Whole Fuel and Local Pour highlights cycling, local breweries
Whole Foods Market in Franklin will host Whole Fuel & Local Pour, a cycling, food, and craft beer event, on Tuesday from 5 to 8 p.m.
The event will feature a community bike ride and free healthy food and drink from local providers.
The 3.8 mile group ride begins and ends at Whole Foods in Franklin starting at 6 p.m. A number of organizations, including Nissan, Harpeth Bicycles, and Lightning 100 will host a parking lot expo to highlight cycling and healthy eating.
Harpeth Bicycles will offer free bike safety inspections.
The family-friendly event will be free to anyone who brings a bicycle and a minimum $5 donation from those who do not ride. Proceeds will go to the Gear Foundation. Helmets and adult supervision are required for riders under 18.
Local Pour will offer samples of craft beers, including Yazoo, Jack-a-lope, Black Abbey, Turtle Anarchy, and a selection of home breweries. Pours start at 7 p.m.
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