On this FREE two-mile bike ride and tour, I’ll show you the Bridge to Terabithia, the Smiley Tree, two new murals (wink wink), secret berries and plums, and more, on a truly joy-based journey.
I am offering this free event in support of my book, Traveling at the Speed of Bike, which will be for sale at the Local Authors Tent at Lemonade Days Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28 for $10. You can get it online in either print or digital versions in all Amazon markets globally for about the same price, if you do not live locally, are not able to attend the event, or simply can’t wait to read it 🙂
Meet at the Zero Mile post on the Dunwoody Trail in Brook Run Park between the skate park and playground. Bring a bike in good shape (brakes that work; tires inflated) with at least three gears (it’s hilly). You will need to sign a League of American Bicyclists standard release form. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.
Motor vehicle parking is limited during the popular Lemonade Days Festival, so walking or riding your bike to the park is recommended if you feel safe doing so. You can also load up to two bikes on MARTA Bus #132 (which connects the Chamblee MARTA station to where Sprouts used to be in Dunwoody —see its route and schedule here) as it stops directly in front of Brook Run Park (see my 10-second video showing how to load your bike on a bus). Alternatively, you can try parking a motor vehicle by Georgetown or Pernoshal Parks and riding over to Brook Run Park (all three parks connect via the multiuse trail).
If it’s been awhile since you’ve been on bike and you’d like a refresher class, plus tips and tricks for working bike riding back into your life, sign up for my Traveling at the Speed of Bike class here.