The Return of Bike Week
Thank you to everyone who participated in Bike Week 2013!
You know, the BIIC has been around a few years now, trying to get it’s start and doing the best it can. But it feels like maybe it’s time to step it up, and update our game. So that’s our next step. Interested? Let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org). Also, we’re hoping to totally overhaul this page, […]
First off, a HUGE thank you to everyone who participated in Bike Week! We had almost 200 participants in the Commuter Competition, 15 entrants (and 50+ judges!) in the Bike Show, and around 20 people rode alongside Bud Peterson in the Ride with the President. All in all, not a bad week! To make things […]
The Commuter Competition The Commuter Competition is the heart of Bike Week; it represents an opportunity to encourage more students, staff, and faculty to commute by bike, as well as to thank everyone already riding to and from campus! Participation in the competition is free, all you have to do is return to bike.gatech.edu each […]
This October 7-11 marks the third annual Georgia Tech Bike Week, created to encourage more people to ride their bikes to and around Georgia Tech, through prizes, incentives, fun events, and competition. The centerpiece of Bike Week is a week-long Commuter Challenge. All students, staff, and faculty can use a simple form (which will be […]
The BIIC is bidding farewell to some of its members as they go off to bigger and better things; this means we’re looking for new members (particularly undergraduates!). If you’re interested, complete the application form below! We’ll contact you via email if we think you’re a good fit for the committee.
The BIIC, in partnership with Stamps Health Center, has made available on our website a new Incident Report Form that can be quickly submitted online to let us know about any issues you encounter around campus. We encourage everyone to take advantage of this tool to help us make better decisions about improvements to campus […]
On March 20th Georgia Tech is hosting a special bike safety class we’re calling “enlightened cycling” (with the support of the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition). We call it that because it’s going to focus on safety skills that are highly practical in nature, as well as information that will help make you a safer and more […]