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Slow Bicycle Ride, Cross Our State,Kentucky to Alabama State Line -3 Days,162 Mi

Always wanted to cross our state by bicycle? Me too. (The short and easy way.) Here's our chance - Walk/Bike Tennessee, FOGBEES Bicycle Club, and other dedicated cyclists have put together an event to do just that, using the newly created USBR-23 official bike route. This is a free event.

Each participant makes their own arrangements, but the route and timetable, and the benefit of accompanying riders, along with a sag wagon, are all provided for you, so it should be a fun and (relatively) easy adventure.

Visit Walk/Bike Nashville or Fogbee's websites to get detailed info and to register for this event. They have done a fantastic amount of work and put together  a wonderful plan. It is setup so that each rider can ride as short a section as they wish, or up to 6 days out and back if they want. My plan is to simply start at the KY state line, ride to AL State line, and take a van ride back to Nashville.

When we get closer to the event we can plan out exactly how we want to arrange our tour, and plan out driving/ride sharing, etc. See you there!

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Well, tomorrow is the day. See you at the starting line!

    April 23, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    There are now 30 people registered for this ride.

    April 3, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I have a ride to the starting point on Thursday set up, as well as a van pickup scheduled for Saturday - looking for riders and gas money help - contact me if interested, thanks.

    March 18, 2014

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