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  • 20 May 2015 5:06 PM | Andy & Laurie Murphy (Administrator)

    Threatening weather has forced cancellation of the RIDE OF SILENCE scheduled for Wednesday evening.  Mark your calender for next year, May 18, 2016 for the RIDE OF SILENCE.

  • 19 May 2015 8:57 PM | Melissa Hall

    I have gotten a few questions about the Story Century this Saturday.  It is NOT a tour stage.  There IS gravel on the route.  There MAY be construction that will cause some detours or walking to bypass. There will be some traffic on the main road.  Oddly enough, it often is heavier on week-ends than during the week.

    There are three possibilities for lunch.  The first and obvious choice is Story itself.  On Saturday's the restaurant AND the outside sandwich shack is open.  There are also two stores after the first store stop that sell sandwiches.  One has a pretty good selection. The other wasn't so impressive.  If you decide to eat at Story, plan on it taking time, particularly if you eat in the restaurant.  You will, however, have waited for some pretty good food if my past experiences there hold true. We have eaten there and we have carried sandwiches to Story and just bought drinks.  All I ask is that you don't complain if it takes some time because you have been warned. 

    Here is a link to the route:  http://ridewithgps.com/routes/7938672.  That being said, I have been know to make programming errors so feel free to ask for the cue sheet and  you can program it yourself if you would like.  The route is pretty easy to follow until you get to Brownstown (last store stop Dairy Queen) where it is easy to go off course.

    Feel free to call or e-mail if you have questions.  I can't tell you how fast the ride will be because I do not know who will show up. Any cancellation will be announced on the listserve and the club web site.  Puddle

  • 19 May 2015 10:05 AM | Joan Wood

    This is commuter ride to Mellwood Ave, Iroquis Special 35/21 mile. Reply to jwoodzz@aol.com.

  • 18 May 2015 9:36 PM | Dirk Gowin

    need a sub for captain. 502.619.1499. Dirk

  • 18 May 2015 9:02 AM | Perry Finley

    Please attend-ride,


    5/20 6:30 PM 10mi #1 Corner of Brook and Witherspoon 

    Join cyclists worldwide in this silent, slow paced ride (12 mph max) in honor of those who have been killed or injured while cycling on public roadways. Short talk at 6:45. Ride leaves promptly at 7:00. If you choose, wear a BLACK armband in memory of those killed. Wear a RED armband if YOU have been injured.

    RC: Richard and Mary Ann Heckler RoS.Louisville@gmail.com, (502)425-1439

  • 16 May 2015 5:57 PM | Mark Rougeux (Administrator)
    Sunday's ride from Long Run is cancelled.
  • 16 May 2015 12:39 PM | Thomas Nance

    Sorry ya'll. I am usually a ride most any weather rider, but when it is a club ride that involves me making a decision that effects others I have to grow up and base that decision on safety for all.


    Weather radar shows heavier weather coming and that band of rain and storms stretches down to Nashville. This ride would be around inline for the weather that Fort Knox is expecting, so a little south of the city.


    There is always the Sunday ride.


  • 08 May 2015 5:00 PM | David R King


    information regarding a ride tomorrow:

    8:00 AM 100/60mi #3 4131 S Pope Lick Rd,Louisville, KY 40299

      TMD Stage #7. Another Frankfort Century. Little long and an extra hill or two. Old Floyds fork park,Parklands,John Floyds Field, http://www.louisvillebicycleclub.org/CommonStartingPoints/ or plug the address in a search engine. If you not sure find out before 7:45 the morning of.
      RC: David King 502-500-7351


    Also the routes can be found here:

    http://ridewithgps.com/routes/7815659  62 miles

    http://ridewithgps.com/routes/5189479 100 miles


    Ride Safe,

    David King

  • 25 Apr 2015 8:03 AM | George Cooper




  • 23 Apr 2015 8:49 PM | Melissa Hall

    Because of flooding in Medora, the route will be Orleans via the Back Door rather than Packman's Hint.  Hopefully, never any guarantee, we will not run into flooding along the route. Store stops at Pekin, Orleans, and Salem.  Please be aware that the good restaurant is closed in Orleans.  There is another restaurant.  The food is edible.  Eat there or the gas station or pack a sandwich.  (At least there was a restaurant last time I was over that way).  Also, State Road 56 is closed as you leave Salem.  I believe we can get through, but if you are going to be riding quickly, dropping the ride captain, you might want to familiarize yourself with how to get around it just in case.  It is closed a bit past Anson Street all the way to Jim Day Road.  The route can be found at:  http://ridewithgps.com/routes/7600565. 

    Not sure what the weather might be.  Cancellations will be made via the club web site and list serve.  If in doubt, call.   Puddle

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