I had to try and one up @evdog and his Florida RR with all those cute little rides he did a while back. The Tally Tango 160 is one of four bikepacking races in Florida's panhandle. It's a great beginner loop for those wishing to dive into that sort of riding. My wife grew up in Tallahassee & went to FSU, so we get back there on a regular basis. It was great to see more of the area via bike seat. I had no intention to 'race', rather moderate tour pace with a buddy from South Carolina. All my pre-ride goals were met. Finish, have fun and see a gator in the wild!! Part II of the report is how we ended up having to drive home to AZ in front of Hurricane Michael. Never a dull moment!! Tally Tango 160 Bike loaded sans bladder in the framebag prior to shipping it to FL via Bikeflights. Complete cockpit view. Sunrise near the start. Crossing the Pinhook River. Gator!! Check. The Tango route overlapped the Florida Trail down by the Gulf Coast. Flat + flat + flat = lots of flat riding. Tarmac fast singletrack Near the finish. 168 miles and barely 2000' feet of gain, yet it wasn't all easy. The humidity took a toll on this desert rat, but I still thoroughly enjoyed the experience.