Both BIIC and StarterBikes are frequently looking for volunteers to help with planning, events, brainstorming, or just to take part! If you’d like to know more, join us at an event or just get in touch!
We also want your feedback, to help make bicycling on and around campus safer, easier, and more enjoyable; please let us know if you notice any problems that we should be aware of (areas of conflict, dangerous potholes, etc.)! The LiveSafe App, offered by the Georgia Tech Police Department, is an easy and anonymous way to report immediate issues, like vehicles obstructing bicycle lanes.
Bicycle Advocacy Off-Campus
To get involved in local, regional, or national bicycle advocacy, refer to our Advocacy Resources section, which contains organizational links and a brief overview of existing efforts. For those both on- and off-campus, the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is always looking for individuals to become more involved in general advocacy, as well as their neighborhood associations or NPUs; if you’re interested in knowing more, feel free to contact us or ABC. In addition, there is a never-ending flow of events, including Critical and Courteous Mass, Mobile Socials, Midnight Rides, Beltline tours, and Atlanta Streets Alive. We often meet up at StarterBikes to ride as a group to the start of the Mobile Social. Check back frequently here, on Facebook, and Twitter, for updates! These rides are always a good time, and an excellent way to meet new people and bask in the wonder of riding around our beautiful city!