We had a free self guided GPS ride out of Harrodsburg, KY last fall and it was a lot of fun for us to host. This time Parts Unlimited provided us a set of tires to give away (Anakee3's) I have a route pretty much worked headed South this time and it's aimed a little more at the big bike crowd. The dual sport guys will still probably like it but this route has a little more Super Tenere / Vstrom feel to it. The speeds will still be relatively low but a little higher overall. There's some gravel, some dirt with gravel sprinkled on it, tar and chip, and regular old pavement, and maybe a little moss. There will likely be a little water too depending on the weather but nothing epic or youtube worthy (expect 2-4" deep, good gravel bottom, and a 4-5 feet across). I've tried to stay off the larger roads so there are many that are one lane skinny paved paths. The total route covers about 170 miles according to Garmin's mapsource. The route starts in Mercer County, then Boyle, Casey, Russell, Pulaski before returning back to Harrodsburg. There are several gas stations along the way so the DRZ400 and similar bikes shouldn't have any problem with gas. If you'll let me know you're coming, we'll have some food for you at the end of the ride. It's BBQ again but from another great source. You might want to pack a lunch though because you'll be out on the route during lunch hour. There's a few places along the route for snacks, drinks, and gas but nothing special. We'll also have 2 drawings for Anakee3 tires (one front and one rear of sizes that fit Vstrom, Super Tenere, 1200GS, etc. ) To be eligible for the free drawing you have to complete the ride on something the tire will fit. Time of departure 10:00am, 4/13/2013 Expected return around 4pm. Place of departure/return is 986 S College St, Harrodsburg, KY Cost to ride and eat: Free I'll have the GPS data posted soon after I proof ride it. I've ridden almost all of it a couple of times but there's been a few additions and I like to ride the data from beginning to end to ensure the continuity is ok. If anyone would like to volunteer to do that in the next week or so that would be grand.