Saturday looks really nice, so Durk should be able to take us down to Bass Alderson and Turkey Creek!  Sunday looks iffy, but the rain may hold off long enough for Dan to lead us on the Pancake Ride.  Here’s the weekend schedule: Saturday, Apr. 21 – 9:00 A.M. – Hillsboro Elementary School in Leipers › Read more
Spring is having trouble getting here this year!  Saturday was a washout, and Sunday was more like a January day than an April one!  A wise call to delay the Pancake Ride an hour let the roads dry out.  We had about 20 riders, and Michael DeRoche led a congenial group and made sure everyone › Read more
At its recent meeting the HBC Board addressed the proper use of the mailing lists maintained by our club.  It appears that many members are not aware of the functions of the different lists.  In an effort to clarify, here goes: All current HBC members should receive Official Club Announcements, which can be sent only by Board › Read more
The Harpeth River Ride this year has a new format and starting location at Prohealth Franklin.  There are route options of 8, 27, 62, and 100 miles.  Cost of registration is $45.  Here’s a link for registration and all the details: Harpeth River Ride/Tour de Franklin 2018 › Read more
The present officers are all willing to serve another term, and there have been no additional nominations for those posts.  The position of Social Chair has been vacant, and Jordy Wetzel has agreed to accept that position.  So these are the HBC officers for 2018: President – Stan Davey Vice-President – Graf Hilgenhurst Secretary – › Read more
Besides being awesome cyclists, skilled physicians, and consummate gentlemen, Drs. Michael DeRoche and Pablo Saavedra served as our official photographers at the Harpeth River Ride! Here is a link to the pictures: The link is: https://harpethriverride.shutterfly.com/ Riders may download their photos for free if they have or set up a Shutterfly account. › Read more
There are only seven steps in the process of renewing your Harpeth Bike Club membership on the new site, so it should only take about five minutes. Before we begin, however … IMPORTANT: If you were a member before and had a user ID and password on the old site, that user ID and password › Read more
A prime goal of the Harpeth Bike Club is to promote safety on the road.  Dr. Michael has examined the topic and provides these very useful tips: There have been a few people injured in cycling accidents recently. Some of us recently had a discussion of what to do if there is a wheel overlap › Read 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 responsible › Read more

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Saturday looks really nice, so Durk should be able to take us down to Bass Alderson and Turkey Creek!  Sunday looks iffy, but the rain may hold off long enough for Dan to lead us on the Pancake Ride.  Here’s the weekend schedule: Saturday, Apr. 21 – 9:00 A.M. – Hillsboro Elementary School in Leipers
Spring is having trouble getting here this year!  Saturday was a washout, and Sunday was more like a January day than an April one!  A wise call to delay the Pancake Ride an hour let the roads dry out.  We had about 20 riders, and Michael DeRoche led a congenial group and made sure everyone
At its recent meeting the HBC Board addressed the proper use of the mailing lists maintained by our club.  It appears that many members are not aware of the functions of the different lists.  In an effort to clarify, here goes: All current HBC members should receive Official Club Announcements, which can be sent only by Board
The Harpeth River Ride this year has a new format and starting location at Prohealth Franklin.  There are route options of 8, 27, 62, and 100 miles.  Cost of registration is $45.  Here’s a link for registration and all the details: Harpeth River Ride/Tour de Franklin 2018
The present officers are all willing to serve another term, and there have been no additional nominations for those posts.  The position of Social Chair has been vacant, and Jordy Wetzel has agreed to accept that position.  So these are the HBC officers for 2018: President – Stan Davey Vice-President – Graf Hilgenhurst Secretary –
Besides being awesome cyclists, skilled physicians, and consummate gentlemen, Drs. Michael DeRoche and Pablo Saavedra served as our official photographers at the Harpeth River Ride! Here is a link to the pictures: The link is: https://harpethriverride.shutterfly.com/ Riders may download their photos for free if they have or set up a Shutterfly account.

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The Harpeth Bike Club promotes safe, friendly and fun cycling in Middle Tennessee.