Top Historic Bike Tours in Atlanta

659 Auburn Ave NE. 404-273-2558. Monday to Sunday at different times.

Take a ride through the city on one of Atlanta’s most desirable bike tours. Bicycle Tours of Atlanta, which is classified # 1 on Trip Advisor for Outdoor Activities in Atlanta, offers guided tours every day. This month, runners can take part in the three-hour “Fall in Love with Atlanta” and “Atlanta’s Journey for Civil Rights” tours. Tickets are priced at $ 65 per runner.

“We have such a beautiful city to show,” said Robyn Elliott, owner of Bicycle Tours of Atlanta. “The whole experience is quite dynamic because people really have the opportunity at some level to interact with the locals.”

The company also offers personalized private tours, corporate events and team building activities.

Civilian bikes

409 John Avenue Wesley Dobbs NE. 470-344-9122. Weekends at different times and during the week by reservation.

Discover Atlanta’s historic landmarks, artistic relics, and vibrant culture on a Civil Bikes tour. The company offers five organized bike tours and some routes through specific Atlanta neighborhoods, such as “The East Side Beltline” and “Early Edgewood-Candler Park” tours.

Deadwyler recommends that guests try the “Tracing the Roots of the Civil Rights Movement of Sweet Auburn” tour if this is their first bike visit to Atlanta.

“We think that’s everyone’s story, and our goal is to increase the visibility of these groups here in Atlanta, their contributions and the culture they’ve brought,” she said.

Tickets are $ 65 and include a bike rental and a taste from a local food vendor.


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Atlanta Belt Line Bike Tours

Eastside Route: 675 Ponce de Leon Ave., Suite E-184 / Westside Route: 843 MLK Drive NW. 404-446-4404. Saturday at 9 a.m.

Enjoy free guided bike tours of the Atlanta Belt Line and learn about the history of the project. The Eastside Highway, approximately 13 miles long, follows the Beltline Eastside Trail, and there will be rest areas in Historic Fourth Ward and Piedmont Parks. The Westside route will last approximately 9 miles and rest areas include Gordon White Park, Washington Park and Adair Park.

If guests don’t have their own bikes, they should come early and rent one from Mountain High Outfitters for the Eastside Tour or Relay Bike Share for the Westside Tour. Walk-ons are welcome and check-in begins at 8:45 am on Saturdays.

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Street Art Tours in Atlanta

381 Edgewood Avenue 470-729-2738. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 9 a.m.

Get an immersive glimpse into Atlanta’s art scene by taking an Atlanta Street Art Tour. Tours will take cyclists through iconic locations, including Atlanta’s most notable street art venues, new art installations along the Atlanta Belt Line, and historic locations in the city. Admission is $ 25 per person without bike rental and $ 50 with bike rental. The trips last three hours and 30 minutes.

Explore ATL circuits

245 N. Highland Ave. NE, office 230-189. 678-636-9310. The dates of the bike tours vary.

Enjoy a historic bike ride through Atlanta with ExploreATL Tours, specializing in walking, car and bike tours. “The Battle of ATL Bike Tour, West” on May 6 will take riders to locations such as Sherman’s Siege, Fort Walker, and the McPherson Monument, which were involved in the Battle of Atlanta during the Civil War. To verify their website for more information on upcoming bike tours. Non-members of Atlanta’s urban explorers will have to pay $ 30 for registration, but members can attend for free.

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