2020 Rides

I’ve been looking at a calendar and conversing with some fellow C&V enthusiasts (inmates) about meeting up at some rides next spring, summer, and fall.

There will be the Wednesday evening shop rides, and the Saturday morning rides throughout the season.

DELAYED – NEW DATES NOT YET FINALIZED – April – the Bourbon and Tobacco Tour will be the weekend of he 18th-19th.  Road on Saturday, gravel on Sunday – should be a good weekend of cycling in the hills of western Kentucky.  Check back here for updates before making non-refundable reservations.

May – on the 9th, I’m planning on the Rockin River City Ride, a metric century in Evansville, Indiana.  Should be a good warmup for the Storming of Thunder Ridge ride later this month.  I’ve emailed the ride organizer asking about 2020, but have not received a response.

CANCELLED FOR 2020 – Later in May – on Sunday the 17th is Storming of Thunder Ridge in Lynchburg, Virginia, which is a very popular ride and a challenging century.  Registered for this one.  I’m planning to ride the Masi, but if the weather is iffy, the Merckx is well set up for climbing.

June – nothing on the calendar – YET.

July – on the 18th is the Ride Across INdiana (RAIN) that goes from Terre Haute to Richmond in a single day.  165 miles, mainly on US-40.  I sure hope it’s not as hot as it was last year, that was just brutal.

August – the Wabash River Ride is on the 29th.  I haven’t ridden this one before, so right now it’s tentative.

September – the Big Dam Bridge century in Little Rock is the last Saturday of the month.  Registered for this one.  The Tanner’s Orchard ride is planned for the sometime this month.  I hope the weather cooperates, I don’t want to miss the ride this year.

October – the Kent Jones century in Jackson, Tennessee.  A nice route, good rest stops, and a good warmup for the Hilly Hundred later in the month.

Later in October  – is the Hilly Hundred century, in and around Bloomington, IN.  Unusually for a century ride , this one is split into two days of riding over Saturday and Sunday.  A good time, great route, hills (as you would expect), and fun rest stops.

This is a tentative set of rides.  Life happens, so changes are possible.

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