Public Information- Nashville Bike Week

Below are some of the communications that have taken place between Nashville Bike Week and the state of Tennessee. I didn’t post each one as there are too many. This was given to me by a concerned citizen. These requests are allowed under the Tennessee Open Records Act, Section 10-7-503. Request it as information for public records and not commercial purposes. You are entitled to this by law. Contact Tenn. Department of Health and do your own investigation to answer whatever questions you may have. Here is the link to get you started. Request all applications as well. They will email you all the information. Some of you already have, as I have seen posts on Facebook by one person that received a letter from the mayor regarding the event.

As of 3/17/2017- only 4600 tickets sold?

Not sure why attorneys aren’t handling these legal issues/questions. The state won’t provide legal advise, as they are not attorneys and if they are, the represent the state, not NBW.


Here he is being told by state to do an online search for his own food vendors. I remember just recently a post saying he already has the vendors.

easily to verify which companies have been retained.

see below. On social media there has yet to be any pictures of construction, etc..

Can local residents confirm this? Also, per the law, that entire land has to be fenced in w/ 4 entrance/exit points.

4600 tickets sold as of 3 weeks ago?

**also, Tenn Dept of Health cannot do anything about the law as it is written.


Any questions regarding obtaining public records, either call the agency directly or consult with a licensed attorney in the state of Tennessee. The information available on this site is for informational purposes only and is not to be construed as legal advice.

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2 thoughts on “Public Information- Nashville Bike Week

  • April 10, 2017 at 12:36 pm


  • April 9, 2017 at 7:11 pm

    I looked up clusterfuck in the dictionary and it said by definition “Nashville Bike Week”.

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