About the TnTT
The TnTT, a rather informal affair, is 8.62 miles long and uses John Anderson Highway south of Highway 100 near Flagler Beach. The start/finish line is approximately .25 miles south of 100 in front of the Stonebridge Subdivision and the turnaround is, appropriately enough, about half the total distance south on John Anderson. It’s marked by cones (well, maybe) and a line painted across the road. For more information about the course, see “TnTT map/info” menu item or the 10 April 09 post on the old blog. The map has lat./long. of the start/finish and turn around locations.
This year (2010), it’ll be every other week rather than every week and it starts on 4 May 2010. If there’s a weather, or other, cancellation the TnTT will move to the following week with subsequent TnTT’s at two week intervals after that.
Visiting cyclists are welcome and it’s free. Speeds range from 18 to 27+ mph. Ages, to date, have ranged from 15 to 70. The first start time is 6:00 pm (5:30 when the days are shorter) but you should check in earlier with Timer Tom (or whoever else might be doing the timing duty).
For more information, use the contacts page (under club info) to reach the “rides” person.
If you’re new to the TnTT, the READ ME is required reading.
If you’re looking for the old blog site and all the previous posts, you can find it here.
For the post related to the TnTT on this site, use the “ride news” and “tntt” menu items above.