A group of cyclists following the Wilderness Trail passed through Hodgenville June 10.
The 12 cyclists on the 31-day tour started in St. Louis and will end in Virginia July 1, with riders traveling 50-60 miles a day.
Organizer Tom Armstrong said the members of this group come from all across the United States. Their ages range from 50 to 75-years-old.
Historical Trails Cycling, based in Lincoln, Nebraska, offers rides every summer following some historical trail. The first trail ridden was the Oregon Trail in 1993. In the last 16 years, the group has also made the Lewis and Clark Trail.
The group changes every year and most of the trip is spent camping at sites along the way.
While in Hodgenville, the group camped at the LaRue County Fairgrounds.
For more information visit the Historical Trails Web site at www.historicaltrailscycling.com.