Face of America Liberty is fully supported with manned rest stops every 10 to 15 miles providing food, drink and porta-potty facilities. Ride marshals will help athletes as necessary along the 58-mile route, and a moto team on motorcycles will help insure rider safety. A sag van with a trailer travels with the riders, offering a temporary rest when an athlete is tired or is having mechanical issues. A trained mechanic will be along to provide assistance for simple mechanical repairs at rest stops. A bus returns athletes to the ride beginning at the end of the day.

Face of America Liberty begins in Nyack New York. Riders cross the new Governor Mario M. Cuomo bridge, then will travel north along the eastern shore of the Hudson River through scenic parks and small communities. The route crosses the Hudson River at the Bear Mountain Bridge, once the world’s longest suspension bridge, and continues north to its conclusion at the United States Military Academy at West Point.

Here is the TENTATIVE route – Note that the route may change owing to local road conditions.

Saturday, October 8