Welcome the Fall with our classic century ride from Jacksonville Baldwin Rail Trail to the Okeefenokee National Wildlife Refuge a sandwich. Important:
Clyde will drive ahead and submit your lunch order so it is ready when you arrive. Print your own copy of menu if you have a printer and fill it out before you get to the start and hand it to Clyde. This will save a lot of time. Here is a copy of the menu:
2020 Clyde's Ride Lunch Menu
Special pandemic precautions:
To enter the park building and pick up your food, you will need to wear a face mask. Maintain physical distancing at the start, rest stops and at lunch. Hand sanitizer is also recommended. Clyde is in the at- risk age group, so please go above and beyond to keep him healthy. There are picnic table outside near the building where you can eat you lunch. Please keep at least 6 feet between you and the gators, the rattle snakes, cyclists and other critters.
8AM 100-Mile Ride: The 100 mile ride starts at the Imeson end of the JBRT at 8AM and heads to Bryceville, arriving at the Bryceville Community Park at about 8:50AM.
9AM 75-Mile Ride: Start location: Bryceville Community Park located next to the fire station at the junction of US301 and CR108 (7280 MOTES ROAD, Bryceville, FL 32009 ).
For those wishing to do 75 miles, park here and join the century group, which will leave the park at approximately 9AM. The ride arrives at St George in Georgia at about 10AM and stops at the gas station on the corner of GA RT 94 and GA RT 121.
Bryceville to Okefenokee 75 miles gpx
10:10AM 38-mile ride: Start Location: NE CORNER OF HWY 121 & SR 94 SAINT GEORGE, GEORGIA 31562
Those wishing to do a 38 mile ride should park here and plan to join the main group, which will leave around 10:10AM. Straight North from here to the Okeefenokee for a sandwich (you can preorder through Clyde).
After lunch we will backtrack the same way. Great quiet roads make for great pace lines or you can ride on your own at your pace and enjoy. Remember to bring money for lunch and a dollar for entrance into the park. For more information, contact Clyde Riggs at email@example.com