By tomorrow afternoon, the long-awaited rally will be over and for the first time in living memory Islanders will have publicly demonstrated how much we care about our increasingly under-threat countryside.
If the event flops, the National Trust for Jersey fears that the consequences for the future of the coastline could be disastrous.
But if thousands pour onto the beach, the organisation says that it will send out the strongest message yet that it is time to stop exploiting Jersey’s precious coast.
Islanders are asked to gather at Le Braye at 1 pm, before an aerial picture of the line is taken at 2 pm.
An organised bike ride will leave from the start of the Railway Walk at St Aubin at noon. Buses will leave from Stand E at Liberation Station at 11.45 am, noon and 12.15 pm. They will return to St Helier at 3 pm.