“How to Ride a Bike For Kids” on the Beltline (Afternoon)

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Is your child struggling to learn how to ride their bike? Through step by step, engaging activities REI’s Instructors will help them with their cycling. Our kid-friendly instructors will provide a combination of personalized and group instruction to help overcome fears, teach important skills such as starting and stopping and help them understand how to … Continue Reading →

Free

Family Pickup Soccer

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Relaxed and fun pickup soccer game for all ages. Families and friends are welcome.   Historic 4th Ward Skatepark or Maynard Jackson Highschool Go to (http://sopfc.com/familypickup) for updates

Free

“How to Ride a Bike For Kids” on the Beltline (Morning)

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s Office 100 Peachtree Street, NW, Suite 2300, Atlanta

Is your child struggling to learn how to ride their bike? Through step by step, engaging activities REI’s Instructors will help them with their cycling. Our kid-friendly instructors will provide a combination of personalized and group instruction to help overcome fears, teach important skills such as starting and stopping and help them understand how to … Continue Reading →

Free

“How to Ride a Bike” on the Beltline (12+)

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s Office 100 Peachtree Street, NW, Suite 2300, Atlanta

If you never learned to ride a bike or need to relearn the basics, this is the class for you! REI’s patient instructors use a series of skill-developing exercises to get you up on two wheels. You’ll learn to start and stop smoothly while balancing comfortably on a bike. This class is the foundation of … Continue Reading →

Free

#BeltLineStrong

Our city has been through a lot recently, and at Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) and Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABP), the health and safety of our trail users, neighbors, volunteers and staff is our top priority. Please continue to adhere to all CDC guidelines regarding social distancing, hygiene and wearing face coverings to help curb the spread of COVID-19. Also, please practice kindness; our community has experienced a lot but WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER.