Atlanta Cycling is located just a few minutes from Big Creek Park, with a...
Bike Friendly Community
Roswell knows a thing or two about cycling and mountain biking. Period.
Paved paths, dirt trails whichever your preference you'll find a spot for you. Come and ride Roswell at your leisure.
Where to Ride:
- Big Creek Park and Greenway - paved and dirt trails (maintained, updated trails of varying terrain and elevation)
- Roswell Riverwalk - paved with an optional boardwalk section (flat, mostly parallels the Chattahoochee River)
Roswell Cycling and Mountain Biking Organizations
From recreation and sport to alternative modes of transportation, Bike Roswell! strives to actively promote safe cycling, provide an advocacy platform for Roswell Citizens and implement programs to encourage participation with improved parks, roadways and cycling facilities. Bike Roswell! offers weekly road rides and a variety of rides and events throughout the year for all skill levels. Check out their website for a schedule of events and rides. http://www.bikeroswell.com
Roswell/Alpharetta Mountain Biking Organization (RAMBO)
RAMBO is a volunteer organization dedicated to improving off-road biking recreational opportunities through advocacy for quality trail systems. RAMBO fosters relationships with community leaders and land managers, promotes volunteerism, and outdoor recreation that is consistent with environmental protection, thereby strengthening the community and quality of life. Find out more details about the trails and upcoming events through RAMBO at http://www.rambo-mtb.org
Make plans to participate in or check out these annual cycling and mountain biking events.
Annual Big Creek Quick Six Enduro
Mountain bike race that raises funds for Big Creek Park. Come cheer on the competitors at this yearly event. Follow along with RAMBO on social media and on their website for more details for this Fall event.
Georgia 400 Century Ride
There is nothing like it! Thousands of riders mount their bicycles to ride on Georgia's official Hospitality Highway - Georgia 400. Once cyclists exit Georgia 400, the ride course winds through beautiful areas in North Fulton county, Cherokee county and Forsyth county. For those not up to the full 100-mile Century, there are shorter routes available, giving all levels an opportunity to be part of an exciting event. Routes include rest stops, full technical support and a variety of snacks and drinks. http://www.ga400century.com