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OPEN: 5:30am - 8:00pm MON - SAT
CALL US: 904-556-1052

Tour de Forts

The North Florida Bicycle Club brings you a classic one-day bicycle event designed for allroad cyclists, the 21st annual Tour de Forts.

Enjoy a wonderful bike ride through country and coastal roads, ocean-side rest stops, Amelia Island and scenic Fort Clinch State Park. We’ll provide pre-ride snacks, rest stops, a post-ride lunch, mechanical support, motorcycle escorts, and roving sags.    Choose a distance of 18, 30, 62, 75, or 100 miles. The ride will start at the First Coast High School on Sunday, April 29, 2012

Ride Registration
To register for the Tour de Forts, go to www.NFBC.us website home page and click on the Register Now! button and follow the instructions. Register by April 16, 2012 and a complementary event T-shirt is included in your registration fee. You can order extra event T-shirts at $10.    Late online registration ends April 25, 2012. If you register after April 16th, you will not receive a  complementary T-shirt, but members save $25 and non-members $10 compared to the $55 day-of-ride fee.

DAY OF RIDE REGISTRATION: Everyone $55.    You can register in person on the morning of the ride. We will accept all day of ride  registrations. The price for all day of ride registrations is $55 (cash or check only – no credit cards accepted) for all riders (members and non-members alike) and does not include a T-shirt. T-shirts will be available for sale at the ride for $10.

Event Schedule: 6:30 AM – doors open for wristband ID, map and T-Shirt pickup and day-of ride registrations.

7:30 AM – 62, 75 and 100 miles rides begin for the fastest (19 mph+) riders.

7:45 AM – 62, 75 and 100 miles rides begin for the slower riders.

8:30 AM – 18 and 30 mile rides begin

11:00AM – 4:00PM lunch served

4:00 PM – all services end. If you are still riding at 4 PM, you will be asked to sag in, or

you will be on your own with no support.


Doug Lane

author: Doug Lane

Coach Doug Lane has over 35 years experience working with the Masters Athlete in such disciplines as weightlifting, strongman, powerlifting, heavy athletics, and Muay Thai. He loves to learn and to teach others!


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