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 Rally Foundation for Children Cancer Research. Pretty rad. They also sing - check it out:
WHEN: Saturday May 30th at 9AM
WHAT: Family bike ride. All ages and abilities are welcome. Helmets required, children must be joined by parents! The route is approx 5 miles and will go from Edgehill Village past the Children's Hospital for a special stop and then return for a post ride celebration.
WHY: Victory lap for kids and families who have been treated at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital
WHERE: Green Fleet Bicycle Shop, 1579 Edgehill Ave, Nashville, TN 37212
AFTER PARTY: yes, we will have snacks at the finish line - ride will be done by around 10AM with some fun family events like face painting, etc.
Suggested donation is $10 per rider. More info about the ride and where to donate: https://www.rallyfoundation.org/bike/
RSVP here via the Nashville Slow Riders meetup page (side note, everyone with a bike in Nashville should be a member of this group):