Florida Bicycle Touring Calendar

September 2019

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September 7 (Sat)
Opelika AL
Johnny Ray Century
The Johnny Ray Century for Parkinson?s is a USAC sanctioned non-competitive event in Opelika, Alabama organized by the East Alabama Cycling Club. With routes ranging from 20 miles to 105 miles, there is something for the whole family. All riders will tour the lightly trafficked rural roads of Lee, Chambers, and Randolph Counties of East Alabama. Riders on the Johnny Ray Metric and Roanoke Express will ride over the World War II-era, steel Bailey Bridge and a rare wooden truss bridge. Riders on the Roanoke Express have the option to race the historic Johnny Ray train. Riders receive excellent support on the routes. Rest Stops feature a variety of foods and fluids. Expect special treats at select stops. Enjoy a continental breakfast including breads from Panera. A catered lunch awaits you! The JRC is #7 in the ALABAMA BACKROADS CENTURY SERIES!
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Info: https://alabamabackroadscycling.wordpress.com/johnny-ray-century/
Last update 2019-02-16 Ride ID 2694 posted by Alabama Backroads Century Series (268)
 
September 8 (Sun)
Fernandina Beach FL
30th Annual Endless Summer Watermelon Ride
Enjoy a wonderful bike ride on Amelia Island through Fort Clinch State Park and points along coastal roads and marshes. Come check out the League of American Bicyclists? 2013 Bronze Level award winner, Fernandina Beach. We?ll provide pre-ride snacks, rest stops, a post-ride lunch, mechanical support, motorcycle escorts, and roving SAGs. This is a great training ride for MS! Make your ride a vacation destination. Check the registration page for details and prices for hotel packages. Five routes: 20/30/55/75/100 miles. Sign up at http://www.registerESWR.com
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Info: http://www.registerESWR.com
Last update 2018-12-04 Ride ID 2582 posted by North Florida Bicycle Club (68)
 
September 21 (Sat)
Huntsville AL
All You Can Eat Century
With a newly-designed route in 2017, the "AYCE" was a great success! Cyclists pedal from Huntsville, straight north into middle Tennessee. Huntsville is so close to Tennessee that the three longer routes, even the half century, can reach the Coldwater Creek, TN watershed for some truly wonderful cycling! A portion of the event proceeds will go to Serving Hope Inc. to help the underserved of Huntsville obtain culinary skills training, certification and work experience to achieve employment in the restaurant trade. Coldwater Century: The Century visits the famous and rustic Old Delina Country Store near Cornersville, TN. Built in 1892, the store features wooden floors, a pot-bellied stove and famous Amish homemade fried pies. Half a pie and you should have enough calories to fuel you the 40 miles back to the finish. Who needs a Clif bar? This place is the real deal. Unique Rest Stop locations and special treats at each one! This is the ALL YOU CAN EAT CENTURY! Fair warning: You could gain weight on this ride. Rest Stop 2 ? 26 Miles: Ham, Egg or Sausage Biscuits from Kirkland Grocery Rest Stop 3 ? 51 Miles: Mennonite Handmade Fried Fruit Pies the rustic 1892 Old Delina Country Store Rest Stop 3 ? 62 Miles: More Fried Fruit Pies (Yes, you pass this stop twice, if you can handle it.) Rest Stop 4 ? 77 Miles: Homemade Baked Goods courtesy of Coldwater United Methodist Church Rest Stop 5 ? 89 Miles: Tomatoes and Basil sandwichesoldwater Metric Coldwater Half Century 34 Mile Loop
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Info: http://www.springcity.org/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=515233&module_id=155603
Register: https://alabamabackroadscycling.wordpress.com/all-you-can-eat-century/
Last update 2019-02-16 Ride ID 2652 posted by Alabama Backroads Century Series (268)
 
