As Nashville grapples with solutions to traffic woes and a growing influx of residents, the new company Bike Fun stands at the ready to show all Nashvillians how to safely get around on two wheels.
Bike Fun is owned and operated by East Nashville resident KJ Garner, who has lived in Nashville for 11 years. She is a licensed cycling instructor (LCI) through the League of American Bicyclists and is also on the board of directors for Walk Bike Nashville, a pedestrian and cycling advocacy group.
“Whether you want to learn how to enjoy the settings of Nashville’s miles and miles of greenways, or to plan commutes to work or school, Bike Fun can get you started on your journey,” says Garner.
The Bike Fun website, www.nashvillebikefun.com, contains regular dispatches on bike riding, including tips on navigation, riding in Nashville, and bike culture and gear.
Services offered include one-on-one instruction; small group rides and adventures; and educational talks to community and social groups. Sliding scale fees are available for those who qualify. All instruction includes the Smart Cycling curriculum of the League of American Bicyclists. Educational sessions for non-bike riders are also available.
Bike Fun is intended to get Nashvillians out of their cars and onto two wheels; to meet people where they are; and to grow their confidence and their knowledge. Come ride with us!