Another Atlanta Streets Alive has come and gone. It’s still amazing to see all the people on the street enjoying themselves with all that ASA, local businesses, and participants offer. This is a great event for Atlanta.
Team SoPo had a full weekend of racing to start the Georgia Cyclcross Series. Both days were at Elks Aidmore in Conyers. 2 days and 2 different courses needing different skills. It was a great weekend of racing and pictures cannot capture the fun and supportive environment that Georgia Cross brings.
If you can come and and watch, it is well worth it.
Thanks to the Georgia Cyclocross Series and all the volunteers who made the Conyers races happen.
This weekend the series heads to Douglasville at Boundary Waters Park.
Given that you’re reading a post on your Friendly Neighborhood Bike Co-op’s blog, the answer to that question is probably a yes, but this isn’t your average bike-to-work challenge. Racking up the miles isn’t the main objective. Instead, you’re recruiting an army. All you have to do is ride ten minutes or more between Sept. 28 and Oct. 19, and recruit as many of your friends, family, neighbors and co-workers to do the same. And they can ride anywhere, it doesn’t have to be commuting to work. Ride to happy hour. Ride to the grocery store and back. Got a friend who isn’t comfortable riding in traffic? Introduce him to the BeltLine. Coworker completely fed up with her commute? Take her for a lap on the gravel loop at Cochran Shoals park. Know somebody that wants to start riding but doesn’t want to shell out for a new ride? Send them our way. We’ll get them set up.
You can get all the details and register your organization at www.atlbikechallenge.com
A public service for our community; Danielle’s Schwinn LeTour was stolen from her yard in L5P. If you see it, let us know at email@example.com.
Look out for each other.