Downtown Atlanta’s BIKEFEST Is Back for 3rd Year on May 18th
Thursday, April 22nd 2010
ATLANTA, GA- Downtown Atlanta’s celebration of all things cycling is back for its third year. Whether you are a veteran cyclist, or haven’t ridden a bike since you were a pre-teen, the Atlanta BikeFest has something for you. This year’s outdoor event will be held in Woodruff Park and will feature information booths on bicycle safety, maintenance, and different types of bikes including which one is the best fit for you, new technology, and tips on how to maximize the health benefits of cycling. Bring your bike, show off your style, and take part in the bike-friendly fun!
What: 2010 Atlanta BikeFest presented by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition and the Downtown Transportation Management Association.
When: Tuesday, May 18th, 2010
Time: 11:00 AM-2:00 PM
Where: Woodruff Park in Downtown Atlanta
For more information visit AtlantaDowntown.com.
Media Contact: Sara Milton – 404-658-5908 email@example.com
The Downtown Transportation Management Association (TMA)
The Downtown TMA, a program of Central Atlanta Progress and the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District, provides Downtown employers and employees with resources and incentives to encourage transportation alternatives to ease congestion, reduce pollution and improve the commute experience. Visit www.atlantadowntown.com to learn more. Individuals not commuting to Downtown should visit www.cleanaircampaign.org to learn more about the other alternative commuting resources in their area.
The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition
The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition (previously Campaign) is a membership-based nonprofit advocate for better bicycling in the Atlanta area. Atlanta's largest member-based bicycle advocacy organization, Atlanta Bicycle Coalition creates better conditions for biking, provides Confident City Cycling classes that teach people to ride safely, offers programs to break down the barriers to cycling, educates drivers and cyclists on how to share the road, and strives to make Atlanta a bike-friendly, greener community. Visit www.atlantabike.org for more information.