Bike Fun

is creating confident bicycle riders in Nashville & beyond

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Cruiser

Limited (500 of 500 remaining)
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$1
per month

The price of a couple of bananas - $1 can help with promotional materials. You'll get a cool "Bikes Are Fun" button as thanks!

Hybrid

Limited (98 of 100 remaining)
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$5
per month

The cost of about 2 cups of coffee in a cafe, $5 will get you featured on the Bike Fun website and followed by social media, a handwritten thank you note, as well as include the cool Bikes Are Fun pin!

Fat Tire

Limited (24 of 25 remaining)
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$20
per month

You'll pay $20 for about 2 new inner tubes. This will get you featured on the Bike Fun website and followed by social media, a handwritten thank you note, as well as include the cool Bikes Are Fun pin!

BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE.

You will get 3 hours of Bike Fun instruction or clinic, either one-on-one or small group (up to 5 people). You can do either 3 hours at once or choose 3 one-hour sessions. SESSIONS CAN BE REMOTE.

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patrons

$36

per month

About Bike Fun

Bike Fun was originally founded by KJ Garner in Nashville, Tenn., in 2016. KJ has a mission: getting more people to ride bicycles. She teaches classes, one-on-one lessons, and holds clinics on basic bicycle maintenance, bike laws/rules of the road, and more. 

Bike Fun's 2021 goals include more women and girls riding; more basic bicycle maintenance education; and creating more confident older and returning riders. 

Bike Fun is now a NON PROFIT ENTITY (as of April 2021). Your contribution is tax-deductible (minus the value of any gifts or benefits received). Our EIN is 85-0665799, and we are a 501(c)(3) registered corporation with a five-person board of directors.

Your patronage of Bike Fun will enable KJ to 
  • create and distribute educational materials about bicycle riding
  • provide tools and resources for Bike Fun students
  • design and plan intersectional courses at low or no cost to students on subjects like taking care of their mental and physical health through bike riding; how to get started on bike commuting or using a bike for errands; and fueling yourself on the ride. 
Intersectional courses would be part classroom based, part ride based, and would have paid subject matter experts to delve into specifics. 

KJ wants to broaden Bike Fun's scope to include free-of-charge activities with examples of providing bicycle maintenance classes to Girl Scout troops; creating programs at senior recreation centers that coordinate bicycle riding with general health goals; and working with occupational and physical therapists to implement bicycle riding as part of their therapeutic plan.
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