• 19 May 2012 12:47 AM | Andy & Laurie Murphy (Administrator)

    Volunteer Registration for the 2012 Old Kentucky Home Tour is now open!  To volunteer, go to the Louisville Bicycle Club homepage here;  On the menu bar, click on OKHT and then click on Volunteers at the bottom of the dropdown box.  When you get to the Volunteer page, you’ll find a list of volunteer positions at the bottom of the page.  Click on your selection and follow the instructions.  If you want to volunteer for more than one position, you’ll have to register for each position separately.  For your volunteer efforts, each volunteer will receive complimentary OKHT Registration and a commemorative OKHT t-shirt.  Also this year, a new OKHT sponsor, Parkside Bikes, has donated a FUJI Roubaix road bike that will be given to one lucky volunteer!  There is a photo of the bicycle on the volunteer page.  The winner of the bike will be drawn randomly from registered volunteers.  Each volunteer will have one chance in the bicycle drawing. 

    While you’re registering, make sure you order your Commemorative 35th Annual OKHT jersey.  You can see the jersey and t-shirt designs by clicking on the Souvenirs button in the OKHT dropdown box.  If you want the delicious Chris Cakes Bar-B-Que dinner in Bardstown Saturday evening, you can order that while you are registering.

    We would like to thank Parkside Bikes at 1377 Bardstown Road for their support of the 35th Annual Old Kentucky Home Tour.  In addition to Parkside, CLARKSVILLE SCHWINN is back as a Gold Level sponsor and we would like to thank Bob Peters & Co. for their continued support.  Main Street Bikes is also returning as a sponsor--thank you, Tom! 

    Offering mechanical support for this years’ OKHT; Scheller’s Fitness & Cycling, On Your Left Cycles and Vic’s Classic Cycles.  Hopefully, we’ll be adding more sponsors in the coming weeks.

    When you visit any of our sponsors, please thank them for their continued support. 

    Volunteer early, volunteer often!  Thank you all for your support!

    Life is good


  • 04 May 2012 9:41 AM | Charlie Drexler

    The 35th Annual Old Kentucky Home Tour will be September 8th & 9th, 2012.  Registration is open. Here's a sneak peek of this years jersey...  Register under the Events Tab on the LBC Home Page.

  • 11 Apr 2012 7:06 PM | Andy & Laurie Murphy (Administrator)
    The Louisville Bicycle Club Store is now open!  You can now purchase an LBC jersey, coffee mug, towel or socks from the convenience of your home.  Click on the STORE tab on the menu bar on the LBC homepage.
  • 06 Apr 2012 4:40 AM | Andy & Laurie Murphy (Administrator)
    SAVE THE DATES!  The 35th Annual Old Kentucky Home Tour will be September 8th & 9th, 2012.  Registration will open May 1st.  Here's a sneak peek of this years jersey...
  • 30 Mar 2012 12:58 AM | Andy & Laurie Murphy (Administrator)
    At the annual meeting and awards banquet at Big Spring Country Club in January, the following club members were recognized for their contributions;

    Touring - The Touring Program recognized David King and Bernice McGill as Touring Champions for 2011.  Perry Finley "The Internet Sensation" and Renita Bernat were awarded the Masters Champion jerseys.  The Most Improved Rider Awards went to Kelly McGill and Timothy Stephen.  The Tour de Mad Dog Champions were Larry Preble and Renita Bernat.  Steve Rice was recognized as Top Ride Captain.

    Racing - Duane Walker and Joan Hanscom were recognized as the Top Racers for Team Louisville and Travis Kerns received the Top Racing Volunteer Award.

    Advocacy - The Top Advocacy Volunteer Award went to Gil Crenshaw.

    Communications - The Top Communications Volunteer Award went to Barry Luckett.

    Education - The Top Education Volunteer Award went to John Samways.

    Old Kentucky Home Tour - The Top OKHT Volunteer awards went to Bob Schindler and Bobbie Leslie.

    The Volunteer Of The Year Award went to Joe Thomas.
  • 30 Mar 2012 12:52 AM | Andy & Laurie Murphy (Administrator)
    As elected at the LBC Banquet in January,the Executive Committee for 2012 is;

    President - Andy Murphy
    Secretary - Dianna (Decker) Palmer
    Treasurer - Mark Rougeux 
    VP Advocacy - John Cummings
    VP Communications - David "PaCkMaN" Ryan
    VP Education - David Wittrey
    VP Racing - Travis Kerns
    VP Touring - Charlie Drexler
  • 16 Mar 2012 6:29 AM | Charlie Drexler

    Sunday, March 18

    • 4:00 pm – General Membership Meeting, Baptist East/Milestone Wellness Center, 750 Cypress Station Drive, 40207 After the 2 PM ride. Ride Captain Training for new ride captains will immediately follow the General Membership Meeting.  
  • 31 Oct 2011 8:51 AM | Anonymous
    Please join your cycling friends at the LBC Annual Awards Banquet to reminisce on the year's activities, acknowledge our volunteers, celebrate our achievements, and elect club officers for the upcoming year.
    The banquet will be held again at:

    Big Spring Country Club
    5901 Dutchmans Lane
    Saturday, January 14, 2012.
    Cost is $10 per person for the buffet dinner.

