Welcome to Kentucky Brotherhood

KBR is a group of passionate individuals that ride bicycles around the state of Kentucky to honor the state's fallen First Responders and their families. KBR riders are made up of Firefighters, Police Officers, EMS Personnel, and family of a fallen brother or sister.

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Check out our overview video from KBR2021, you will not be disappointed! This is just a small glimpse of what we do during our rides. Meeting with families and hearing their stories is inspirational for everyone. 

Thank you to everyone that makes this possible every year!

2024 KY Heroes 5k

Sunday, May 19

Danville-Boyle County Airport

2024 Kentucky Brotherhood Ride

July 16 - July 20

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2024 Ride

KBR2024 will start in Alexandria on July 17 and end in Georgetown on July 20. KBR will make stops in Covington, Owenton, Ballardsville, Louisville, Shepherdsville, Bardstown, Danville, Lexington, and various cities and towns along the way. The ride will cover approximately 350 miles while honoring 14 fallen First Responders from 2023.

Why We Ride

Each year the Kentucky Brotherhood Ride will honor Firefighters, Police Officers, EMS Personnel, Corrections Officer, and K9's who have lost their lives in the line of duty. 

Donate Now!

Please consider a tax deductible donation to the Kentucky Brotherhood Ride. Funds donated to this ride will go directly to support for the ride and to make a contribution to the families of the fallen we are riding for. 

Text KBR to 44321 for the link to our fundraising page!

KBR is proud and honored to be partnered with the following organizations

Trooper Cameron Ponder Memorial