IDIDARIDE XXIV (2018)
Suwannee Bicycle Association
IDIDARIDE XXIV is a bicycle challenge ride. It is NOT a race. It is an off-road endurance ride through woodlands along the Suwannee River. Approximately 50 miles of singletrack trails and woods roads have been linked to form a continuous route with minimum of pavement. This route has terrain, stream crossings, and distance to challenge all off road riders.
Checkpoints, Sag-stops, Bail-out Points: At several checkpoints along the route SBA will monitor progress of riders. Food, beverage and mechanical support will be available at these stations. Bail-out points are marked, if riders are unable to complete the entire ride.
Meals: Entry fee includes continental breakfast, mid-ride lunch and an after ride dinner as well as snacks at sag-stops.
Staffing: A great event depends upon great volunteers. Whether you are new to the area or if you are a seasoned veteran, all help is welcomed! Ride marshals will ride the entire event, but must be SBA Members familiar with trails and must attend IDIDAPREP and IDIDACLEAN. Volunteering is a great way for non-riders or family members to participate in the fun. If you plan on volunteering full-time, please click on volunteer tab to the left.
**Volunteer t-shirts cannot be guaranteed unless the registration form is filled out!
Order yours through Friday, Dec 15th! These are special edition IDIDARIDE design marking our 24th event.
IDIDARIDE is sponsored by the Suwannee Bicycle Association, a non profit organization promoting bicycling, environmental education and appreciation of the Suwannee region. All proceeds from the event are used to develop more off-road bicycle trails and other facilities.
January 26 4:00 PM EST - Early registration/ check-in
January 26 6:00 PM EST - Riders pre-event socials
January 27 6:00 AM EST - Day of ride registration/ check-in
January 27 6:30 AM EST - Breakfast opens
January 27 8:45 AM EST - Rider assembly/ briefing (ready to roll)
January 27 9:00 AM EST - Let's Roll!
January 27 5:00 PM EST - Everyone should be off the trails