Florida Bicycle Touring Calendar

April 2020

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April 4 (Sat)
Gainesville FL
Ride To Remember 14
Choose a ride length of your choice on the Gainesville-Hawthorne Trail, or a road ride into the Ocala horse farm territory of 56, 80 or 105 miles. Again this year: 49 and 25 mile rides from Flemington, FL. A benefit for ElderCare of Alachua County and Al′z Place, providing Alzheimer′s Day Care.
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Info: http://gccfla.org/rtr/
Last update 2019-10-29 Ride ID 2715 posted by Gainesville Cycling Club (2)
 
April 18-23
Live Oak FL
40th Florida Bicycle Safari
40th Florida Bicycle Safari will be April 18-23, 2020. Ride through beautiful North Florida. Choose either the full 6 days or ride just the first 3 days. Choose from multiple mileage that ranges from 35 to 100 miles. Camp site included with registration. Breakfast and dinner catered by Dixie Grill each day included in registration. Sag stops on every route and sag vehicles on route. Mechanic on site each day. Fun activities in the afternoons (after the bike rides)-games, music, dancing, and much more. Registration will open January 1, 2020. The 6 day option is limited to 250 riders. Sponsored by the Florida Freewheelers. For more information, call 352-978-4428 or click email below.
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Info: http://www.floridabicyclesafari.com/
Last update 2019-06-02 Ride ID 2578 posted by Florida Bicycle Safari (225)
 
April 25 (Sat)
Minneola FL
Team C2C Hilly 50 Mile Spring Ride
The ride will start and end at Mineola Trailhead Park. Safe, shade covered parking. Check-in 8:00 AM. Ride begins at 8:30 AM. The route is mostly on back roads, scenic route, the ride includes riding up Sugar Loaf Mountain. A supported SAG stop midway on the route (water and snacks).Paper and/or digital route provided. Ride your speed during the 50-mile route. This is a ride, not a race. Designed for the recreational to the experienced cyclist. Delicious lunch provided following ride for all registered riders. $20 per rider includes supported stops and lunch after the ride. Visit: www.teamc2c.org for more details.
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Info: http://c2cbikeride.com/
Register: http://2019.teamc2c.org/spring-ride/
Last update 2020-01-16 Ride ID 2695 posted by Team C2C Bike Club (571)
 
April 26 (Sun)
Saint Augustine FL
29th Annual Tour de Forts Classic
Hosted by North Florida Bicycle Club. 25/37/56/70/100 miles. This classic one-day bicycle event is designed for road cyclists of all abilities. Ride with us in the footsteps of history on all new routes through St. Augustine past the Castillo de San Marcos and along the Atlantic coast to Fort Matanzas. Longer routes head west through farmlands, on the Palatka-to-St. Augustine State Trail and along the St. Johns River. Pre-ride snacks, rest stops, a post-ride lunch, mechanical support, motorcycle escorts and roving SAGs will be provided by NFBC. The St. Johns County Sheriff and St. Augustine Police will provide traffic control. All you have to do is ride and enjoy the day. Enjoy the many things to do and see in the ancient City of St. Augustine and make it a weekend getaway.
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Info: http://registerTDF.com
Last update 2019-07-23 Ride ID 2707 posted by North Florida Bicycle Club (617)
 
April 30 (Thur)
White Springs FL
SBA Spring Pedal ′n′ Paddle Festival with Century
Come ride the roads, the trails, walk the Florida trail or paddle down the Suwannee River with friends and members of the SBA. Event runs from April 30- May3 2020. Enjoy the beautiful back roads around White Springs or the 50+ miles of off road trails. On Saturday ride a full/metric century with rest stops at Stephen Foster CC State Park or local stores. Event starts Thursday with a non-supported ride. Thursday evening join all participants for a pot luck at SBA Headquarters. Pick up your registration packet beginning Thursday at 1 PM at SBA Headquarters. After Thursday ALL registration and events meet at Nelly Bly′s in Stephen Foster CC State Park. Registration will open at 8am on Friday and Sunday and 7am on Saturday. Breakfast will be served each morning. Friday events begin with at 9AM with a 40+ mile road ride around White Springs. Also Friday, Paddle the Suwannee River or Ichetucknee Springs. Social events include a Wine and Cheese Meet and Greet on Friday evening from 5:30-7:00 PM. Saturday join the Pedal & Paddle group, ride full/metric century or tour the beautiful area of White Springs. Saturday night enjoy the Chocolate Deserts. Registration includes shared Camp Site for Thursday, Friday and Saturday night only. Registration fee is based on shared camp site. Each participant must make their own reservations at Stephen Foster State Park prior to Thursday evening. If you plan to arrive prior to Thursday evening, please notify campsite coordinator and every effort will be made to place guest on same site. Cabins are available on first come basis. Local hotels are available within 3 miles of down town White Springs. Visit SBA web site ( http://www.suwanneebike.org/ ) for more information or go to Eventbright and register. Registration opens last of January or first of February. For information please feel free to contact Dale Nanny at dalenanny@aol.com
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Info: http://www.suwanneebike.org/
Last update 2020-01-10 Ride ID 2568 posted by Suwannee Bicycle Association (369)
 

