Welcome to Nashville GreenBikes
**DUE TO BBQ FESTIVAL AT RIVERFRONT PARK, NASHVILLE GREENBIKES AT RIVERFRONT STATION WILL BE CLOSED FROM AUGUST 25TH THOUGH AUGUST 27TH. Get some of the best BBQ in Nashville from the best BBQ restaurants in Nashville and food trucks alike!! BIKES CAN BE CHECKED OUT AT OTHER NASHVILLE GREENBIKES SITES DURING THEIR NORMAL OPERATING HOURS.**
Nashville GreenBikes is a free service provided to all residents and visitors of Nashville, 18 and older. The
Metro Public Health Department and the Metro Parks Department have created a unique collaboration to offer free bikes at community centers and on greenways.
The goal of GreenBikes and Nashville Walk N Bike is to provide safe reliable bicycle access for residents and visitors of Nashville.
These bike stations are directly linked to more than 40 miles of greenways and 94 miles of on-road bike lanes and routes. This site contains information about how to become a Nashville GreenBikes member.
Nashville GreenBikes is expanding soon, providing greater access to bikes at more community centers and greenways. We try to connect locals and vistors alike to true local businesses along the way so you get a real Nashville experience while riding a bike in Nashville. We take you to the best coffee shops in Nashville as well as unique to Nashville places to visit. Please check back for updates.
Music City is a great place for everyone to visit but we also hope to help provide aspects that are great for health, the environment, and the community,
A safe, reliable and free form of recreation,
Aims to reduce traffic congestion, leading to quiter and safer streets,
Increases environmental awareness.
Motorists aren't the only ones using Nashville's roads. They share the streets with pedestrians and cyclists too. But, the road can be a very dangerous place for pedestrians and cyclists if drivers don't share the roads with care.
Moving in Harmony is a campaign to increase pedestrian, cyclist and motorist safety with an end goal of eliminating deaths and reducing injuries due to pedestrian or bicycle and motor vehicle collisions.