Holiday Party and Volunteer Appreciation Event

Savannah Bicycle Campaign members, volunteers, donors, sponsors and supporters are invited to our annual Holiday Party and Volunteer Appreciation Event on Saturday, Dec. 16 from 5-8 p.m., at SBC headquarters, 1301 Lincoln St., Suite A. Drop by and enjoy food, beverages and holiday cheer in the company of others who are working to make Savannah better for bicycling

Battle of the Bikes 3

Join us at Southbound Brewing Co. on Friday, Dec. 15 for Battle of the Bikes 3! See who will win the Bicycle Repair Relay Race! We’ll have teams of mechanics from local bike shops in a relay race, where each team has a given number of kids bikes to refurbish and see who can complete the repairs first. Southbound will donate $1 for every pint sold to SBC. All reconditioned bikes will be distributed to…

Sixth Annual Pedal Medal Award Celebration

The sixth annual Pedal Medal Award Celebration begins at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 7 at the Historic Savannah Foundation’s Kennedy Pharmacy. The event recognizes individuals who have made Savannah safer and friendlier for people who ride bikes. This year’s Pedal Medal award recipient is Debbie Kohler. John Arney will be honored as SBC’s volunteer of the year. The event includes drinks, hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction. Purchase your tickets today.

Holiday Bike Drive 2017

Our New Standard Cycles program is seeking donations of children’s bikes for our annual Holiday Bike Drive in conjunction with Blessings in a Book Bag. After volunteers recondition the bicycles, they will be given to deserving children selected by Blessings in a Bookbag on Dec. 16. Here’s coverage of last year’s event from Fox 28: Savannah Bicycle Campaign gives 53 children bikes this Christmas. Bikes can be dropped off at 1301 Lincoln St on the following days and times: Thursdays from 5:00…

Fifth Annual Savannah Cranksgiving Ride

Our fifth annual Savannah Cranksgiving Ride is coming up on Saturday, Nov. 18. stating at 1 p.m. Cranksgiving is half bike ride, half food drive and a 100 percent fun way to spend a Saturday afternoon helping others. The Savannah Bicycle Campaign (and you!) will be helping feed hungry people at Emmaus House. Founded in 1982 by a group of downtown churches, Emmaus House provides food and day services to the homeless and needy of Savannah. Breakfast is…