We invite you join us at the inaugural Kids Community Bike Ride on Saturday September 23 from 10 am until 2 pm. This FREE family-friendly event will include games, giveaways, safety information, food, bounce houses, and a 1-mile bike ride for children of all ages. The event will be held in Algood park and utilize the rail-trail path.

We ask everyone to bring their own bike to the event. Parents are encouraged to stay with children throughout the day.
PARENTS/GUARDIANS, MUST CHECK IN CHILDREN AT THE FRONT GATE TO ALGOOD PARK (across the street from Farmers Market, near the playground).

The event is limited to the first 300 children, who will receive a FREE badge/pass for FREE hotdog, chips, tasting from Kona Ice, tasting from Pelicans, Juice box, water.
FREE games/stations for kids include: fire truck (you will get wet), CPR education, inflatable jungle gym, bike safety education with Algood Police, rail-trail mile family ride, first aid education, bike repair station with Scouts BSA.  Kids who complete check in at each station will go into drawing for FREE prizes, including bike (and bike accessory) give away.

Parents/guardians may also attend any of the FREE activities/classes. Food vendors will be available for adults to purchase food.

Click here for an event flier. Please call the Foundation office with any questions. 931-783-2003.

Sponsors include:
Middle Tennessee Eye, Tennessee Heart, First Horizon Bank, Truist.
Hope Church, City of Algood, IGA, Cookeville Bicycle, First National Bank, Raising Cane’s, IWC, Food Lion.

Carmen’s Fund, in memory of Carmen Burnette, operates year-round to provide FREE CPR, AED and Frist Aid training for Upper Cumberland school system teachers and employees/volunteers of non-profit organizations. Carmen’s Fund uses American Heart Association guidelines, and trains about 500 people each year.