Athens to Atlanta
The World's Longest Running Point-to-Point Skate Event
38 Miles • 49 Miles • 87 Miles
Athens to Atlanta Road Skate
Sunday, October 02, 2022
Athens to Atlanta • 87 Miles
Athens to Dacula • 38 Miles
Dacula to Atlanta • 49 Miles
LORDY LORDY! A2A is 40 Years Old in 2022! Please join us for our special 40th Anniversary Event!
Friday, September 30: Baggage Truck will be parked at Skate Escape (12th and Piedmont Road) from 6 PM until 9 PM.
Friday Night Skate: Meet at Skate Escape (12th and Piedmont Road) at 6:30 p.m. for a recreational skate. Helmets and wrist protection required. Return to Skate Escape at 9 p.m.
Friday Night Bus to Athens: Leaves Skate Escape (12th and Piedmont Road) after the Friday Night Skate. Reservations are required. Cost: $30.00
Saturday, October 1 - 10K: NEW 10K loop, just a few miles away from downtown Athens, GA. Pre-register for $20, or sign up for $25 day-of. Skaters registered for a 38, 49, or 87 mile Sunday skate may enter the 10K for a flat $10 (add-on available in the Merchandise section during checkout). 10K starts at 10 a.m. - see a2a.net for more details.
Saturday, October 1: Packet Pick Up for events starting in Athens/Dacula and Late Registration. At the Classic Center in Athens (corner of Thomas and Washington Streets on the East end of town, in the Cypress Room) from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. This is your last day to register; no event day registration is available.
Mandatory Skaters & Drivers meeting for events starting in Athens/Dacula: Meet at the Classic Center at 6 p.m. Last minute route changes may be announced.
Sunday, October 2: The 87 and 38 mile skates start at 7:00 a.m. SHARP at the Classic Center (N. Thomas and E. Hancock). Do NOT arrive at 7:01 – we are already gone! The 49 mile skaters will board a bus to their start line in Dacula which where they will start at 9:30 a.m.
All distances (87, 49, 38-mile, and 10K) are on-road courses with vehicular traffic. Participants are expected to follow cycling laws for safety measures. Course is challenging and requires experienced skating ability, courage, and stamina. All skaters are required to wear a U.S. CPSC approved helmet and wrist protection.
Open to Quad Skaters?
YES! Athens to Atlanta started in 1982 as an all-quad event. It is recommended that quad skates are set up for road skating with a rear brake for downhills and softer road wheels.
LATE REGISTRATION is available Saturday, Oct. 1st at The Athens Classic Center from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. (10K registration open on-site from 8:30-9:30 a.m. on 10/1/2022.) No Event Day Registration Available for 38/49/87 distances.
Let the training begin and check back soon for more details!Register Printable Entry Form