|Date:||12-18 October 2018|
|Start Time:||7:00 a.m.|
|Locations:||New Smyrna Beach, St. Augustine, Amelia Island|
|Registration Fee Schedule|
|Start Times / Routes / Distances / Maps|
|1||30||Check in Day + Warm Up Ride||Map|
|2||42||Ponce Inlet to Sugar Mill Ruins||Map|
|3||45||The Loop to St. Augustine||Map|
|4||28||Historic St. Augustine to Vilano Beach||Map|
|5||35||St. Augustine to Jacksonville Beach Pier||Map|
|6||24||Fernandina Beach to Amelia Lighthouse||Map|
|7||32||St. Johns Lighthouse||Map|
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|About This Event|
Discover Florida’s Atlantic Coast, One Lighthouse at a Time
Come ride with us on our inaugural 6 day and 6 night Lighthouse Tour as we visit New Smyrna Beach, St. Augustine and Fernandina Beach. We will see America’s second tallest lighthouse in Ponce Inlet and discover the Sugar Mill Ruins with their traditional coquina construction.
We’ll ride through historic St. Augustine where we will visit the stunning Castillo de San Marcos, the oldest masonry fort in the continental United States. Next, we’ll ride to the “haunted” St. Augustine lighthouse. Many have reported hearing eerie footsteps and seeing shadowy figures on the stairs, you will have the opportunity to find out for yourselves if the rumors are true.
From there we’ll head to Fernandina Beach where we will have a guided tour of the Amelia Island Lighthouse. After that we’ll ride out to to the Civil War Era Fort Clinch to explore the grounds and step back in time to a pivotal moment in American history.
Prepare to be blown away by miles of dramatic coastline and fascinating history as we explore Florida’s First Coast on Bike Florida’s Lighthouse Tour!
|Weather Cancellation Policy|
|This is a Rain or Shine Event. No Refunds or Transfers|
The safety of our participants and volunteers is our most important concern and if any of the threatening weather conditions are present the day of the event (tornado warning, tornado watch, thunderstorm, heavy rain or a hurricane decides to visit), the event may be delayed or canceled.
When weather conditions or other physical conditions present a danger to participants, such conditions fall under the label “acts of mother nature,” it will not result in refunding of any event entry fees or future event credits, since funds were already spent in preparation for your event day.