Did you know that we are right in the middle of the 9th annual Biketober challenge?
For nine years, Georgia Commute Options has been encouraging Georgians to get on a bike and explore Georgia on two wheels.
Currently, It’s the 9th annual Biketober and the challenge is to get on a bike and explore Georgia on two wheels. Twenty counties in Metro Atlanta region take part in the month-long event, sponsored by Georgia Commute Options. You can track your for prizes on the Biketober Challenge website: https://www.lovetoride.net/global?locale=en-GB.
If you live in Cobb County, the county has several locations where community bikes are available. The first hour is free.
Check out the rental locations around Cobb County:
Town Center Bike Share page here: towncentercid.com/community/town-center-bike-share/
Cumberland CID Bike Share page here: http://www.cumberlandcid.org/initiatives/bikeshareplan/
Riders have access to 80 bikes at 12 stations and miles upon miles of trails. Users will be able to ride for free for the first hour. After that, it will be $3 per hour with a $24 per day maximum.
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