Visiting Nashville and want to get out for a road ride, but not sure where to go? Join us for one of our single day tours.
If you've never done a fully supported tour, this is a great opportunity. Ride as much or as little of our route as you like, we are here to support your experience.
PRICE: $129 PER PERSON
single Day tours include:
Premium Road Bicycle Rental (w/ Helmet & Clipless Pedals)
Pick-up & drop-off from downtown hotels
Marked routes & cue sheets
Full mechanical & sag support
Snacks & hydration during & post ride
What you'll need to Provide:
Cycling fitness and the ability to ride 50 miles in around 3.5 hours
Arrive ready in cycling clothing (jersey & bibs/shorts)
Your bicycle size, fit coordinates, pedal system needs, and helmet size prior to your tour date. This enables us to have your bicycle set-up and ready to ride the day of the tour.
All tour pick-ups begin (from downtown Nashville) at 8:30am. Drop-offs conclude no later 2:30pm (6 hour trip duration).
Would you like to ride, but didn't bring any of your gear? Problem solved with our MUSIC CITY CYCLING KIT. The MUSIC CITY CYCLING KIT includes our custom Castelli CORE jersey and bib shorts for you to keep, as well as cycling shoe rental to go with your bicycle.
52 miles (43 mile option) 2800 feet elevation gain
Tour Description: This tour features some of my favorite country roads and scenery. The route starts in Brentwood and winds it’s way South. After summiting the 2km climb on Pull Tight Road and taking a quick breath to enjoy the view, riders will meander their way to Arrington Vineyards to regroup. From there, riders can either make the 10 mile return to our starting point or end their ride and join us in the van.
This is a relatively challenging loop. Experienced cyclists will likely complete the entire route less than 3.5 hours. More challenged riders might need to plan on ending their day at our Arrington regrouping to allow the tour to make the 2:30pm drop-off.
The Tour de Pull Tight is currently offered on Sunday.
56 miles (43 mile option) with 3000 feet elevation gain
Tour Description: Featuring almost 25 miles on the Natchez Trace Parkway, this tour is the shining example of what makes road riding in our area so special. Rolling hills, fantastic scenery, and no commercial vehicles are staples of the Natchez Trace. After spending the first half our ride on the Natchez Trace, the route winds its way to the “hidden gem” community of Leiper’s Fork. From there, riders can either get back on the Trace for the final 10 miles or call it a day and join us in the van.
This is a relatively challenging loop. Experienced cyclist will likely complete the entire route in 3.5 hours. More challenged riders might need to plan on ending their day in Leiper’s Fork to allow the tour to make the 2:30pm drop-off.
The Tour de Natchez Trace is currently offered on Monday, Friday, and select Saturdays.