Each year, thousands of cyclists travel to the mountain town of Dahlonega in North Georgia to take on one of the most grueling bike rides in the Southeast – the Six Gap Century ride. This year, I am one of them.
The ride, which earns its name from the six mountain gaps through which cyclists navigate on the course, challenges even the most experienced riders with over 11,200 feet of climbing totaling 104 miles.
The non-competitive Six Gap Century ride, as well as the Three Gap Fifty and 35-mile Valley Ride, celebrates 31 years of riding in 2019.
– McKinley Lewis, On 3 Public Relations