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Old 01-24-18, 09:19 AM   #1
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Looking for a loop in Amilia Island area

Going to be at the Amilia Island resort in February and looking to do some biking can anyone suggest a 25 to 30 loop
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https://sites.google.com/site/amelia...cycling/routes
Google kicked out this set of routes.

I'm not an expert on that area, but I've been there a couple of times, North Florida Bicycle Club would be another good resource. If you are looking for a slower pace nature themed ride, Fort Clinch can not be beat.
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https://sites.google.com/site/amelia...cycling/routes
Google kicked out this set of routes.

I'm not an expert on that area, but I've been there a couple of times, North Florida Bicycle Club would be another good resource. If you are looking for a slower pace nature themed ride, Fort Clinch can not be beat.
Thank you for your reply. I sent an email to NFLA Bicycle club asking if I could join in on a group ride. Thanks again
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To the OP, If you go to the NFBC website, they have a link to wheelspeak, their newsletter, and it shows at the back of it the weekly rides in the area. They allow 3 rides before wanting you to join the club. Various distances and speeds most of the time.

Link attached for the news letter. Hope this helps you some.
file:///C:/Users/wheel/Downloads/NFBC_Wheelspeak--FEBRUARY_2018.pdf
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