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The 3rd Annual Bourbon and Tobacco Tour

Old 12-11-19, 04:53 PM
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The 3rd Annual Bourbon and Tobacco Tour

UPDATE 6/11//2020 - NEW DATES! September 12-13, 2020.









Good pavement, nice gravel, light vehicle traffic, courteous drivers, and the hills of western Kentucky in the springtime - what's not to like? Well, your legs might complain about some of the gradients, but the descents make it all worthwhile. And the riding companions - unparalleled.

A few updates for the COVID mess:

Rather than meeting at my house for dinner, we'll just pick up dinner in Cadiz and meet at the park on the west side of town to eat and tell biking lies. My wife will be much happier with this, and there's plenty of parking and tables for us. Because I don't know what will transpire between now and the ride, please bring a mask and put it in your jersey pocket.

There are plenty of places to pick up some food - pizza at Casey's, mexican at El Bracera, Sonic, Wendy's, Taco Bell, KFC, Triplets, Cracker Barrel, and Subway. I'd rather have everyone at my house for a cookout, but I'm trying to make some adjustments that will work for everyone. I appreciate your understanding.

Dinner on Friday, September 11:

For those folks coming into town on Friday, we'll meet for dinner at Triplett's BBQ in Cadiz for dinner around 6pm. The restaurant is on US68/KY80 just west of I-24 at exit 65.

Saturday, September 12:

We will meet at 9:30am at the LBL Golden Pond Visitor Center on the Woodlands Trace Road, at the intersection of US-68/KY-80. There is plenty of parking at the visitor center. I will have some repair/adjustment tools, grease, chain lube, floor pump, work stand, and some spare tubes and patches. Hopefully no major repairs will be needed before, during, or after the ride but we'll be prepared for the usual (and some of the unexpected). We'll roll out from the parking area around 10am.

There is no cost for these rides. If you want to chip in a little for the Saturday post-ride cookout, that would be appreciated, but it's neither expected nor required.

The route:

The route has been updated for 2020, and is entirely within the LBL. This loop starts and ends at the Golden Pond Visitor Center in LBL, and is about 56 miles, all paved, with about 3500 feet of climbing. There are a small number of actual turns in this route, so there should be no issues with navigation or getting lost. I will give my cell number to riders, should assistance be needed during the ride. Cell coverage isn't always the best in LBL, so bear that in mind. This is an unsupported ride, but we will do our best to help everyone finish up safely.

Click here to see the route in RideWithGPS

Click here to see the cue sheet for the full route

Click here to see the cue sheet for the partial route

Other cool stuff to do:

If you want to come in a day early, or stay over for a day or two, you could follow the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. If you like bourbon and want to sample the offerings by several distilleries, this is a great way to do it. Check out where the distilleries are located and plan your route.

You can drive north on the Trace Road, and drive through the Elk and Bison Sanctuary. There's a small fee at the entrance to the sanctuary, and it's well worth it. I've been there more than once and it's a unique opportunity to see herds of bison and elk moving around the area. You do have to be in a vehicle - a bicycle vs a 2000 pound bison - no thanks.

There is a trap range close to the Lake Barkley Lodge, so if folks are interested we can shoot some clay targets. No prizes, just bragging rights. I have shotguns, ammunition, and clay targets - so all you'll need is hearing and eye protection. If you've not done this before, it's challenging and fun. If you're new to this, I'll be happy to help you to shoot safely.

Post-ride cookout:

See the COVID notes above for Saturday dinner plans.

Sunday, September 13 - ride the trails:

If folks are interested, we'll take some fatter-tired bikes out for some trail riding on Sunday. There's a lot to choose from, the map links below will give you an idea of the variety available to us. A good choice is the Hardwoods Trail, from east to west all the way to Kentucky Lake. Mostly crushed limestone and a lot of fun. I would rate this trail as easy/moderate. Bikes with road tires won't be the best choice for this - wider tires are the best way to go.

