Antebellum Trail Bicycle Route

Explore the southern charm and beautiful scenic byways of the Antebellum Trail Bicycle Route, a 170-mile trek that winds through a collection of Georgia’s most beautiful antebellum towns.

antebellum-bikeIn each town along the way you will experience an abundance of unique history, much of it tied to the American Civil War and our country’s Native American heritage.
The town centers of Athens and Macon – the largest stops along the route – provide you with a wide variety of options for dining, shopping, nightlife and hospitality. In contrast, the town centers of Madison, Milledgeville and Watkinsville each feature home-grown shopping and dining experiences with a cool, artistic flair

Eatonton and Gray offer a rare opportunity to experience Small Town USA. Take time to visit each community’s Welcome Center, town square, shops, restaurants and quaint settings and you’ll be guaranteed to get a big helping of the simpler pleasures in life.

We hope you enjoy your travels along the ATBR. More information on these friendly towns and the physical characteristics of the route is available on Georgia Bicycle Adventures’ blog

Disclaimer: A WORD OF CAUTION. Bicyclists are responsible for their own safety. Most of the roadways on this map have no special facilities for bicycle travel. Neither Georgia Bicycle Adventures nor the Antebellum Trail Association (per town) warrants the accuracy of information or the condition of the roadways or any other facilities shown on this map. Georgia Bicycle Adventures and the Antebellum Trail Association disclaim any responsibilities arising from the use of this map. Bicyclists assume a risk upon these routes identical to the risks assumed on all other roadways.

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