Our Favorite Routes

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Americus to Plains

Only 14 miles to one of our favorite destinations: Peanut Butter ice cream and the beautiful home of President Jimmy Carter!

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Short Dairy Farm Loop (9 miles)

Ride on designated bike routes just south of Americus. This nine mile loop is pretty flat, and lands you at Pat's Place, perfect for a post-ride sandwich and recovery drink!

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Learning Lane Loop (12 miles)

12.7 miles with about 500 feet of climbing thrown in. A nice relaxing route, perfect for a casual Saturday ride. 

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Mid-Length Dairy Farm Loop (16 miles)

Ride a middle length version of the Dairy Farm Loop for a wonderful county road afternoon. This generally flat ride brings you down quiet country roads and back to Pat's Place for a victory lunch. 

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Dairy Farm and Leslie Loop (28 miles)

Ride the full Dairy Farm Loop and out near the town of Leslie for a substantial yet not exhausting ride. Like the other Dairy Farm routes, this generally flat ride brings you down quiet country roads and back to Pat's Place for a victory lunch. 

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Metric Century (65 miles)

Our annual ride is beautiful all year round! Ride through the hometown of Jimmy Carter, and Andersonville National Historic Site on your way to 65 miles. 

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Century Bailout (80 miles)

Keep this route in your back pocket when you are going for your first century, or when you are looking for an 80-mile stepping stone to your triple digit quest. Hit all the highlights of our Prison to Peanuts Century, and then make a bee-line back to Americus.

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Century (103 miles)

Go for the big one! This giant loop takes you all through Sumter County, and even some of the surrounding counties as well. Enjoy little traffic, and about 3700 ft of climbing, as if the century wasn't hard enough!