A local friend and riding buddy will lead the gravel ride on Sunday, he knows the gravel routes in LBL much better than I do.

At the north end of the LBL, there is a good singletrack loop named the Canal Loop. I would rate this loop as moderate/difficult

There is fairly new option, the MTB trails in Livingston County, to the north of LBL. I've ridden there a few times and it's a lot of fun. The trails are rated intermediate/difficult, so bring your "A" game. Be advised, you will want some tread on your tires for these trails.

We'll figure out when and where to meet during the cookout and I'll update the information here.

LBL Hike and Bike Trails

LBL Maps - click the trails tab

Livingston County MTB Trails

There are 500 miles of trails and 200 miles of roads in LBL. It is great to have this area so close to home. Not all of the trails are available for bicycling, so check the website while you scout a potential route.

Click here to see a good gravel route in RideWithGPS

Temperatures to expect:

The average high temperature in September is 83 degrees, and a low average temperature of 58 degrees, so pretty good riding weather.

Lodging:

Here are some options for lodging and some suggestions for restaurants in the area.

Kenlake Resort Park Reservations - this is the best choice if you want to ride to the start

Lake Barkley Lodge Reservations

Both are reasonably priced and are just a few minutes from our starting place. Kenlake and Lake Barkley both have restaurants too. For those folks arriving on Friday, we'll meet for dinner.

Red Roof Inn in Cadiz

Quality Inn in Cadiz

Both of these are at I-24 exit 65, and within walking distance of Triplets. Driving time to the ride start point from these hotels is about 20-30 minutes.

Bike Shop:

Bikes and Moore in Hopkinsville is a great shop that I'm happy to call "home". I couldn't find a complaint if I tried. Good folks and they'll be happy to help you out, should you need more than a tweak or two. They have knowledgeable mechanics and a good parts inventory too.in Hopkinsville is a shop that I've been to many times, and I couldn't find a complaint if I tried. Good folks and they'll be happy to help you out, should you need more than a tweak or two. They have knowledgeable mechanics and a good parts inventory too.

Questions:

Reply in this thread or send me a PM if you have any questions. I'll do my best to help.

Please watch your speed while driving in LBL, it's federal land, so speeding tickets are expensive - paraphrasing Agent K - "the rangers do not have a sense of humor they're aware of."

I hope to see a lot of you at the ride.
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It is a bit far for me to attend but I appreciate all the thought and work that goes into planning one of these events. Sounds like it will be a lovely time.
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I'll try to make this one! Hope I can maintain fitness over the winter.
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I have never been to any of these meetups...

...but I'm not far from this, like 3.5 hours away in Chattanooga. If I don't move, I'm in, I like reasons to get in shape and 40-50 mile range is up my alley.
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I have the dates written down and am looking forward to it. Having done it before I can tell you this is one you should attend. Aside from the company, the riding in this area is second to none.
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Hmmmmm. This is just two weeks after Eroica California.

Gotta run this past Mrs. Doc to see what's on the calendar that weekend....
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It's on my radar, and penciled in on my calendar. The determining factor for me will be whether or not my kids will be with me that weekend.
The terrain map above kinda scares me a little!
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Wouldn't miss it, I'll be there. This will be round three for me as well, gets better every year.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
Nice mix, not brutal.
Agreed, a portion of some of the climbs are done for you with gravity from the previous one. The other thing I like is people are very patient and kind on these roads. They hang way back until it's wide open and completely safe to pass, then go around using the other side of the road.
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Wow, that’s the weekend of my 60th birthday and would be a very cool way to celebrate it.
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Agreed, a portion of some of the climbs are done for you with gravity from the previous one. The other thing I like is people are very patient and kind on these roads. They hang way back until it's wide open and completely safe to pass, then go around using the other side of the road.
Agreed on the drivers on these roads - I've not had a single close pass, not a single car horn in LBL. The drivers wait behind you as you crest a hill and pass when it's clear. They don't seem to be bothered by waiting a few seconds to make it safe for everyone to enjoy the area. Makes me proud to live and ride here in Kentucky. I'm sure there will be a jerk at some point, but the history of my riding in the area is excellent. The park rangers have been very helpful if you have questions or need something - everyone just gets along and enjoys being outdoors.
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While it's too soon for me to commit to this, I'd really like to make it. In addition to looking like a beautiful ride, I'd like to ride with Robbie and Dale again soon. Thanks for setting this up, Dale!
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I'm in

