One of the statements I hear the most is, “I’m not a cyclist, but…” I will generally ask them if they ride a bike, and if the answer is yes, I’ll say, “Congratulations! You’re a cyclist! You’re a bike rider!” They’ll scrunch their face up
Bicycling Basics, a Nashville Community Education class taught by KJ Garner of Bike Fun, will begin on Tuesday, July 10th and will be held at Inglewood Elementary School in Inglewood/East Nashville. The course will focus on the following: Identify most parts of a bike Know
It’s true that there are lots of resources in Nashville to learn how to ride, to learn about Tennessee and Nashville bike law, and I completely encourage riders (and non-riders alike!) to take advantage of them. Bike Fun is the only service in Nashville that
Humans have been coexisting with companion animals for centuries. They provide us with joy, they provide us with humor, and they provide us with stability. Not every animal is suited to run – or fly – alongside a bicycle, so what do you do then?
In October of 2017 I took a trip down to Anniston, Alabama, to ride on the Chief Ladiga Trail with my dog, Frankie. This would be our first long expedition (52 miles round trip), and my first time doing solo camping. Put it this way: