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Meet our NEW Bike Mechanic, Halen! (as in Van Halen)

Clarksville Parks + Recreation has a new member on the BCycle Team! Our new bike mechanic, Halen, is a 30-year-old kid.  He loves riding three wheelers (and two-wheelers) with his wife and three kids.  He's a local guy who grew up just down the road in Cedar Hill.  
Since his first day in mid-August Halen has hit the ground running.  He shares the Department's passion to provide safe biking experiences for our riders.  If you see him at your local station, be sure to say "hi". 
If you ever identify an issue with your bike, please notify us immediately at the number on your handlebars (931) 645-7476.  After-hours?  Just leave us a message or email us at 
New! BCycle Tours

Show our Downtown Station Some Love

While we see BCycles rolling through LIberty Park, Cumberland Riverwalk and (of course) the Clarksville Greenway, we don't see enough of our riders Downtown.  Trust us, you're missing out!  Downtown Clarksville is a great place to ride! 
Yes, you can get a decent ride in Downtown and avoid those hills. Below is the route we will be using for our upcoming bike tours.  The route was chosen for its low level of difficulty. 
If you do take our advice, prove it.  Share a photo of you (or your group) riding BCycles in Downtown Clarksville with #ClarksvilleBCycle.  Everyone who tags their photo in the month of October will be placed in a drawing for a FREE BCycle tee.  We know you love our t-shirt!
Also... You don't have to wait until our "Haunted" tour to enjoy Roux's Speakeasy. It's along the route below, as well as other restaurants and coffee shops to stop and enjoy.

Can we get five minutes of your time?

Before October 31, please take a moment to complete our survey.   We want to hear from you on how to improve the City’s parks, recreation facilities, and programs.  
The Master Plan process seeks to better understand the existing and future needs of this growing community as it pertains to parks, programs, and facilities, and to make recommendations for a community-supported implementation plan. The Master Plan will act as a guide to developing and maintaining parks and parks facilities for the next 10 years.
You can find the survey and Master Plan updates at

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Go with the traffic flow. Ride on the right of the trail or roadway, in the same direction as other vehicles.  Always use your bell or announce your approach ("on your left") to others walking the trail.  
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