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The Frankfort Crew

When:
Monday, June 19, 2023, 6:00 PM
Where:
Various Locations in Frankfort, KY. See Facebook post to be sure!
Frankfort, KY  
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Troy Hearn
859-967-8359 (c)
Category:
Weekly Ride
Registration is recommended
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee

Primary ride leader: Troy Hearn, 859-967-8359 Additional ride leaders: Glenn Mitchell (502) 229-6170,  Linda Word (502) 500-0154, Tom Hellman (502) 330-7338, Arnd Zander (502) 382-8364, Greg Kever (859) 321-5579, Bill Robinson;

 

Distance: Ride Distance varies by group and by time of year.  See Facebook post the day of the ride.

Pace: C Pace (10-12 mph), B/C Pace (12-14 mph), B Pace (14-16 mph), A/B Pace (16-18 mph), A Pace (18-20 mph)

Terrain: 2 - Easy Rollers, 3 - Moderate Rollers, 4 - Strenuous Rollers, 5 - Hilly Map and cue sheet both The ride will have regrouping, The ride is swept Rain cancels - check Ride Announcements Forum one hour before if unsure

https://bcc.clubexpress.com/content.aspx?page_id=2154&club_id=740127&item_id=11721

There are no restroom facilities

There will not be a store stop

 

Overall Difficulty:

Difficulty will vary by Pace Group and time of year.  The goal is fun for all!

 

Details:

The Frankfort Crew Ride is designed to be a fun ride for cyclists of all 

levels of experience and fitness.  Riders are never left behind and alone.  

New riders to this group are encouraged to arrive early and talk to Troy or Mitch to assure they find a pace group to their liking.

 

PLEASE NOTE that the Frankfort Crew moves the ride start location around to different areas of Frankfort several times over the year to keep it 

interesting!  Be sure to check the BCC Facebook page the day of the ride.  

The Ride Leaders will typically post the routes there so riders can print them out, if needed, or load them to their GPS units.