Address: 670 Houze Way, Roswell, GA 30076    Phone: 770-642-4057    Hours: Mon - Thurs 10am -7pm,  Fri 10am -6pm,  Sat 9:30am - 5pm,  Sun 12pm - 4pm

Month Flat Week Day

Sun. 22 Apr, 2018

There are no events on this day.

Mon. 23 Apr, 2018

Monday Night Ride

Mon. 23 Apr, 2018 6:00 pm

Time:  6:00PM  (Arrive early to prep and for pre-ride briefing)
Start/Finish: Roswell Bicycles, 670 Houze Way, Roswell, GA 30076 (Park in Andretti's Indoor Karting & Games parking log)
Distance:  17 miles 
Pace:  15-17mph (no drop)

Ride Type: This is a great No-Drop ride with a ride leader and ride sweeper.  It's 17 beautiful miles through roads surrounding Roswell Bicycles averaging 15-17 mph on fairly hilly terrain.  A good ride for a Monday, not too slow but isn't a strenuous ride either. This is what you're looking for after a hard weekend of riding, or to get yourself ready for some fast riding later on in the season. 

NO RIDE IF RAINING

There are regrouping points throughout the ride.  This is a 17-mile no-drop ride.  If you feel the urge to hammer, drop people and crush your fellow riders on the climbs, then you may want to pick another ride in the Atlanta area.

Tue. 24 Apr, 2018

Olde Blind Dog Cycling Club Ride

Tue. 24 Apr, 2018 6:45 pm

Welcome to the Olde Blind Dog Cycling & Social Club. Our goals are fitness, fun, friendships and experiencing the joy of riding a bicycle! All types of cyclists are welcome - from cycling beginners to very experienced cyclists.
 
We invite you to join our Facebook page.
 
RIDES:

1. WEEKNIGHT RIDES: We have regular weeknight rides each week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, all year long. Meet: Olde Blind Dog Crabapple. Rides Start: 6:45 pm. Rider’s meeting 6:35 pm. We usually have several ride options available, from beginner to advanced. We post each upcoming ride here on our page.

2. WEEKEND RIDES:
Our members also post all kinds of weekend rides, cycling events and other weeknight rides for other nights. List of upcoming weekend rides are in the "Files" section at the top of the page.

We meet at the Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub in Crabapple. After the rides, everyone is invited to "Rehydration" at the pub for socializing.
We like to take local neighborhood routes, or our local backroads and we try to stay away from cars and traffic as much as possible.

SAFETY:
We try to make sure we have safe rides, but we can't guarantee every person's safety at all times. Each person is responsible for your own safety at all times. Please don't ever just "blindly follow the group or the rider in front of you". At all times, make sure that the actions you are taking are safe for you.Some examples: Don't ever just follow the group or a rider when you cross a street. The safety of the situation, with an oncoming car, could change immediately. Be totally responsible for watching the route/path you are taking. Watch out for holes, cracks and debris.Maintain 360 degree situational awareness at all times.
Always wear a helmet, and always bring front and rear lights. You never know for sure when you might find yourself in twilight or out after dark. Make sure your bike is always in safe working order, including tires that are fully inflated 

DISCLAIMER:
The sport of cycling has inherent dangers. Please exercise caution. If you participate, you are agreeing that you are riding at your own risk and are assuming all (100%) responsibility for your safety and for your equipment. Also, you are assuming all responsibility for getting home safely, should you have a mechanical issue or somehow are separated from the group. In addition, if you participate, you are taking sole responsibility for your own choices regarding traffic laws. Just like all vehicle operators, you are solely responsible for your own actions.If you participate in these rides, you agree to hold anyone affiliated with the Olde Blind Dog Cycling and Social Club, LLC, the Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub, ride leaders, and organizers of the rides and events harmless and you agree to indemnify them in case of injury or harm to your equipment.

 

 

Wed. 25 Apr, 2018

There are no events on this day.

