, throughout the month of May, the residents of Alpharetta and its visitors will experience the joys of bicycling through educational programs, races, commuting events, charity events, or by simply getting out and going for a ride; and

WHEREAS, Alpharetta’s road and trail system attracts bicyclists each year, providing economic health, transportation, tourism, and scenic benefits; and

WHEREAS, creating a bicycling-friendly community has been shown to improve citizens’ health, well-being, and quality of life; promote growth of local economies; attract tourism dollars; improve traffic safety; and reduce pollution, congestion, and wear and tear on our streets and roads; and

WHEREAS, Bike Alpharetta, the League of American Bicyclists, other civic groups, and numerous local governments across the United States will be promoting bicycling during the month of May 2022; and

WHEREAS these groups are also promoting bicycle tourism year-round to attract more visitors to enjoy our local restaurants, hotels, retail establishments, and cultural and scenic attractions; and

WHEREAS, these groups are also promoting greater public awareness of bicycle operation and safety education in an effort to reduce collisions, injuries, and fatalities and improve health and safety for everyone on the road;

NOW, THEREFORE, we, the Mayor and City Council of the City of Alpharetta, Georgia, in recognition of the benefits of bicycling and of National Bike Month, do hereby proclaim May as Bike Month in Alpharetta and urge all residents to try cycling for fun, fitness, or transportation and to learn and practice the rules and strategies for safely sharing the road with bicyclists.

The 15th year of this holiday campaign provided 324 bikes/trikes to North Fulton Community Charities Toyland to help families in need in our community!

THANK YOU to all the volunteers, community partners and bike shops who pitched in for Domestique Day and months of bike collections to make the 2021 Bikes For Kids on of the best ever! We have photo galleries on our Facebook page and you can jump over to our Bikes For Kids Alpharetta page to get more information. The program has concluded and resume in the summer of 2022 – stay tuned for details.

Bring your friends and family to join Alpharetta Recreation & Parks for a bike ride on Alpharetta’s scenic Big Creek Greenway. Meet at Jekyll Brewing Taproom on Marconi Drive for an out and back ride – short 1 to 4 mile ride to see the new north section of trail, or ride up to 20 miles! This event is managed by Alpharetta Recreation & Parks, and Bike Alpharetta is happy to provide support. Plus, we love the post-ride social at Jekyll with food truck and beverages (non-alcohol items available)!

Registration is $15 for people 21 years of age and over, which Includes Trails & Ales T-Shirt & Beverage Token (for use during event only); Under 21: Free to ride – no need to register. 
Check-In: 11am Bike Ride Start: 11am Post-Ride Social: Noon to 2pm

Scan the QR code in the photo to go to FB and register on the @AlpharettaRecreation event page.

Bike Alpharetta was proud to be part of the ribbon cutting ceremony in June as the new 2.2-mile northern section of Alpharetta’s Big Creek Greenway was opened to the public! The new segment of concrete multi-use pathway runs from the Marconi Drive trailhead to Union Hill Park and McGinnis Ferry Road.

Visit our Maps & More section to see the map of the Greenway extension in Fulton County, completed by the City of Alpharetta in June 2021, or click here to view PDF of trail.

Forsyth County has plans to make the final connection to its section of the greenway in the future, which will make it a full 14 miles in one direction. For now, anyone wanting to ride from Union Hill Park, the northernmost section in Fulton County, to Halcyon, it is suggested that people turn LEFT from Union Hill Road to McGinnis Ferry Road using the grassy shoulder (caution on busy road), and you will find a concrete path, then turn right and follow the multi-use path (on north side) or bike lane for one mile to Halcyon.

Here are some of the happenings for National Bike Month:

MAY 15-16 Final BIKE DRIVE Donations accepted at N. Point Community Church

May 15-20 Volunteers needed at N. Point Community Church for bike repairs

May 15 Order your Bike Alpharetta jersey

May 19 – Ride of Silence

May 22 – Trail and Ales

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The highly visible new Bike Alpharetta Kits have been created by Athlos Sport! Check out the Athlos Squad One, Breakaway, and Gruve MTB jerseys, as well as shorts and bib shorts for women and men, too – prices range from $39-75.

Bike Alpharetta Leads 14th Annual Bikes For Kids Program

On December 5, 2020, 131 volunteers from the community and local bike shops helped clean and repair more than 275 bicycles and tricycles – all in one day!

The 14th annual Bikes For Kids, managed by the non-profit Bike Alpharetta, refurbishes previously-loved bikes/trikes/scooters for the North Fulton Community Charities’ Holiday Shop. Since 2007, the program has provided 3,400 bicycles, tricycles and scooters, as well as more than 900 new youth helmets.

Bike Alpharetta is proud to manage this program, which began as a grassroots initiative by the Mullenbach family in Johns Creek.

Community organizations hold Donation Days for Bikes For Kids, with Johns Creek Baptist Church collecting 99 bicycles this year. Many local bike shops in the North Fulton area also donate needed bike parts and encourage people to take part in Domestique Day – Atlanta Cycling (Duluth), Cannon Cyclery, Fresh Bike Service, Pedego Electric Bikes, Reality Bikes, REI (Alpharetta), Roswell Bicycles, and Twisted Spokes Bicycles.


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Huge thanks to the City of Alpharetta for signage designating our adopted stretch of road between Henderson Pkwy and Highway 9 on Cumming Street. A well used cycling route, we’ve been picking up debris and litter since August of 2019. Proudly displayed!

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