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  • 20 Jun 2012 11:37 AM | David R King (Administrator)

    Saturday was Stage 7 of the 2012 Tour De Mad Dog.

    The Green River Century.

     

    Ride Report:
    From Jim Moore:

    The Tour de Mad Dog Stage #7 took place down in Campbellsville last
    Saturday, with 32 participants. It was a fun/interesting mix of riders,
    with six locals, two from Berea, one from the state of Maryland, and the
    remaining 23 from the greater Louisville area.

    The weather was near perfect: often sunny and warm, but with frequent
    patches of cloud cover helping to keep us a little cooler, and a little
    welcome rain on some but not all.

    "Wow, here's another one. How many of these gorgeous spots do y'all have
    around here?" was the type of comment I kept hearing all day. The answer is
    "Plenty more." We are very fortunate down here in Central Kentucky to have
    a great many lovely places to ride..... if you don't mind a few hills.
    Everybody seemed to especially enjoy the 2-mile descent from Raikes Hill --
    the highest spot on the route -- through a tunnel of unspoiled woodlands.
    Even the climbs -- there were 3 or 4 tough ones plus innumerable easier
    ones -- were beautiful (except, maybe, for the place where your legs burned
    out and your lungs exploded -- sorry about that).

    Special words of thanks are due to Campbellsville University for letting us
    leave our cars on campus, and to my wife Nevalyn for coming to the rescue
    of a rider with a shredded tire.

    Y'all come back soon!

    Grizzly


    ---------
    Thanks to Jim Moore for hosting this TMD Stage again. Great infrequently traveled roads.

     

    Results:


    The Stage Winner was Cathy Hill and the draw bonus was a Single bike for 1 minute(everyone but Steve and Jody get this). There was also a 2 minute difficulty bonus for completing this stage. I will be looking at the club stats for the results. There is also a 0:02:00 difficulty bonus for this ride. The Roll of the die was 5. That means groups of 11 will get a 7 second bonus. Stage Winner, Cathy Hill, has the option of giving a 10 second penalty to whomever she decides. Cathy please contact me off list on what you decide. Once I get her decision I will post the results.


    If I missed you on the results let me know off list.


    Here are the Results and finishing groups for the Stage:

    I have 27 riders listed as finishers.

    96.8 miles


    Stage Winner at 4:50:24

    Cathy Hill

    Stage Winner group Team "Captain" at 4:51:24

    Robin Reams
    Cheryl Brownell
    Kirk Roggenkamp
    Larry Marco *
    Jim Moore
    Mike Pitt


    Group of 8 Team "You always Remember Your First" at 4:52:24

    Kristin Dunlevy
    Jody Patterson
    Steve Maurer
    Ford Barr
    Ron Oliver *
    Dick Rauh

    Group of 3 Team "Ridge Toppers" at 4:55:24

    Matt Tinal
    Steve Meredith
    Jason Willis

    Group of 3 Team "It IS a Race" at 4:55:24

    Carla Dearing
    Mike Kamenish 
    Steve Montgomery


    Group of 2 "Fools in the Rain" at 4:57:24

    Joe Lobred
    David R. King

    Group of 2 "Great Day" at 4:57:24

    Susan Pyron
    John Pyron

    Group of 2 "Yahoo" at 4:57:24

    Ronnie Gray
    Eric Graf *

    Group of 2 "Yahoo" at 4:57:24

    John Larson
    Dave Combs

     

    Abandoned

    Michael Crawford
    Nick Yates *
    Dave Bennett*
    Brian McClure


    Ride Safe,

    David R. King

    2012 TMD Director


     

  • 14 Jun 2012 2:50 PM | David R King (Administrator)

    To all interested,

    Saturday was Stage 6 of the 2012 Tour De Mad Dog.

    The Shoals Century.


    Ride Report:
    I was not there but I can tell you it was Hot! And the day was long for some and short for others.

    Thanks to Steve Meredith for hosting this new TMD Stage. I hope every on had a good time.

