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Additional Bike Tour information can be found at http://BourbonCountryBurn.com.
The Bourbon Country® Burn is a three-day, fully-supported bicycle tour of the bourbon distilleries and thoroughbred horse farms that make Kentucky famous. Explore quiet country roads and quaint communities en route to world renowned distilleries nestled amongst the rolling bluegrass hills of Bourbon Country®. Choose from 1, 2 and 3-day registration options.
Decide each day just how much burn you want to earn, with various daily distance options ranging from 20 - 100 miles, and make stops at up to eight different distilleries throughout the course of the event.
After the ride, back at Bourbon Base Camp, savor the flavor of smooth Kentucky bourbon from the same distilleries you biked to earlier in the day. Enjoy quality live entertainment as you mix, mingle and muddle with friends, old and new.
Distilleries visited include: Woodford Reserve, Buffalo Trace, Four Roses, Wild Turkey, Town Branch, Glenns Creek, Castle & Key, Hartfield & Co.
|Bourbon Country Burn - All 3 Days (FRI, SAT, SUN)||
|3 days, up to 6 distilleries and 230 miles (shorter options available)!|
|Bourbon Country Burn - 2 Days (SAT & SUN ONLY)||
|2 days, up to 4 distilleries and 155 miles (shorter options available)!|
|Bourbon Country Burn - 1 Day (SAT ONLY)||
|1 day, up to 3 famous distilleries, 23-100 mile options!|
With the Bourbon Base Camp at the Kentucky Horse Park as it's hub, the Bourbon Country® Burn spends three days visiting eight various distilleries throughout Kentucky's Bluegrass Region.
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