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Spectacular Saturday for Cycling in Adair County

2014-02-23 - Little Cake Road, Purdy, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
Wave after wave of cyclists passed in a road race nearing the start/finish line at the Purdy Separate Baptist Church yesterday, Saturday, February 22, 2014 along a course from Purdy to Snake Creek Road, up Knifley Road through Egypt to Knifley, across Elkhorn Road past Spout Springs, west on 206 to Little Cake Road. The cyclists above had just climbed one of the toughest inclines in all of road racing, the Little Cake Hill. The races brought one of the largest crowds to Adair County of any sports event. The Lindsey Wilson Cycling Road Race and Criterium continues today with the Criterium races, Sunday, February 22, 2014 starting at 9amCT, a one kilometer, four corner race on Adair County High School property at 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY. - CM

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