19 miles
Distance
803 ft
Climb
-802 ft
Descent
21 ft
High Point

Coming out of Fort Pierce Trail follow the dirt road and go around drainage ditch by Okeechobee rd.. You'll then be on a 2way singletrack called the Gordy Connector. Once you pass under the Turnpike overpass you'll need to hike your bike for approx. 30 yards leading you to Gordy rd.. From Gordy Road you can make a right and go into singletrack on left hand side at a park called Ten Mile Creek Preserve. Once you exit Ten Mile Creek proceed right and you'll be crossing Gordy Road bridge. This section is paved for approx .10 miles, once you pass the opening in the wooden guard rail on the left hand side you can drop back into singletrack and ride all the way to George Lestrange Park. Once you are at George Lestrange you can circle the doubletrack walking biking path around the lake. Exit Lestrange on pavement to the east for .5 miles and you'll turn north onto Selvitz Road for .25 miles. From there you can turn into Becker Preserve which has a short singletrack section that you want to take counter clockwise enter the ridge and riding the stair drop on the north side. From Becker make a right onto Selvitz Road then another right onto Edwards Road for .5 miles until you make a right onto Lewis Street. Go to the end of Lewis Street and enter Savannahs Preserve Miller Wild Property. To make it back you need to ride the same track backwards.

This route is Unsanctioned, Ride at your own Risk!

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