As part of National Bike to Work Week, consider joining the Emory Bike Shepherds Program. The goal of the program is to link up experienced bike riders with new bike riders for first ride(s) into campus to help highlight common bike paths, safe bike riding habits, and bike facilities on campus. Sign up if you’d [...]
Every two years, Bike Emory sends a survey to all Emory students, faculty, and staff, asking questions about cycling on campus. The purpose of the survey is to assess the current state of cycling at Emory as well as the cycling needs of our community. A report of the survey’s findings over the past six [...]
Join us ABC and Bike Emory for this special monthly Commuter Breakfast (ABC hosts them every first Thursday of the month). Stop by anytime between 7am-9am at Rise and Dine in Emory Village for coffee and conversation with fellow commuters and ABC members. Very casual, wear whatever you commute in. Great way to meet current [...]
Tired of Traffic? Tired of a lack of bicycle infrastructure around Emory? On June 27th, the Office of Sustainability Iniativitives and Bike Emory is giving you a chance to learn about how the July 31st Transportation Referendum vote will affect YOU!
With spring in the air, Emory, CDC and the Clifton Corridor Transportation Management Association (CCTMA) are sponsoring National Bike To Work Day.
In addition to the energizer station we will be providing, free adjustments and support from Bicycle South, free tail lights, and Bike Trains.
All morning riders are invited to stop by our energizer station. The energizer station meet up is a great way to connect with other bicycle commuters and coffee, juice, bagels, and fruit will be provided.
Emory recently sent a bicycling survey to all Emory students and staff. The goal of the Emory Bicycle Survey is to collect information on attitudes toward cycling and to learn more about cyclists’ and potential cyclists’ commuting patterns. NOTE: You do not have to be a cyclist to participate in the survey.
Your feedback and participation is VITAL and will directly influence bicycle planning and advocacy in the Emory community.
Today over 1,000 cyclists from the metro Atlanta region will descend on Georgia’s Capitol to rally for better conditions for cycling. Bike Emory will also lead a group ride to connect with riders on the Decatur route. Police-escorted rides will depart from Decatur and Roswell with area mayors and public officials from the region. During the [...]
On Tuesday, March 27, 2012, over 1,000 cyclists from the metro Atlanta region will descend on Georgia's Capitol to rally for better conditions for cycling. Bike Emory will also lead a group ride to connect with riders on the Decatur route.
Bike Emory is exploring opportunities for a pilot roll-out of sharrows for Clifton road.
Bike Emory needs feedback from cyclists on the test markings so that we can pass this information back to the DeKalb County planners.
National Bike to Work Day is Thursday, May 14 and Bike Emory and the CDC are encouraging everyone to ride their bike to work that day to show support for cycling commuters!
Bicycling improvement projects could be left out of the new state transportation bills that are being considered right now at Georgia's General Assembly. The Atlanta Bicycle Campaign (ABC) has made it very
This is a reminder that Fred Boykin will speak at HealthSTAT's Political Leadership Institute at Emory this Saturday, Febuary 7th. Fred will be speaking about the Safe Routes to School project.
Benefit for Sopo Bicycle Director Rachael TONIGHT Please stop by the Highland Inn tonight at 9 pm to support community activist Rachael Spiewak of SoPo Bicycle Co-op and DJ Chris Devoe. The concert will raise funds and spread awareness following a home invasion. From Creative Loafing: “On Thursday night at 9 p.m. at the Highland Inn Ballroom on North [...]
It’s not too late to comment on the proposed cycling infrastructure improvements in the proposed Haygood Road realignment plan. This is a special opportunity for the cycling community to let DeKalb County know there is community support for bicycle road infrastructure improvements in the Emory/Clifton area. All written comments must be mailed by December 22. To [...]
The DeKalb County Public Works Department is holding an open house tonight regarding the proposed Haygood Drive improvements. As a part of this project Bicycle lanes would be constructed along Haygood Drive. This is a great opportunity for the cycling community to let Dekalb County know there is community support for bicycle road infrastructure improvements [...]
New Bike Lane striping has been installed on Briarcliff Road at Emory’s new graduate student housing complex called Campus Crossing at Briarcliff. This segment is only a few hundred yards but it provides a safer connection for cyclists residing at Campus Crossing to Sage Hill Shopping Center and it is a start.
The Bike Emory team would like to thank the 75 riders who participated in this years Ride To Campus Day event. This year’s turnout was 20 riders higher than last year! Thanks for turning out to support cycling in the Clifton community. Congratulations to the riders from the Medical School. These riders are [...]
Bike Emory Meeting Tonight Bike Emory will meet hold its regular meeting tonight at 6:00 p.m. in room 363 at the DUC. Topics for discussion will include: route map planning infrastructure improvement updates group rides upcoming events and more. Bike Emory is looking for people with a passion for cycling who want to make a difference. We are seeking cyclists who want [...]
Show support for cycling as a commuting choice by biking to campus on Wednesday, October 22. Bike Emory is encouraging everyone who lives, works, learns and plays in the Clifton community to cycle to your campus to promote the cycling culture in the Clifton community. In the morning, riders will meet in front of Bicycle South, located [...]
Bike Emory wants to make a statement at this year’s Emory Homecoming Parade. We want all faculty, staff, students, etc who ride a bike at Emory to ride with us in our homecoming “float”. There are literally hundreds of cyclists at Emory but it’s not often that we come together [...]
In order to better track the Atlanta area’s progress in making it safer and easier to ride a bike, the Atlanta Bike Campaign launched an ongoing data collection effort to count bicycle traffic. In the past, most traffic counts in the region have counted bicyclists as pedestrians, a fact that has done little to encourage [...]
Bike Emory is looking for people with a passion for cycling who want to make a difference. We are seeking cyclists who want to help improve cycling conditions, lead group rides and more. If you want to get involved with making Emory and the surrounding community a world class place to bike, we want to meet [...]
Friday, May 16th is also National Bike to Work Day. The League of American Bicyclists and Bike Emory is promoting Bike-to-Work Week from May 12-16 and Bike-to-Work Day on Friday, May 16. Emory is encouraging faculty, staff and students who are still on campus to cycle that day and promote the bike culture at [...]
Come meet up with fellow cyclists for free coffee and breakfast snacks at Inman Perk in Emory Village. When: Thursday, March 20th from 7-9 a.m. Members from the Atlanta Bicycle Campaign and Bike Emory will be on hand to answer your questions. Brought to you by Bike Emory, the Atlanta Bike Campaign, and Inman [...]
For the last 14 months, Emory and the Clifton Community Partnership (CCP) have been developing urban design guidelines for the Clifton community. You can view a draft of these guidelines on the CCP website, www.cliftoncommunitypartnership.org. A core principle of these guidelines is to improve accessibility and connectivity throughout the Clifton community by expanding transportation and [...]
Ride with us - Tuesday, March 11th, 2008 - @ 9:30am – meet in front of Dobbs University Center (the DUC). Join a group of bikers from Emory for the GA Rides to the Capitol event on March 11. We’ll be giving away free Bike Emory t-shirts for the ride! Riders will meet in at [...]