Florida Bicycle Touring Calendar

February 2020

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February 8 (Sat)
Arcadia FL
Ride for Tiny Town Arcadia
60/30/10 miles. All routes begin and end at Mosaic Arena, 2450 NE Roan Street, Arcadia, FL. Check in Friday, 2/7 noon to 6 p.m. or Saturday, 2/8 beginning at 7 a.m. 60 mile starts 7:45, 30 mile starts 8:15. 10 mile Slow Roll, safety briefing at 8:45, starts at 9:15. Ride through cattle, citrus and residential neighborhoods. All routes will be fully supported with rest stops and SAG vehicles. Early bird registration by January 26 includes Free T-shirt. Benefits: DeSoto Cares Tiny Town Project. (863)558-0532 (Karen)
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Info: https://www.ridefortinytown.com
Register: https://raceroster.com/events/2020/26420/ride-for-tiny-town
Last update 2019-11-15 Ride ID 2714 posted by DeSoto Cares Homeless Services (620)
 
February 15 (Sat)
St Petersburg FL
Florida Honor Ride
25/38/60 miles begin and end at Tropicana Field downtown St Petersburg. Registration and checkin begin at 6:45 am. Mass start 8:00 am. Routes are well marked with fully supported rest stops and SAG support. Drinks and snacks before the ride and lunch is included. The Honor Ride is a non-competitive cycling event where active service members, injured veterans (ride free), first responders and the general public all get to ride together. All Project Hero′s events help fund life-changing rehab services for these healing heroes. Show your support for those who have served! Join us for this amazing inspirational ride.
Info: http://www.weareprojecthero.org
Register: https://weareprojecthero.org/events
Last update 2020-01-11 Ride ID 2725 posted by Project Hero (622)
 
February 23 (Sun)
Havana FL
Havana Hills Spring Classic Ride
Come ride with us on some of the most scenic and challenging roads in the Tallahassee area. You will be riding through beautiful country vistas with lots of hills, passing by southern mansions, oak trees, farm lands and pecan orchards. The road is 100% paved and marked with White Arrows at each intersection. There will be 3 challenging distances of 25, 48 or 88 miles. All rides start in beautiful downtown Havana, Florida, at 8:30 am on Sunday, February 23, 2020.
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Info: https://www.havanamainstreet.com/copy-of-bike-routes
Register: http://bit.ly/2020spring
Last update 2019-11-01 Ride ID 2527 posted by Ride The Havana Hills (566)
 
February 23 (Sun)
Havana FL
Havana Hills Spring Classic
Havana Hills is always the last Sunday in February. Spring Begins, with 3,300 ft. of climbing on beautiful low traffic roads. The ride is sponsored by the town of Havana, FL, February 23th. The start is 8:30, with distances of 88, 48, and 25 miles, from the town lot at 7th Ave and 1st St. Even the short ride is a challenge. Finishers get a Havana Hills patch and chili. There are YOYO rides with maps and a concert Saturday, February 22. Havana is 25 minutes north of the Tallahassee I-10 exit to the Capital, on state road 27. See you there.
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Info: http://havanamainstreet.com
Last update 2019-11-01 Ride ID 2683 posted by Havana Hills Ride (608)
 
February 23 (Sun)
White Springs FL
Suwannee Sweetheart Ride
There will be rides of 25, 52, 62, and 100 miles. The longer rides start at 8:00 from Suwannee Bicycle Association Headquarters in White Springs, FL. The 25 mile ride will start at 9:00. If you′re spending the weekend, join us for an informal group ride on Saturday.
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Info: http://suwanneebike.org/events/sweetheart.php
Register: https://raceroster.com/events/2020/28424/suwannee-sweetheart-ride
Last update 2019-12-18 Ride ID 2723 posted by Suwannee Bicycle Association (146)
 

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February 2019 Archive

February 9-10
Bradenton FL
St. Petersburg Bicycle Club Classic 2019
The 31st Annual SPBC Classic offers four rides (20, 36, 60 and 100 miles) through the rural areas of Manatee County. We′ll have plenty of rest stops with food, drinks & Port-a-potties. Support vehicles will be dispatched to anyone needing assistance during the ride. The SPBC Classic is open to both SPBC members and non-members alike. There will be additional activities in St. Petersburg, FL on Saturday. Registration opening soon.
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Info: http://spbc.clubexpress.com/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=405757&module_id=247347
Last update 2018-05-03 Ride ID 2664 posted by St. Petersburg Bicycle Club (63)
 
February 9 (Sat)
Arcadia FL
Ride for Tiny Town
The 1st annual Ride for Tiny Town, is a one-day event that Walker and team are hoping to deliver a fun and unique experience. Registration will open soon! Four route options with varying levels of mileage and fundraising will begin at the Mosaic Arena in Arcadia Florida. You will be riding on country roads passing beautiful citrus orchards along the way. Riders may choose from a 5-mile course (on streets that will be closed to traffic), 15-mile, and more challenging 30 and 60-mile routes. All routes will have SWAG safety vehicles riding along side all cyclists for safety. The Ride offers something for hard core cyclists and those new to riding. It does not matter if you are on a three-wheeler with just one speed or with the best bicycle your money can buy. You pedal at your own pace! We want to bring people together to try something new and build on the growing love for cycling as sport, fitness and mobility. A live band will be motivating you to cross the finish line. Enjoy a delicious complimentary Old fashion BBQ lunch, beer, ice cream, and post-race festival complete with live music and entertainment.
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Info: https://pdearborn15.wixsite.com/ridefortinytown
Last update 2018-08-08 Ride ID 2671 posted by DeSoto Cares Homeless Services (620)
 
February 23 (Sat)
Vero Beach FL
Ride Poverty Out of Town and Splash Party
Ride Poverty Out of Town, A1A Challenge Benefiting United Against Poverty of Indian River County. Ride Start: 8:00 a.m. Starting Location: South Beach Park, 1704 Ocean Drive in Vero Beach. Splash Party: 4 p.m. at Waldo′s in Vero Beach. Ride Poverty Out of Town is a premier cycling tour With SAG stops in Sebastian Inlet and Melbourne Beach, Participants may choose a route of either 40 miles or a full century (100 miles). All funds raised from sponsorship′s, registration fees and participant fundraising pages will benefit United Against Poverty of Indian River County. United Against Poverty exists to inspire and empower people living in poverty to lift themselves and their families to economic self sufficiency. We believe that poverty is not permanent, and people are not defined by their current circumstances. For more information, please call 772-770-0740.
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Info: http://www.rideagainstpoverty.org
Last update 2018-12-24 Ride ID 2681 posted by United Against Poverty (607)
 

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