September 28 (Sat)
Birmingham AL
Birmingham Bicycle Club 46th Annual Century - BBC 100
No. 9 in the ALABAMA BACKROADS CENTURY SERIES/ www.alabama-backroads-cycling.com. The Birmingham Bicycle Club′s 46th Annual Century is one of the most beautiful centuries in the Southeast. Our starting location is Ashville High School located on US 231 just south of downtown Ashville, AL. Routes of 27, 62 and 100 will be offered, all recreational friendly and scenic. The shorter route will take you through farmlands and out to Neely Henry Lake. Pass roads called Lickskillet. Visit the historic John Looney cabin. The longer routes will take you through Riddles Bend with a ride along the Coosa River. Cap it off with routes around Chandler Mountain and the beautiful Shoal Creek Valley. Don′t miss the bacon and tomato sandwiches at the Steele United Methodist Church! Hammer away or take your time and enjoy the ride! This event benefits UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center.
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Info: http://www.bhambikeclub.org/
Register: http://www.alabama-backroads-cycling.com
Last update 2019-02-16 Ride ID 2542 posted by Alabama Backroads Century Series (268)
 

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September 2018 Archive

September 15-16
Bunnell FL
Flagler Fondo
The Flagler Fondo is a two-day cycling event that starts and finishes at Central Park at Town Center in Palm Coast and will be one of the best supported rides you will ever do. Come enjoy the beautiful coastal roads along the Atlantic Ocean, Halifax River, multiple state parks and quiet backroads as you visit St. Augustine, Marineland, Ormond Beach, Daytona Beach and the Palm Coast/Flagler Beach areas. Route options range from 25 to 100 miles each day with professionally run and supported rest stops that will provide the nutrition and hydration that you need to fuel your body on your adventure and clearly marked routes with outstanding mobile SAG support roaming the entire course, all the cool SWAG, festival atmosphere and so much more. This is the event that you do NOT want to miss!
Info: http://www.caamevents.com/event/flagler-fondo/
Last update 2018-01-02 Ride ID 2564 posted by Caam Events (565)
 
September 22 (Sat)
Bartow FL
Tour de Tow 2018 - Scenic Road Tour
Scenic Tour de Tow Road Tour takes place is beautiful Historic Bartow on Saturday, September 22nd, 2018. The Tour de Tow is an on-road cycling tour along the scenic back roads of southern Polk County. Choose from a Family Fun Ride of 16 miles for $20.00 37 Mile TowTour $35.00 and 65 Mile TowTour $40.00 TANDEM RIDERS we′d love to have you too. Just add 20.00 for extra rider. We will be giving away new bikes again to kids who other wise wouldn′t be able to afford one. So far we have provided 128 bikes to kids in need in just one year.The POWER PEDALERS are the kids who will have a huge smile on their faces as we present them their new bikes. If you know of any one or company out there who would like to be a sponsor please let me know. The more money we have the more bikes we give away. At the Bloomin Bike Ride we gave away 8 bikes. Now that is COOL! This year we will be staging the ride on Central between Main and Summerlin. We will be keeping Central clear of cars and parking but there is plenty of parking on Central between Summerlin and Parker and at the Oaks Parking Lot which is right next to the Post Office which is on Summerlin and Central. For more info, please call ride coordinator, Trish at @863.640.1024, or click Haku Registration Link - https://organizations.hakuapp.com/main-street-bartow
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Info: http://www.bartowcyclingevents.com
Last update 2018-08-23 Ride ID 2475 posted by Main Street Bartow Inc. (169)
 
September 22 (Sat)
Key Largo FL
ReMARCable Tour de Keys
The ReMARCable Tour de Keys is a century ride from Key Largo to Key West which can be done solo or as a relay team if you can′t the entire 100 miles yourself or as a team building event! The ReMARCable Tour de Keys is raising money for the MARC House to help our ReMARCable citizens who have developmental disabilities. Each rider that participates will be asked to raise $100 dollars along with their registration fee.
Info: http://www.caamevents.com/event/remarcable-tour-de-keys/
Last update 2018-01-02 Ride ID 2624 posted by Caam Events (565)
 

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