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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 36 miles / 57.9 km
  • Ride Time: 1-2 hours
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $2.74
  • State: Kentucky
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Okay, my dad actually came up with the name of the route. He has ridden it a couple times, and showed it to me today. He is a creative old pervert, and I think thats why he mapped it out the first time.The route starts in a part of northern Kentucky that is between Florence, and Union, and some maps still have it marked as Sugartit. Google Sugartit, Ky, and that's where it will put you.Starting here, travel south on US 42. 42 is a four lane highway for this part and it's kinda boring. The road narrows in a couple miles to a two lane relaxing and scenic ride past horse farms. The next town you travel through is Beaverlick. Yup, Beaverlick. Starting to get the theme? I told you he's an old pervert. (Don't ask me how it got the name. You can look that up yourself. I just adds to the enjoyment of living in KY) US 42 soon intersects 338 (Beaver Rd). There is an old derelict general store still standing at the intersection that was called the 'Beaverlick General Store.' I wish I still had one of their postcards, it always made people smile.Now that you're on Beaver Rd, you have probably seen the signs for the next attraction. A state park that every man can appreciate (even if it's only on his birthday). Big Bone Lick State Park. Yes there is a state park named this, and no, I don't think that's how it got it's name. It's a great stop off on the way. There are short paved walks, long hikes, fishing, camping, and they even have a Bison enclosure to learn more about the archeological history of the area.Continuing along 338 (Beaver Rd), you will eventually encounter an option. Keep following 338 to the next amusing name, (take a right onto East Bend Road) or do as we did since you're in the area. Going straight at the stop sign onto Lower River Rd, we went to Rabbit Hash to get a cool drink and watch the river go by. (You can try to make a perverted joke about this part if you want, but my dad has been trying to for a while now and nothing good) Take your time on Lower River Rd. There is a point where the road disappears over a small rise, and can surprise you with a sharp right hand turn. (It sure surprised me) The Rabbit Hash General Store is a great stop, and there is always a crowd on the weekends.Leaving Rabbit Hash, most people follow Rabbit Hash Hill Rd up the hill (this will take you back to 338). Instead, turn left and continue on Lower River Rd. A slow drive along the river which will eventually meet up with Ky18. Turning left (North) onto 18 will lead you to the next amusingly named town, Belleview Bottoms. For some reason, the maps don't say 'Bottoms' but everybody I know refers to the place as 'Belleview Bottoms' including the old man. The 'Bottoms' is what connects this to the route.Just outside of Belleview Bottoms, Ky 18 meets Ky 20. Turning left onto Ky 20 will lead you to Petersburg, Ky. I know Petersburg is kind of a stretch on this tour of innuendo, but according to the old perv, everything starts or ends in Petersburg. Words to live by. Petersburg doesn't really have much to see, but as you follow Ky 20 up the hill and out of town, the road gets a little twisty. Once at the top of the hill, it levels out and the curves turn back into long relaxing sweepers.We ended the route at I-275 to head home since there were no more good names to link to.

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