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Ramblin' River Tour / USBR 35 AASHTO Identified Corridor

Traveling east from the starting point to the route will take you along the scenic bluffs of the Mississippi River shoreline. This tour will travel along the border of the Kentucky in Hickman at the Mississippi River in far western Kentucky to the South Shore at the Ohio River in northeastern Kentucky.
download Ramblin'River Tour KMZ file​

Bluegrass Tour / USBR 21 AASHTO Identified Corridor​

This tour through the heart of Kentucky begins in the foothills of the Appalachians at the Kentucky-Tennessee border and travels through the famed Bluegrass Region.|
download Bluegrass Tour KMZ file

TransAmerica Bike Tour / USBR 76 AASHTO Approved

The Kentucky section of this national trail is more than 600 miles long. It runs west to east though the center of the state from rural Crittenden County at the Ohio River to the mountainous Pike County.
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Underground Railroad Bike Tour / USBR 25 AASHTO Identified Corridor

The Underground Railroad Bicycle Route honors the bravery of those who fled bondage and those who provided shelter. The Kentucky part of the Underground Railroad Bike Tour follows the paths taken by slaves escaping from states further south and from Kentucky into the free states north of the Ohio River. It begins at the Tennessee border on The Trace running northward up to and northeastward along the Ohio River before crossing into Indiana at Brandenburg. It reemerges into Kentucky at Milton passing eastward through Northern Kentucky before leaving Kentucky in Maysville to continue on through Ohio. Among the historic areas closely associated with the Underground Railroad along or near Kentucky's parts of the route are the National Underground Railroad Museum in Maysville and Augusta which contains many sites important to the Underground Railroad.
download Underground Railroad Bike Tour KMZ file​


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Program Contact Information
Lynn J. Soporowski, P.E.
Branch Manager
Division of Planning