Southern Kentucky, Northern Tennessee riding at Thanksgiving???

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  • Southern Kentucky, Northern Tennessee riding at Thanksgiving???

    Just found out I'll be solo for the Holiday and have 5 days off. Looking at web generated weather averages it still lends itself to riding.

    Any truth to that? I realize it depends on weather fronts, ect.

  • #2
    I live in West ky

    Ky, and i ride year round. Thanksgiving here can be 75 degrees, or 10 degrees. The best riding close to here is an hour or so away to the east.

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    • #3
      Thanks Duckster

      I just booked a room in Maggie Valley, so even if it rains some there's things to do

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Shoeman View Post
        Thanks Duckster

        I just booked a room in Maggie Valley, so even if it rains some there's things to do
        You may want to rethink staying up in the mtns in the winter to ride a bike.

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        • #5
          Not looking very promising is it?.

          Gonna play it by ear and use the 74 hour cancellation policy.

          Up here (Michigan) looks like an instant replay of last year.

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