Pop up event with Music City Dope Pedalers. 6p meet by BCycle station at Centennial Park near the dog park on 27th. 12ish miles, slow roll, a few stops along the way.
FBC #78 is the Full Beaver Moon and we’ll have a west side roll this time. Hang at Neighbors in Sylvan Park on Murphy Road before we casually cruise the neighborhood nearby. 6p hang, 7p roll. UPDATED DATE BECAUSE TOO GODDAMN COLD.
We are DOING A DIFFERENT THING for our Full Turkey Moon (Full Beaver Moon) this year – we are doing a LONGER daytime ride for those who can join us. Hang 1p, roll 1:27p, expect a 20ish mile ride plus truly Nashville places that may require cash for purchases. Just bring some cash, ok? Sense of adventure also required.
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 #41 rolls on a Monday. Our favourite Hillsboro Village haunt, Kay Bob’s Grill and Ale, will be our starting point. 6pm to hang, 7pm to roll. IT WILL BE DARK
FBC #29 rolls on Wednesday, November 25th from the ever-gracious Kay Bob’s near Hillsboro Village. This ride will have one stop along the way BUT IT WILL NOT BE AT A PLACE OF LIBATIONS so BYO if you are interested in that sort of thing.
Five riders (and one beer social non-rider) took to the booths at Kay Bob’s near Hillsboro Village to contemplate where to ride. We decided to go up to Love Circle,… Read more »
The Full Beaver Moon found five riders in some quite lovely cycling weather (50 degrees, a little humid, but dry!) going to Tennessee Brew Works (where one lucky rider, Dave… Read more »
We will roll on our 17th FBC from Kay Bob’s Grill & Ale near Hillsboro Village. 5:30p meet for grub or pre ride beverage; roll by 6:30p. This part of town gets some hills so expect a slow, fun ride. More details forthcoming!
The Full Beaver Moon ride had 6 riders, started at Drifter’s in East Nashville, and went from Fran’s on Porter and Greenwood to Rosepepper on Eastland and back.