The 59.5 mile Savannah spur begins in Register, Georgia, and parallels I-16, so expect local traffic on it. Traffic increases as you near downtown. The last half-mile of the route winds through three small squares in the historic district. The route south from Statesboro is rural and occasionally traverses pine plantations. A highlight of this section is the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, located on the Okefenokee Alternate. Expect urban riding conditions while skirting Jacksonville, Florida, and the string of beach comunities to the south. Roads in northern Florida have somewhat higher traffic levels than found in Georgia. The route ends in historic St. Augustine, FL. Click on enlargement for detail.
I just did a 2 1/2 week bicycle tour up the Atlantic coast from Fernandina Beach, FL to Baltimore, MD using only the maps I got off the adventure cycling site. They were ideal every step of the way. They told me all the useful information I needed to know and payed very close attention to detail. It was a beautiful trip along all these country back roads, and after trying just a stretch of it I learned that route 1 or 17 would've been rather precarious and unenjoyable, not to mention a little dangerous. Though at times it seemed like I was headed a long way out of the way, I found these alternate routes to be showing me some hidden gems I would have never known existed otherwise. I would highly recommend this map to anyone touring their way up the coastline.