**There are NO towns or convenience stores along the route to restock. Be prepared with enough food and water to cover the full 80 mile course.
** Camping is available at the farm where the start and finish are located. The farmer who allows us to make this ride home base is very hospitable. Even if you don't see him, just make yourself right at home. Really! The town of Milledgeville (3 miles from the farm) has s few small restaurants, bars, and a Casey's that you can find food and and such at.
**Cue cards will be issued only on the day of the ride. I will post some more details on those later this week.
**I have planned to supply post-ride eats and drinks in the form of BBQ, beans, pasta, chips, and beverages for up to ninety riders. I doubt more will come than 90, but be maybe be prepared just in case. More than likely I will find a way to take care of you.
**T-shirts are not free. If you want one, they are $10, but you need to contact me by Midnight tomorrow night (4/16/2017) to place your order.
**I make custom printed tie-dye bibs for the first 70 riders that register the morning of the vent.
**The first 50 finishers get a Grumpy Grind finishers mug.
**The Grumpy Grind is a free event. If you wonder why it is free, the answer is because it would otherwise be need to be an insured event. The nature of this event and individuals riding should of the spirit that supports cycling, adventure, and the personal challenge that this event offers to each participant. That being said, the undertaking of this event is not free, and a donation of support of even of the smallest amount will be appreciated.
**If you have any questions or comments leading up to the event, please contact me so I can put put your mind at ease.\