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Learn more about rider safety, including properly fitting a helmet, rules of the road, and free safety classes.
From support with repairs to shower and Fix-it Station locations and bike registration, find support on campus to help to make your ride safe, convenient, and enjoyable.
Whether riding across campus or town, discover maps of infrastructure and help with creating a safe route.
For the month of October, events around Atlanta will focus on biking for both commuting and fun.
Parking and Transportation Services (PTS) has opened its first-ever bike storage room as part of the new W22-Dalney Parking Deck.
Georgia Tech, a nationally-designated gold-level bike friendly university, supports traveling to and on campus by clean, active transportation modes such as bicycling.
National Bike to Work Week is May 13th- May 19th. We sat down with Campus Recreation Complex (CRC) personal trainer, Becky James to hear about her experience biking to work for over six years.
The campus and surrounding area offer opportunities for faculty and staff to enjoy a bike ride for commuting, running errands, exercise, or leisure.
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