NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Hundreds of cyclists hit the road on their bicycles to highlight Nashville's bike lanes and greenways.
The 14th annual Tour de Nash was held Saturday as part of Nashville Bike Month.
The group Walk-Bike Nashville has organized the event each year to give people an opportunity to try out bicycling around the city.
This year's tour featured new protected bike lanes and safe bicycle routes throughout various neighborhoods.
Cyclists were able to choose from different routes that were either eight, 25, or 45 miles long.
Another Tour De Nash in the books! Thanks to all who joined and those who helped make it possible! pic.twitter.com/5twNy9OCE6— Walk Bike Nashville (@walkbikenash) May 19, 2018