Cyclists from several states and Canada await the start of the 2013 Horsey Hundred. The annual Bluegrass Cycling Club’s event uses GC as home base.

GEORGETOWN, KY – Georgetown College’s Summer Programs and Camps season kicks off Memorial Day weekend with The Bluegrass Cycling Club’s Horsey Hundred.

Registration for the 37th annual event is now open online.

The Horsey Hundred, scheduled for May 23-25, is an annual cycling event featuring a century ride (100 miles) as well as additional rides of varying distances for cyclists of all levels.

All Horsey Hundred rides will begin on the Georgetown College campus and will feature routes through some of Kentucky’s most scenic countryside. Additional event and registration information is available at

Proceeds from the Horsey Hundred help promote cycling, educate cyclists and motorists, as well as support cycling-related charitable activities in and around Lexington.

Other summer events on GC’s campus include the two-week Pre-College Academic Experience in Math and Science (PAEMS) from June 15-27 presented by the College’s Natural and Life Sciences Division; the second year of the three-week Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs, June 22-July 12, managed by Kentucky Science & Technology Corporation (KSTC) to promote the spirit of invention in Kentucky’s youth; the week-long Whitney M. Young Scholars program; a robotics camp; and numerous athletic camps, among others. A complete listing is available online.