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  • Sunday, October 16, 2022 1:40 PM | Bekki Livingston (Administrator)

    We started off 2022 with bone chilling weather and made it through some rain storms and chilly starts this fall, but the Mad Dogs made it through 2022.  Congratulations to everyone who rode one of the centuries this year.  Thank you to each one of you that captained one of these rides.  It's not that easy and it takes some time. LBC appreciates your commitment to this series.  

    Here are the official Mad Dogs for 2022 - those who completed 10 stages.

    mad dog finalist.xlsx

    Start training now for next year!!!!!  


  • Saturday, October 08, 2022 9:36 PM | Bekki Livingston (Administrator)

    Here are the points standings as of October 8th - the Medora Century

    Pointsheet10.8both.xlsx

  • Sunday, September 11, 2022 1:58 PM | Bekki Livingston (Administrator)

    We now have 14 riders who have completed 10 or more Mad Dog ride stages.  And we have 4 more riders who can qualify with one or both of the remaining stages - Medora and Margaritaville.

    Here are the point standings  Pointsheet9.12.pdf

  • Sunday, September 04, 2022 5:11 PM | Bekki Livingston (Administrator)

    We had 35 riders for this Century!  And we had 12 Mad Dog riders who are near or completed 10 stages.  Ned Putnam and Clint Phillips reached their 10th stage completing this century.

    Point sheet 9.4both.xlsx

  • Sunday, August 21, 2022 4:48 PM | Bekki Livingston (Administrator)

    CALENDAR has been updated with information on the A Good Second Century from Mile Wide Brewing in Louisville for Saturday, September 3rd led by Andy Murphy.

    Point Standings after PaulHenge:  points as of 8.20.pdf

  • Saturday, August 13, 2022 2:33 PM | Bekki Livingston (Administrator)

    We have 5 more Mad Dog Centuries left in our 2022 touring season.  Here are the standings as of August 13th.  We have 6 riders who have completed 10 stages.  OUR NEXT STAGE IS TO BE DETERMINED. WE NEEDED TO SWITCH RIDE CAPTAINS.

    Point sheet 8.13a.pdf

  • Friday, July 22, 2022 12:28 PM | Bekki Livingston (Administrator)

    Little Twirl for lunch - their credit machine could be down. Bring CASH

  • Thursday, July 21, 2022 7:40 AM | Bekki Livingston (Administrator)

    Saturday's ride is one many of you may have ridden in the past.  For those who have not here are some details.  The first store stop is a bit early.  22  miles.  With the predicted heat, I encourage people to take it easy up to the store.  Other than the climb up Leota Hill and some rollers, the first 22 miles are fairly flat and it is easy to go too fast on a day that is better spent conserving energy and sweat.  

    The climbs begin after the store stop on Shorts Corner.  There are no huge climbs in this section, but it is rolling and fairly constant. 

    The lunch stops are Little Twirl or K&E.  Little Twirl is at 49.3.  K&E is at 56.  Little Twirl has hamburgers, tenderloins, fish tails, chicken strip types of food.  K&E has broasted chicken and a small deli counter.  

    The third store stop is at Red Barn.  Amos has said he will have Gatorade and water.  There is a small selection of candy bars and crackers.  He also has pop.  The big climb comes a few miles before you reach the store.

    The course flattens out for the last fourth though it is rolling.  It travels past the Delaney Park trail head for the Knobstone hiking trail and there are Amish households along this section.  

    I rode the course about two weeks ago and there were no issues at that time.  I rode about 75 miles yesterday in the heat and it is quite doable.  Let me know if you want to start early.  I can't recommend riding alone in the heat as there will be nobody there is you have issues, but you are grown men and women and I often ride alone.  You might want to consider carrying an ice sock.  This is a tube sock that you can fill with ice at stops and sling around your neck allowing the ice to melt and run down.  Steve Rice first introduced me to the ice stop and it has saved my bacon in the past on very hot rides.  
    Melissa Hall, Ride Captain

  • Friday, July 15, 2022 4:17 PM | Bekki Livingston (Administrator)
  • Sunday, May 22, 2022 5:01 PM | Bekki Livingston (Administrator)
    Mike Kamenish 28:49.1
    Craig Dooley 28:56.6
    Samuel Bland 29:50.8
    Tom Hurst 30:17.5
    Fritz Kopatz 30:37.7
    David King 30:45.0
    Jonathan Lichtsteiner 30:53.7
    John Pellegrino 31:17.4
    Tom Askew 32:01.1
    Larry Preble 32:02.6
    Dee  Schreur 32:08.1
    Erik Nieman 32:11.9
    Michael  Crawford 32:51.6
    Bob Grable 33:01.5
    Amelia Dauer 33:02.2
    Phil Mattingly 33:29.4
    Melissa Hall 33:43.7
    Jeff  White 35:16.9
    Steve Puckett 36:01.5
    Ned Putnam 36:16.1
    Clinton Phillips 38:46.7


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