Bike Fun Bike Lab rolls into 8th & Roast on Charlotte from 11a-1p on Saturday, May 7th. What can you expect at a Bike Lab? Learning about (chain)links, demystifying derailleurs, inflation impressions, and more! We’ll have a workstand, handouts, and lots of information to share.
Starting July 11th, 2020, Bike Fun is up and running again in order to bring the joy of bicycle riding to people in Middle Tennessee. One-on-one lessons will be conducted at a mutually convenient location; classes and small group rides will take place at appropriate
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