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April 2019 Archive

April 6 (Sat)
Monroeville AL
Cyclepaths Challenge
Cyclepaths bike club of Monroe County was started as a way for local riders to enjoy the rural areas around Monroeville and ride as a group year round. Our mission is to educate others about cycling and exercise and at the same time support Smile-a-Mile for Children with cancer. Our motto: "Until there is a cure, we will ride." Our century ride is Cyclepaths Challenge, #2 in the ALABAMA BACKROADS CENTURY SERIES, and winds through the back roads of Monroe and Conecuh Counties. Enjoy smooth roads and take advantage of great rest stops, friendly volunteers, and unique treats. Evergreen Metric-Distance: 67 miles Take a metric century ride to Evergreen and back to the Monroeville Square. Peterman Loop Ride-Distance: 31 miles Make a short loop to Peterman and pedal back to the Square. Start Time: 8:00 am
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Info: http://www.cyclepathsbikeclub.com/
Last update 2019-02-16 Ride ID 2544 posted by Alabama Backroads Century Series (268)
 
April 7 (Sun)
Estero FL
8th Annual Cycling for Fallen Heroes
Annual Charity Bicycle Ride Here is your chance to ride with the Brotherhood Riders in a 10, 28, 42 or 62 mile ride led by the Brotherhood Ride team themselves. Enjoy a power breakfast, ladder truck arch, bagpipe ceremony and a moment of silence before the ride and then kick back with a lunch buffet following the ride. There will be awesome raffle prizes and the first 200 riders to register are guaranteed t-shirts! Register online today!
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Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/2217384964994434/
Last update 2019-02-09 Ride ID 2691 posted by Brotherhood Ride (430)
 
April 27 (Sat)
Seffner FL
Hillsborough County Sheriff′s Office Fallen Heroes Memorial Ride
This event is a 25 or 50 mile (rider choice) charity bike ride to raise funds for HCSO Charities, Inc and the HCSO Memorial Plaza. On-site registration and check-in begins at McDonald Elementary School at 7:00 A.M. The ride begins at 8:00 A.M. and goes through rural areas of Hillsborough County. We will have a fully marked route with SAG support and a rest stop with waterhttp:. Each registration receives a t-shirt and goodie bag. Register before 02/28/2019 to take advantage of our $99 registration and custom jersey deal!
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Info: https://www.hcsocharities.com/
Last update 2019-01-16 Ride ID 2685 posted by Hcso Charities Inc. (543)
 
April 28 (Sun)
St. Augustine FL
28th Annual Tour de Forts Classic
North Florida Bicycle Club. 25/37/56/70/100 miles. On-line registration is opened. This classic one-day bicycle event is designed for road cyclists of all abilities. Ride with us in the footsteps of history on all new routes through St. Augustine past the Castillo de San Marcos and along the Atlantic coast to Fort Matanzas. Longer routes head west through farmlands, on the Palatka-to-St. Augustine State Trail and along the St. Johns River. Pre-ride snacks, rest stops, a post-ride lunch, mechanical support, motorcycle escorts and roving SAGs will be provided by NFBC. The St. Johns County Sheriff and St. Augustine Police will provide traffic control. All you have to do is ride and enjoy the day. Enjoy the many things to do and see in the ancient City of St. Augustine and make it a weekend getaway.
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Info: http://registertdf.com
Last update 2018-10-17 Ride ID 2583 posted by North Florida Bicycle Club (68)
 

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