From the Promoter:
This is the second edition of the Fried Clay 200k. A self-supported endurance gravel event that takes you through 130ish miles of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest. Expect a lot of climbing on some of the best gravel roads middle Georgia has to offer. The route combines the popular Red Clay Ramble and Fried Green Tomatoes routes for a unique endurance experience. You will need a GPS or a smartphone with an app such as Gaia to navigate the route properly. There will be no markings on the route at all! If you’ve been thinking about giving this whole gravel racing/bikepacking thing a shot, this is the perfect event. Some riders will choose to race, while others will party pace it. If you chose to camp on the route, there will be marked primitive campsites on the route guide when it is complete. Your registration gets you the GPX route, an in-depth route guide, and a dope patch. I will add more details as the event gets closer. This event will take place rain or shine! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out.
New for this year is the 420k option! This race will start Friday night (3/20) at 8PM! There is no fee for this race, but you will be required to carry a GPS tracker. Only 30 spots are available, and I will have an application once registration is open!