Nashville is a city in Berrien County, Georgia, United States, and the population was 4,939 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Berrien Count and is called the “City of Dogwoods”, as the tree grows in large numbers around the area. Nashville was founded in about 1840 and was incorporated as a town in 1892 and as a city in 1900. The city is named after Francis Nash (1742–1777), an officer in the American Revolutionary War. – Wikipedia.org
In this episode of JOM on ride-a-bout, he tackled a long route through the Georgia countryside that takes in the towns of Enigma, Alapaha and Willacoochee, before returning to Nashville. Along the way, you’ll see beautiful scenery, old country Georgia, railway relics and historic places of interest.
JOM’s bike in this video was the Ritte Satyr, a steel gravel bike, currently under review and fitted with Roval Terra CLX wheels in 700c, Panaracer Gravelking SS tyres and Shimano’s GRX mechanical groupset (review coming soon).
Links of Interest:
- City of Nashville, Georgia – http://cityofnashvillega.net
- Alapaha, Georgia – https://bit.ly/2CyWmu0
- City of Willacoochee, Georgia – http://willacoochee.com
- Ritte Satyr Unboxing & Features Video
- Panaracer Gravelking SS Tyre Review
- Roval Terra CLX Wheelset Review
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One thought on “Gravel Cycling around Nashville!… the other Nashville… Nashville, Georgia & Surrounds!”
Great to see you riding a steel bike, my favorite frame material. I have steel gravel bike and a steel road bike and an aluminum mtb. Keep the videos coming JOM. Steel is real!
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