Traverse even more of this charming Atlanta suburb with an electric bike from Pedego Alpharetta which will rent you the whole kit and kaboodle: bike, helmet and give you a tutorial on this fun new way to explore Alpharetta.
Explore this city of trees with a walk or bike ride through Alpharetta's Big Creek Greenway. Tote along a gourmet picnic lunch from Wildflour Cafe and gem-like pastries from Collet French Pastry Cafe or rent an electric bike from Pedego Alpharetta, a great way to keep older and younger riders on an even keel. The beauty of an electric bike, beyond the thrill factor, is you can go further and last longer, tackle hills with ease and then reward yourself with a stop at a local brewery along the way.
Constructed of glass and steel, this contemporary estate set in Johannesburg, South Africa features a luxurious, infinity-edge pool and exceptional amenities, including a health club, bike trails, equestrian facilities and a tennis court.
The 15,000-square-foot residence offers up sweeping views of the surrounding land and rambling Kentucky bluegrass lawn. A few of the luxuries included in the estate: an indoor pool, private tennis courts, a climbing wall, basketball court, pond and bike trail.
This elegant master bedroom mixes modern design and soft gray tones to provide a cozy feel. The dark painted ceiling and hardwood flooring ground the space, while the light gray walls create visual length and room for a small desk and chair, and even bike storage.
Los Angeles mixed-media artist Sergio Garcia has worked in graffiti, street art and custom paint jobs for motorcycles and cars. He also crafts his quirky miniature bikes and tricycles complete with subtle, surreal details.
This Decatur porch was just a thoroughfare for bikes and toys and suffered from a lack of style. Designer Gina Sims stepped in to rein in the chaos and also transform this porch into a beautiful but still livable space where the family would want to spend time together.
Designer Daleet Spector used a tufted gray sofa and long, rectangular wood dining table to create an element of division between the two rooms in this spacious loft home. Fun design features like a bike secured to a wall, colorful furniture and velour navy blue drapes give the two spaces creative flair.
Offering versatile storage using a system of sturdy, all-steel organization products, the Gridwall wall storage system allows you to organize and store items like small hand tools, bikes and surf boards. Accessories include baskets, shelves and specialty hooks that securely attach to the steel wall grid.
The Rise of the Phoenix (serves three) is one of the savvy sips offered by Golden Eagle bar manager Jeff Stockton in a cocktail program that is as imaginative as it is delicious. The restaurant's location (with a new outdoor patio) on Atlanta's pedestrian and bike-centric BeltLine means you can walk off all of those boozy calories.
Across from her bicycle, sits another vignette featuring one of Nana Yaa’s favorite decorating accessories: books. While the vase of flowers do a lovely job of echoing the color of the bike, the real star of this area is clearly the walls themselves. The architectural details stretch from floor to ceiling, bringing a sense of character to the entire home.
In addition to Panacea’s easy access to beach activities, there’s no shortage of outdoor activities inland, too. Between the Apalachicola National Forest, the largest U.S. National Forest in Florida, and St. Marks Wildlife Refuge, adventurers can take advantage of activities like walking, biking, swimming, fishing, bird-watching, camping, hunting, horseback riding, boating and more.
On a trip to Liberia in 2011, MiiR’s founder noticed a lack of practical and affordable transportation in the country. In response, the company created a bicycle line to help give bikes to those in need, and has since provided bicycle access to more than 3,000 people around the world. There are several styles for adults, plus one for growing tykes that features an adjustable stem and seatpost.
Garden designer Holley Jaakkola's gorgeous home in Savannah's coastal Isle of Hope community 15 minutes from downtown can often suggest a film set. This beautifully manicured, idyllic, old-fashioned 1850 home sits on a quiet country road where children in bathing suits ride bikes and the pace is calm and removed from the fracas of modern life. The home is separated from the water by that narrow road and the entire Isle of Hope community has a sleepy, lost-in-time attitude.