Photos from Harpeth River Ride!

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:
Riders may download their photos for free if they have or set up a Shutterfly account.



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Today’s ride is a GO!  Durk says it’s well worth a try! Saturday, Dec. 15 – 9:00 A.M. – Jenkins-Turkey Creek-Mingo Meander! – Hillsboro Elementary School in Leipers Fork, 5412 Pinewood Rd. – This Saturday Durk will again take us down to familiar terrain in Maury County on a route similar to the one that
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