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  • Free Rides to Celebrate First Tennessee Park (Friday, April 17)

    by Nashville B-cycle | Apr 07,2015
    Let's play ball!

    Opening day for the Nashville Sounds at their new downtown stadium, First Tennessee Park, is Friday, April 17.

    To celebrate First Tennessee has sponsored FREE rides to the ballpark! You can also ride free anywhere that day.

    Use promo code 0417 at any B-station on Friday, April 17.

    NOTE: limit rides to 60 minutes or less to avoid overage fees. An unlimited number of trips can be taken during your 24-hour access period.

  • Earth Day in Centennial Park (Saturday, April 18)

    by Nashville B-cycle | Mar 23,2015

    YouthStage13-300x225We'll be at Earth Day in Centennial Park. Join us!

    Nashville’s Earth Day Festival
    Centennial Park
    April 18, 2015
    11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    The most earth-friendly way to get to Centennial Park for the Nashville Earth Day Festival is via bike. Use Nashville B-cycle to get there. If the B-station in the park is full, check in your bike at our vendor table. Look for one of our bright red tents and our friendly staff.

    Also, annual memberships will be on sale for only $40 at the festival. Becoming an annual member is one of the greenest ways you can improve your personal transportation this year!

  • Mayor Celebrates B-cycle Expansion with Four New Stations

    by Nashville B-cycle | Mar 19,2015

    150318_photo_bcycle 1B-cycle National President, Nashville Downtown Partnership Join in Celebration
    Nashville Now Has 29 B-stations and 263 Bright Red Bikes

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Mayor Karl Dean, joined by Nashville Downtown Partnership and the national president of B-cycle, Bob Burns, celebrated the expansion of Nashville B-cycle today with a ribbon-cutting of a new B-station at the Shelby Bottoms Nature Center.
    “The Nashville B-cycle program is one of our greatest assets in building a biking culture in our city,” Mayor Dean said. “I am proud that we are adding more stations all across our city, especially in areas convenient for users looking to ride for recreation and exercise and those who make B-cycle part of their commute. I especially want to thank community partners who are sponsoring stations to make this innovative bike share initiative a successful public-private partnership.”
    150318_photo_bcycle 2Other new B-stations recently opened are located at Morgan Park; Belmont Boulevard, sponsored by Bongo Java; and the Hill Center Trailhead near the Richland Creek Greenway, sponsored by H.G. Hill Realty Co.
    Mayor Dean also announced that the next B-station to open will be located at First Tennessee Park in Sulphur Dell. It will open on April 17 to coincide with opening day for the Nashville Sounds at the new downtown ballpark.
    Nashville B-cycle is the city’s low-cost bike-sharing program with a total of 29 B-stations and 263 bright red bikes, including the four new B-stations celebrated today. The program was started by Mayor Dean in 2012 and is managed by Nashville Downtown Partnership.
    B-cycle is used in many other large cities, including Charlotte, Austin, Houston and Denver. Information about Nashville B-cycle, locations and fees is at
    “We know that when bike share comes to a community it literally brings that community’s bicycle infrastructure to life,” B-cycle’s Burns said. “In city after city, bike share provides access to bicycle trails and other facilities in the community.”
    0318 B-cycle-008Since B-cycle launched in Nashville in 2012, 101,510 trips have been taken on B-cycles. That represents 263,753 miles and 435,597 pounds of carbon dioxide offset. It also represents 18,340,961 calories burned and 5,240 pounds lost, as well as 9,147 gallons of gasoline saved.
    “Since the launch in December 2012, Nashville B-cycle continues to grow,” said Tom Turner, president and CEO of Nashville Downtown Partnership. “The system has grown by half and there have been 101,510 rides for business and leisure travel. And now there are even more options to enjoy all of the benefits that Nashville B-cycle has to offer.”
    Nashville B-cycle kiosks located at Metro Parks are among the most popular in the city. The B-station located in Centennial Park continues to be the most-used location with 7,868 total checkouts in 2014. Riverfront Park was the second-most popular location with 3,344 checkouts last year. Nashville Farmers’ Market adjacent to Bicentennial Mall saw 2,859 checkouts and Walk of Fame Park had 2,689 checkouts in 2014.
    Although brand new, the Shelby Bottoms Nature Center location has proven to be a hit and was the second most-used B-station this past weekend.
    Riders can check out a B-cycle from one of the city’s 29 automated bike stations, ride to their destination and return the bike at any nearby station for an hour at a time. Individuals can purchase daily passes or memberships, including weekly, monthly and one-year options.
    0318 B-cycle-004Five most popular B-cycle kiosks in 2014, based on number of checkouts:
    Centennial Park, 7,868
    Riverfront Park, 3,344
    Fifth Third Plaza, 2,983
    Nashville Farmers’ Market, 2,859
    Music Row Roundabout, 2,794

    *photo credit: Metro Photographic Services

  • Team Green Adventures Urban Bike Ride

    by Nashville B-cycle | Mar 19,2015

    YMCA group ride.Enjoy the spring weather!

    Saturday, Mar 21, 2015 at 1 p.m.

    Join Team Green Adventures and Nashville B-cycle for a one-hour Beginner Friendly Urban Bike Ride. Bring your own bike or rent a B-cycle!

    For more info and to sign up, click here.


  • Four New B-stations!

    by Nashville B-cycle | Mar 18,2015

    DSC_0053We are very excited to announce the launch of four brand new B-stations! These are up and running—ready for you to take a spin.

    The four newest B-stations are: 

    • Shelby Bottoms Nature Center
    • Belmont Boulevard
    • Hill Center Trailhead

    • Morgan Park

    For more info, click here.
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