Frequently Asked Questions

Can Non-Riders Participate?

Yes! Non-riders are welcome to enjoy the festivities! Registration options for non-riders include food, enertainment and a great BRAT t-shirt! You can get more info at  www.imathlete.com.

I Can’t Stay the Entire Week. Can I Just Ride Part?

Choose to join us for the full 6 day ride, the first 3 days, the last 3 days, the weekend or a single day! We want you to join in on the fun as long as possible, but we understand that might just be for a couple days. Check out our multiple registration options to see what will best fit your schedule and riding style!

 

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I Don’t Want to Camp Overnight. Can I Make Other Arrangements?

Yes! If you’d like to stay in a cabin or inn, you can contact each stop to make a reservation. When you call mention that you are with the Bicycle Ride Across Tennessee and they will assist you in waiving the 2 night stay requirement. Booking information can be found by following this link.

What are my options for getting from one park to the next if I do not ride one day?

If you’d like to work in a rest day, we’ll be offering a shuttle service between stops.  Fare for each leg is $25 and reservations can be made here: https://thebrat.org/shuttle-service/

 

How is the transition day set up?

6 day riders will begin the tour with 3 days at Pickwick Landing State Park and then 3 days at David Crockett State Park. Routes from Pickwick will be Saturday-Monday, with Monday being the last over night at Pickwick. Breakfast will be served at Pickwick on Tuesday morning between 6am-8am and then riders will be free to pack up and drive themselves to our next basecamp, David Crockett State Park. Routes on Tuesday will begin from David Crockett State Park starting at 9am. All riders must be on the Tuesday route by 12pm. We will finish the remaining 2 days at David Crockett!

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