Join us for the inaugural
October 28, 2017
benefiting Martha O'Bryan Center
Our goal is simple:
We want to send 1,000 low-income students to college!
Join us for the inaugural TennSpeed: The Ride for Education on Saturday, October 28, 2017. The ride will start and finish at the beautiful Fontanel just 10 miles north of downtown Nashville. Cyclists will enjoy the rolling hills and beautiful scenery that middle Tennessee offers, all while riding for a great cause! Route options include 20 miles, 30 miles, and 60 miles for the most novice and experienced cyclist. This is a fully supported ride with rest stops every 10-14 miles along the route. Each rest stop will offer medical staff, support and gear vehicles, bike mechanics, helpful volunteers, as well as necessary food and beverages to refuel!
In addition to an amazing ride, cyclists are invited to join us for a dinner and celebration on Friday, October 27, 2017 at the Fontanel. Cyclists will be able to pick up their swag, hangout with teammates, and hear more about Martha O'Bryan Center, and what all of their hard work is benefiting!
All fundraising efforts from cyclists will go directly to supporting educational programming at Martha O'Bryan Center, focusing on pathways to post-secondary educational opportunities for Nashville's young people, from middle school through college.
Register to Ride, sign up as a Virtual Rider, take a peak at the routes, and more.