    Results:

    The Stage Winner was Mac Hubbard and the draw bonus was a Ride Captain Bonus 10 second Per with a max of 2 minutes. I will be looking at the club stats for the results. There is also a 0:02:00 difficulty bonus for this ride. The Roll of the die was 3. That means groups of 9 will get a 7 second bonus. Stage Winner, Mac Hubbard, has the option of giving a 10 second penalty to whomever he decides. Mac please contact me off list on what you decide. Once I get his decision I will post the result.


    If I missed you on the results let me know off list.

    Once again we will have some movement on the podiums. GC to be posted next week


    Here are the Results and finishing groups for the Stage:

    I have 33 riders listed as finishers.

    113.7 miles


    Stage Winner at 5:41:06

    Mac Hubbard


    Stage Winner group Team "Definitely Done" at 5:42:06

    Sandra Hubbard


    Group of 8 Team "You always Remember Your First" at 5:43:06

    Liz Cull *              
    Cathy Hill   (6-rc=1:00)
    Ford Barr
    Eric Robison (1st MD century)
    Larry Marko *            
    Richard Heckler * (8-rc=1:20)
    Jeff White
    Kirk Roggenkamp  (6-rc=1:00)

    Group of 7 Team "Friendly Hoosiers" at 5:43:06

    Mike Jenkins *
    Stephen Dunsford
    Joe Lobred
    Bob Grable
    Charles Bird *
    Randall Davis  (4-rc=0:40)
    Eric Graf


    Group of 5, Team "Its not a Race" at 5:45:06

    Carla Dearing
    Mike Kamenish  (1-rc=0:10)
    Steve Montgomery (4-rc=0:40)
    Mike Pitt
    Eric Shultz

    Group of 3 Team "Wild Horses" at 5:46:06

    Nita Bernat   (4-rc=0:40)
    Lawrence Preble (7-rc=1:10)
    Jim Whaley

    Group of 3 Team "Hungry" at 5:46:06

    Susan Pyron
    John Pyron
    Scott E Hoback *

    Group of 3 Team "Cramp-n-up" at 5:46:06

    Matt Tinal
    Ronald Oliver *
    Tom Nance *

    Solo  Team "Drilled Out In The Flatz" at 5:51:06

    Tim Chilton

    Solo  Team "Captain Comeback" at 5:43:06

    Steve Meredith  (1-rc=0:10)


    DNF
    Robin Reams
    Richard Hoo.

     

    Abandoned
    Dick rauh
    Andy Horvay
    Janioce Theriot

    Jason Sieber

     

    I have seen may discrepancies in the Abandon list and I am going over then now. I feel the womwnes side is correct at this point.

     


    Ride Safe,

    David R. King

    2012 TMD Director

    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    If there people did not complete stage 6 the need to complete stage 7 this weekend or they will be abandoned:

    Brian McClure*
    Jason Sieber
    Dave Combs
    Michael Crawford
    Dave Bennett*

    In addition if these people did not complete stage 6 they will need to comlete stage 7 or 8 or they will be considered abandoned:

    Kristen Dunlevy, Lise  Andreasen, Susan Pyron

    Jim Moore, John Pyron, Mike Barr, Nate Callaway, Jeff White, Chaz Dunlevy, Thomas Nance, Randy Davis, Scott Binzer, Jason Sieber, Nick Yates, Bob Grable

    Also, If anyone DNF'ed Stage 6 by either not finishing or comming in after the alotted time remember the 2 DNF rule. We have a Rule that say you will be considered abandoned if you DNF 2 atempted stages in a row.

    Ride Safe,

    David R. King

    2012 TMD Director 

     

  • 25 May 2012 3:52 PM | David R King (Administrator)

    Sunday was Stage 5 of the 2012 Tour De Mad Dog.

    The Salem Century.


    Ride Report:
    I was not there but I can tell you it was Hot! And the day was long for some and short for others.

    Thanks to Steve for hosting this Stage again this year.

    Results:


    The Stage Winner was John "The Vaccinator" Larson and the draw bonus was a Bike type= Recumbent for 1 minute. If you qualify for this bonus let me know by Thursday 5-31 at 5:55 PM and I will credit it to your time. There is also a 0:01:30 difficulty bonus for this ride. The Roll of the die was 6. That means groups of 12 or more will get a 7 second bonus of which there was none. Stage Winner, John Larson, has the option of giving a 10 second penalty to whomever he decides. John please contact me off list on what you decide. Once I get his decision I will post the result.

