A portion of the event proceeds will go to Serving Hope Inc. to help the underserved of Huntsville obtain culinary skills training, certification and work experience to achieve employment in the restaurant trade.
Unique Rest Stop locations and special treats at each one! This is the ALL YOU CAN EAT CENTURY! Fair warning: You could gain weight on this ride.
Rest Stop 2 – 26 Miles: Ham, Egg or Sausage Biscuits from Kirkland Grocery
Rest Stop 3 – 51 Miles: Mennonite Handmade Fried Fruit Pies the rustic 1892 Old Delina Country Store
Rest Stop 3 – 62 Miles: More Fried Fruit Pies (Yes, you pass this stop twice, if you can handle it.)
Rest Stop 4 – 77 Miles: Homemade Baked Goods courtesy of Coldwater United Methodist Church
Rest Stop 5 – 89 Miles: Tomatoes and Basil sandwiches
The five AYCE stops are staffed by the local Alabama Interscholastic Cycling League. You won’t find more enthusiastic support groups than the parents, coaches and students involved in these programs. 3 local bike shops will provide SAG.
After all that, don’t forget the four-star post ride meal prepared by Cyn Shea’s Café & Catering a Division of Serving Hope, Inc., also, a beneficiary of the event.