December’s bike brunch took place at Tavern in midtown on December 11. I was a bit worse for the wear having been to an all-day beer festival the day before, but as always it was a good time.
The best we could do for a bike rack
chris & Kim
Trisha, Lauren and Matt
Kim, Susan and Sarah
If you’d like to join our rides, email me at LGRAB [at] letsgorideabike [dot] com. There will be no brunch in January—because we’ll be having a Rhinestone Cowboy Ride on the afternoon of January 14 instead. Stay tuned for details.
Our last Nashville bike brunch was on November 13. We decided to ride downtown and check out the new Fleet Street Pub. The day was sunny and warm, but the wind gusts (40+ mph!) kept the crowd small.
Kermit Allegra and I met Whitney on Belmont Boulevard. I had a while to wait, so I amused myself by taking a few photos. The wind was so strong I had to hold onto the bike at times to keep it from falling over!
Kermit Allegra coyly shows off her new basket
Still, we made it downtown, as this photo of Whitney can attest.
Whitney on Broadway
Tourists and traffic meant walking the bikes most of the way to Printer’s Alley.
Conversations on crafting, cycling and thrifting had me so absorbed that I forgot to take a picture of my beer or delicious meal until it looked like this.
If you live in Nashville and would like to join our bike brunches and themed rides, send me an email! December plans are still up in the air, but I’m planning my long-discussed Rhinestone Cowboy Ride for January 14.