    If I missed you on the results let me know off list.

    The Stage has been set with 19 Women and 57 Men. How many will complete the Challenge?

    Once again we will have some movement on the podiums. GC to be posted next week

     

     

     

     

    Here are the Results and finishing groups for the Stage:

    I have 40 riders listed as finishers.

    105.7 miles


    Stage Winner at 5:17:06

    John Larson


    Stage Winner group Team "HeatWave" at 5:18:06

    Melissa Hall
    Mark Rougeux
    Scott E Hoback
    Tom Keith (NM)
    Paul Battle
    Ted King


    Group of 8, Team "Saltydogs" at 5:19:06

    Jody Patterson
    Ford Barr
    Mike Pitt
    Donald Snow *
    Jim Moore
    Ron Dobbs
    Rick Croslin
    Mike Kamenish


    Group of 6, Team "We Got Birds Too!!" at 5:19:06

    Susan Howell
    Cathy Hill
    Kim Stanton
    Wes Warren
    Steve Montgomery
    Kirk Roggenkamp


    Group of 5, Team "Hot and Sweaty" at 5:20:06

    Connie Hillenbrand *
    Joe Lobred
    Brooks Hillenbrand *
    Mike Jenkins *
    Stephen Dunsford
    Paul Rutledge (NM)


    Group of 4, Team "Better late than never" at 5:21:06

    Mary Ann Heckler *(Completed 1st Md Stage )
    Ellen Mackim *(Completed 1st Md Stage )
    Richard Heckler *
    Charlie Drexler *(Completed 1st Md Stage )


    Group of 3 "2 Ugly Men & 1 Podium Girl" at 5:22:06

    Julie Lerner
    Tim Chilton
    Scott Binzer *

    Group of 2, Team "Hotter the Better" at 5:24:06

    Kelly McGill
    Perry Finley

    Group of 2, Team "I'm Hurryin' home Ma!" at 5:24:06

    Steve Meredith
    Matt Tinal


    Solo  Team "Cramped & Dangerous" at 5:27:06

    Scott Howse


    Solo  Team "New to the Crew" at 5:27:06

    Eric Graf *(Completed 1st Md Stage )

     


    Next Stages

     


    Sunday, June 10


    8:00 am – 112/63 mi. #4 To Shoals Home of the Jug Rock,[TMD #6] The ride starts in Harrison Co. IN. and will travel through Washington,

    Orange, Lawrence, and Martin Co. where Shoals is located. Take I64 west to Greenville Exit, HWY 150 to Palmyra, In. at 4way stop take right, parking at First Harrison Bank on Left.


    Saturday, June 16

    8:00 am – 60/100 mi. #4. Green River Century [TMD Stage #7]. A beautiful tour of south-central Kentucky, around the Green River Lake area and on through Taylor, Adair, Casey, and Marion counties. Starts in Campbellsville at C’ville Univ.’s Heilman Student Complex.

    Hope everybody had a good ride,

    To Be Abandoned List:

    If there riders do not complete Stage 6 They will be considered abandoned:
    Andy Horvay
    Jason W?*
    Mac Hubbard
    Dick Rauh
    Sandra Hubbard*
    Janice Theriot

     

    If there riders do not complete Stage 6 or 7 They will be considered abandoned:
    Brian McClure*
    Jason Sieber
    Dave Combs
    Michael Crawford
    Nick Yates *
    Dave Bennett*

     


    Ride Safe,

    David R. King

    2012 TMD Director

     

     

  • 15 May 2012 3:22 PM | David R King (Administrator)

    Saturday was Stage 4 of the 2012 Tour De Mad Dog.

    The Crestwood Killer.

