Category Archives: Current Events

Community and other special events of interest to cyclists

Old Stone Fort Archaeological Park has New Trail for Mountain Biking

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Keith Wimberly, Park Manager for Old Stone Fort Archaeological Park, was the guest on “Connecting Coffee County” on Tuesday and shared some exciting news about a new trail in the Park.

Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park would like to announce the creation of a new 1.7 mile dual-use mountain bike and hiking trail located on Powers Bridge Road. It is aptly named the Powerline Trail and was built by Eagle Scout Brody Goodwin and his fellow scouts.

This new trail at OSFSAP is the only trail that allows bikes of any kind.

Find the Powerline Trail Loop on the Old Stone Fort Archaeological Park map by clicking the link below:

To hear that interview with Keith Wimberly, find the downloads page on

April 2023 Adopt-a-Highway Activity

Adopt-a-Highway volunteers
Adopt-a-Highway volunteers
pile of trash from highway clean up

The Highland Rim Bike Club always has a good time even fulfilling our civic duty with cleaning our Adopt-a-hwy out by Staggerwing Museum on Hwy130. Thank you to Jill Albro, Jeff Albro, Michael Roberts, Joe Capezza, and Perrin Norris.

Look at all the trash we picked up in an hour! Winner goes to Jeff for finding a car transmission beaten by a close 2nd on a live Wakie Talkie!

– Hunter Norris

2022 Ride of Silence

The International Ride of Silence is held on the third Wednesday of May every year. The ride honors vulnerable road users who have been injured or killed by traffic violence while bicycling, raises awareness that bicyclists have a legal right to use the road, and reminds motorists to respectfully share the road with all users.

The 2023 Ride of Silence will occur on May 17th at 7 pm at Frazier McEwen Park in Tullahoma.

Enjoy these photos of the Highland Rim Bicycle Club’s participation in this event.

We also have video of the ceremonies before the riders departed.