Tennessee State Parks
Online Registration Deadline:
Wednesday, Sep 1, 2021 at 8:00 PM CT
Add donations and merchandise to your registration below. You can also donate or purchase items without registering.
Pre-order your 2021 BRAT Primal Shorts and they will be available at packet pick-up [+more] for you to wear during the ride!
Pre-order your 2021 BRAT Primal Shorts and it will be available at packet pick-up [+more] for you to wear during the ride!
Pre-order your 2021 BRAT Primal women's jersey and it will be available at packet [+more] pick-up for you to wear during the ride!
Pre-order your 2021 BRAT Primal men's jersey and it will be available at packet pick-up [+more] for you to wear during the ride!
Love our shirts? Want to take one back to a loved one? Now is your chance!
Did you know that the entire Ranger staff from The Cumberland Trail works the entire [+more] week of BRAT? They do this to help raise funds for The Friends of the Cumberland Trail, Inc., a group of folks interested in supporting Tennessee’s 300-mile hiking trail, threading through state park lands, natural areas, National Parks, historic sites, and Wildlife Management Areas, from Cumberland Gap to Chattanooga. Their goal is to help complete the trail which requires money to not only acquire land but to design and build the trail. They are dedicated to preserving our rich Cumberland Mountain heritage and sharing these stories through the Cumberland Trail. Friends of the Cumberland Trail is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
The Bicycle Ride Across Tennessee would not be possible without our Tennessee Park [+more] Rangers. Those of you that have ridden the BRAT before know what a huge role they play. Our Rangers volunteer their time to patrol our routes in an effort to keep our riders as safe as possible. Not only are they law enforcement officers, but most have medical training. They are ready to help riders with anything from dehydration, to handling problems on the route, to providing evening entertainment such as recreational canoe floats. They volunteer at the BRAT because our riders are awesome and so they will become eligible for scholarship opportunities.
The TPRA is dedicated to promoting professionalism and raising hiring standards, improving communications, upgrading working conditions, supporting and participating in active training programs, and addressing common concerns among the members of the Tennessee Park Rangers Association and those individuals representing Tennessee State Parks.
Are you from out of town and plan on using bikeflights to ship your bike to the BRAT? [+more] Our local bike shop, Hurricane Cycles, will be offering bike assembly and disassembly services for our riders. It's simple, ship your bike directly to Cumberland Mountain State Park and when you arrive it will be assembled and ready for you to ride! Once the BRAT is over leave your bike with us and we will disassemble and ship your bike back to your home. **This service includes both assembly and dissassembly.
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