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Georgia Bikes is excited to celebrate the Bike-Walk-Live Summit's return to in-person programming! Join us on Saturday, November 18th for a variety of mobile workshops that will celebrate the best riding, walking, and rolling that the Athens area has to offer. We'll have informative workshops, exciting walks, and fun rides that highlight everything that makes our state bikeable, walkable, and, best of all, liveable!
Join Specialized Bicycle Ambassador Lisa Baynes on her third annual jaunt through the Oconee National Forest from Temple. You will need a gravel, CX or mountain bike for this ride. A tire width of 32mm plus would be best. One water crossing. Georgia Cycle Sport will be on site for last minute mechanic support.
MORE ABOUT THE RIDE:
Start Time: 10AM
This route starts at the lovely Temple Church and heads almost immediately out on beautiful gravel roads through rolling pastureland, mature hardwood, pine stands, and through historic communities. One water crossing at an old historic mill site that is worth a quick stop to view from the road.
Directions: 2467 Wire Bridge Road Arnoldsville, GA 30619
Saturday November 18th - DISTANCE HERE Mile Starts at 9am
About Your Ride Host:
Lisa Baynes currently sits on the Board of Directors for The Firefly Trail- a non-profit working to develop a multi-purpose regional trail system, she also co-chairs the Firefly Local Action Committee for Greene County. Lisa is a USA Ambassador for Specialized Bicycles and is part of the governing board for Hart Farm Trails in Union Point and trail liaison for Athens SORBA. Lisa’s passion is working towards creating sustainable trails and ride experiences that will help foster economic development in her community. Lisa has spent the last decade leading group rides in her area. In her spare time, Lisa is an avid cyclist, hiker, and runner and appreciates all the wonderful outdoor opportunities in our local area.
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