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Cynthia Rowley

These are a few of Cynthia Rowley’s favorite things

With the holidays just around the corner and a new boutique open at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta, Rowley shared her holiday must-haves, upcoming trends, and fitness motivators—all of which are available at her new store.
Atlanta Falcons build-a-bike

Atlanta Falcons host a bicycle build day at the East Lake YMCA

On Monday, Atlanta Falcons General Manager Thomas Dimitroff shared his passion for bicycling with 25 kids and teenagers, giving them an opportunity to start their own cycling hobby.

Edgewood Ave coffee shop Cafe + Velo is a cyclist’s paradise

Cafe + Velo owners Jeff Demetriou (an Atlanta artist and cyclist) and Benjamin Boisson (owner of Atlanta Beltline Bikes) want you to drive your car less. The duo opened a cozy, unpretentious coffee shop on Edgewood in hopes that it would appeal to Atlanta's cycling and pedestrian community.
Bicycling with kids Atlanta BeltLine

The virtues of urban cycling (with your kids)

When Lola was just a chubby nugget of a girl with a headful of peach fuzz, my mom bought me a strange, neon-green contraption that changed our lives: a handlebar-mounted bicycle seat for kids, replete with a seatbelt, faux steering wheel with a smiley face, and a helmet with rubber kitten ears.
Smyrna bike-share

Smyrna paves the way for riders with new bike-share program

340 residents have signed up for the mostly free program, which launched last September. The fleet of bikes—managed by Zagster, a Massachusetts-based vendor, and tracked by antitheft geofencing technology—is spread among four stations that operate like kiosks; each one is near the city’s 12-mile network of multiuse trails.
Atlanta Bike Share

Atlanta’s bike share program delayed until summer 2016

“To me, the bike share program isn’t about the day we launch. What happens on day two? What happens on day 100? What does it accomplish? That’s paramount in the discussion.”
Best of Atlanta 2015

Cruisers: Intown Bicycles

No bike store is better positioned than the Piedmont Park– and Atlanta BeltLine–adjacent Intown Bicycles.
Royal Tour Bicycles

Editor’s Pick: Royal Tour Bicycles

While living in Spain, Paul Atkins became enamored with the picturesque pedaling culture in Europe. He was so inspired that when he returned to the U.S., he decided to hand-build his own cruisers.

Can Atlanta, a city built for cars, make room for bikes?

I’ve been riding to and from work several days per week since May. Everything they tell you about the benefits of cycle commuting is true: I’ve lost eleven pounds, my back and neck are no longer stiff at the end of the workday, my posture has improved, my resting heart rate has dropped, and I’m saving gas money. Oh, and chicks dig it. And by chicks, I mean my four- and one-year-old daughters, who cheer when they see me on a bike.

Bespoke Style at Decatur’s Houndstooth Road

Jae Schmidt was looking for a more sophisticated way to pedal to his administration job at Emory’s medical school when he discovered the English bicycle brand Pashley. He eyed its solid, hand-built frames and curvy silhouettes and knew he’d found The One.

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