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Saturday, July 22 – 8:00 A.M. – White House Middle School, 2020 Hwy. 31W, White House 37188 – Fogbee Foray into Kentucky! OR

                                7:15 A.M. – Beech High School, 3126 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville 37075 – for extra miles!

This Saturday we have the special opportunity to ride with the Fogbees, who have developed some fascinating routes through eastern Robertson County and across the State Line into Kentucky!  We’ll start at White House, which is actually quite easy and quick to get to.  There are options of 44, 54, and 65 miles.  All of the routes have a rest stop at mile 27, and the Long route has another at mile 48.  The Short route doesn’t actually make it quite to Kentucky, but the other routes do!  There’s some great riding country to the north, and we appreciate Dave Miley and Mike Knake for coordinating with our club once again.

While the official ride starts at 8:00 at White House, Sean Samber, a strong Fogbee rider who sometimes joins our HBC rides, is going to lead a group from Beech High School at 7:15 to join the 8:00 group.  This adds 7-8 miles and a good climb.  After the official ride, Sean will return to Beech with the group and add even more miles if they want!

Don’t miss this chance to see some very different country without leaving home!  Here are the cue sheets:

Fogbee Foray into Kentucky – Long route – GPS

Fogbee Foray into Kentucky – Medium route – GPS

Fogbee Foray toward Kentucky – Short route – GPS


July 22, 2017
8:00 am - 2:00 pm
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White House Middle School
2020 Hwy. 31W
White House, 37188 United States
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