Atlanta, Ga.

On the last Sunday of every month, a group of cyclists gathers at Loose Nuts bike shop in the Grant Park area of Atlanta. For 22 months these riders headed by Atlanta attorney Damon Elmore of Nowell Sparks are not riding the tree-lined streets of Atlanta for the sights, they gather for a more important reason, an initiative called Cycling for Good. The brainchild of Elmore, the initiative was created out of realizing that there was a need to help Atlanta’s less fortunate residents, our homeless population.

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