FAVORITE: Up The Creek W/O A Pedal…THIS Saturday, May 14th.

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Ride Location:
Armuchee High School, 4203 Martha Berry Hwy NW,
Rome, GA 30165

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Route Distances

– 28 Mile –

– 42 Mile –

– 60 Mile –

– 101 Mile –

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Rolling Hills

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Up the Creek without a pedal ride

One of Northwest Georgia’s “must do” rides! See the foothills of Northwest Georgia as they were meant to be experienced…by bicycle!

The routes wind through back roads of beautiful rolling hills and pastures to some of the most stunning scenery this area has to offer. Last year, over 600 cyclists from around the Southeast participated, and there were many comments on the beautiful scenery, helpful staff and great support along the way!

This year’s ride consists of 284260 and 101* mile options (*click for an interactive route map), all on scenic rural roads with very little traffic. The 28, 42, and 60 mile routes are mostly flat to gently rolling hills, with just a few challenging climbs; the century route has one short climb. In addition, this years ride will be in a route reversed of past years to give those veterans a change of scenery.. Click the below images to see them in full resolution.

Individual Route Details
28 & 42 Mile Routes 60 Mile Route 101 Mile Route

All options return to the starting point at the Armuchee High School and are fully sagged.  SAG stops, or break areas, are placed approximately every 15 miles with water/sports drink, fruit, PB&J sandwiches, salty and sweet snacks. Ham radio operators are located at SAG stops for communications in the case of any emergencies. The last sweep of the course is usually tends to end around 5:00 pm.

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