Saturday June 10th, 2017
Limestone Cycling Tour, also known as A Ride to Remember, is our annual century ride. Entering it's ninth year, the LCT is a showcase of Maysville and the amazing cycling roads surrounding it. The change to downtown as home base for the LCT two years ago was a great success! Once again beginning at the historic Washington Opera House and for the fourth year coinciding with Maysville's annual wine festival Uncorked, the Limestone Cycling Tour has become a weekend event not to be missed. We have four routes with distance and difficulty to match any cyclist's desire, with 22, 40, 62, and 100 mile routes to choose from. All routes are fully supported, two of our many local covered bridges are even included amongst the SAG stops. We will also be having unsupported group rides for Friday and Sunday (free, of course!), so plan on staying a while to fully explore our little corner of Northern Kentucky and Southern Ohio! As always, all event proceeds go to the Zachary Ruble Memorial Scholarship Fund administered by the Hayswood Foundation, a renewable scholarship available to eligible Mason County High School seniors. Come join us for a fabulous ride for a fantastic cause!
Limestone Cycling League would like to thank our First Gear Sponsors for once again helping make the Limestone Cycling Tour possible!
Edward Jones Investments - Maysville, KY offices of Chris Haney, Phil Hyland, Ron Lynch, and Brendan Bussell
Family Practice Associates - Maysville, KY medical office of Dr. George Gallenstein III
SES Graphic Design - http://sesgraphicdesign.com/
Limestone Cycling Tour start time for all routes on June 10th is 8:00am
Entry - $35 ($40 day of the event) - includes a t-shirt (for pre-registered riders) and a voucher for post-ride grub off the grill at O'Rourke's Pub on Market Street
Friday's group ride will start at 6pm from the French Quarter Inn parking lot and will likely be heading across the river into Brown County, Ohio for 20-25 miles. Be prepared for some climbing! Sunday's ride will roll at 10am from the French Quarter as well, destination as of yet undetermined but expect 35-40 miles on the Kentucky side again. routes will not be marked, but a few club members will be going and cue sheets will be available.
LCT Route maps/elevations