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This is an unofficial group ride conducted by a cordial group of cyclists every Tuesday and Thursday morning. The group usually rides 50-60 miles at a minimum pace of 14 mph.  The route varies, based on weather conditions and what else is planned, and there are frequent regroups and at least one store stop. Many get together afterwards for beer and pizza.

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Date:
April 25, 2017
Time:
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Sunday, Dec. 16 – 9:00 A.M. – Pancake Polar Bear 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.  During the off-season we don’t designate a formal sweeper, but we’ll ride in groups and watch
The Tuesday-Thursday Group has now added a relaxed-pace Wednesday ride to their schedule!  This is a group of HBC riders who have cycling adventures every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday morning!  While the rides are a bit less formal than other club rides, they are just as fun and often include a social element afterwards!  The
Each Tuesday – 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. – The Track at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway – During the cool-weather months the club sponsors a ride each Tuesday at the Fairgrounds Speedway, weather permitting.  The Track is open to HBC members and one-time visitors.  In contrast to our other Club rides, we are compelled to limit the
The Tuesday-Thursday Group has now added a relaxed-pace Wednesday ride to their schedule!  This is a group of HBC riders who have cycling adventures every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday morning!  While the rides are a bit less formal than other club rides, they are just as fun and often include a social element afterwards!  The
The Tuesday-Thursday Group has now added a relaxed-pace Wednesday ride to their schedule!  This is a group of HBC riders who have cycling adventures every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday morning!  While the rides are a bit less formal than other club rides, they are just as fun and often include a social element afterwards!  The
During the off-season from November through March, the club sponsors a ride each Saturday morning at 9:00 A.M. from Hillsboro Elementary School in Leipers Fork.  Fearless Leader Durk Peterson designs and sweeps these “Polar Bear Rides.”  The routes go south and west into varied and scenic riding territory.  The course is usually around 50 miles,

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