Scenes from Tour de Lights 2015

In Photos by Clay Dudaleave a COMMENT

Hundreds of people braved the cold Friday night and brought their festive spirits and attire out to Market Square for Knoxville’s annual Tour de Lights bike ride. The roughly five-mile loop started in downtown, cutting through the neighborhoods of Fourth & Gill and Old North Knoxville on the roughly hour-long round trip. Below-freezing temperatures didn’t seen to deter many enthused with Christmas spirit. People and bikes alike were bundled in holiday cheer with lights, costumes, and a lot of laughter. Check out scenes from this year’s ride above, or learn more about the annual event here.

Former Mercury staff reporter Clay Duda has covered gangs in New York, housing busts in Atlanta, and wildfires in Northern California. And lots of stuff about Knoxville.

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