Whether you are looking for a casual day-trip while cycling out in the countryside, or a vigorous cycling experience, the Havana Hills Spring Classic may be just what you are looking for!
This event, hosted by Havana Main Street is an annual cycling experience that gets people out on their bikes and touring rural Gadsden County.
This year, the Spring Classic will be limited to only 200 cyclists.
There are five planned routes – both paved road routes and “dirty” gravel road routes.
There is everything from a 25-mile road route that will take cyclists on a smooth ride from Havana almost to Quincy, to the 70-mile Dirty Havana paved and unpaved route, which will take cyclists on a scenic tour of East Gadsden County’s backgrounds, farm hills, and woodlands.
Other routes are the 48-mile Road Route (from Havana to Attapulgus), the 53-mile Dirty Havana (from Havana, up into Georgia, and back again), and the 88-mile Dirty Havana (from Havana, almost to Bainbridge, and then back).
In order to participate, cyclists are asked to pay a $40 registration fee, which will go towards promotional development of the event and for the creation of a bike/pedestrian trail between Havana and Tallahassee.
Additionally, those who register will be able to enjoy a fellowship session after the rides, with chili, beer, and prizes for the returning cyclists.
To register and browse the routes, CLICK HERE.
Ashley Hunter – email@example.com