Thu. 26 Apr, 2018

Bike Roswell! Thursday Night Ride

Thu. 26 Apr, 2018 6:30 pm

Bike Roswell! Thursday Night Ride

This is one of the area’s most popular rides. With three different routes through beautiful Roswell (from easy to challenging) and four group levels, this ride is for riders of all abilities—from first timers to Cat 1-2 riders, and everything in between. This ride has it all: from flats along the Chattahoochee River to optional, spectacular  climbs (1500 ft of ascent) that can challenge the best rider. Something for every cyclist! 

With four ride groups to choose from, this weekly ride is from late March through the last Thursday in September due to diminished daylight conditions. Start times:6:00 PM (March, first part April, & September); 6:30 PM (Late April, May thru August).

START/FINISH:  Roswell Area Park, 10517 Woodstock Road, Roswell, GA (new Start/Finish location)

A Group - 20-23 mpg avg - 25 miles
B Group - 18-21 mpg ave - 20 or 25 miles
C Group - 16-17 mpg avg - 20 or 25 miles . NO DROP ride.

Click here to view ride website for current times and information.

Roswell Bicycles is proud to sponsor Bike Roswell!

Olde Blind Dog Cycling Club Ride

Thu. 26 Apr, 2018 6:45 pm

Welcome to the Olde Blind Dog Cycling & Social Club. Our goals are fitness, fun, friendships and experiencing the joy of riding a bicycle! All types of cyclists are welcome - from cycling beginners to very experienced cyclists.
 
We invite you to join our Facebook page.
 
RIDES:

1. WEEKNIGHT RIDES: We have regular weeknight rides each week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, all year long. Meet: Olde Blind Dog Crabapple. Rides Start: 6:45 pm. Rider’s meeting 6:35 pm. We usually have several ride options available, from beginner to advanced. We post each upcoming ride here on our page.

2. WEEKEND RIDES:
Our members also post all kinds of weekend rides, cycling events and other weeknight rides for other nights. List of upcoming weekend rides are in the "Files" section at the top of the page.

We meet at the Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub in Crabapple. After the rides, everyone is invited to "Rehydration" at the pub for socializing.
We like to take local neighborhood routes, or our local backroads and we try to stay away from cars and traffic as much as possible.

SAFETY:
We try to make sure we have safe rides, but we can't guarantee every person's safety at all times. Each person is responsible for your own safety at all times. Please don't ever just "blindly follow the group or the rider in front of you". At all times, make sure that the actions you are taking are safe for you.Some examples: Don't ever just follow the group or a rider when you cross a street. The safety of the situation, with an oncoming car, could change immediately. Be totally responsible for watching the route/path you are taking. Watch out for holes, cracks and debris.Maintain 360 degree situational awareness at all times.
Always wear a helmet, and always bring front and rear lights. You never know for sure when you might find yourself in twilight or out after dark. Make sure your bike is always in safe working order, including tires that are fully inflated 

DISCLAIMER:
The sport of cycling has inherent dangers. Please exercise caution. If you participate, you are agreeing that you are riding at your own risk and are assuming all (100%) responsibility for your safety and for your equipment. Also, you are assuming all responsibility for getting home safely, should you have a mechanical issue or somehow are separated from the group. In addition, if you participate, you are taking sole responsibility for your own choices regarding traffic laws. Just like all vehicle operators, you are solely responsible for your own actions.If you participate in these rides, you agree to hold anyone affiliated with the Olde Blind Dog Cycling and Social Club, LLC, the Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub, ride leaders, and organizers of the rides and events harmless and you agree to indemnify them in case of injury or harm to your equipment.

 

 

Fri. 27 Apr, 2018

There are no events on this day.

Sat. 28 Apr, 2018

Webb Bridge Ride

Sat. 28 Apr, 2018 8:00 am

This ride begins from the Northpoint Church parking lot in Alpharetta.  See image below for the location within Northpoint where everyone must park.


The "A" group rides the same route each week, which is referred to as the Yellow Creek route.  Roll-out at 8:00am
Average: 21+ mph
Distance: 55 miles This is a DROP ride.  The pace is fast and the terrain is challenging.  There is one regroup point at the top of the Yellow Creek Rd. climb.


The B Group departs about 5 minutes after the A Group to prevent the two groups from getting mixed up.
 
