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Women/FTW-only Learn to Ride with Walk Bike Nashville. July 2021.

See the world from your saddle.

Coming up: Power your bike with pizza; morning rides begin; Strong Riding for All Riders resumes on Saturdays

Check your chain for dryness & signs of wear. If your chain isn't properly lubricated, it won't shift smoothly & will eventually rust out. Chain life can vary based on the quality of the chain & the shifting habits of the rider - typically, you'll want to check chain stretch at least a couple times a year. Replacing a chain is MUCH CHEAPER than replacing all your other drivetrain parts (chainrings, cassette/freewheel), too!

Rolling into cooler weather with rides, classes, & clinics for all levels of riders. Have an idea for a class or ride? Contact us!
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Join pizza lovers & fellow bike riders for a 15ish mile jaunt from Centennial Park to Shelby Bottoms & back. 

On Saturday, October 2nd, we launch our journey at the James Robertson statue in Centennial Park. Meet at 10:30a, roll out at 10:45a; we'll stop & eat at a green space in Midtown & then roll back to Centennial Park.

The Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival is also taking place at Centennial, so you can enjoy a variety of outdoor fun. Bike Fun will provide the pizzas; please bring a beverage or snack if you need it before we eat! See event details at the Bike Fun website. (Weather note: looks overcast with potential for drizzle later in the day.) 
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Each session of Strong Riding for All Riders features a different deep dive topic designed to help you become a more confident rider. Topics include gears, braking, tires/fix-a-flat, and body positioning. 

Saturday, October 16th. This session will focus on gears & hill climbing.
Saturday, October 23rd. This session will focus on braking & brake systems.
Saturday, October 30th. This session will focus on tires (+ fix-a-flat)
Saturday, November 6th. This session will focus on body positioning.

We will meet at the parking lot of Two Rivers Skatepark by 8:30am for a start of 8:40am.  Open to riders of all levels. Sessions will run for an hour, & are weather dependent.
Designed for ages 18+; 16+ welcome with parent/guardian present. No fixed charge for the sessions, though a donation to Bike Fun is welcome.

New ride! Ride & Shine

Friday, October 15th & Friday, October 29th. Join Bike Fun for a casual morning ride. 10-15 miles, with the possibility for breakfast afterwards. 7:45am meet, 8:00am depart. See the Bike Fun calendar for meetup locations (coming soon). 

One-on-one & small group lessons

One-one-one & small group lessons continue! Fridays & Saturdays with primarily all-day availability, depending on other scheduled events. Lessons take place in various locations from southern Sumner County to northern Williamson County, with multiple locations in the Davidson County area. Lessons can include anything from learn to ride, to becoming a better rider, to learning how to maintain your bicycle.
See all upcoming Bike Fun events
New at press time: Potential Adult Learn-to-Ride clinic on Sunday, October 24th.  More specifics to come on the events page.

KJ will be attempting to ride 100 miles at Cornelia Fort Airpark on Saturday, October 9th. This is NOT an official Bike Fun event, but friends of Bike Fun are welcome to come join her. Ride will kick off at 7am & continue until completed (or 6:30pm, whichever comes first). 
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KJ Garner at Peeler Park, 2020
"Bike Fun strives to make bicycle riding in Nashville - and beyond! - accessible and enjoyable no matter your age, background, or experience level. Thank you for your support."  - KJ Garner

Bike Fun is a 501(c)(3) non-profit registered in Tennessee.
Our EIN is 85-0665799.
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