I think it's some of the nicest single track in FL. Except for the first 3 or so miles of Tung Nut Loop, most is pretty densly covered. Definately some nice climbing for FL, and usually always see abundance of wildlife, mainly deer.
They just added some new sections/loops, some of which were only open during the tours and others that appear to be just recently cut. Some nice long gradual climbs, nothing technical.
With the new stuff, you can get 30 miles in easy. Unless they added some signage since I last rode, the furtherst new loop out was very confusing. There were a few forks in the trail with no signs, and I got turned around. Fortunately I had my gps and was able to hop on a horse trail and fireroad to get back on track.
Trails have always been good in the summer, just carry plenty of fluids.
Not sure I can make the 26th group ride, but I'm always open for a trip up there.