Awesome Atlanta, Georgia's cultural capital, is a magical metropolis at the foothills of the Appalachian mountains. This cycle-friendly city abounds with historic stories, diverse culture, and innovative ideas. From the era of the American Civil War, to the 20th Century, when Martin Luther King dreamed his first dream right here in the Old Fourth Ward, to the present day, Atlanta is a city that refuses to conceal its spectacular ambitions.
The ambitions of Atlanta's people are as high as the Appalachian peaks themselves - this is a city defined by its progressive thinking, dedication to honoring its heroes, and commitment to a more sustainable future. Atlanta has a vibrant and dramatic history - born out of the Western and Atlantic Railroad, Atlanta almost ceased to be in 1864, when General William T. Sherman's 'March to the Sea' razed Georgia's capital to the ground. The city rose again, rebounding defiantly during the post-war period to become the unofficial capital of the 'New South'.
Atlanta describes itself as 'a city on another level'. From ground level, experience everything this hip, eco-minded, culture-filled metropolis has to offer on a guided bike tour prioritizing authenticity, impact, and cultural learning. This is ATL with an axle – a cycle-friendly city with myriad trendy neighborhoods, stunning parks, and moving historical sites perfect for exploring on two wheels. Whether you want to delve into the history of the Civil Rights Movement, breathe in the fresh air of Atlanta’s urban oases, or you’re a lover of all-things boutique and quirky, Atlanta’s bike tours have something incredibly special to offer you.