We have learned of road repair underway on Old Hwy. 96 near Backbone Ridge. So the previously-announced course for Saturday will be modified to avoid that section of road. RJ will suggest appropriate alternatives at the start of the ride – 8:00 A.M. Saturday at Hillsboro School. It promises to be another great weekend forRead more
What incredible August weather we are having! Saturday’s HOT 100 was merely mild for a change, and the Murfreesboro Club provided a different and varied route, along with plenty of well-supplied rest stops. Thanks to all those who turned out to support our neighboring club! Thanks also to Mark Newland for leading Sunday’s Pancake ride.Read more
We all know that middle Tennessee has some great roads for cycling, but it’s only in the past few years that our local governments here have begun adding infrastructure to better support cyclists. This support has come in the form of more bike lanes (and better placement and connectivity for those lanes), more places to parkRead more
Harpeth Bike Club member Steve Phillips passed away this week, following a lengthy battle with cancer. A veteran of many grand randonnees — including the Gold Rush and Paris-Brest-Paris 1200Ks — Steve was the Regional Brevet Administrator for Alabama. He frequently came up from his home outside of Birmingham to ride brevets with us inRead more
Whenever somebody asks me what the mission of the Harpeth Bike Club, that’s what I say: We promote safe, fun, and friendly cycling in Middle Tennessee. And as we begin the 2015 prime riding season, I’d like to address just what that means. You’ll notice that we begin with “safe.” That’s obvious. We’re all responsibleRead more
If you’ve ridden much with the Harpeth Bike Club or FOGBEES, or have bought a bike recently from Gran Fondo or Biker’s Choice, you may have gotten to spend some time with Bryan Kortness. Bryan passed away Easter Sunday. Reportedly riding with friends, Bryan suffered either a heart attack or stroke. He is survived byRead more
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- Participation in all scheduled rides, with ride leaders who map out special routes and ride “sweepers” for anyone who might need help along the way.
- Participation in all social activities planned by the club.
- Informative list services to keep you up to date on rides, activities, and cycling topics of interest.
- Training clinics during the year.
- Volunteer opportunities.
- Ability to purchase exclusive Harpeth Bike Club cycling apparel.