Thanks for visiting our Website. This foundation, in partnership with the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition as their Cobb Bicycle User Group (BUG), was established to leverage their network and organization into a local advocacy effort in Cobb County. As we continue to increase membership, we will be asking people to step forward and participate. We're brainstorming, developing our agenda and setting the stage for the next steps.
Tuesday, March 18th
Come join Bike Cobb, Inc. for the Georgia Ride to the Capitol 2014!
East Cobb County to Roswell Route
Join Bike Cobb, Inc. at the East Cobb Government Service Center (4400 Lower Roswell Road, Marietta) for a 8:45 a.m. prompt departure with a police escort to the Fulton County line. Comfortable 12MPH pace linking up with Roswell route as it crosses the Chattahoochee River. For more info, contact Celeste Burr at email@example.com or 770-375-0010 and see www.BikeCobb.org.
Cobb County Commissioner Helen Goreham will hold a Town Hall on Thursday, November 21st from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Senior Wellness Center, 1150 Powder Springs St., Marietta.
This would make an excellent opportunity to discuss Bicycle Connectivity to the proposed new Braves Stadium site.
Cobb DOT posted a doc on “Transportation Opportunities” that does not specify bicycle accommodations and is available at the following link:
More info can be found at http://cobbcounty.org/
The Cobb County Parks and Recreation Department has asked us to share with you the information in the attached flyer. During the construction period there will be no passage through the construction zone as bridges will be closed and no detours will be created. Please be safe and obey all constructions signs forbidding access to these areas as they are closed. Starting at Florence Road or further out on the trail to avoid the areas closed for bridge repairs will be your best option if you wish to get in a ride of any length.
It seems as if over 400 signatures (462 right now) on our petition isn’t enough.
They are repaving Johnson Ferry now. If you can spare 5 minutes, please call the county commission office TODAY & ask for the lanes to be re-striped to 11-ft at: (770) 528-3300.
Would you like your voices heard to the County Commissioners? Would you like the County to start incorporating safe bicycle infrastructure – by default? Would you like to see 3-ft safe bicycle shoulders on Johnson Ferry?
Then please attend tomorrow (Tuesday) night’s Board of Commissioners meeting, come early & rush down to be one of the SIX to sign up for Public Comments and let your voice be heard.
Tuesday, 8/27 7 p.m. BOC Room, second floor, 100 Cherokee St., Marietta
Petition to Restripe lanes to 11-ft on Johnson Ferry, creating safer options for people who ride bikes.
During the repaving project Johnson Ferry Road, we're asking Cobb DOT to please create a safer option for bicyclists by restriping travel lane widths to 11-ft from Roswell Road to Lower Roswell Road, creating a “bikeable” shoulder, nearly 3-feet wide.
Please go to the following link & sign the on-line petition.
Please send an email to the Cobb County Commissioners and DOT at:
Subject: Anniston Ride on the SCT October 26-27, 2013
You may have heard talk about riding to Anniston and back on the Silver Comet Trail or you may have already been a participant. Well, guess what?? It's time to do it again!! (Or if you missed it last time, maybe you can join us this time).
Here are the basic details of the trip:
Trip date: October 26-27, 2013
We are pleased to have Roberta Cook, Founder and Coordinator of River Line Historic Area as our guest speaker at the Annual Members Meeting of Bike Cobb on Monday, July 8th at 7:00 p.m. The Meeting will be held in the Community Room of REI at their location on Barrett Parkway in Kennesaw, GA.
Please join us Monday, July 8th at the Bike Cobb Annual Meeting to help Cobb County become a safer place to ride a bicycle.
Date: Monday, July 8th
Time: 7 pm
Location: REI Kennesaw, Meeting Room
740 Ernest W. Barrett Pkwy #450 Kennesaw, GA 30144
Items on the agenda include:
The election of Board Members (Don McWethy and Bill Ruhsam)
The election of several new Officers - Secretary (Brian Genter) & President.