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Opportunity for Event Planning With Atlanta Streets Alive

August 14, 2016

By Jess Windham, VHCA Board Vice President Atlanta Bicycle Coalition (ABC) hosts another Atlanta Streets Alive this fall on the North Highland corridor through Virginia-Highland, Poncey-Highland, Inman Park and Old Fourth Ward. On September 25th, the street will be closed to cars and opened to people on foot or bicycle to explore the community in a…

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Streets Alive Returns to VaHi September 28

July 19, 2014

Save the date for the next Atlanta Streets Alive: Sunday, September 28 from 2-6 pm. The route (see map below) is a 4.5 mile loop on N. Highland + Highland + Boulevard + North Avenue — similar to the one that drew over 83,000 Atlantans to run, walk, dance and play in the streets last…

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2014 Atlanta BeltLine Bicycle Tour Set for June 14

May 27, 2014

Passing along the following from our friends at the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership: The Atlanta Beltline Partnership and the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition are teaming up for the 7th Annual Atlanta BeltLine Bicycle Tour on Saturday, June 14, 2014. Featuring “The Full Atlanta BeltLine” 27-mile route and “Atlanta BeltLine East Meets West” 16-mile route, the Tour will celebrate cycling and the…

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Trees Atlanta and Atlanta Bicycle Coalition Host Tour of Trees by Bike

March 31, 2014

Trees Atlanta and the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition presents a “Tree Tour on Bikes”, led by ISA Certified Arborist Linc Weis and experienced ride leaders from ABC. The tour will take place on Sunday April 27 from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM. This family-oriented ride visits the Virginia-Highland Neighborhood Arboretum along quiet neighborhood streets as well as a…

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ABC Report Finds VaHi ‘Ideal’ Possible Location for Bike Share Kiosk

January 31, 2014

Bike sharing in Atlanta is one step closer to becoming reality. It’s not exactly known where the first kiosks will go, but VaHi is one of nine areas an Atlanta Bicycle Coalition study found to be ‘ideal’ possible sites. Click here to read a Creative Loafing article with the latest on bike sharing in Atlanta.

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