ELKMONT, ALABAMA MAY 4, 2019
Proceeds from this ride benefit the counseling program at Family Services Center, Inc. The counseling program provides affordable, professional mental health counseling to residents of Madison County and the surrounding areas. For more information regarding counseling and other services offered by Family Services Center, please visit our website at www.fsc-hsv.org
Come join us for this tour of Limestone County and the surrounding areas, with some of the best cycling in the Southeast, featuring a brand new route for 2019, taking all riders right past the Kreme Delite, where it all got started. Make plans to join us now! from 3 different distances: 31, ~64 and ~100 miles. Each course will be challenging but manageable! Low traffic. Post ride food and the now famous build your own ice cream sundae bar!
RIDE DAY SCHEDULE
- Showers available after the ride
- Lunch details coming soon!
ROUTES – NEW & IMPROVED!
Here are the links to the century, metric, and 30-miles. Rest stop locations will be added but these links will show those updates:
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29164308 (full century) – PINK road markings
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29163951 (30 mile)
All new route takes all riders right past the Kreme Delite, where it all got started.
2018 SURVEY COMMENTS
|Except for the initial storm, I quite enjoyed the ride, rain and all. Stopped to take pictures several times, which I probably would not have done on a clear day with lots of riders.|
|The volunteers were excellent. Road markings were very clear. The selection and quantity of snacks available at the rest stops is among the best. The rolling rest stops are a brilliant idea.|
|As a cyclist, to see wonderful things and experience beautiful environments one must occasionally ride on roads with surfaces that are not ideal. Bumpy roads can lead to great adventures and this ride is a great adventure.|
|nice job considering the weather threw a curve ball at the riders|
|Special thanks to Brooke for helping me out with my flat tire in the rain. It was a miserable day but that made completing the 103 mile course that much more meaningful.|
|Great job considering all the challenges you had with the weather!|