Bone Valley Ride

Scenic Ride 10

Finding valleys in Florida is sort of liking searching for palm trees in Alaska. However, there is an area of the state that geologists have dubbed "Bone Valley". They're referring to an acient fossil field that lies about 20 feet below the ground surface of this ride which loops through the phosphate mines of central Florida. We'll stay above ground and take a tour through the quaint townships of Bartow, Fort Meade, Bowling Green, and Wauchula. 

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Brandon at Intersection of CR 39 and Lithiab CR 664
  2. Pinecrest Road
  3. CR 640/Uthia Pinecrest East - 16.4 Miles
  4. CR 555 - Right - 3.1 Miles
  5. Agricola Rd - Right - 5.8 Miles
  6. Old SR 37 - Left - 4.3 Miles
  7. CR 630 - Left - 11.1 Miles
  8. S Orange Ave - Right - 0.8 Miles
  9. Mt Pisgah Rd - Straight - 6.7 Miles
  10. E County Line Rd - Right - 2.0 Miles
  11. Oak Ave - Left - 0.5 Miles
  12. CR 664 - Straight - 5.9 Miles
  13. CR 663/Brewster Rd - Left - 1.5 Miles
  14. SR 62 - Left - 6.0 Miles
  15. Polk Rd - Right - 3.0 Miles
  16. Kazen Rd - Right - 0.4 Miles
  17. Terrell Rd - Left - 0.9 Miles
  18. W Main St - Right - 5.3 Miles
  19. SR 64 - Right - 13.1 Miles
  20. S Duette Rd - Right - 10.1 Miles
  21. SR 62/Wauchula Rd - Left - 3.1 Miles
  22. CR 39/Logue Rd - Right - 18.2 Miles
  23. Returns to starting point

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