Whitaker and Drayton Street traffic calming proposal dismissed by City Council

We are disappointed by the Savannah City Council’s decision to dismiss the Whitaker and Drayton Street traffic calming proposal presented by the Savannah Development and Renewal Authority at the March 30 City Council workshop. Despite ample evidence that the SDRA proposal (download PDF) would both reduce crashes and deliver economic benefits, council endorsed a counter-proposal that will not be as effective in improving the safety of those who walk, ride bikes, or drive motor vehicles….

Today is for Riding #2: Jen, @jen_colestock

The Savannah Bicycle Campaign is featuring people who ride their bikes for work, play — and everything in-between. They may ride rain or shine, or they may hit two wheels on the weekends. But no matter what, they know what they love about riding in Savannah — and what can be improved. Follow along on our blog and our Instagram account as we share some top shots they’ve taken from behind their handlebars, their favorite things about…

Today is for Riding #1: Gordon, @SavannahBikeCommuter

The Savannah Bicycle Campaign will be doing a new feature on people who ride their bikes for work, play — and everything in-between. They may ride rain or shine, or they may hit two wheels on the weekends. But no matter what, they know what they love about riding in Savannah — and what can be improved. Follow along on our blog and our Instagram account as we share some top shots they’ve taken from behind…

February 2017 BikeCurious Ride

We will meet at SBC headquarters, 1301 Lincoln St, and drive to the Spanish Moss Trail‘s Depot Road Trailhead at 2730 Depot Road, Beaufort, SC. Parking is available, but car pooling is encouraged. Travel time to the trail by car is approximately one hour.at their own pace. The ride is free, but registration is required. Helmets are strongly encouraged. In addition, participants should also bring water, equipment to change a tire, cash (A Parker’s convenience store…

Fourth Annual Savannah Tweed Ride

Grab your bike, don your tweed or other cold weather clothing, and get ready for the Fourth Annual Savannah Tweed Ride! The ride will leave from Forsyth Park (near the basketball courts) at 2 p.m. to go on a beautiful, leisurely ride around picturesque Savannah! So dress up in your dandiest cycling gear and get ready for post-ride picnic in the park. The ride and picnic are free. Following the ride, join Savannah Sport and…