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Come join us for the 10th annual Three Rivers Ride
Camden Cycling Club, Inc. is ready to get this ride started! Here is what you need to know:

Early packet pickup
 Friday, 1 November 2024, 3-7 PM 
 St. Marys Welcome Center, 400 Osborne St. in St. Marys, GA.

Event Day
 Saturday, 2 November 2024
 Howard Gilman Memorial Waterfront Park on St. Marys Street West
Do not park in the Cumberland Ferry lot across from the park
Street parking is available throughout the downtown area
 Packet pickup begins at 6:30 AM at the park gazebo
 Riders stage by 7:30 for the safety briefing. Sunrise is 7:45, and we will start at safe light!
 Each route starts separately at 2-minute intervals, beginning with the century riders, then the 62, 40, 30, and 10-mile.
 Routes are color-coded on your bib, wristband, and directional signs
Yellow = Century
Red = 62 mi
Blue = 40 mile
Green = 30 mile
Light blue = 10 mile
 Directional signs are posted along the routes; there are NO markings on the street.
Black arrows indicate all routes follow the same path
Colored arrows indicate specific routes split from the pack
Know your color and follow the arrows
 Support and Gear (SAG) vehicles will be patrolling the entire course
If you need help, move out of the roadway and a SAG will stop to check on you.
Contact phone numbers are located on your cue sheet
On the Hwy 17 stretch for 62 & 100-mile, SAG may follow riders closely to calm local traffic.
 Rest stops are clearly labeled and stocked with water and individually wrapped snacks
Restroom facilities are available
 Final notes about the routes
When traveling on Spur 40 (Charlie Smith Sr Hwy), the right lane past the submarine photo op becomes a TURN ONLY lane into the base.  Please merge left to continue straight through the light.
40, 62, and 100 travel along Laurel Island Parkway, which has a new multi-purpose trail on the north side.  Please take advantage of this new addition to our local trail system! 
Century Riders please note: The rest stop in Woodbine at the Satilla River (mile 44) is a must!  Restroom facilities are limited beyond this stop, until you return to the park on the way back (mile 77).
Century riders must arrive at the Woodbine rest stop (mile 44) by noon to avoid being turned back to complete a shorter ride.

After the ride

 Join us at the park for the after-ride chili meal with all the fixings.
For the sake of social distancing, the chili area will be cordoned off for limited entrance. Please be patient as you wait your turn to enter.
Our volunteers will be serving the chili, and all the fixings are individually packaged for grab and go. 
 Century riders can pick up their medals at the chili area.


The Views!!! 


The Routes!!!