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Midway Wednesday

Wednesday, September 27, 2017, 6:00 PM
Midway Christian Church
123 East Bruen St.
Midway, KY  40347
Summer Weekly Ride
Registration is not Required

Primary ride leader: Randy Thomas, (859) 312-9891 Additional ride leaders: Linn Laborda (859) 338-3209; Troy Hearn (859) 967-8359; Mark Bukowski (859) 536-2872; Tim Melton (859) 221-3221; Laura Fields (859) 509-1351; Melinda Pierce ; Gary Jenkins (502) 210-0086; Mike Staton; Melinda Pierce (859) 588-1575;  Mike Staton (859) 396-5530


Distance: Ride distances will range from 15 - 40 miles depending on pace and time of year.  Each pace group ride leader will decide weekly what their route will be.  Routes for that week will be posted on the BCC Facebook page every week.

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), EF (20+ mph)

Terrain: 2 - Easy Rollers, 3 - Moderate Rollers, 4 - Strenuous Rollers, 5 - Hilly, 6 - Significant Climbs
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 at the starting location
No store stops- Route over 30 miles


Overall Difficulty:

Routes and difficulties will vary by pace group and time of year.  Routes will often vary from week to week.  Check the BCC Facebook page each Wednesday to see that day's choices.



MIDWAY WEDNESDAY strives to offer a ride for everyone.  Midway offers the opportunity to ride a lot of different (and changing) routes.  You will travel (mostly) low traffic rural roads bordered by some of the Bluegrass Region's most beautiful and famous horse farms, lush landscapes, historic stone fences, streams and the Kentucky River.  Ride leaders make every attempt to give you the best ride experience possible.  Your help in making this a great experience not only for you but for other riders will be appreciated.  What can you do to help?  Listen to your ride leader and help the group maintain the stated pace and riding instructions (e.g., regrouping, paceline rotation, etc.)  Talk to one of the ride leaders beforehand if you are unsure what group will be best for you.


Midway is an historic Kentucky community offering some of the regions finest dining as well.  Stay after and enjoy food and fellowship with your fellow riders.



  Check the BCC's Facebook page each Wednesday to view (and download if you

like) that days pace group routes.