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Be awe-struck by alluring Atlanta
This is your not-to-be-missed bike tour of Atlanta’s cultural, historic, and environmental visions. It’s a unique ride into Atlanta’s dynamic, hip, and moving stories – revealed in the corners of its suburbs, the script of its murals, and the glory of its gardens. By tour-end, you’ll be awe-struck, moved, and totally in love with Atlanta.
Your guided bicycle tour begins on the Atlanta BeltLine, a natural oasis in Atlanta’s thriving cityscape, and its largest urban revitalization project. Ride along a cycle path lined with lush foliage to the leafy neighborhood of Inman Park, Atlanta’s first suburb, with its boutique outdoor dining spaces. The Krog Tunnel is a story told with spray-cans – an edgy backdrop for your Instagram photos. You’ll ride past all colors of the rainbow in this urban art canvas linking Inman Park with Cabbagetown – a treat for the eyes and for the mind. Next, there’s the opportunity for a photo at the best free vantage point of downtown Atlanta. Fans of The Walking Dead will recognize this spot on Jackson Street Bridge as the iconic backdrop for the first season! You’ll know you’ve cycled into Cabbagetown when the streets narrow and you see the double-height porches of the myriad 1800s mill cottages, delicately colored and nestling delicious eateries.
Marvel at the contrast of Atlanta as you glide into the Old Fourth Ward, a former industrial area now rejuvenated with trendy stores and dining opportunities, and the birthplace of Dr Martin Luther King Jr. The ward sets the scene for the final section of the day tour, promising to educate, move, and inspire. Oakland Cemetery, so named for the majestic oak and magnolia trees flourishing amongst the headstones, is the final resting place for over 70,000 Georgians and Atlanta’s oldest public park, offering 48 acres of remarkable gardens, sculptures, and architecture.
Finally, your bike tour enters the King Historic District, an area of landmarks, monuments and exhibits devoted to the legacy of Dr Martin Luther King Jr, including King’s birth home, the stunning International World Peace Rose Garden, “Behold” monument, and the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church.
Days Start Finish Daily 12:30 pm ~3:00 pm Daily 10:00 am ~12:30 pm Daily 9:30 am ~12:00 pm Daily 9:00 am ~11:30 am Daily 9:30 am ~12:00 pm Daily 10:00 am ~12:30 pm Daily 12:30 pm ~3:00 pm
No tours on December 24th, 25th, 31st and January 1st.
Rate USD Rider $70 Rider - Electric Bike Rental $90 Private Tour $95
Atlanta BeltLine, Inman Park, Krog Tunnel, Jackson Street Bridge, Cabbagetown, Old Fourth Ward, Oakland Cemetery, King Historic District, World Peace Rose Garden, “Behold” Monument, Ebenezer Baptist Church
- Bike and helmet rental
- Bottled water
Meeting place & directions
This tour depart from Studioplex Lofts in the Old Fourth Ward section of Atlanta.
659 Auburn Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30312
Please arrive 15 minutes before tour time. Once guests have been properly fitted and bike safety is reviewed, the tour will depart and roll for 2.5 hours. Please plan up to 3 hours for your entire tour experience.
- Marta train
Studioplex Lofts are located one mile from the Inman Park Reynoldstown Marta Station. Exit the train platform on the Inman Park side. Edgewood Avenue dead ends into Hurt Street directly across from the parking lot entrance to Marta. Head southwest on Edgewood for .8 mile; turn right on Randolph for 1/10th mile; turn right on Auburn Avenue and walk almost 500 feet, you will see Studioplex Lofts on your right. We are located in Unit #19G located off the main courtyard. When entering the main courtyard (in larger building), turn right through the glass double doors and continue down the hall.
- Atlanta Streetcar
Studioplex Lofts are located 4 blocks (10 minute stroll) from the King Historic District stop. Exit the streetcar platform and walk east towards the King Center. Continue through the King neighborhood on Auburn Avenue until you see Studiplex Lofts on your right.
Parking is available at Studioplex Lofts and will cost guests approximately $8 to park for the duration of the tour event. Enter the 2-story courtyard and follow the signs to our location.
★★★★★ Ryan 7 months ago
Great ride into Atlanta’s history, art and culture
Touring Atlanta by bike provides a really unique look at the city, including a lot of interesting areas I hadn't previously been familiar with, such as the Krog tunnel. I started to really appreciate the organic artwork that you see around Atlanta, especially by bike. Our guide was great and really knew Atlanta and its history well. I particularity enjoyed the Beltline. Plus Inman Park has some really beautiful homes and is capped off by L5P which is no doubt one of Atlanta's most interesting spots. The bikes were great and the riding was easy and fun. The length was about perfect.
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- Difficulty (actual vs. expected)?
- As expected
- Who is this tour suitable for?
- First-time bike tourists, Solo travelers
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