I'm going to trek back home (Livingston County native) to join this ride. I came to know some of my favorite people on this very forum; looking forward to riding with some more of you.
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^^^^^ ColonelJLloyd We're looking forward to seeing you at the ride. I ride the new MTB trails in Livingston County just off I-24. Good trails and a lot of fun. Bring an MTB and ride both days.
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And looks like I'll be there with ColonelJLloyd , trecking down from the Northeast. Looking forward to it!
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nlerner that's great to hear. Let me know if you need any help with anything. Make sure you bring an MTB for Sunday!
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nlerner that's great to hear. Let me know if you need and help with anything. Make sure you bring an MTB for Sunday!
Afraid I'm only bringing one bike on the plane, but it'll have 35mm tires, and I'll let some air out for off-roading!
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^^^^^ ColonelJLloyd We're looking forward to seeing you at the ride. I ride the new MTB trails in Livingston County just off I-24. Good trails and a lot of fun. Bring an MTB and ride both days.
Edit: Neal beat me to it.

I'd like to, but I don't think it's in the cards. I will likely have two companions with me (one forum member, another longtime friend) and I think we'll all be on 700x35 tires. I could bring a second wheelset with 2.1" tires, but my pals won't have that option. A couple years ago I rode a good bit of the single track in LBL on the 650b wheelset over several days and had a lot of fun.





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700x35 tires would be fine on the LBL Hardwoods Trail, but you'd need some decent tread for the Livingston County MTB trails. I'm not sure who will ride the trails on Sunday, but we'll figure out something so that everyone can have a good time.
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I'm going to trek back home (Livingston County native) to join this ride. I came to know some of my favorite people on this very forum; looking forward to riding with some more of you.
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Originally Posted by RobbieTunes View Post
I'm definitely in, year 3.

I'll begin my cycling day around 8 a.m. and be at the start around 9:50 for my 1st rest stop, after one or the other of the loops.

My goal is to get a metric in and get showered up so I can leave for St. Louis and be there by 4:30 pm or so, ready for an event (Rotary).

This is a "mileage year," with commitments, so I have to get creative.
Oh, I might have to join you for the pre-ride, Rob, as I’d like to make this my ride-your-age event.
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I rarely ride with young people, but I can make an exception.
We can make sure none of them join us.
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As far as I know now, the 3rd Annual Bourbon and Tobacco Tour is still on. I know some folks were planning to come from a long ways away, and that they might be reconsidering the trip. I understand and respect your decisions.

Having said that, I hope that we are able to get together and enjoy a nice couple of days worth of riding in the hills of western Kentucky in the springtime.

If anything changes, I will post it here.
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As of today (March 31) I've decided to postpone the ride. We'll see what happens over the next few weeks and make a decision on the new dates as soon as we reasonably can.

A lot of events have been cancelled or postponed, so I'm not alone in making that sort of decision. We'll find a weekend and ride the hills of western Kentucky.

Please stay tuned for updates.
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NEW DATES SELECTED! MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE WEEKEND OF SEPTEMBER 12-13, 2020.

I've updated the first post on this thread to include the new dates. I also added two additional hotels, both in Cadiz. Restaurants are currently open in Kentucky, but the number of tables has been substantially reduced to allow additional space between diners.

I have an update to the route (on the southern loop) that will add about 12 miles to the total, so we'll be close to 60 miles for the entire route.

With a lot of larger events being cancelled, let's make this one happen. Good riding, good comversation, and biking in the hills of western Kentucky - what's not to like?
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