We were fortunate enough to have Atlanta’s Fox 5’s Good Day Atlanta out on our “Fall in Love with Atlanta” tour, and Paul Milliken did a fantastic job of really capturing the spirit and adventure riders experience when biking with Bicycle Tours of Atlanta.
Fox 5 created two segments, but for those of you who only have a few minutes, this video is my favorite:
If you’re looking for a little more background and history on Bicycle Tours of Atlanta, watch this video:
Don’t forget to share the videos with your family and friends. And if you’re interested in coming out to ride with us anytime in the months of May or June, just use the discount code Fox5 when you book your tour!
A couple months ago I was asked to write a piece in Southern Distinction all about the art scene here in Atlanta.And as a native Atlantan and an an avid cyclist, I figured that highlighting all of the spots that we hit on our “Street Art Bicycle Tour” would be the perfect way to do this. Just beneath the surface of the highly commercial institutions of Atlanta (“The Fox” “Woodruff Arts Center,” which, of course, are valuable in their on right) is something that I find to be far more dynamic and compelling. It’s where I discover the true and steady heartbeat of this city.
The arts scene in Atlanta has grown exponentially over the course of the last decade, and Bicycle Tours of Atlanta has a special and unique opportunity to showcase both local and global artists in a way that no one else can.
I plan on showcasing some of the articles I wrote with Southern Distinction on this blog within the next couple of months, be sure to stay tuned!