     

    Ride Report:

     

    One of the toughest Mad Dog Centuries returned once again this year and it was again the 4th stage of the tour. The Crestwood Killer once again showed how it got its name. This is considered a mountain stage but it also has is fair share of flat roads where you can really crank up the pace. I have heard someone say "It' like riding the Medora century but adding 7 big hills". The hills are spaced out as well as they could be 1 before the first stop, 2 before the lunch stop, 2 before the 3rd stop and 2 before the finish. The kicker is the last 7 miles where there are no major hills but the only flat part is the last mile. While the course itself is a big challenge the weather this year turned out pretty good again. It was cool in the morning but after the second major climb it was comfortable. The predicted, mostly cloudy day, turned out to be partly sunny with mild temps and low humidity. Groups finished over a large span of time and the last group even flirted with the time cutoff. This is the first time I remember that happening since 2005 on the Old Salem century when most rider got caught by a huge thunderstorm only 6 miles from the finish. Luckily everyone made it in on time, even the rider who showed up 30 minutes late. Congratulations to everyone who finished. After a little recovery you should have some good hill climbing legs for at least a few months. Keep up that fitness level and the rest of the riding season should be a little easier.

    Thanks to Jody and Steve for hosting this Stage again this year.

     

    Results:

     

    The Stage Winner was newcomer Charles Bird and the draw bonus was an additional minute for 40-49 year olds. If you qualify for this bonus let me know by Thursday at 2:43 PM and I will credit it to your time. There is also a 2:00 minute difficulty bonus for this ride. The Roll of the die was 6. That means groups of 12 or more will get a 7 second bonus of which there was none. Stage Winner, Charles Bird, has the option of giving a 10 second penalty to whomever he decides. Charles please contact me off list on what you decide. Once I get his decision I will post the result.

    Once again we will have some movement on the podiums, but both Yellow jerseys are safe.

     

     

    Here are the Results and finishing groups for the Stage:

    I have 21 riders listed as finishers.

    106.4 miles

     

    Stage Winner at 5:19:12

     

    Charles Bird

     

    Stage Winner group Team "Bird Brains" at 5:20:12

     

    Ted King

    Robin Remas

     

    Group of 7, Team "7 Ain't Enough" at 5:21:12

     

    Nita Bernat

    Carla Dearing

    Lynn Roberts

    Larry Preble

    Ford Barr

    Eric Shultz

    David R. King

     

    Group of 5, Team "Attack and Dismount" at 5:22:12

     

    Liz Cull (Completed 1st Md Stage )

    Jody Patterson(RC rule 5:21:12)

    Larry Marco (Completed 1st Md Stage )

    Ronald Oliver

    Steve Maurer(RC rule 5:21:12)

     

    Group of 4, Team "Goat Thieves" at 5:23:12

     

    Melissa Hall

    Bill Pustow

    Steve Rice

    Matt Tinal

     

    Group of 2, Team "Backtracker" at 5:26:12

     

    Julie Lerner

    Scott Binzer

     

    Solo  Team "Bonus Miles" at 5:29:12

     

    Steve Royse

     

    Next Stages 

     

    Sunday, May 20

    8:00 am – 106 mi.#4.

    SalemMad Dog Century (TMD Stage #5). Water Tower Square Office Park just west of the 2nd StreetBridge, Jeffersonville, IN.

    Sunday, June 10

    8:00 am – 112/63 mi. #4 To Shoals Home of the Jug Rock,[TMD #6] The ride starts in Harrison Co. IN. and will travel through Washington,

    Orange, Lawrence, and Martin Co. where Shoals is located. Take I64 west to Greenville Exit, HWY 150 to Palmyra, In. at 4way stop take right, parking at First Harrison Bank on Left.

    Hope everybody had a good ride,

    Ride Safe,

    David R. King

    2012 TMD Director

  • 09 May 2012 6:10 PM | David R King (Administrator)

    Saturday was Stage 3 of the 2012 Tour De Mad Dog.
    The Buckner River Dance.

     

    Ride Report:
    Great ride with some new roads or new portions of roads for most people(I think about 10 miles of new roads for me). This was a substituted stage for flooding reasons last year. The weather was great although windy. We also had some new riders show up to try it out. Congradulations to Connie Hillenbrand for finishing her first Mad Dog Century. and As a reward she will be in the Lead for the White Jersey in the Womens Division.
    Thanks to Larry for hosting this Stage once again. I have 46 riders listed as finishers.


