FBC #59 rolls on Sunday, April 29, to destinations unknown. Meet at 3 Crow in East Nashville’s Five Points (corner of Woodland and 11th) on the back patio around 6:30pm. We will roll about 7:30. Special destination ride for ART!
FBC #57 rolls on Thursday, March 1st. First FBC of March! We’re meeting at Noble’s Kitchen & Beer Hall and will roll from there at 7p.
FBC #53 rolls on FRIDAY November 3rd. Slight date change from the actual full moon. Casual, no drop ride. We’ll start at the Crying Wolf. Weather looks real iffy for this one, so stay alert to the Twitter account for more details.
FBC #50 rolls on MONDAY August 7th. Casual, no drop ride. We’re starting from the Red Door Saloon in East Nashville and will be rolling to enjoy the breeze on our faces.
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.
FBC #45 rolls on SUNDAY March 12th. Casual, no drop ride. We’ll be headed out from Local Taco over in East Nashville off to parts unknown, all the while enjoying the feel of wheels on pavement.
FBC #42 rolls on a Tuesday – it is the Full Cold Moon and boy oh boy are Santa, Krampus, and dreidel costumes encouraged. We’ll be starting from Duke’s in East Nashville, right behind Marche on Main Street.
For the FBC anniversary ride, which always falls in July on the Thunder Moon (or Blue Moon if there is one), we started at KJ’s house and did a nice… Read more »
This is the beginning of FBC’s fourth year. As such, we like to have a party. Bring a beverage, something to snack on or share. We’ll be going a little longer this time (about 15-20 miles) and then will wind up back at KJ’s house. If you don’t want to ride, come afterwards to hang and celebrate bike riding and bike riders in Nashville!
May 21 saw the FBC hardcore representing at the Tour de Nash which was AWESOME and everyone who has access to two wheels (or three if you’re a recumbent) should… Read more »