Summerville will host a Bike Ride Through Georgia (BRAG) and present a special concert at Dowdy Park on Friday, September 24
The bike ride On the other side The U.S. Georgia Cycle Route 21 covers over 160 miles of Chattanooga in Atlanta September 24-26. The American Cycle Route System (USBRS) is a development network officially numbered interstate cycle paths that connect cities, suburbs, aand rural areas. Georgiajoins the USBRS by designating a system of roads and trails as US Bike Route 21. In conjunction with the Georgia Point, and North Coast Hospital, BRAG hosts this stroll.
City of Summerville will proudly welcome this group of passionate cyclists to dowdy Park on Friday September 24 for its fifth year. The cyclists arrive in Summerville at their own pace between 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. Cyclists will spend the day in Summerville, camping in Dowdy Park. Hang ontheir stay, they will be treated in a Summerville Main Street hospitality tent, participate in an educational class, visit local catering, shop local retail, and enjoy a Friday night live concert in Dowdy Park.
The Friday evening live community concert kick off at 6:00 p.m. in Dowdy Park under the small gazebo with Ilocal musician, Chip Rowland, followed by Coutney Day & The Daly grindunder the Grand Gazebo from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.. Concert-goers can expect to enjoy favorite classics from a variety of genres. The concert is free for the public and sponsored by Summerville Main Street. Food and specialty vendors will be on site for the evening. Concert goers are encouraged to bring a garden chair.
For spectators and photographers wishing to encourage this group at the start, a mass start, with the policescort, is scheduled for University Street on Saturday Morning at 8:00 am Cyclists will be continue their journey an additional 58.4 miles from Summerville to Rockmart and camp at Skydive Space countryAtlanta. Sunday the cyclists will end their trip by driving 43.1 miles from Rockmart to Atlanta / Mableton. A shuttle will take participants back to Chattanooga once everyone has reached their destination.