If you have been hurt in a Roswell or Fulton County bike accident, Georgia Bike Law is ready to help with any legal claims. Georgia Bike Law attorneys Ken Rosskopf and Bruce Hagen are passionate about biking, and they are vocal legal advocates for cyclists throughout Georgia.
Georgia Bike Law is honored to be recommended by Georgia Bikes!, a statewide bicyclist advocacy group.
Contact Bruce and Ken through the Bicycle Accident Report Form about your case. It only takes a minute to complete.
Biking in Roswell and Fulton County
Roswell Population: 93,692
Bicycle Friendly Community: Since 2006 (Bronze Level).
Advocacy Group: Bike Roswell, a nonprofit group with more than 400 members, is dedicated to encouraging cycling in and around town.
The Official Scoop: Roswell was Georgia’s first Bicycle Friendly Community, as designated by the League of American Bicyclists. The city’s website notes: Roswell has a special commitment to all aspects of cycling. To nurture this commitment, the City of Roswell formed the Bicycle Advisory Committee in fall 2014. The city website also shows Roswell’s Bicycle Network as of 2014. The city site includes information on bicycle safety.
Quick facts on bike facilities in Roswell: Roswell has 59.4 miles of bicycle facilities, including 11.9 miles of marked bicycle lanes (width: >4 feet); 32.8 miles of bicycle shoulders (width: 2-4 feet); and 14.7 miles of paved shoulders (width: 0.5-2 feet).
Bruce’s Comments about biking in Roswell
“When you think of Roswell, you think of the mayor, Jere Wood, an active mountain bike rider and supportive of anything that has to do with bicycling. He has helped push Roswell as a Bicycle Friendly Community. There are a lot of Roswell trails and greenways that connect to neighboring towns such as Alpharetta in north Fulton County. There are also great bike paths along the Chattahoochee River and the Azalea Park area. Events include the annual Mayor’s Ride, the Historic Roswell Criterium, the Georgia 400 Century Ride and the Roswell Cycling Festival.”
Flickr photo from Wikipedia by Carrie Qualters.
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