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Whiskey City Challenge riders in the Men’s 4/5 Category fly past East High Street spectators and storefronts in downtown Lawrenceburg during the day-long event late Saturday afternoon. A field of over 270 riders, pros and amateurs, showed up to compete for a fourth-straight year, despite the intense Ohio River Valley heat and humidity, on the .67-mile criterium course.

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Men’s 4/5 Category winner James Tootil of Franklin, Tennessee, riding unattached, breezed across the finish line with a 4-block lead in Saturday’s Whiskey City Twilight Challlenge.

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Newly-awarded state champions Audrey Baker (left) of Noblesville., and Allison McCurry, of Crestwood, Ky., finished 1-2 in the Women’s 15-18 Category amateur race in the Whiskey City Twilight Challenge Saturday

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A closely-bunched pack of riders in the Men's 4/5 Category 25-lap race for amateur riders leans into the turn from East High Street onto Elm, with dizzying speed, on the .67-mile downtown course as one of 13 events in Saturday's Whiskey City Twilight Challenge.


LAWRENCEBURG - In the neighborhood of 270 cyclists, professional and amateur racers, braved 90-plus degree heat and high humidity in the fourth annual Whiskey City Twilight Challenge criterium even


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