The Mt. Tabor route provides a designated stop approximately an hour and a half into the ride.  There is a convenience store and facilities for using the bathroom.  This is approximately a 5 minute stop and also allows for slower riders to rejoin the group.  In addition to this designated stop there a couple of intersections where we stop briefly to allow riders to rejoin the group.  If new to the ride (no problem) it will be apparent where these re-group spots are.
 
The Sugar Pike route offers slightly more variety in terrain than the Mt Tabor route.  You should expect more rollers and sustained climbs.  The most memorable will be the climb on Eperson; which although short, is very steep.  Thankfully they regroup at the top providing everyone an opportunity to grab a bite to eat or just recover.
Currently they have a designated stop approximately 1.33 hours into the ride which provides an opportunity to use the bathroom and for the ride to regroup.  In keeping with their overall vision for the ride; they also provide for regrouping to occur at several intersections on the ride; generally after significant efforts.  If new to the ride just be alert to the queues provided by those who have been around for a while to know where these locations are. 
 
The B Group ride is open to everyone.  Our goal is to have a safe, friendly and challenging ride for all.  
 
·         We support those with mechanical problems and flats. 
·         We do not use Aero Bars unless riding in the rear of the pack.
·         We do not use ear phones or ear plugs.
·         We obey traffic rules and try at all times to be courteous to motorist.
·         We always wear helmets.

parking

 

Bike! Roswell Saturday Morning Ride

Sat. 28 Apr, 2018 8:00 am

Bike Roswell! Saturday Morning Ride 

This is a popular and informal, year-round group ride that rolls along 25 miles of the beautiful Roswell Mayors Ride route through Roswell, GA.  From A level riders to beginners, this ride has something for riders of all abilities. The main body of riders ride at a "C" level pacel, averaging 15-17mph.  However, after the ride starts, four main groups (A, B, C and D) develop so you can probably find a group to ride at your own pace level with.

This group rides all year around so be sure to check the Bike Roswell! event calendar for current rides and times.

Starting Saturday, Saturday, October 8, 2016, the Start/Finish location changes to the parking lot located between the park and Roswell North Elementary School Parking Lot (RIGHT NEXT DOOR), to Roswell Area Park. The address is 10517 Woodstock Road. Same ride, 7:30am start — changed parking lot.

For Current Start Time Click Here  (Ride time changes with the seasons)
Location:  Roswell Area Park, 
10517 Woodstock Road, Roswell, GA (new Start/Finish location)

To view Ride Page Click here

SCOTT Mountain Bike Demo at Big Creek

Sat. 28 Apr, 2018 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Date: Saturday, April 28th
Time: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm (The last demo bike will go out at 3:00 pm)
Location: Big Creek Mountain Bike Park - 1600 Old Alabama Rd. Roswell GA, 30076

FB EVENT PAGE

Necessary items: DL or other form of government issued ID, Credit Card, pedals, and a helmet. We have Crank Crothers, Shimano, and flat pedals, but we sometimes run out of a particular style depending on demand. Show up as if you’re going for a ride on your personal bike, and if possible, we recommend that you bring your current rig just in case we’re temporarily out of bikes when you arrive. It’s also great to do a back-to-back comparison!

Notes: We strive to put as many people out on our bikes as possible during every event, but it’s important to understand that these are bicycle test rides, not rentals. What does that mean? Well, similar to a wine or even a cake tasting, we’re providing the opportunity to sample the flavor of a few different models and hopefully impressing you enough to make you want to buy one. Please keep demo rides to an hour or less! If you show up as part of a group, then just be aware that we may not be able to get your entire party out on the trail at the same time. We’ll do our best, but be prepared to go for a ride as soon as you get your bike, even if that means riding solo. Kids under 18 years of age can demo as long as their parent or legal guardian is there to sign for them, but all riders must be able to safely ride one of our bicycles in order to go out for a demo, which means we cannot let them ride if the bike is deemed too big for them.

Bike in the fleet include:

Genius 920 Medium
Genius 920 Medium
Genius 920 Large
Genius 700 Tuned Medium
Spark 900 Medium
Spark 900 Medium
Spark 900 Large
Spark 900 Large
Spark 900 X-Large
Contessa Spark 710 Small
Contessa Spark 710 Medium
Spark 720 Small
Spark 720 Medium
Spark 720 Large

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