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Thursday - TourDeLanta "Hoggin to Krog Ride" MTB /Hybrid (Intermediate)
This meetup is a fun urban off/on road bike ride around Atlanta that focuses more on dirt trails. The route includes, sidewalks, urban single track, Beltline, gravel, and paved trails. We try to avoid riding on roads as much as possible. This is an Intermediate - Advanced "no drop ride" between 18 - 24 miles depending on group ability. This Ride requires at least 2 RSVP's to stay open. Like us on Facebook! ( Ride highlights The Goat farm (drive by) Atlanta Water Works (drive by) Star Provisions (drive by) Atlantic Station Tanyard Park Trail - a segment of the Atlanta BeltLine Memorial Park river trail Midtown Piedmont Park dirt and paved trails East Side Beltline Historic Fourth Ward Park Atlanta Downtown "Path" paved trails Centennial Olympic park area All riders should be in good physical cardio health and have hydration, rain gear, snacks, extra tire tubes, repair kits, chain quick links, tools, medical insurance card, drivers license, fully charged cell phone and cash in case you break down and need to take a cab or UBER car to your vehicle. You will need a reliable head and / or handlebar light. Eye protection, a reflective safety vest, and blinking visibility lights are recommended since the ride will extend past daylight hours. Please make sure to check your tire pressure. Unless your tires are tubeless, it is advised to keep your tire pressure at 40 PSI for this ride. Maintaining less than 40 PSI in your tires, on this ride, will result in a pinch flat.The Trip leader will check everyone to make sure they have the minimum tire pressure 40 PSI before the ride to avoid frequent stops to change tire tubes. Please check your tires before the ride to help conserve on time. We may leave early if everyone on the signup roster is preset so please register for this event. You may want to allow a little extra time for unexpected traffic. Please use the plentiful free parking along the street. Please change your RSVP status If you are unable to make the ride so that other people on the wait list may participate. No shows will be removed from group. After the ride the group will stop at "The Whelan" or one of the other fine establishments nearby for eats, drinks, and great conversation. Please save my number in your cell phone in case you get separated from the group. Feel free to call or text me if you need help with directions. Chris Alasa (404) 869-6637 Founder Sample Ride (one of many options) Sponsored by: Security One Services Please call Security One Services for a free quote 404-682-2994 LOCATIONS Atlanta: Security One Services 794 Marietta Street #93383,Atlanta, GA, 30377 Marietta: Security One Services 2615 George Busbee Parkway,STE.11, #205, Kennesaw, GA 30144 Duluth: Security One Services 6600 Sugar Loaf Pkwy, STE 400 - 101 Duluth, GA 30097

Peachtree Bikes

1000 Marietta Street NorthWest · Atlanta

What we're about

Public Group

TourDeLanta ( is an active group of Mountain, Hybrid and off-road bicyclers who ride various urban-singletrack loops around Atlanta during the week and ride Mt. bike trails all over Georgia on the weekends. Our Group volunteers time and financial support to bicycle groups such as SORBA Atlanta, I.M.B.A., Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, as well as host joint rides with local interests such as the Mobile Social Ride, Wheel-Hoppers, Faster Mustache rides, and Atlanta streets Alive.

The TourDeLanta weekday ride is a part bike lane part urban-singletrack loop around Atlanta. The riders skill level ranges from intermediate, to advanced. The group meets in front of "Peachtree Bikes Westside" and traverses miles of "Belt-line trails", "The Path" trails, "urban-singletrack", off road, as well as bike lanes and sidewalks when necessary. This ride will take us through most of the big name parks and popular regions in Atlanta including Piedmont Park, West Midtown, Virginia Highlands, Centennial park, Woodruff park, Krog Street Bridge, hidden Atlanta trails (Shhhhh!), and lastly get kicked out of Atlantic Station by mall security again.

We also host theme costume rides. FUN FUN!

Why Mt. bikes, hybrid and off-road bike tires?

These bicycles offer more terrain choices for any terrain we ride in in the city. We ride urban single-track, paved paths, sidewalks, open natural terrain, walls, jumps, drainage culverts etc. Mt Bikes also provide a more dynamic workout in a shorter distance. Our average ride burns close to 1000 calories. The ride ranges from high rep low resistance to low rep high resistance.

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