one man's dream




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A Proposal by Jim Rucquoi
January 1, 2001
fully revised & updated November 2002
             

as presented at the Sixteenth Annual  National Trails Symposium, Orlando, 11/11 - 11/13/02


Think of it! A paved, off-road, through-access trail for all non-motorized traffic, including cyclists, roller-bladers, and strollers, connecting greater Orlando to nearby New Smyrna Beach!

That’s the dream. And it’s alot closer than you might think: an on-road route is already in place that’s mostly safe & serviceable over its entire length, making much of that dream a reality today for area cyclists.

In five sections totaling just over 42 miles Bike To Beach . . .

The longest leg and the route’s backbone is State Road 415 running NE out of Sanford largely through open country and protected wilderness areas. The two principal feeders are . . .

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