Atlanta Bicycle Ride Details

Coffee Crawl

Posted by David Green

13.25 Miles

based on 2 Reviews


This loop passes by 10 of Atlanta's best (non commercial conglomerate) coffee houses, all of which boast top notch roasts, and great atmosphere. It works well as a leisurely ride, as it features mildly rolling hills. The course winds through quaint, historic neighborhoods around the Highlands and Little 5 Points area, then delves into the urban cityscape, passing by Centennial Olympic Park and Underground Atlanta. Overall, a great route to show your fiends around town...or just to get your daily caffeine buzz.

Cue Sheet    (printer friendly version)
Here are abbreviated directions:

Up Virginia Ave into the Highlands.

Go south on N. Highland until you hit Freedom Parkway.

Hop on the PATH trail and ride into Candler Park.

Take Mclendon out to Dr. Bombay's, and follow it back to Little Five Points.

Once on Euclid, take a slight detour consisting of: Austin-to-Elizabeth-to N Highland, then backtrack to Waverly Way, which will return you to Euclid.

Follow Edgewood straight into the Heart of downtown Atlanta.

At Woodruff Park, take Marietta St past Centennial Olympic Park and out to Howell Mill Rd.

Hang a right at Howell Mill, then Head east on 14th St.

Take State St into the Georgia Tech campus and use Ferst Dr. to cross over the express way via the new 5th St bridge.

Take West Peachtree to 10th St. and use the access road between the MARTA station and the Federal Reserve to get to 11th.

Head towards Piedmont part on 11th and enter the Park at 12th St.

Exit the park at Park Dr.

Taking a right on Monroe will take you back to Intown!
Additional Notes

Some areas to exercise caution are are Edgewood Ave and Marietta St, as traffic on both streets will flare around rush hour(s).

2 Reviews posted so far...

Coffee Updates

A couple of updates on the coffee shops. Inman Perk has moved around the corner to Highland Ave and Javaology has a new name but is still on the corner of Edgewood and Boulevard.

-Posted on Jun 26th, 2008 by Michael

Great Ride!

If you're a coffee junky, you can't go wrong here! I give it two thumbs up.

-Posted on Mar 22nd, 2008 by Andrew




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