Lee Garner          Miss Kentucky and Andy Murphy         Eicher

Riders can choose from 25, 50 or 100 mile routes on Saturday and 25 or 50 mile routes on Sunday.All routes are subject to change. The routes include fully-stocked rest stops every 10-15 miles, a great lunch stop each day and safety provided by volunteer EMTs, HAM radio operators, and bicycle repair from our partner bike shops. The route loops back to Louisville Water Tower Park on Saturday and Sunday, where you will be treated to a delicious meal, massage, and live music.

Your participation will help support programs, services, and research that make a huge difference to the people who must fight MS every day of their lives. 

Your participation in this year's ride got a little sweeter.  The Louisville Bicycle Club (LBC) will be giving each rider who signs up for the ride a one year membership to the LBC.  The LBC serves the greater Louisville Metro Area including Southern Indiana. They are dedicated to promoting the sport of bicycling and advocating for the rights of all cyclists.  Founded in 1897, the Louisville Bicycle Club has been one of the most active and progressive clubs in the Midwest. 

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is dedicated to a vision of a world free of MS.