In conjunction with Walk Bike Nashville, the Oasis Center, and Halcyon Bike Shop, Bike Fun is hosting a FREE bicycle maintenance skills workshop for women and women-identified folks! We welcome all women and women-identified folks to come and learn some bicycle maintenance skills.
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
During the Nashville Community Education educators showcase back in January, attendees were invited to drop their name in the hat for a series of raffle prizes – two of which were a one-hour Bike Fun session on a topic of their choosing. I met up with
Late in January, Bike Fun made a presentation at the Madison/Rivergate FiftyForward as part of their Post-Holiday Wellness Fair. The topic was bike riding at any age, with a smattering of bike and traffic law. I cued up a slide on Tennessee Bike Law and
You’re looking for a new bike. Your budget is minimal. What do you do? You could go to a Target or a Wal-Mart department store and pick up a brand new bike for $200 or less. But beware: the cost of that bike could exceed