FBC #47 rolls on WEDNESDAY May 10th. Come over to Drifter’s and sit with us on the patio (weather depending) and enjoy the evening before we roll off to explore parts unknown (to you, anyhow). Need a bike, B-Cycle is nearby. Enjoy some grub or a beer and take off with the FBC.
Turned into a social hour because of the cold rain. I SUCK. But we had about 8 people come out – 2 of whom were hardcore and rode to Drifter’s… Read more »
The 28th rolling of the FBC is upon us. AND IT’S HALLOWEEN TIME so get some kind of costume out I don’t care if you dress like an accountant or if you ARE an accountant just come with something that you don’t normally wear. Creativity is appreciated and definitely approved!!
PLEASE NOTE this ride cancelled due to weather 🙁
It’s the Full Thunder Moon – come roar with us as we crash through the streets of Nashville in search of adventure.
Since this is the Full Flower Moon, bring all your spring blossoms and hand them out to people we pass. Adorn your arms with the reminder that Persephone has been released from her winter prison (at least in this hemisphere).
11 lucky cyclists departed from Drifter’s in East Nashville for a beautiful night ride over to Midtown. The original destination plan had to be nixed because someone (AHEM AHEM!) forgot… Read more »
We’re back on the east side after a hiatus due to a horrible March. Ugh. Who wants to get on their bike and ride?! Saturday night ride – good weather – we’ll probably cruise 10 miles or so. Bring lights, pink gear, cash and ID for a bar stop. SPRANG SPRING SPRUNG
March was an absolutely shitty month weather-wise and so we skipped that ride. First time an FBC in Nashville was cancelled entirely due to weather (and not pushed back to… Read more »
We rode. Three riders made a VERY chilly excursion to someplace – hell, it’s nearly a year later and I can’t find evidence of where we went. I do know… Read more »
Time again for another rolling of the FBC. Sure, you might be all burned out on holiday cheer as well as the turning of the calendar, but come and regale your fellow Nashville riders with tales of Hanukkah miracles, Christmas satisfaction, and New Year’s Eve kisses. (Or lack thereof.)