Primary ride leader: Dixie Moore, 859-227-6165
Additional ride leaders: Additional ride leaders: Looking for volunteers to lead A and B paces; I will lead a b/C pace
Distance: B and C Rides; 35 miles (McBrayer, Oregon, Gilberts Creek), An A Ride can be 44 miles, extra mileage on Keenon Road west of US127.
Pace: B/C Pace (12-14 mph), All Comers Ride
Terrain: 2 - Easy Rollers, 3 - Moderate Rollers, 5 - Hilly
Map and cue sheet both
The ride is swept
Rain cancels - check Ride Announcements Forum one hour before if unsure
Restroom facilities are available nearby
There will not be a store stop
moderate to strenuous; one lane roads, some twisty, some metal grate bridges, rough pavement.
Two gas stations nearby the start. Twice goes down to the KY River at Oregon and along Gilberts Creek. Road markers are green posts with vertical writing Have a water/bathroom stop at the Warwick Foundation approx. 2.7 miles beyond Ebenezer Church on the right on a steep downhill. see
Warwick is a historical nonprofit foundation not marked on the road. There will be a temporary sign at the entrance. Park your bike and walk back the gravel road 200-300 yards to the compound. Be respectful and take shoes off when go in the octagonal house to use the bathroom and to refill water bottles. Tap water is not potable. Use water in the gallon jugs. Maintain social distancing.
Please text me, Dixie, (859-227-6165)if you plan to ride. Helps with planning.
Mercer/Anderson 35 mile:
Mercer/Anderson 45 mile:
RIDERS SHALL NOT COME TO A RIDE IF THEY DO NOT FEEL GOOD, HAVE BEEN RUNNING
A TEMPERATURE, OR HAVE AN ACTIVE CASE OF COVID-19
Riders must maintain current social distancing guidelines - 6 feet apart - before, during and after the rides. Groups are limited to no more than 8-10 individuals. If there are more than
8-10 in a pace group, the group must split, with start times staggered by 5 minutes.
Masks are required before and after the ride where social distancing is difficult to maintain, per state guidelines. Masks will not be required
during the ride since wearing a mask adds stress to the respiratory system. However, the choice is up to the individual rider on whether to wear a mask
during the ride.
Recommended Rider Actions
- Ride with a partner or small group (10 or less please)
- Emergency contact information should be carried with you (this should be normal)
- Have an emergency backup that can come and get you if needed
- Have water, food, etc. for the ride or a store stop scheduled (this should be normal)
- Spare tubes, tools, etc. (this should be normal)
- TAKE PHOTOS and share on the clubs Facebook page
- Based on current guidelines including USA Cycling recommends riding side by side and/or if behind a person 10 feet or more
- If a registered rider decides to not ride he/she must contact the ride leader
- If the registered rider subsequently decides to not to ride, they will be required to contact the ride leader with this informatio