A cyclist on the Greenway in Georgia, heading to St. Augustine.

East Coast Greenway Cycling Odyssey: Georgia to Miami

October 21 - November 5, 2021

The East Coast Greenway Odyssey starts in Calais, Maine in September. This fourth and final leg goes through St. Augustine.

The fourth leg of the East Coast Greenway bicycle odyssey starts in George and travels through Ponte Vedre, St. Augustine, and Anastasia Island.
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  • The country's most used bike corridor, the East Coast Greenway, is the path for most of the Greenbelt Cycling Odyssey 2021, starting in Calais, Maine and ending in Miami, Florida. The fourth and final leg of the route begins in Savannah, Georgia on October 21 and ends on November 5 in Miami, Florida. 

    The fully-supported bike event includes lodging, breakfasts, snacks, and dinners, plus a support van, and leaders on bikes. In Florida, beginning with Amelia Island, the pack will travel through old cities, swamp lands, and state parks. The route goes through St. Johns County, including Ponte Vedra, Vilano, St. Augustine, and Anastasia — traveling on the "Marineland to Flagler Beach Trail."

    Experienced recreational cyclists who want to see more of the Greenways will enjoy this 16 day adventure in Florida.

    For more information and to register, go here.

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