    6:00 p.m. Reception and Cash Bar
    7:15 p.m. Buffet Dinner
    8:00 p.m. General Meeting, Awards, and Election of Officers for 2012
    10:00 p.m. Adjournment

    To provide an accurate count of attendees we must receive your reservation(s) by Sunday, January 8th. 

    To register click here:

  • 08 Jul 2011 5:36 PM | Andy & Laurie Murphy (Administrator)

    2011 OKHT Registration is open!

    Registration is now open for the 2011 Old Kentucky Home Tour.  The dates for this years OKHT are Saturday September 10th and Sunday September 11th.  You can register online through, which can be accessed through the club webpage.  If you want to volunteer for the OKHT, you’ll need to fill out the form and mail it to the address on the form.  We’re exploring how we might be able to make the volunteer process paperless, but for now, we’re doing it by paper.  ALL VOLUNTEERS NEED TO FILL OUT A REGISTRATION FORM!  Here’s a picture of a Registration Form filled out.

      Fill the form out carefully.  Make sure to put VOLUNTEER on the form.  For an 8 hour commitment, volunteers will receive their ride registration plus the Official 2011 OKHT T-Shirt, so we’ll need to get your shirt size.  If you want to order the commemorative jersey designed by John Mahorney, you’ll need to order it on this form and include the payment when you send the form in.  Same thing with ordering Saturday Evening Dinner.  If you want a delicious Chris Cakes prepared Pulled Pork Bar-B-Que dinner or Vegetarian Burger dinner, you need to make your selection and send in payment with your registration form. 

    Also, keep in mind we’ll need fresh-baked cookies for the World Famous Cookie Stop, Sunday morning.  Bring your cookies with you when you pick-up your registration packet and we’ll see that they get to the Cookie Stop safely!  

    We need lots of help, so we hope you’ll consider volunteering to help make the 2011 OKHT a success.  I’ve spoken with a number of folks who have said they want to help.  THANK YOU!  Keep in mind, ALL VOLUNTEERS NEED TO FILL OUT A REGISTRATION FORM.

    Life is good


  • 08 Jun 2011 7:14 PM | Anonymous
    After careful consideration and lengthy yet fruitful debate, the Executive Committee is very pleased and excited to announce the that following individuals have accepted appointments to the leadership of the club:

    VP - Treasurer - Jody Patterson - Jody is a fairly new member of the club, and an active Mad Dog and Randonneur.  She comes to the role with over a decade of experience in the bookkeeping and accounting world, along with a familiarity with the bookkeeping software the club uses.  

    VP of Touring - Charlie Drexler - An LBC member off and on since 1991, Charlie brings a fresh perspective to the role along with significant experience in the professional world where his experience will come in handy with the organization and forward progress of the club's Touring agenda.

    President - Andy Murphy - Andy's enthusiasm and spirit for the club are well-known and recognized by anyone who has ridden with him. We also recognize that it is important to honor the recommendation we heard from the attendees at the last general meeting. There are many hefty challenges ahead for all of us, and Andy will no doubt have his share of fence mending to do. We trust that his many good qualities, for which he was first elected to this office, will see him and the club though the work ahead.

    Touring Committee - The ExCom felt that it was unfair to the new VP of Touring to appoint the entire committee without involving the newly-appointed officer in the selection process.  Therefore, we are going to wait a couple weeks before finalizing those appointments.  The plan to build a structured committee of riders to help build the touring vision for the future remains very important to the ExCom.

    The restored ExCom will be meeting for the first time this weekend to continue the missions we set forth at the last general membership meeting.  We will provide updates as the news warrants.  The e-mail links and contact information on the club site will be redirected to the proper folks at that time as well.

    Thanks to all of the club members who stepped forward and applied for the available roles!  We were really pleased with the applicants, which made the process a little tougher, but very satisfying.  

    Also, we owe a great deal of thanks to the members of the club who have been so patient and supportive while the ExCom worked through these transitions.  

    Ride safely,
    Your Executive Committee

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