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Join Us for the 3rd Annual Big Welsh Bike Ride!

The only Welsh centered festival in the South Eastern United States is hosting the Big Welsh Bike Ride on the beautiful Silver Comet Trail beginning in Rockmart! Come join us at the 6th Annual WELSHfest featuring great music & hymn singning, welly wanging, bike riding, men in kilts, Medieval activities, children’s events, tearoom, vendors & […]

Try A Tri donates money to local schools

John Page, race director for Try A Tri, presented checks of $1,000 to Cave Spring Elementary School and Georgia School for the Deaf. The money to Cave Spring Elementary School will aid the school’s progress toward STEM certification. An additional $500 was donated to the Alzheimer’s Association of North Georgia from the event. Source: Rome-News Tribune

Crossing Guard Appreciation Week

The week of November 17 was Crossing Guard Appreciation Week as deemed by Safe Routes to Schools.  Emma Brown, Elm Street School crossing guard, was honored for her 14 years of dedicated service to Elm Street by Principal JoAnn Moss.  Ms. Brown stated that it is a privilege to work at Elm Street and hopes […]

Connect The Comet

From Georgia Bike Adventures: I was very pleased to attend and speak to Cave Spring’s ‘Connect The Comet’ meeting on Friday, August 29 at the invitation of Cave Spring’s Downtown Development Authority Director, Sandra Lindsey. There is a groundswell of enthusiasm to connect bike/ped routes to the Silver Comet Trail through NW Georgia to Chattanooga. The Cave […]

Rome’s Annual Fall Walking Breakfast 2014

Rome’s annual fall walking breakfast was a success!  Bike! Walk! Northwest Georgia partnered with the Rome Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority, The ECO Center, Keep Rome-Floyd Beautiful, Redmond Regional, and Rome-Floyd Planning Department to offer a mini health fair along the Ridge Ferry Trail in conjunction with the Farmer’s Market.  This is a great way […]

Leake Mounds Trail

The Leake Mounds Trail in Cartersville offer the user a unique taste of history as the mounds predate the Etowah Indian Mounds by 1000 years.  For more information on the mounds, visit:

BWNWGA Micro Grants Put to Good Use

BWNWGA Micro Grants Put to Good Use with 10 New Bike Racks for the NWGA Public Health Departments.

Join us at the Georgia Trail Summit!

Join Bike Walk Northwest Georgia at the Georgia Trail Summit on April 11th & 12th in Athens! A dynamic committee is actively planning the first trail summit in Georgia in 15 years. Attendees can connect, share knowledge and further the trail projects already happening in Georgia. Trails includes rail-trails, greenways, blueways, multi-purpose paths, equestrian trails, […]

March Meeting Field Trip

Please note that the BWNWGA meeting for March will NOT be held at the Regional Commision in Rome, but instead will be held at the Chattooga Academy in Layfayette. Please join us for this field trip meeting!