A proposal to create the Kentucky Mountain Trail Authority is being discussed in Frankfort. The initiative would link together trails in 17 southeastern Kentucky counties for hiking, biking and horseback riding.

More adults across the country are strapping on helmets and hopping on bikes to get to work. That's good news for people's hearts and waistlines, but it also means more visits to the emergency room.

Hospital admissions because of bike injuries more than doubled between 1998 and 2013, doctors reported Tuesday in JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association. And the rise was the biggest with bikers ages 45 and over.

Bikes and Moore, Hopkinsville

"Moore Than Just a Bike Shop"

Summertime weather is upon us, and Hopkinsville underwriter Bikes & Moore is helping listeners across the region enjoy the great outdoors in style. Whether it's for fitness, racing, commuting, or just plain fun, Bikes and Moore matches people up with the "wind in their hair" bicycles of their dreams. 

The Land Between the Lakes hosts the White Lightning Cross Country Mountain Bike Race Sunday (June 7) and on Sounds Good, Kate Lochte learns more about the Canal Loop Course from Justin Harrison of the race sponsor Endurance Plus.

Kate Lochte visit with Dawson Springs Mayor Jenny Sewell on Sounds Good to learn more about the road, mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding and blueway trails earning the community the Kentucky Trail Town designation. Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear designated Dawson Springs as the state's first "Trail Town" as part of an effort to promote and develop adventure tourism opportunities across the Commonwealth. The city is developing several outdoor attractions including Pennyrile State Resort Park and State Forest, Tradewater River and Wildlife Management Area, and the Jones-Keeney Wildlife Management Area. Read more the about designation on Kentucky Tourism's website

'Adventure by Bike Leadership Camp' is a new service BikeWorld is offering for families. Its design is to allow teens between the ages of 13 and 15 an opportunity to navigate outside of their immediate neighborhoods, while providing safety and peace of mind when young teens explore by bicycle. Camp founder and BikeWorld co-owner Martha Emmons describes it as "helping teenagers become confident young leaders with a connection to Paducah." She speaks with Kate Lochte on Sounds Good.