Sometimes, riding your bike is about putting in long miles and pushing yourself to the limit and sometimes it’s about getting out in the mud, riding slow, and having fun. That’s what the last two rainy days of riding were about: good, unclean fun. As a newcomer to Nashville, every road and bike path is a unique experience. I am from south-central Indiana and there was plenty of good riding there, but to access it I had to escape the confines of the city. I’m amazed at how available good riding is within the Nashville city limits. A couple of turns away from any major road there seems to be a park with a cool pathway or
No cost to enter but bring your wallets. This is a food drive ride with grocery store check points around town all to benifit Second Harvest MidTN.
Tennessee Brew Works donated a keg for the cause!
Rad poster by Kevin B. Reilly