Join us for the Music City SUP and Kayak Race, presented by
Nashville Fit Magazine. We'll race along the scenic shores of J. Percy Priest
Lake, 20 minutes from downtown Nashville, TN. Join your friends to race a
2-mile or 6-mile course, or sign your groms up for a 1-mile short course. The
race is open to standup paddleboarders, kayakers and prone paddlers alike! Hard
boards or inflatables.
The Music City SUP (and Kayak and Prone) Race is
back for 2017! We're part of the Southern Stoke Series and presented by Nashville
This race is a community paddling event produced by
a number of local paddling outfitters. Proceeds from the race benefit the Cumberland River Compact, which
works to protect our local watershed, and the Nashville Parks Foundation. Our
race launches from inside Metro Parks' Hamilton Creek Recreation Area. We're
grateful for all both organizations do for our paddling community.
Our event is open to everyone, from first-time racers to pros:
• 1-Mile Grom Race ($25)
• 2-Mile Race ($45)
• 6-Mile Elite Race ($55)
Prices increase by $10 on July 7, 2017.
All races are open to SUP, kayak
and prone paddlers, hard boards/boats and inflatables.
Your race fee includes your registration, a hat, awards for category winners and tons of fun
Queen Voyages has rental kayaks available for this race. You must contact them directly to make a
reservation, in addition to registering for the race. Chattanooga
Paddleboards has race boards available for rent.
Need to place to stay? Book
your room at the Hotel Preston (733 Briley
Or call 866-986-8089. Request the Music City
SUP Race/Nashville Paddle Co. rate to get the discount. The hotel has free
Everyone who races must sign our digital
If you want to reserve a rec board or kayak, you can do it online at Nashville Paddle. For race boards, contact Chattanooga Paddleboards at ChattanoogaPaddleboards@gmail.com. There is an additional fee for board and kayak rentals.
PLEASE NOTE: If you register after July 7, you are
not guaranteed a hat.
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look forward to seeing you on the water.
Photography by Angela Everett, Nossi College of Art.