I should preface by saying I'm the ridemaster for the F2F...
It's our third year and we offer solid 17,42 and 62 mile routes. Very lovely, low traffic rural roads. great views of the water and farmland. Good support (3 SAG cars and 3 rest stops) and a great end of the ride celebration with a local zydeco band, grilled sausage and PT Brewing amber and ipa.
We expect about 300 riders this year. We've moved the start/finish/ celebration to the McCurdy Pavilion - thats the converted ballon hangar that was the scene of the fight between Richard Geer and Lou Gossett in "An Officer and a Gentleman"
Happy to answer any question you have...and hope to see you!