What we're about

This group is for women who are interested in mountain or gravel cycling and occasional trail runs. All levels welcomed, especially beginner or newer riders.

All rides will be no drop with basic instructions before and during the ride to help you become a better cyclist or just to answer any questions you might have. Faster riders can feel free to ride at their own pace.

Have fun, explore new places, learn new skills, and get to know new people!

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Upcoming events (2)

Sunday Funday Social Ride on the Southside Beltline

Monday Night Garage

No need to leave the city to go off-road! Join us for our monthly Sunday Funday ride - the perfect ride for beginners or beer drinkers! This is an easy social ride from the West End Breweries on the Southside Beltline trail - mostly gravel and sand but completely flat! Max ride time is one hour. It's an out and back and after the ride grab a beverage at Wild Heaven, Monday Night Garage or for non-beer drinkers, ASW Distillery. Helmets are required. Snacks are optional.... If you're really feeling the bike love, stick around for the Bearings Bike Shop Fundraiser. Bearings is a fantastic youth development organization where kids in Atlanta can earn and maintain a bicycle while developing the skills and character. Info on the fundraiser here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2106096409699437/

Dirty Sheets Women's Gravel Ride - Serenbe Edition

Please Note - This month's ride will leave from Serenbe with an option to hang out after the ride for lunch! Join us for a beginner-friendly no-drop gravel ride. If you're brand new to off-road cycling, that's okay. We'll have plenty of time for questions, to stop and catch our breath, and to take scenic photos. The ride is about 21-miles of rolling hills. Bring at least 2 water bottles and a snack. A helmet is required and flat kit is strongly suggested. There will be an option to cut one gravel section at about the halfway point. This ride can be done on a gravel bike, mountain bike or hybrid with larger tires. Nervous about your first ride? Don't be! We'll walk you through the basics and stick together allowing any faster riders to go ahead! The goal is to have fun and experience great gravel. Atlanta Cycling will have special discount cards for anyone who participates in the ride! Meet at Halsa at Serenbe. There's plenty of street parking near the restaurant and easy-to-access restrooms at the start.

Past events (3)

Dirty Sheets Women's Gravel Ride

Cochran Mill Park

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