Old South and New Beginnings Tour

by Robyn Elliott on December 1, 2009

This is a 6-mile, 2.5 – 3 hour leisurely bike tour and is designed for folks who enjoy bike riding but don’t feel the need for speed! This tour is perfect for families and groups of different ages and fitness levels. The tour begins in Inman Park, Atlanta’s first planned community filled with beautiful Victorian mansions, wide tree-lined streets and lush parks. Inman Park as a rich history and has had its share of decline, but since its ’70s rejuvenation, it has become one of Atlanta’s most sought-after neighborhoods for artists and professionals. Once a shopping mecca to a growing Atlanta, Little Five Points is now known for its funky storefronts and interesting people watching. Next on the route is Sweet Auburn, which features the childhood neighborhood, birth home and resting place of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Here you’ll learn about Atlanta’s role in the Civil Rights Movement and visit the grounds of the King Center Non-Violent Social Change. We also introduce our guest to historic Oakland Cemetery and Cabbagetown, a mill town built in the late 1880’s that has become one of the most trendy and interesting bohemian neighborhoods of Atlanta. Tour cost is $49.


Rolling into a new Holiday Season!

by Robyn Elliott on November 29, 2009

How does it happen so quickly?  Thanksgiving came and went and now it’s time to get ready for creative gift giving!  We have something for you to consider!

Georgian Terrace before the snow!

Bicycle Tours of Atlanta is teaming up with The Georgian Terrace on Peachtree Street to bring Atlantans and visitors a very unique and fun experience!  Please join us this holiday season for “Holiday Lights Bicycle Tours of Atlanta”!  We’ll see the amazing Christmas lights display of Centennial Park, Woodruff Park, Underground, the decorated storefronts along Peachtree Street, the neighborhoods surrounding Piedmont Park and more!  Don’t be surprised if this turns into a Singing Holiday Lights Bicycle Tour!  That is what spontaneously happened when our crew was out testing our route.  whole lotta of fun!

AND… guess what?  It will be snowing at The Georgian Terrace during our bike tours.  Yes, you read that right.  Snow machines have been addded to the majestic hotel to create a really amazing Christmas atmosphere!  Don’t miss it!  Details on the website on Dec. 4th.  Hope to see you soon — on two wheels, with a big smile on your face! Tours will run from Dec. 16th through Jan. 3rd.  $35 for 2 hour tour.


Atlanta Love Stories Bicycle Tours

October 19, 2009

Spin your sweetie (or a fun friend) around the city this Valentine’s Day, the classic way: our “Atlanta Love Stories” bicycle tour is a 10-mile adventure through the affections of some of our most famous couples. We will cruise through downtown, Midtown and intown neighborhoods, warming your hearts with tender tales of romance; interesting statistics […]

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Bicycle Tours and Happy Marriages – go together!

August 18, 2009

We had a lot of couples come out for a “Bicycle Date”…  GREAT IDEA by the way!  But one of  the greatest pleasures I’ve had this summer has been meeting so many “happily married couples” while on a BICYCLE DATE!  It’s not surprising to have couples in their 20’s, 30’s with just a few years […]

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Rolling Through Father's Day

June 22, 2009

I had the pleasure today to spend Father’s Day with Jenn and her Dad, Jim.  Jennifer Green ishttp://biketoursatl.com/wordpress/wp-admin/edit-comments.php a talented jewelry maker, marketing specialists and all-round interesting  young woman. She’s also one of those very fortunate people who can say, “I’m really lucky, I have great parents!”  Yes, Jim…that’s a quote (happened outside Fresh To […]

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Stan from Australia, the Royal Peacock and the Joys of leading tours!

May 28, 2009

The most amazing thing about leading tours are days like the one I had with Stan from Australia!  Stan was in town for the BioTechnology Convention and my experience with him makes me so happy I decided to lead tours of Atlanta!  Stan had a private bike tour and requested some very specific stops.  He […]

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May 14, 2009

Bikefest took place in Woodruff Park on Wednesday and many cyclists and non-cyclists came out for the fun!  Mike Gerke and I rode the pedicabs into Atlanta from Decatur!  I have a new appreciation for Mike and Pam — those pedicabs require a great deal energy to move about. We met many great folks involved […]

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The SUPER Tour!

May 14, 2009

We had a great tour on Saturday morning! Normally we ride the Heart of City tour on Saturday mornings.  However we had 8 cyclists all in great shape and very familiar with cycling… so I we decided to do the 15 mile SUPER TOUR which is called Downtown to Midtown on our website.  We usually […]

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Conference or Bike Ride… What would you do?

May 6, 2009

Do you ever find yourself attending a conference in some city and just start thinking about how great it would be to BUST OUT? Playing hooky never felt so good!  Sue Kloster arrived in Atlanta Saturday evening before a 3-day conference kicked-off on Monday.  She took our bike tour on Sunday morning… but it just […]

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Inman Park Festival Parade

May 3, 2009

We made it to the parade!  With the help of friends and family, BTA made a big splash as we wheeled down Edgewood Avenue and introduced this great new way of seeing Atlanta to the crowd!  I was pleased to see so many people yelling and clapping at just the word “Bicycle”… it was great! […]

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