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9AM SEA Community Rails to Trails Festival and 40 mile bicycle ride!

When:
Saturday, December 14, 2019
Where:
Armstrong Rail Trail Pavilion
5840 FL-207
Elkton, FL  32033
Additional Info:
Contact(s):
Jacy Crosby
Category:
Charity Team Ride
Registration is required
Being a member of the NFBC Charity Ride Team is easy and open to all NFBC members.
1) Register for the ride.
2) Wear an NFBC club jersey or NFBC major event jersey during the event.
3) Sign the NFBC Charity Ride Team ride sheet and follow all NFBC ride rules.

Email Charity Ride Team Captain, Jacy Crosby, at jacy.crosby@gmail.com if you plan to participate.
Members pay for their own charges
  

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Bike Florida and the SEA Community are teaming up to put on a bike ride as part of the 8th Annual SEA Rails to Trails Festival!

This ride is great for all ages--it can be trail only, you do as much or as little as you want, and there will be mechanical help and food stops along the way. The 40 mile route tours the communities of Armstrong, Hastings, Palatka, and Federal Point!


There is an option to camp in Armstrong Park Friday, December 13. Contact seacommunity@yahoo.com for more information.


A portion of the proceeds will go towards the SEA Community's project to build a community and cultural center at the trailhead in Armstrong, and when registering there is an option of adding your own donation. Click here to learn more..


After the ride stick around to celebrate the SEA Community's Gullah Geechee heritage with food and live music, and learn more about how the SEA Community takes care of the residents of Spuds, Armstrong, and Elkton through its charitable work.

Registration fees start at $25