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On the major summer holidays, the HBC always takes advantage of the light downtown traffic and sponsors a ride including a segment in Nashville.  These are some of our most popular rides, and in recent years have included amazing tours of Nashville murals, Music Row, the Capitol and historical locations, endangered sites, and many others.  They may also travel into rural areas that we seldom reach on club rides, such as Bells Bend and Marrowbone Lake.  The route will be determined by the ride leader, so stay tuned!

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Date:
July 4
Time:
8:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Thursday, May 24 – 6:00 P.M. – Hunters1 Bend Ride – Hunters Bend Elem. School, 2121 Fieldstone Pkwy., Franklin – The Thursday night ride has returned to its traditional location at Hunters Bend.  Jeff Sammons and Fredia Barry will lead the ride.  The Trace, McCrory, and Waddell Hollow routes are all available from this location.  This ride
Saturday, May 26 – 7:00 A.M. – Clarksville Rotary Annual Metric (The CRAM) – Rossview High School, 1237 Rossview Rd., Clarksville – It’s time for the annual spring ride on the flat country around Clarksville and up into Kentucky.  Most HBCers have done this ride many times, on which folks try to set their long-distance
Saturday, May 26 – 8:00 A.M. – Page High School, 6281 Arno Rd., Franklin 37064 – Don’s Downeast Delight! – For Saturday, Don Mason has planned a fun ride over on the east side.  There are two options, both very moderate, of 30 and 50 miles.  The Long route has two real hills – Gosey
Saturday, May 26 & Sunday, May 27 – Horsey Hundred – Georgetown, Kentucky – This is another classic ride that over the years has drawn many of our members for a memorable jaunt through the Kentucky Bluegrass.  Here’s a link for more information and registration: Horsey Hundred
Sunday, May 27 – 8:00 A.M. – Pancake Ride – Hunters Bend Elementary School, 2121 Fieldstone Pkwy., Franklin – The Club’s most classic event is the regular Sunday Pancake Ride from Fieldstone Farms over to Leipers Fork.  Paul Aebischer will lead this week’s ride and make sure everyone has safely returned.  Riders take the rolling
Memorial Day, Monday, May 28 – 8:00 A.M. – Volunteer Appreciation Ride – ProHealth Franklin, 1325 West Main St., Franklin 37064 – Each year before the Harpeth River Ride we try out the course so our volunteers will have an opportunity to ride the routes before the big day on June 2.  This year our

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