    Results:

    The Stage Winner was Steve Meredith and the Bonus was an additional 1 minute bonus for the stage winner. There is also a 1:30 minute difficulty bonus for this ride.
    The Roll of the die was 1. That means groups of 7 will get a 7 second bonus.
    Stage Winner, Steve Meredith, has ther option of giving a 10 second penalty to whomever he decides. Once I get his decision I will post the result.
    Its early and looks like we will have some movement on the podiums.

     


    Here are the Results and finishing groups for the Stage:
    99.7 miles


    Stage Winner at 4:59:06

    Steve Meredith

    Stage Winner group Team "Small Group" at 5:00:06

    Mike Mullen (NM)


    Group of 11, Team "Under the legal Limit" at 5:01:06

    Kim Stanton
    Bruce Heichelbach
    Wes Warren
    Steve Montgomery
    Bob Grable
    Nathan Callaway
    Mike Kamenish
    Charles Bird*
    Joe Lobred
    Jeff White
    Ted King


    Group of 10, Team "Gone with the Wind" at 5:01:06

    Nita Bernat
    Connie Hillenbrand
    Kristin Roggenkamp/Dunlevy
    Lise Andreasen
    Brooks Hillenbrand
    Chaz Dunlevy
    Larry Preble
    Donald Snow
    Richard Heckler
    Ford Barr

    Group of 5, Team "Twingy" at 5:02:06

    Susan Pyron
    John Pyron
    Bill Pustow
    Steve Rice
    David King

    Group of 3, Team "Charge the Headwind" at 5:04:06

    Tim Chilton
    Scott E Hoback
    Perry Finley


    Group of 3, Team "Headwind" at 5:04:06

    Ronald Oliver
    Randy Davis
    Mike Barr


    Group of 3, Team "Lucky Rode off from us" at 5:04:06

    Mike Pitt
    Jim Moore
    Stephen Dunsford


    Group of 2, Team "WindsOcks" at 5:06:06

    Matt Tinal
    Jason Willis

    Group of 2, Team "Windproof" at 5:06:06

    Melissa Hall
    John Larson

    Group of 2, Team "Fixed" at 5:09:06

    Steve Royse
    Dave Rudy (NM)

    Solo Team "Ice Cream Power" at 5:09:06

    Mike Jenkins

    Solo Team "Wound out" at 5:09:06

    Thomas Nance

    Solo Team "Just Shoot Me" at 5:09:06

    Chris Quiry


    Next Stages 
    Saturday, May 12

    7:00 am – 100 mi. #4+. Crestwood Killer Century [TMD Stage #4]. Crestwood Station Shopping Center, Crestwood, KY. Ride #700 at www.kybikerides.org. This route is well known for its seven major climbs (cumulative gain of > 8,600 ft). But it also offers beautiful vistas, great downhills, and some of the prettiest roads around these parts. If we are really lucky, the goat will be in the minivan again. Don't ask - just come and experience for yourself! Granny-gear not required, but you will want one.

    Sunday, May 20

    8:00 am – 106 mi.#4. Salem Mad Dog Century (TMD Stage #5). Water Tower Square Office Park just west of the 2nd Street Bridge, Jeffersonville, IN.

    Hope everybody had a good ride,
    Ride Safe,
    David R. King
    2012 TMD Director

  • 11 Apr 2012 4:48 PM | David R King (Administrator)

    Saturday was Stage 2 of the 2012 Tour De Mad Dog.
    The Lawrenceburg Loop.

     

    Ride Report:
    One tough ride that we generally do in the earlier months of the year. This day was no different. Well, maybe it was. The warmer than normal temperatures this spring have been a pleasent surprize but the morning started out cool.  The temperatures at the start had people dressing in about every fashion possible. Arm warmers, jackets, vest,leg warmers and tights. Up to the first stop in Baghdad the weather was cool but sunny with light wind, time to shed some cloths. The ride from Baghdad to Lawrenceburg was back to normal; Hills, hills, and more hills. We didn't have the thunderstoms and hail like last year and Big Eddy was open again. Lunch at the DQ seemed necessary and a few sundae's needed to be consummed and some more cloths needed to be shed.  The third Leg from Lawrenceburg to Mt. Eden  seemed quick as usual with a few hills and an quick cautious jaunt down KY 44 but once we got off than road the calm and less traveled roads came back to us. Leaving Mt. Eden we were at the hottest part of the day. The sun remained and a slight chill came back with the low humidity levels.  A left onto Rockbridge and the hills once again came back to remind us the ride was not over yet.
    A lot of riders today. Some I haven't seen on a century in a couple of years.A couple of the new riders returning for their second stage in a row got to find out that all centuries are not created equal. Stage one was a flatter ride while stage 2 is on the hillier side. But it appeared that everyone survived and may have learned a thing or two. 

