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Saturday, May 13, 2017 1:00 PM
Join Team Green Adventures on this intermediate overnight bicycling trip from downtown to Bells Bend Park with a special brunch stop at the Old School Nashville!
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Join Team Green Adventures for this supported bike ride from downtown Nashville to the picturesque Bells Bend Park. Have you ever wanted to get into long distance biking but don't own all the gear or knowledge?  Well we are here to pique your interest and give you an intro to touring with this supported overnight ride!  We will begin the ride at Lightning 100 (in Marathon Village) where we will load up all of our overnight gear into the support van! From there we will head toward the Cumberland Greenway and take it to Clarksville Pike on to Old Hickory all the way to the Bells Bend Campground where the van will meet us with our camping gear!  Once in camp you can bike around the countryside or enjoy the hiking trails at Bells Bend!  Then on Sunday we will pack up and head to the Old School Nashville for an optional group brunch and head back to our starting location (it is 17 miles both ways)!

When: May 13th - 14th, at 1 pm
Where: Lightning 100 (Marathon Village) to Bells Bend
Cost:  $5 for Members, $10 for Non-Members. Registration required.

Trip Leader: Lee Fowler & Zach Gilliam

Difficulty: This is an 34-mile round trip bike ride (expect some ups and downs with rolling hills) 
Registration Deadline: Thursday, May 11th at 3pm
Group Limit: Limited to 15 participants


Children Policy: This trip is limited to participants 18 years and up who can handle the mileage and terrain
Dog Policy: Sociable dogs that are good around both people and other dogs are welcome. Dogs must have overnight camping experience.
Weather Policy: This trip is drizzle or shine. In the event of severe weather, this trip may be posponed or cancelled.
Cancellation Policy: No refunds are available for this trip. If you register and need to cancel, please email TeamGreen@Lightning100.com.


What to Bring: Participants must provide their own biking gear, camping gear, and food. A road cycling checklist can be found on the Team Green Resources page, or by clicking HERE. Dress appropriately for the weather conditions. Check out the route here!

Team Green practices Leave No Trace guidelines. Follow this link to see what you can do to keep our trails clean and safe. Please check out the Backpacking Checklist available on the Resources Page.


Registration is now open! Please sign up below. Feel free to email TeamGreen@Lightning100.com with questions about this trip.