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Virginia Highland to Emory - 2.03 Miles

5 out of 5 chainrings
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Description: This is a pleasant route for anyone going to or from Emory and Virgin/Highland or Midtown.

Posted By: Bike Guy

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Toco Hills Hill climb practice - 2.14 Miles

5 out of 5 chainrings
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Description: All the neighborhood hills in a friendly little loop

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Georgia Tech to Little Five Points - 4.86 Miles

Atlanta Bicycle Ride | Georgia Tech to Little Five Points

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Description: A nice ride from the Georgia Tech campus to Little Five Points. The majority of the ride takes place on two streets - Marietta and Edgewood. While Marietta can be a little intimidating at times with some high-speed traffic, it's one redeeming quality is that it takes you to Edgewood very quickly. This is truly a good thing, for the majority of Edgewood is an excellent road to ride on, from moderate traffic to bike lanes, and a pretty scenic landscape, to boot. And Euclid is just hands down a peaceful ride. From the intersection of Euclid and Moreland, you can head further east into Candler Park, or even a bit further to Decatur.

Posted By: Stephen Dimmick

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The Recovery Loop - 9.22 Miles

Atlanta Bicycle Ride | The Recovery Loop

5 out of 5 chainrings
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Description: This route mostly sticks to the Path from Candler Park all the way to the edge of Downtown. A quick loop around Centennial and then taking Marietta/Edgewood/Euclid all the way back, some of the more "bike friendly" roads. Gradual changes in elevation. I broke my arm a few months back, and this is about all the ride I can handle right now while I wait for the muscles to remember.

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Let's Tour Eastern Atlanta Neighborhoods - 11.57 Miles

Atlanta Bicycle Ride | Let's Tour Eastern Atlanta Neighborhoods

5 out of 5 chainrings
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Description: This is a tour of several eastern Atlanta neighborhoods I know and love (with the notable exception of Lake Claire: those people simply cannot be trusted.) The tour is about 11-12mi, little traffic, and just a few hills. There's no real "start" location for the route, but I head out of Candler Park typically. Markers have some notes on them, if you're unfamiliar with the area I point out a few places to watch for traffic.

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Coffee Crawl - 13.25 Miles

Atlanta Bicycle Ride | Coffee Crawl

4 out of 5 chainrings
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Description: 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.

Posted By: David Green

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Intown to the Silver Comet - 15.87 Miles

Atlanta Bicycle Ride | Intown to the Silver Comet

3 out of 5 chainrings
based on 2 Reviews

Description: Don't want to have to drive your car just to get to a good riding spot? Well here's a fun ride out to the Silver Comet trailhead that ventures through the hilly roads of Northwest Atlanta/Vinings. The many old bridges and creeks located along this end of the trail are what make the ride out there particularly rewarding. Not to mention, the ride fits nicely into a training regimen, as additional "Comet miles" can be tacked on at will.

Posted By: David Green

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Westside Training Loop - 18.58 Miles

Atlanta Bicycle Ride | Westside Training Loop

3 out of 5 chainrings
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Description: Good, medium difficulty road training loop in west Buckhead of about 20 miles. From east side, can ride on 10th or 17th across to Howell Mill, go north to Defoor to begin. Lots of good roads can be found by exploring off this route.

Posted By: Frank Marrs

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The 10 Neighborhood Ride - 18.67 Miles

4 out of 5 chainrings
based on 2 Reviews

Description: A mix of city riding with great neighborhood riding that takes advantage of roads with bike lanes and the PATH system. Challenging at times, easy at others, it's definitely not boring and you get to go through at least 10 distinct neighborhoods, focusing on the eastern side of town.

Posted By: timisdiego

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Inman Railyard Loop - 19.61 Miles

4 out of 5 chainrings
based on 2 Reviews

Description: This ride has a bit of everything: Piedmont Park, Midtown, the 17th Street bridge, a biking trail, gritty industrial areas, the Georgia Tech campus, and a great coffee shop. If you've never seen the Inman Rail Yard, I think you'll be amazed by how large it is. Give it a try!

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Decatur to Stone Mountain - 20.21 Miles

Atlanta Bicycle Ride | Decatur to Stone Mountain

4 out of 5 chainrings
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Description: This is a pretty easy ride (even though it's twenty plus miles long)because it's mostly flat. It's also reasonably safe since a lot of it is on bike path. Moreover, you don't have to ride the whole route if you don't want to. You can go out as far as you want, then turn around. It's a good beginner ride.

Posted By: Bike Guy

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Downtown to Kennesaw Mountain Commute - 22.76 Miles

4 out of 5 chainrings
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Description: This is a commuter route from downtown to Kennesaw. Lots of traffic in sections but the best way to get home if you live in the Kennesaw area.

Posted By: Joe Blessing

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Red Top Mountain Roundabout - 53.55 Miles

Atlanta Bicycle Ride | Red Top Mountain Roundabout

4 out of 5 chainrings
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Description: For those looking for a challenging ride with great scenery, this route features a hilly profile, including several big climbs, and travels the backroads of Kennesaw, Cartersville, and Acworth. The ride starts and ends in the Kennesaw Mtn visitor center parking lot, where ample parking, water, and restroom accommodations are provided. A trip up the mountain is optional, as the trip will later include (shorter) climbs up Lead and Red Top Mountains. Be prepared to enjoy sights including dilapidated old barns and pastures, as well as bridge crossings along the shores of Lake Alatoona. One should also be prepared to ride safely in traffic. Areas where special caution is needed are marked on the map, along with general areas of interest, so please be sure to read all the map markings.

Posted By: David Green

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SCT to Western Roads - 57.05 Miles

Atlanta Bicycle Ride | SCT to Western Roads

5 out of 5 chainrings
based on 1 Review

Description: A nice way to use the Silver Comet to tour some scenic roads around the Hiram and Dallas areas. Note that the ride length can be reduced down to about 30 miles by simply putting in at Cleburne Pkwy, thereby cutting out most of the SCT miles. However, we should also add that the first 13 or so miles of the trail are some its nicest (and we're all for trading the time spent in your car for miles in the saddle! :)

Posted By: David Green

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Old Fourth Ward to Serenbe Community (Long Ride) - 74.16 Miles

5 out of 5 chainrings
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Description: Long Ride from downtown Atlanta starting at Jack's Pizza in Old Fourth Ward to the Serenbe planned community in southwest Fulton County. Ride ranges from urban environs to middle of nowhere dirt roads. Enjoy the cafe at the mid-point to refuel for the ride home. Flat to rolling terrain. Folks will be familiar with some of these roads because of silk sheets.

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