Your April Foot Notes

Nashville's largest urban bike ride is back! As a thank you for reading, use discount code "FOOTNOTES" for $10 off your TDN registration, now through April 30.  

Three Things to Know - Tour de Nash Edition!

1. The TDN 5K is back! For our 20th anniversary, we are bringing back a walk/run 5K along with the 9, 25, and 45 mile bike routes and a 1-mile kids tour. All routes are now on the TDN website. Get your tickets today!

2. There'll be an Open Street too. This year, the Tour De Nash start and finish line will be an Open Street on 51st Ave! Check out this Open Streets Activity and Parklet Sign Up Form to add your own activity or parklet to the festivities.


3. TDN jerseys are on sale now. Get your commemorative 20th anniversary jersey today! You can find both the Velocity and MTB jerseys on our Hincapie Team Store.

Three Things to Do

1. Did we mention? Get your tickets to Tour de Nash! This is our biggest fundraiser of the year and a special 20th anniversary edition packed with elements old and new. You won't want to miss it and we don't want to miss you!

2. Participate in Bike to School Day next Wednesday. It's time to ditch the car and embrace the eco-friendly, healthy, and fun alternative of biking to school. Wednesday May 1, schools across the city are participating and we hope you will too. 

3. Subscribe to our community calendar to stay up-to-date on all events in the walk bike world, including this week's Ticket to Ride and South Inglewood Bicycle Festival. To subscribe, visit our homepage and scroll down to the calendar. You can even submit your own event! 

In Case you Missed It!

  • Mayor O'Connell announced the details of his transportation improvement program: Choose How You Move focused on sidewalks, service, safety, and signals. Want to see what's coming to your area? Check out the new interactive map. The program will add an additional 86 miles of sidewalks and 35 miles of new or upgraded biking facilities. Pending Metro Council approval, the program will be voted on by Nashvillians in November. 
  • We had a successful membership meeting at Bringle's previewing Tour de Nash, talking transit, and sharing stories on traffic calming/slow streets. WBN member Ben presented on his successes getting traffic calming along his bike commute. Mark your calendars for our next member meeting June 10 at Hadley Park. 

Support Walk Bike Today!

See you out there!

Ashleigh, Meredith, Wesley, David, Juleesia, Meshach, Aaron, and Calah

1 S 7th St, Nashville, TN 37206, United States