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Details • What we'll do We’ll start at the Nature Center. This is approximately a 15-mile ride through a section of the Edwin Warner Park paved road continuing on the Harpeth River Greenway and back. A portion of the greenway follows the Harpeth River. There will be some hills and flat pavement. A few hills in the park will be a bit challenging. This isn’t a race, so no one will be left behind. The pace is intended to allow enjoyment of the surroundings while covering the distance. • What we’ll see Flowers, trees, critters including other peeps, woods, fields, picnic areas, a golf course, a school, some neighborhoods, a river and creeks, commemorative park benches / signs, trail access points. If riders want and time permitting, there will be a stop at a tributary to the river. We will get off the pavement and walk to the graveled bank and up to or in the water. • What we won’t encounter Commuter traffic, stop lights, intersections, etc. • What to bring Helmets are required. Water, snacks, lights, mirror, horn, gloves and an extra tube are strongly recommended. The nature center has restrooms and water fountains. These amenities are also at other spots on the ride. Check the weather - rider discretion is advised!
Tired of risking your life on Demonbreun? Join us to demand safer infrastructure. We'll meet at 5 pm next Wednesday, July 17th at Demonbreun and 14th for a demonstration and data collection blitz to highlight the dangers of this route and call for change. Bring signs, sidewalk chalk, and any other creative means you would like to make an impression. Bring your phone to document and report bike lane blockages and dangerous infrastructure. Or just come hang out on your way home from work! We're hoping to get as many people out as possible, so spread the word!
• What we'll do This is an easy in town cruise of 10-15 miles. We don't leave anyone behind. Check the weather - rider discretion is advised! • What to bring Helmets are required. Water, snacks, lights, and an extra tube are strongly recommended.
A bike ride organized by five council members from the Symphony Plaza downtown to Percy Priest Dam. Councilmen Freddie O'Connell, Brett Withers, Anthony Davis, Jeff Syracuse and Kevin Rhoten are sponsors. The greenway lies in each of their districts. More details to come if we ever get organized (not likely). If you're interested put it on your calendar. There might be a party at the dam. Facebook Info Here: https://www.facebook.com/events/2134161733377159/