     

    Thanks to Steve Rice For Captaining us on the Ride. I have 39 riders listed as finishers.


    Results:

    The Stage Winner was Susan Howell and the Bonus was for Handlebar bag or Brevet bag. There is also a 2 minute difficulty bonus for this ride.
    If you see an (*) by your name I have you listed as having a Handlebar bag or Brevet bag. If I'm wrong and you did not have a Handlebar bag or Brevet bag or I don't have you listed as having a Handlebar bag or Brevet bag let me know SOON and I will correct your time.
    The Roll of the die was 6. That means groups of 12 or more will bet a 7 second bonus.
    Stage Winner, Susan Howell, has declared that Nita Bernat will be given the 10 second penalty. this will pull her closer to the rest of the women in General Classification.  
    Its early and looks like we will have some movement on the podiums. Results to come later after I get the bonus adjusted.

     


    Here are the Results and finishing groups for the Stage:
    99.6 miles

     

    Stage Winner, Team "Let the dogs out" at 4:58:48


    Susan Howell


    Group of 14, Team "Old, Verry Old and New" at 5:00:41

    Nita Bernat
    Matt Tinal
    Mark Rougeaux *
    Michael Crawford
    Larry Preble
    Ronald Oliver
    Joe Lobred
    Charles Bird
    Thomas Nance *
    Ford Barr
    Randy Davis
    Bill Pustow
    Lynn Roberts
    Paul Battle

     

    Group of 5, Team "Last but not forgotten" at 5:01:48 <5:00:48>

    Steve Rice (RC Rule 5:00:48)
    Cathy Hill
    Kirk Roggenkamp
    Ted King
    Donald Snow
    Nick Yates (NM) <is a Member>


    Group of 4, Team "ol' Racers" at 5:02:48

    Dave Bennett
    Tim Chilton
    Bryan McClure
    Scott E Hoback
    Dave Blackburn (NM)

    Group of 3, Team "2 Bikes Make 3" at 5:03:48

    Jody Patterson *
    Steve Maurer *
    David R. King

    Group of 2, Team "Puddles and Sparks do mix" at 5:05:48

    Melissa Hall
    Mike Pitt

    Group of 2, Team "Ace and Gary (aka Paducah or bust)" at 5:05:48

    Jason Seiber
    Mike Barr

    Group of 2, Team "Crash Test Dummies" at 5:05:48

    Chris Quiry
    Jason Willis

    Group of 2, Team "Dairy Queen Now" at 5:05:48

    Susan Pyron
    John Pyron *

    Solo, Team "Houston Bound" at 5:08:48

    Dave Combs

    Solo, Team "pedalin' Machine" at 5:08:48

    Steve Royse *

    Next Stage Sunday 4/15/2012
    8:00 am – 100 mi. #3+. Buckner Riverdance Mad Dog Century, [TMD Stage #3]. Ride start at YMCA in Buckner, Ky. I-71 north to Exit 17, turn left. Go two blocks and turn left again on Quality Place (before the RR tracks). Go down to the end of Quality Place, turn right; please park away from the main building. Map and Cue sheet on www.kybikerides.org, Ride # 6051.

    Hope everybody had a good ride,
    David R. King
    2012 TMD Director

     

     

     

     


     

  • 20 Mar 2012 11:45 AM | David R King (Administrator)

    <I'd like to thank Cathy and Kirk for keeping the Pack safe in my absence.

    Below are the results for the Stage that I have so far. This is largely what Kirk wrote but I have added a few items.>

     

    Here are the results for last Sunday's Dishonest Abe century stage.

