Green Fleet Swag

When we say Nashville runs in our blood, we're serious. In fact, our own founder's Great-great-grandfather was the Sheriff of Nashville in 1934.  (We like to say that ol' grand-daddy Bauman keeps an eye out for us when we ride through the shady parts of town)

The name Green Fleet comes from our company roots as a bicycle messenger service. In 2009, Green Fleet Messengers was started as Nashville's first green delivery service. The courier service is still operated right out of the bike shop. 

Our tour guides include local professors, musicians, business people, home brewers, students and even a Fire Department EMT.  People that truly represent the unfiltered, local story of Music City. Above all, we want to help you make the most of your time in Nashville; with us, and with a bike. 



Moving Week!

October 21, 2015

This week is moving week.  We'll let you know when we get the new shop open for business. Thanks to Edgehill Village and the Edgehill and Music Row neighbors for being so great to us for the last 4 years.  Too many people to thank.     See you on Jefferson St!  

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May 30th! Family Bike Ride, Victory Lap for Kids Cancer Heroes

May 20, 2015

Cancer SUCKS.  And as we all know, the best way to get through something sucky is with the help of your bike!  So come join us in celebrating local kids fighting cancer by getting on your bike.   The Victory Lap is a family bike ride to honor every little hero at Vanderbilt University Children's Hospital. This is for riders of all ages.  Parents, bring your kids, bring your grandpa, and kids, bring a parent!  Also bring a helmet. The ride will be the final event of this year's Rally Bike Ride to welcome home 4 riders who have been biking 46 miles a day and visiting kids in 12 different states this May to raise money and awareness for...

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