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Horsey Hundred
May 24, 2024 to May 26, 2024
Georgetown, KY

The Horsey Hundred is the premier cycling event in Kentucky and the signature event of the Bluegrass Cycling Club. We've come a long way since the inaugural Horsey Hundred was held at the Kentucky Horse Park (Lexington, KY) in 1978. The first event featured 50-mile routes on Saturday and Sunday with an optional Century ride on Saturday. No records exist of how many participated the first year, but the next year (1979) had 65 participants. The event now hosts some 3,000 riders.

Tour of Minnesota
Jun 15, 2024 to Jun 22, 2024
Brainerd, MN

An endorsement from Joe Gutmann:
"I have ridden it for 3 years and it is a good ride and value. Registration opens on February 1st and it typically fills up in 2-3 days. If you have interest, please let me know."

Licking Valley Century
Jun 22, 2024
Alexandria, KY

Come join the ride everyone is talking about! Enjoy the beauty and challenge of riding the ridge tops and valleys of Northern Kentucky with routes of 44, 65, or 102 miles. You will enjoy beautiful valleys and amazing vistas while pedaling along roads with very little traffic. Register early! There is a rider limit of 800.

Pedal Putnam
Jun 22, 2024
Greencastle, IN

Pedal Putnam's focus in 2024 is Putnam County's murals. All three routes (62, 40 & 18 miles) feature stunning murals. Results will be timed. Roads will be marked noting every turn, and fully stocked SAG stops await riders on each route, and all participants will receive a custom soft-style event t-shirt. There will be donuts at the start, and stick around after the ride for music, food and drink, vendors, local shopping, and an awards presentation to the top three finishers in each age group.

Tree City Rolling Tour and Century Ride
Jun 29, 2024
Greensburg, IN

There are 16, 34, 67 and 100-mile routes, including both flat and hilly 67-mile options. The longer routes include Lake Santee, streams, and at least one covered bridge. There are ample SAG stops, and afterwards riders can enjoy lunch with their choice of either a grilled pork tenderloin or hamburger sandwich, a choice of sides, dessert, drinks and more while listening to our live band.

Jul 20, 2024 to Jul 27, 2024
Start City to be Determined

Per Joe Gutmann: "Registration is now open for RAGBRAI 2024. RAGBRAI is July 20-27 (We leave on Friday. July 18th). We would love to have you join us. I have changed the Team Name to Southern Indiana Wheelmen (access code 1101. We were formerly known as the Gutmann Group). If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email me."

Rock the Crater
Aug 02, 2024 to Aug 04, 2024
Middlesboro, KY

Rock The Crater has 4 different routes to accommodate everyone from a beginner to an avid cyclist with distances of 21 mile, 40 mile, 58 and a full century. All of our routes will run through part of the Historical Cumberland Gap National Park. Our pre-ride (Friday in TN) , Rock The Crater (Saturday in KY) and post ride (Sunday in Virginia), gives you the unique opportunity to Ride The Tri-States.

Wabash River Ride
Aug 24, 2024
Fort Ouiatenon
West Lafayette, IN

The Wabash River Ride is unique because it offers both road and graveloptions for routes from 16 to 101 miles. Routes traverse the scenic Wabash River Valley, and the gravel routes include some epic gravel. The routes include rolling hills, river vistas and farmland. Enjoy well-stocked SAGs manned by friendly volunteers. Be sure to download the GPS files, especially for the gravel routes.

Limestone Cycling Tour
Sep 07, 2024
Maysville, KY

The Limestone Bicycle Tour is has moved to a fall date in 2024. It is now part of the Kentucky Cycling Challenge. The Tour offers routes of 26, 44, 67 (3400 feet climbing) and 100 miles (5400 feet climbing). Mason County, KY has rolling hills, and the longer routes include some 9-10% (or more) climbs. The ride benefits the Rotary International's effort to eradicate polio from our planet.

Willkie Days Covered Bridge Ride
Sep 21, 2024
Rushville, IN

The sixth annual "Five in 50" is a bicycle ride that goes through five rural Indiana towns, bucolic countryside, and five historic covered bridges in 50 miles (total distance is approximately 52 miles with the first 2 miles being part of a slower parade starting through downtown Rushville). Shorter 12 and 24 mile routes that visit 2 to 3 covered bridges are also available.

Great Pumpkin Roll Gran Fondo
Sep 28, 2024
Brookville, IN

The Cincinnati Bike Club is hosting the 13th annual Great Pumpkin Roll Gran Fondo, offering rides of 30, 47 and 60 miles. The ride coincides with Brookville's Germanfest. "This is a great chance to see Franklin County at our very best," says Third Place owner Mick Wilz. "From the fall colors that decorate the region to the historic Village of Spires in Oldenburg and even the covered bridge in Enochsburg, we are so excited to welcome new people to the community while encouraging locals to get involved."

Old Kentucky Home Tour
Oct 19, 2024
Yew Botanical Gardens
Crestwood, KY

The OKHT will again explore scenic Oldham County in 2024 with ride lengths of 62, 40 and 20 miles. OKHT has moved to a fall date this year, so the color is likely to be spectacular. The "World Famous Cookie Stop" returns again. The 62-mile route includes parts of Louisville, and all 3 routes traverse the rolling hills of Oldham County. Routes also visit historic LaGrange.