It looks like the rain will clear out for us to ride on Saturday, but not sure about Sunday.  We’ll ride if possible.  Here’s the schedule: Saturday, Feb. 16 – 9:00 A.M. – Durk’s Balderdash Blast! – Hillsboro Elementary School in Leipers Fork, 5412 Pinewood Rd. – For Saturday, we expect conditions to be a › Read more
It was a tough weekend for cyclists!  But we have some dedicated riders!  Durk reports that on Saturday it was 25 degrees with a wind chill of 15 at ride time.  Nevertheless, 25 to 30 people showed up for the ride!  Amazing!  And the shorter route was perfect for the conditions.  For Sunday it was › Read more
In recent years, the Harpeth Club, like most others, has experienced declining attendance and difficulties in hosting the big annual organized pay ride.  Everyone wants to ride the course and enjoy the rest stops and festivities, but few are enthusiastic about staffing them!  Your HBC Board is thinking and working hard to revamp our Harpeth › Read more
We have not received any nominations for HBC officers besides those put forward by the Board, as follows: President – Graf Hilgenhurst Vice-President – R.J. Locurto Secretary – Dan Jensen Treasurer – Steve Saxton Membership Chair – Tiffany Hetrick Ride Chair – Larry Lewis Social Chair – Jordy Wetzel Adaptive Athlete Chair – Patty Willman › Read more
The Harpeth Bicycle Club is an official organization recognized by the Tennessee Secretary of State.  The Club has a Charter and Bylaws.  But they were written in the 90’s and are woefully out of date.  Since they originated in the era before communication by electronic means became so common, they contemplate a Club phone line, › Read more
From our President, Graf Hilgenhurst: To All HBC members:  Results of the survey are in, and there is strong support for continuing the Harpeth River Ride in 2019.  To make this happen, we will need volunteers at all levels.  In particular, we need a strong committee to oversee the following areas: ride routes, rest stops, › Read more
At today’s Pancake Ride, we recognized Bruce Green, who recently completed an amazing bike ride across the country!  And Bruce did it the hard way — diagonally from Los Angeles to Boston, for a total of 3,400 miles.  Here is Bruce’s description of the ride: The trip was 48 days, including 5 rest days, averaging › 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 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
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It looks like the rain will clear out for us to ride on Saturday, but not sure about Sunday.  We’ll ride if possible.  Here’s the schedule: Saturday, Feb. 16 – 9:00 A.M. – Durk’s Balderdash Blast! – Hillsboro Elementary School in Leipers Fork, 5412 Pinewood Rd. – For Saturday, we expect conditions to be a
It was a tough weekend for cyclists!  But we have some dedicated riders!  Durk reports that on Saturday it was 25 degrees with a wind chill of 15 at ride time.  Nevertheless, 25 to 30 people showed up for the ride!  Amazing!  And the shorter route was perfect for the conditions.  For Sunday it was
In recent years, the Harpeth Club, like most others, has experienced declining attendance and difficulties in hosting the big annual organized pay ride.  Everyone wants to ride the course and enjoy the rest stops and festivities, but few are enthusiastic about staffing them!  Your HBC Board is thinking and working hard to revamp our Harpeth
We have not received any nominations for HBC officers besides those put forward by the Board, as follows: President – Graf Hilgenhurst Vice-President – R.J. Locurto Secretary – Dan Jensen Treasurer – Steve Saxton Membership Chair – Tiffany Hetrick Ride Chair – Larry Lewis Social Chair – Jordy Wetzel Adaptive Athlete Chair – Patty Willman
The Harpeth Bicycle Club is an official organization recognized by the Tennessee Secretary of State.  The Club has a Charter and Bylaws.  But they were written in the 90’s and are woefully out of date.  Since they originated in the era before communication by electronic means became so common, they contemplate a Club phone line,
From our President, Graf Hilgenhurst: To All HBC members:  Results of the survey are in, and there is strong support for continuing the Harpeth River Ride in 2019.  To make this happen, we will need volunteers at all levels.  In particular, we need a strong committee to oversee the following areas: ride routes, rest stops,

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