COID-19 and the Challenge
I have been getting questions about the effect that this virus will have on the KCC. As of this time there are no changes, however a final decision will be coming sometime in the first week of April. The KCC has no control over what individual rides may or may not do. We will adapt and adjust and make whatever changes needed to be made to the challenge as fair to all as possible. Stay tuned to your email, FB and/or here for any announcements. Thank you for your patience
How to Earn a Jersey
You must be a KCC registered rider, registration will be limited to the first 600 people who register. The KCC registration is free. You must also register for and pay for each participating ride and then show up, ride and then you must check-in at the KCC check-in table with proof of mileage upon completion of each ride event. All rides are rain or shine the only exception is for hazardous weather or thunderstorms.
The Century Challenge
Any Kentucky Cycling Challenge registered rider who completes all five KCC century rides, riding and registering in all five participating rides, will earn a free 2020 Kentucky Century Challenge 500 Mile jersey and a free pair of matching shorts or bibs.
The Metric Challenge
Any Kentucky Cycling Challenge registered rider who completes all five participating metric century routes or rides 300+ miles, riding and registering in all five participating rides, will receive a "Kentucky Metric Century Challenge" jersey and a free pair of matching shorts or bibs.
The Cycling Challenge
Any Kentucky Cycling Challenge registered rider who participates in at least four out of the five partner rides and rides at least 250 miles will earn a free “Kentucky Cycling Challenge” jersey. Any registered participant who attends all five rides and has a mileage total of 125 miles or more, may purchase a jersey at $32.
The final jersey design may be altered before production