Join the Good Neighbor Bike Trail Ride October 20
Join the Brooksville Vision Foundation for the 2nd Annual Good Neighbor Trail Bike Ride, part of the 220-mile Coast to Coast Trail! The 2019 Inaugural Ride is Sunday, October 20. Walk-up registration and check-in for pre-registered participants is from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM.
This is a fundraising ride to benefit the Brooksville Mainstreet Program. Our vision is “BROOKSVILLE AS A THRIVING URBAN CORE”.
The 2nd Annual Good Neighbor Trail Bike Ride begins and ends at the Historic Brooksville Train Depot located at 70 Russell Street, in Brooksville, Florida.
The Good Neighbor Trail is a 10-mile stretch of paved trail that connects to the Withlacoochee State Trail, a paved, 46-mile long converted railroad track. Participants can determine their own ride distance. We are offering a 22-mile ride, a 35-mile ride, a 65-mile “Half Century” ride, and a 100-mile “Century” ride that will take riders up into Citrus County on the Withlacoochee and return to the start/finish at the Train Depot.
All routes are exclusively on paved rail trails.
The day begins with a Continental Breakfast from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM at the Train Depot Trailhead. Along the trail, we will have four SAG Stops with water, sports drinks, and food.
Restrooms will be available at all SAG Stops. A free catered lunch will be provided between 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM at Coney Island. All pre-registered riders as of 3:45 PM, October 1st, will receive a T-Shirt.
About the Brooksville Vision Foundation
The Brooksville Vision Foundation is a Florida 501(c)3 nonprofit and a committed partner of Brooksville Mainstreet Program in partnership with the City of Brooksville and Hernando County. The Mainstreet Program has brought a positive impact to many cities in Florida and across the USA.
Brooksville Main Street is working to revitalize its downtown core as one that supports an active business environment, a place to recreate, and a place that its residents are proud to call home.
Brooksville Main Street Events
To support the mission, Brooksville Main Street, under the guidance of its Executive Director Natalie Kahler, has created a number of Brooksville events including Christmas on Main Street, the Friday Night Live Concerts, the Good Neighbor Trail Bike Ride, and the monthly Uncommonly Artsy/Blues in Cruise-In (in coordination with the Hernando County Growers Association).
Good Neighbor Trail Ride 2nd Annual Event October 20 in Brooksville
We hope to make the Good Neighbor Trail ride an annual event, so come join us for a fall ride through the Brooksville and Hernando County countryside!
Registration fee is $45 through October 19, and $50 day of the event. $15 for riders 12 and under (must be accompanied by an adult).
Early packet pickup will be held on Saturday, October 13, 2018, from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM in the pavilion at the Train Depot Trailhead in Brooksville for pre-registered riders only.
Parking is located at the Train Depot trailhead with overflow parking along South Main Street and at the Brooksville Health Department, located at 300 S Main Street in Brooksville.
The Brooksville Vision Foundation and Mainstreet Program is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.