Ride Features

Horsey Hundred 2024

The Horsey Hundred is the premier cycling event in Kentucky and the signature event of the Bluegrass Cycling Club. We’ve come a long way since the inaugural Horsey Hundred was held at the Kentucky Horse Park (Lexington, KY) in 1978. The first event featured 50-mile routes on Saturday and Sunday with an optional Century ride on Saturday.   No records exist of how many participated the first year, but the next year (1979) had 65 participants. The event now hosts well over 2,000 riders.

Kick off your weekend with a blast on Friday filled with excitement and activities, including optional rides across the stunning Bluegrass Region led by the Bluegrass Cycling Club. Explore a plethora of cycling-related vendors, tantalizing food trucks, and live entertainment.

Saturday takes center stage with five diverse route options, spanning from a 26-mile out and back to the renowned Century route. Then, on Sunday, take your pick from four rides ranging between 21 to 74 miles. Both days offer a picturesque expedition through the scenic wonders of the Bluegrass region, treating you to breathtaking sights such as horse farms, charming historic towns, meandering streams, captivating stone fences, lush pastures, and even stops at iconic bourbon distilleries and the state capital.

Rest assured, the entire ride is fully supported, ensuring your comfort with frequent rest stops stocked with not only the right nutritional necessities but also delicious treats carefully selected to power your ride.

We've Moved

This year, we’re saddling up at Charles Brooking Park in Georgetown, Kentucky. 

Why the change in location? More space for fun and activities! Charles Brooking Park offers ample parking, a larger expo area, space for RV/Camper parking, space for tent camping, a wider variety of food trucks, and Country Boy beer. We believe this change will create a more enjoyable experience for all our amazing riders.

While our venue location has changed, what won’t change is the many beautiful routes you can choose from, the support you expect during your ride, and our legendary hospitality. This year our Saturday route options head West with the two longer routes rolling you through our scenic State Capitol of Frankfort.

We are also still proudly partnered with the amazing Georgetown/Scott County community, ready to cheer you on every mile.

We can’t wait to welcome you to a memorable Horsey Hundred filled with thrilling rides, delicious eats, new friends, and plenty of good times.

When
Memorial Day Weekend
May 24-26, 2024
Where
Charles Brooking Park
Georgetown, KY
the ride

what's included

At the Park
  • Big Tent Entertainment (Fri & Sat)
  • Bike Expo (Fri & Sat)
  • Friday Food Trucks (on your own)
  • Full Meal on Saturday
  • Light Meal on Sunday
Rider Perks
On Route
  • Route maps and cue sheets.
  • Rest stops provided about every 15 miles
  • Roaming SAG vehicles and a SAG hotline for rider assistance.
  • Bike mechanics at start/finish and at selected rest stops. (NOTE: Riders are responsible for payment for any parts needed for bike repairs.)
  • The beautiful rolling hills, stone fences, river palisades, horse farms and charming small towns found only in Kentucky!
Around Town
  • Georgetown Food & Music
  • Midway Food & Music
See Lodging & Tourism for more information

203 miles

of unique roads

3 days

of riding

10

rest stops
timetable

event schedule

May 24
Friday
9am - 3pm Routes Open
2pm - 10pm Vendor Expo Open
3pm - 9pm Check-in Open
4pm - 10pm Food Trucks Open
6pm - 8pm Entertainment
May 25
Saturday
6:15 - 10:15amCheck-in Open
7 - 10:30amRoutes Open
7am - 6pmVendor Expo Open
12pm - 6pmPost Ride Meal
3pmSunday Registration
4pm - 8pmEntertainment
May 26
Sunday
6:15am - 9:15amCheck-in Open
7am - 9amRoutes Open
11am - 2pmPost Ride Meal
11am - 2pmEntertainment
Join the Challenge
Kentucky Cycling Challenge

The Horsey Hundred is an anchor ride for the Kentucky Cycling Challenge. Organized by Bike Walk Kentucky, a non-profit group that advocates for safe bicycling and walking across Kentucky, five rides across Kentucky come together for this rewarding “challenge” series. Learn more about this great program and follow sponsored activities by clicking the links below.