You did it!
Together - all 5000 of us - (UP 122% Since Last Year!) Raised Nearly $35,000 for Sound Forest, Walk/Bike Nashville, and Ride For Reading.
“Why is Nashville so fortunate to revel in Centennial Park, dancing, singing, riding and
drinking? Because New Belgium Brewing wishes to help raise money for local
nonprofits to enhance the Nashville bicycle community and help our bike culture grow
stronger,” said Thomas Solinsky from SoundForest. “What better way to do this than
throw a giant party that is free for all to attend and invite the entire city to join in the fun?
The Mayor was there, Robin Williams was there, and everyday people like you and I
were there. And everyone walked (or rode) away feeling great about what they saw!”
Ayzit Doydum is this year’s swapper from Nashville.
“Winning this opportunity to trade in my car for a bike will be a great way for me to live how
I want: in harmony with nature, my city, and myself,” shared Ayzit. “As far as I'm
concerned, this is a win-win-win situation!”
We love sharing the day with you all! When people ask why I like Centennial Park so much I say, "Parthenon of your business!"