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Russell Cave Ride & Jot 'Em Down

Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 5:30 PM until 7:30 PM
WLAP Radio station just north of Russell Cave Elementary School
3549 Russell Cave Rd.
Lexington, KY  40511
Christine M Cole
Weekly Ride
Registration is not Required

Primary ride leader: Christine Cole, 859-333-6736 
Additional ride leaders: 
Curt Breswick, 859-539-2454;  Fred Steinbrecher, 502-395-1035;  Bena Halecky, 859-321-4462.


Distance: 20 to 35 miles, depending on weather, pace, and time of year.

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

Terrain: 3 - Moderate Rollers

Map and cue sheet both provided.

The ride will have regrouping. 
The ride is swept.
Rain cancels - check forum one hour before if unsure.
Restroom facilities are available nearby.
There may be a store stop.


Overall Difficulty:



Details:  Welcome to Russell Cave!

Russell Cave is one of the best places to ride in the area.  The routes go through horse farms, beside streams and have some of the best rollers around.


-- A (18-20 mph) pace riders are welcome, but may not have a leader with the group.

-- A/B (16-18 mph) pace may or may not be swept or regrouped.

-- B (14-16 mph) pace is swept by ride leaders and will regroup as needed.

-- B/C (12-14 mph) is swept by ride leaders and will regroup at regular intervals.

-- A and A/B groups typically ride in a pace line.

-- B group may or may not ride in a pace line. 
-- B/C group does not ride in a pace line.


Just a reminder that club pace guidelines should be followed. The ride leaders request that all riders select the appropriate groups to ride with based upon your fitness and ride desires for the evening.


Tonight after the ride we will stop for sandwiches at the famous Jot 'em Down store, one of the oldest country stores in Kentucky, and a Bluegrass Bike Partner.