Promote, Advocate, Ride.

MISSION - Bike Cobb's mission is to promote bicycling throughout
Cobb County and to advocate for the improvement of bicycling conditions.


About us

BikeCobb is an all-volunteer organization created on January 25, 2008 to start, maintain and sustain a grassroots movement to promote all forms of bicycling in Cobb County, Georgia.
We want to act as a change agent for the county to steer it towards being more bicycle friendly. Instead of putting your bike on a rack and driving somewhere to ride and compare car insurance quotes, wouldn't it be great to ride with your family from your home? We're family, commuter, recreational, touring and competitive cycling friendly. All folks are welcome, from street bikes, mountain bikes, road bikes and kids with training wheels to someone who hasn't ridden a bike in years.
With your membership and participation we can participate with local government, business, civic and other organizations to make Cobb County a better place for cycling.

How to Help Us

Jump into our Facebook page below - and get with our team! We are always active in something around Cobb, and can get you right to work. Thanks!


Our Friends

Many companies and folks contribute time, resources, and mental energy to our cause. We are especially grateful to this bunch below!

Free-Flite Bicyles
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Georgia Bikes!
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Atlanta Bicycle Coalition
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People For Bikes
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SORBA Atlanta
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Meet Our Team

Celeste Burr - Pres.

A real estate paralegal by trade, Celeste got into road cycling in 2003 while training for her first triathlon as a member of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Team in Training. Celeste quickly learned that there are not enough safe places to ride a bike for training or recreational purposes in East Cobb. She has since then been looking for better and more productive ways to promote safe cycling in East Cobb.

Bill Ruhsam

Bill has been cycling in and around Atlanta since 2007. His work makes him think about bicycle and pedestrian safety every day; being a cyclist makes him more of an advocate. Some of Bill's initiatives has been pushing for additional cross-county connectivity by making it easier to move between subdivisions.

Dan Thornton

Dan has lived in Marietta most of his life. He worked at his parents store, formerly a BMX shop, and has been in the family business ever since Free-Flite Bicycles first opened in 1978. He takes cycling advocacy very serriously, and is currently a supporter of more than 6 organiztions.

Contact Us

Bike Cobb
P.O. Box 72814
Marietta, GA 30007-2814

[email protected]

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