Multi-use Path in Peachtree Creek Greenway Opens for Active and Dynamic Residents

Walking, Running, and Biking Path Officially Opens After Years of Planning and Construction

Brookhaven officials cut the ribbon Thursday for the grand opening of the first mile of the multi-use footpath that stretches between trees along the North Fork Peachtree Creek. Supporters of this initiative hope that it will eventually extend to 12 miles along I-85 to the Atlanta Beltline.

The event was attended by 200 residents and officials. Brookhaven Mayor John Ernst said that people in the neighborhood have called it a miracle mile: "People thought it would be a miracle to get this thing done."

With this new multi-use path, residents can live a healthier and more active lifestyle. Betsy Eggers, the founder of the Peachtree Creek Greenway non-profit, said, "People who live, work, or want to play along the I-85 corridor can now get on a bike (or) go for a walk to get where they need to go."

With this new biking and running path, residents can get in shape and spend more time outdoors with their families and friends. Riding bicycles and jogging can expose people to a wide variety of risks and injuries. Having some hygiene products and a small first aid kit that hooks on one's bike helps in making any outdoor moment worry- and stress-free. As functionality and convenience are significant factors during outdoor trips, the pack should be lightweight without sacrificing its content and quality.

Surviveware, a leading adventure preparedness brand, offers an ideal first aid kit that fits the unique needs of cyclists and joggers: the Surviveware Small First Aid Kit.

This kit is a portable and lightweight pack that contains 100 provisions catered to the requirements of bikers and outdoorsmen, with enough supplies to last for weeks of travel. It possesses a variety of items for treating lacerations, punctures, sprains, strains, bruises, and contusions. The bag also holds splinter probes, tweezers, shears, a CPR kit, and sting relief wipes.

Apart from being loaded with life-saving provisions, the kit, which is available on Amazon Prime, is a sought-after first aid pack due to its portability. It can be carried using the MOLLE-compatible straps, which can be conveniently attached to one's bicycle or daypack, to maximize one's bag space without sacrificing safety. If one's travel or biking gear is not MOLLE-supported, Surviveware's travel first aid pack can be attached to a carabiner and hooked on.

The Surviveware Smal First Aid Kit has organized and labeled compartments, arranged by content and use. This feature aids users when items are needed quickly in an emergency, when one may panic and need a guide as to where to locate the required supplies within the kit. The labeled compartments also help first responders and other users who have never before used or seen the kit.

An Amazon customer and avid cyclist chose Surviveware's first aid kit to strap onto his bicycle:

"I do a lot of mountain biking, and I know one day I, or someone I come across on the trail, maybe having a bad day. I took basic first aid training and then bought this kit. It seems to have everything I need, including a free flashlight. It does not include a tourniquet, so I bought that separately. It has everything I need to stabilize and wait for help.

They seem like a good company too. That's important to me. Personal customer service is real. We need more of that."

Make any bicycle ride stress-free by purchasing a Surviveware Small First Aid Kit. Provide maximum protection for yourself and your loved ones while enjoying spending time outdoors.

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