We are well within a month from the third annual Highlands Passage ride through Daniel Boone National Forest. Join us for 108 miles and 8,000+ ft of climbing, or 37 miles and 3,000+ ft of climbing through Red River Gorge and Cave Run Lake. This is a paved road ride with an 8-mile section of hard-packed gravel to an optional (encouraged) viewpoint. If you have joined us on our last two rides, you should be in great shape for this one. Roadies, if you haven't yet joined us for one of our rides due to their gravely nature, this ride is for you!
108 Mile Route: Click here.
37 Mile Route: Click here.
Route Cue Sheet and Map: Click here.
If you are interested in joining the SBW crew for an extended weekend of camping and bike riding (gravel, paved, and/or mountain), around the Red River Gorge and Cave Run Lake region of Daniel Boone National Forest, e-mail us for details.
NOTE TO RIDERS
Never been on one of our rides and curious about pace? For all of our rides we provide each rider with a map, cue sheet, and GPS route information. Then, we encourage you to partner up with another rider/group of a similar pace, follow the map, and do your own ride at your own pace, whether that is a casual all-day tour, or a brisk ride racing your friends to the top of the next climb.
In the case of extreme weather, this ride will be rescheduled.
This ride is 100% free and self-supported which means we are not offering any form of ride services or sag. By voluntarily joining us on this ride you are acknowledging that you are fully responsible for yourself and your bike. If you cannot complete the ride, be prepared to self-rescue or to navigate your way back. We highly recommend bringing a friend to ride with.