     

    Stage winner was Nita Bernat (yes, on her single), so it seems she will

    carry the women's Yellow Jersey into the next stage.  Bonus draw was

    "standard double gearing" that will earn any eligible riders an additional

    two minutes off your times listed here.  You can email Dave <(dkmdbambam@aol.com)>

     if you qualified for this bonus.  The roll of the die was a

    "three", meaning groups of nine could earn another bonus.  There were no

    finishing groups that large.  Dave, I threw some old chicken bones and a

    voodoo doll in the Mad Dog box to go with the die for the next stage.  <Kirk,

    I just hope those weren't the lucky chicken bones you carry with you on rides.>

     

    <As of Now I have Tim, Janice, Jeff W., Perry and the Pyrons for the standard double bonus. I need to hear from anyone else eligible as soon as you can. Nita has informed me that she has given the 10 second penalty to David R. King.

    There is other information I may need from you as well, for bonuses. I will take care of this as the Tour goes on either by e-mail, in person or over the phone. Those entering at stage 2 will receive the standard 26 minute penalty for not attempting the stage. There will also be some major shuffling of the Leader Boards.>

     

    Stage Winner Group:  "Four Rebels"  time = 4:59:12

    Nita Bernat (stage winner time = 4:58:12)

    Donald Snow

    Lise Andreasen

    Ford Barr

     

    "Indiana Dunk'n" time = 5:00:12

    Jim Moore

    Ted King

    Bob Grable

    Joe Lobred

    Mike Jenkins

    Steen Dunsford

     

    "Thanks, Mom!"  time 5:00:12

    Nate Calloway

    Janice Theriot

    Andy Horvay

    Kristin Dunlevy

    Chaz Dunlevy

    Cathy Hill

    Kirk Roggenkamp

     

    "Wind Warriors"  time = 5:00:12

    Mark Rougeux

    Jeff White

    Jason W. (?)

    Ron Oliver

    Steve Meridith

    Matt Tinal

    Mike Kamenish

     

    "Taint Skeered"  time = 5:05:12

    Jason Sieber

    Mike Barr

     

    "Fixed and Flat"  time = 5:05:12

    Steve Royse

    Dick Rauh

     

    "Team

    Louisville- Gruesome Twosome"  time = 5:05:12

    Bryan McClure

    Tim Chilton

     

    "Loving the Wind"  time = 5:05:12

    John Pyron

    Susan Pyron

     

    "Brooks and Done"   time = 5:05:12

    John Larson

    Dave Combs

     

    "Dynamic Duo"  time = 5:05:12

    Sandra Hubbard

    Mac Hubbard

     

    "Burning Daylight"  time  = 5:08:12

    Perry Finley

    Any mistakes with names and results are mine.  Email Dave King with any

    corrections and he'll get you fixed right up.  Everybody who rode today is

    officially entered in the 2012 Tour de Mad Dog.<If you are an LBC Member.>

    I think I counted 37 of us here.  Pretty good turnout for so early in the season.

    Next chance to jump in the tour is Sat 4/7 when Steve Rice will captain

    the Lawrenceburg Loop century.

     

    Kirk R <David R. King>

  • 07 Mar 2012 9:57 AM | David R King (Administrator)

    To All Interested,                                 

    Here are the results of The 2012 Tour De Mad Dog Prologue.

     

    I would like to thank all who came out for this short ride to test their early march legs. This year was a little bit warmer than last year and we got the treat of flurries to start off the day. I was shocked when I pulled into the Parking lot and saw so many riders. I even passed on up on the road who was riding to the start.

     

    I would like to thank Nita Bernat, Sandra Hubbard and Mac Hubbard for helping me line everybody up and keep the time. This task was a little easier this year (Missed you Sparky, sort of).                                

     

    Although it was a bit warmer is was a bit more difficult. The first half was nice with a big tailwind and overalll decline for the first half. But since this was an out and back we had to face inclines and headwind which really made a difference.

    With the weather, I was surprised we had 23 riders show up. A slight increase over last year and we had some new and young faces along with some of the usual suspects and some we have not seen in a while.                                  

     

     

    Well to the Results.

     

    Your Winners were Tim Chilton and Nita Bernat.                                 

