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8am Circle K Standard Century - 101 Miles (A/B) NFBC Century-A-Month Series, Click here to Register

Sunday, June 16, 2024, 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM
Burney Park, American Beach, Amelia Island
Burney Park Website
1556 Gregg Street
Fernandina Beach, FL  32034
Additional Info:
Jonathan Tomassetti (s):
Jonathan Tomassetti
Century Ride Leader
Club Ride
Registration is required before Sunday, September 15, 2024 at 5:00 PM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Members and Non-Members are required to Register.

NFBC members only ride. Non-members may try 3 NFBC rides before joining. You must sign the ride waiver to participate in the ride and to earn club points and mileage. There will be a Safety Briefing Meeting 10 minutes before the start of the ride. Please arrive at the starting point early enough to get set up before the pre-ride meeting. Helmets are required on all NFBC rides.
No Fee
No Fee

This mostly flat ride will start at Burney Park – a beach park in Historic American Beach on Amelia Island with ample parking. Restrooms and a water fountain. Along with the 66-mile route riders, we will travel down Heckscher Drive, passing through Big Talbot and Little Talbot Island State Parks, enjoying scenic water views of Amelia River, Fort George Inlet, along the St. Johns River to Blount Island, where the route takes us inland, near preserves and north on US 17/MainStreet. At about 50 miles, at Pages Dairy Road, the 66-mile cyclists head east, and the 100-mile cyclists head west. We cross I-95 and do a loop in western Nassau County before heading back to explore the back roads of Yulee before crossing the bridge onto Amelia Island and back to Burney Park. Most of this ride uses roads with wide shoulders/bike lanes or quiet back roads. There is a rough section on SR-200 before the bridge crossing back onto Amelia Island - caution should be taken.


The 100-mile riders may break into front and back groups. The rider leader, Jonathan Tomassetti, will stay with the furthest back cyclists, and no rider will be left behind. There are plenty of gas station convenience stores along the way for re-grouping, supplies, and facilities.