2019 Red Kettle Ride Details
Time & Location
About the Event
The 3rd Annual Red Kettle Ride will take place on October 5th in Decatur, Alabama. All proceeds from this ride will go to the Salvation Army, and support the fine work that they do in our community! The ride will feature a 28, 62 and 82 mile option
82 Mile Route
The 82 mile option will take riders out to some scenic views, and quiet roads in Morgan County. This route will have over 4200 feet of elevation gain with a mixture of challenging climbs, and rolling roads. You will have the chance to stop at least five times at supported rest stops that are set up along the way.
62 Mile Route
The 62 mile option will take riders out to some scenic views, and quiet roads in Morgan County. This route will tackle the challenging Gum Springs and Gandy Cove climbs before turning around to head back to the finish in Decatur. You will have three rest stops that are spread out over the 62 mile distance.
28 mile route
The 28 mile option will take riders out on the same path as the longer distances, and feature two challenging climbs in Indian Hills. There will be a rest stop at the turn around point which will allow you to refuel before heading back in to the finish in Decatur. The route is slightly longer than the map shows due to the software not being able to show the turnaround properly.
Included with you registration is an event t-shirt, and a post-ride meal provided by Big Bob Gibson's BBQ at the Decatur Daily.
Registration Fees vary, and they can be found on the online registration page.
On-site registration on Friday, September 7th, or Saturday, September 8th will be $10 more for all distances.