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Welcome to The Cameron Ponder Cycling Classic. The "CPCC" provides funding to the KSP Trooper Ponder Memorial Scholarship. For more information on the memorial fund please visit Trooper Cameron Ponder Memorial Scholarship Fund
Cycle through the lightly traveled and scenic rural roads of Central Kentucky. The ride will be escorted out of Elizabethtown by KSP. Join us as we honor hometown hero and Kentucky State Trooper Ponder along with first responders everywhere. Trooper Ponder’s badge number is 954. Therefore, $9.54 from every registration will be donated to the memorial fund. The SAG stops will also be staffed by first responders and their families. Registrations after 1SEP will receive swag based on availability.
Get it in time for the event: Order before 15JUL23 to get your jersey delivered in time to ride with it on 16SEP23. Any orders after that date will be completed after 23SEP23 and will ship after the event. We are very proud to offer this one-of-a-kind jersey that highlights all first responders and their efforts in all of our communities.
For additional Cameron Ponder Cycling Classic gear check our website.
This year we introduce "Spotlight" to bring additional awareness to the first responder community. This year we spotlight Paramedic Kris Morrison of Louisville. The mission of the "Okolona Fire Protection District is to preserve life and property and to promote public safety through the leadership, management and actions as an emergency services provider." Kris is an amputee that continues to serve his community. You will see him out on the course - Try and keep up. Central Kentucky Wheelmen will donate $1 for each registration to The Prosthetic Foundation.
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JOSEPH CAMERON PONDER
Trooper Cameron Ponder was shot and killed on patrol on September 13, 2015, while conducting a vehicle stop in Western Kentucky.
Trooper Ponder was a U.S. Navy veteran and had served with the Kentucky State Police for nine months. He was assigned to the Mayfield Station. He is survived by his fiancee, parents, three siblings, and grandparents.
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