“In its 19th year, the Tallahassee Urban Gorilla is a celebration of Tallahassee's network of trails.”
— Mark Alexander
Race - Feb 11, 2018
Kids are welcome but parents should accompany kids under 18.
In its 17th year, the Tallahassee Urban Gorilla is an in-town JRA (Just Riding Around) celebration of Tallahassee's network of trails. Ride starts at City Hall and proceeds towards Chain of Parks (on Park Avenue), Kohls Trail, Fern Trail
, Tom Brown Park, Cadillac, Piney-Z, Alford Arms, Miccosukee Greenway, Maclay Gardens/Lake Overstreet
($2 park fee), Phipps, Red Bug, Live Oak Plantation, then back towards downtown by way of Waverly Hills, Betton Hills, Midtown, and Old Town. Post-ride celebration at Backwoods Bistro on 401 East Tennessee Street, for food, drinks and fish stories.
Need to Know
Everyone is welcome. The Tallahassee Marathon is being held at the same time this year.
Held every year on Super Bowl Sunday, the Urban Gorilla ride is a celebration of cycling in Tallahassee. Touring through many of the city's parks, the ride will give participants a better feel for riding in the area. Riders of all ability levels are encouraged to join, as the ride is always enjoyable!
There will be multiple groups of many varied skill levels on the ride, and all will be encouraged to stick with a group and ride as much or little of the route as desired. Most of the trails have options that include more difficult or easy routes.
There will be refreshment stops at local establishments when desired, and a sag stop on the Miccossukkee Greenway.
Get more info on the Facebook event page