Ideas for Custom Tours

A few of our favorite ideas for custom tours

Arts & Craft Brews

Nashville has several beautiful public murals that are easy to bike to. The WhatLiftsYou wings is a popular one that’s located in the Gulch. Tons of photo ops in the Arts & Craft Brews tour!

Arts & Craft Brews route
Arts & Craft Brews route
Arts & Craft Brews Route details
Arts & Craft Brews Route details

Cumberland Greenway

For this one, we start at Bicentennial Park, which is near the Nashville Farmers Market, the Sounds baseball stadium, and the State Capitol building. Take the greenway north up to Honky Tonk, then come back down and swing a tad right to hit Bearded Iris, and finally come further southwest toward Midtown and land at the Corsair “brewstillery”.

Cumberland Greenway route
Cumberland Greenway route
Cumberland Greenway route details
Cumberland Greenway route details

East Nashville breweries

There are a few awesome breweries in East Nashville, too, which is just across the river from downtown. They’re a little more spread out than the ones near Midtown, so it’s a bit more riding but not more than a few miles. The ones we’d suggest are Little Harpeth, Smith & Lentz, and TailGate.

East Nashville route
East Nashville route
East Nashville route details
East Nashville route details

Choose your own adventure

These are a few of our ideas, but we’d love to hear yours. There are more than 10 breweries around town. They’re not all bike-able, but many are. We have a list. Pick 2-4 you’d like to visit and any other activities that, along with the breweries, can be finished in 3-4 hours. We’re game for just about anything that involves biking and craft brews. Let us know if you have questions or would like suggestions or recommendations.