     

     

     Women                                  

    Position            Name               Actual Time

    1                Nita Bernat                0:18:34

    2                Jody Patterson           0:19:20

    3                Janice Theriot            0:21:28

    4                Kristen Dunlevy         0:21:34

    5                Sandra Hubbard        0:23:31

    6                Missy Thompson       0:25:59

     

     Men                           

    Position            Name               Actual Time

    1                   Tim Chilton         0:17:03
    2                   David R King      0:17:39
    3                   Thomas Nance     0:17:43
    4                  Andrew Thai         0:18:06
    5                  Lawrence Preble    0:18:26
    6                  Jon Kindig            0:18:28
    7                  Ronald Oliver       0:18:30
    8                  Steve Montgomery      0:18:38
    9                  Mac Hubbard       0:19:00
    10                Steve Maurer       0:19:20
    11                Nathan Callaway     0:19:33
    12                Zachariah Ramsey   0:19:49
    13                Mark French        0:21:04
    14                Ford Barr             0:21:05
    15                Chaz Dunlevy       0:21:07
    16                Donald Snow       0:21:19
    17                Richard Heckler    0:22:37

     

    Rider entering the Tour from Stage 1 through Stage 5 will be given a default time of one minute greater that the Last person in their division.                        

     

    There will be no need for the Makeup Time trial on 3-18 so we are set to start the Century Stages.                               

     

    Stage 1                                    

    Sunday, March 11th                            

    8:00 am – 100 miles #3 Dishonest Abe Century [TMD Stage #1] Iroquois Park Amphitheater Parking Lot. A mostly flat out-and-back route from Iroquois Park with one significant climb up Holsclaw Hill going to New Haven, Ky. and the same hill from the other side coming back.  Pace will be geared for riders doing their first century of the year.  Remember to "spring ahead" your clocks one hour to be on time and enjoy the first day of daylight savings time for the year.                           

    For further information contact the Ride Captains or look at

    http://www.kybikerides.org/ for course details ride# 1702

     

    Stage 2 will be in April

     

    If You notice any inaccuracies please let me know.

    Ride Safe,

    David King

    2012 TMD Director

     

     
  • 02 Mar 2012 1:27 PM | David R King (Administrator)

    What to do?

    1. If 12 comes up make the bonus for groups of 12 or more?

    2. Groups of 6 or greater than 12 have no chance for the 7 second bonus?

    3. Bring extra dice so we can roll into the numbers greater than 12?

    4. Other?

    You guys help me decide what are we going to do? But this needs to be decided before 3-4-12.

    If I don't hear anything I'm leaning towards option 1.

  • 22 Nov 2011 4:59 PM | David R King (Administrator)

    Boston-Munfordville-Boston Century. 

    Ride Report:

    This was the final Stage of the 2011 Tour De Mad Dog. I would like to thank everyone who could attend any TMD event this year. We got Lucky with the weather and were able to get all stages done.
    Thanks to the Ride Captains , Volunteers and Riders for making this another great year.
    There were 37 People who completed the challenge this year. Thanks to Rocky and Mule Dog for Working on an award for the People who completed the challenge.
    Thanks to our club and our sponsors who helped with the award as well. They will be visible on the award and reminders to us of how our community supports us in our quest to extend our love of cycling into something more.
       

     


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    I have 16 riders listed as finishers.
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    Results:
    The Stage Winner was Susan Howell. There was a 1 minute draw bonus for age being 20-24. That bonus was awarded to no one. If you qualify and I don't have you listed get in touch with me.

     

    Here are the Results and finishing groups for the Stage:
    100.6 miles
     
    Stage Winner at 5:01:48
     
      Susan Howell
      
    Stage Winning Group at 5:02:48 Team "Stayin' Alive"

      David King
      Steve Rice
      Mark Rougeux
      Jeff White

    Group of 11 at 5:03:48 Team "Double Yellow"  

      Nita Bernat
      Carla Dearing
      Larry Preble
      Bob Grable
      Matt Tinal
      Mike Kamenish
      Jim Moore
      Dave Tank
      Bruce Heichelbach
      Jim Whaley
      Clay Cralle
     
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    Thanks to everyone who participated this year. Captains, Volunteers and Riders
     
     
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    Ride Safe,
    David King
    2011 TMD Director

     

     

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