Best Road Biking in Florida

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Florida, Hillsborough County

01 :31 hrs
7.7 mi
14.317285 ft

This trail is a good one for all skill levels to enjoy. You will pedal through nice wooded areas, ride along a canal, and cross a couple bridges. The trail is only minutes away from downtown Tampa, but it is still quiet and peaceful. Facilities are available at your start point and along the way.


Florida, Monroe County

10 :20 hrs
103.4 mi
4.723243 ft

This ride through the keys provides very nice scenery as you ride over several bridges and along many beaches. Ride carefully as the entire route is on the busy Overseas Highway. You will see many different birds along the way. Near the end you might even see deer, lizards, snakes, and other wildlife. Facilities are available at your start point and along the way. Several options are available for a shorter route.


Mississippi, Biloxi

01 :39 hrs
16.5 mi
6.348848 ft

This is a great urban ride through the city centers of Biloxi and Ocean Springs. You will ride along the beach in Biloxi with spectacular vistas over the long beach and large open waters. Crossing the bridge to Ocean Springs also offers many views of the water as well as of the cities. Another great beach ride is waiting after you cross the bridge and you will cut through some of the city streets in Ocean Springs and Biloxi before finishing. The cities are busy and there is lots of traffic but bicycle lanes and paths are available.


Florida, Marion County

03 :56 hrs
39.5 mi
30.475304 ft

This ride is a pleasant one through scenic countryside on the outskirts of Ocala. Facilities can be found in two convenience stores that are on the route. You will ride through both shade and sun as you wind through this hilly, beautiful farm land.


Florida, Miami

02 :02 hrs
20.4 mi
4.5009847 ft

Coconut Grove to Key Biscayne is one of the more popular routes in the Miami area. You will be riding on a well maintained bike path through nice scenery of the coast with plenty to see and do on the way. You will pass museums, aquariums, and plenty of places to stop for food if desired. Prepare to be in the sun for the entire ride.


Alabama, Gulf Shores

03 :25 hrs
17.1 mi
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Travel along Alabama’s Gulf Coast viewing the white sand along the beaches as the ocean water rushes up the beach side. Begin from the west end of Beach Boulevard along Alabamas Gulf Coast and travel east to “Flora-Bama”, a beach side oyster bar and gulf coast cultural landmark. End your ride here and join the fun inside the beach side bar and enjoy the beaches, or treat this as a out and back ride (shown here).


Georgia, Glynn County

01 :26 hrs
14.4 mi
5.403507 ft

Jekyll Island Ramble offers a great cycle for the whole family, as it is the smallest barrier island that is accessible to the public. By state law only 35 percent of the land can be developed, so 65 percent of the land is untouched making this ride very scenic. This is simply the best coastal cycle in all of Georgia. Be aware that because this is a very popular vacation destination so traffic may be heavy during the summer months.


Florida, Miami-Dade County

01 :28 hrs
14.7 mi
0.9520234 ft

The Shark Valley Loop is a very scenic ride within the Everglades National Forest. You are bound to see several alligators, some of them on the actual road. You might also see turtles, fish, birds, snakes, and more. The entire ride is in the sun so prepare accordingly. The road is wide, giving plenty of room for all traffic that includes cyclists, hikers, and a tourist tram.


Florida, Tallahassee

04 :18 hrs
21.7 mi
51.59297 ft

The Wacissa Springs Ride is a beautiful, rewarding ride with a lot of different elements. You will start at Myers Park, and ride through a part of the canopied Old St. Augustine Road. Sections of the ride will have small hills, while the majority is flat. You will ride through shade, but most of this route is in the sun. Your destination is the gorgeous Wacissa Springs, where you can swim and use the facilities before your return.


Florida, Citrus County

04 :36 hrs
46.1 mi
21.333183 ft

The Withlacoochee State Trail is a scenic, well paved ride. You will cycle through many beautiful shaded sections, and have views of the Withlacoochee River. Several trailheads are available to choose from for variations in length. Camping is also available in the Silver Lake Recreation Area. Plenty of stops for food, drink, and facilities are available in the towns of Citrus Springs, Floral City, and others.

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