Central Florida Rides

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Florida National Cemetery Loop

Scenic Ride 44

Even before Florida was granted statehood in 1845, the land in and around the Withlacoochee State Forest has been populated by farms and ranches. The area was home to a sugar mill during the Civil War and was a major contributor to Florida's citrus industry for many years. This month's ride starts at the Florida National Cemetery which is just off 1-75, north of Brooksville. Along with miles and miles of country back roads, you'll find cool places to stop for a break in and around Floral City and Brooksville.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in front of the Florida National Cemetery
  2. County Road 476B - North - 2.4 Miles
  3. CR 476E - Right - 1.6 Miles
  4. CR 625 - Left - 1.9 Miles
  5. SR 48 - Left - 5.1 Miles
  6. CR 575 - Left - 6.3 Miles
  7. CR 476/Lake Lindsay Rd - Right - 2.6 Miles
  8. CR 439/Istachatta Rd - Right - 7.3 Miles
  9. CR 48/E Bushnell Rd - Left - 1.7 Miles
  10. US 41/Florida Ave - Left - 1.3 Miles
  11. CR 480/Stagecoach Drive - Right - 4.2 Miles
  12. CR 581/Pleasant Grove Rd - Left - 6.2 Miles
  13. US 41/Broad St - Right - 3.9 Miles
  14. Mondon Hill Rd - Left - 0.5 Miles
  15. Jasmine Dr - Right - 0.9 Miles
  16. SR 50/Cortez Blvd - Left - 12.7 Miles
  17. US 301 - Left - 7.5 Miles
  18. CR 673 - Left - 4.1 Miles
  19. CR 476 - Straight - 0.8 Miles
  20. Returns to start of the ride.

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This Ride is Mine

Scenic Ride 42

More than a century ago phosphate mining helped establish many of the small towns in central Florida. Most of those mines are no longer active but the roadways that snake around the pits and reservoirs left behind are the perfect remedy for crowded road fever.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Mulberry @ intersection of SR60 and SR37
  2. SR 60 - East - 2.9 Miles
  3. Bonnie Mine Rd - Right -4.2 Miles
  4. CR 640/Pinecrest - Left -3.9 Miles
  5. CR 555/Agricola Rd - Left - 4.9 Miles
  6. SR 60/Main St - Right - 0.3 Miles
  7. W Main St - Right - 0.5 Miles
  8. S Floral Ave - Right - 1.8 Miles
  9. Noralyn Mine Rd - Left - 3.2 Miles
  10. CR 640 - Left - 2.5 Miles
  11. Old Homeland Rd - Left - 2.8 Miles
  12. S Kissingen Ave - Straight - 0.9 Miles
  13. Mann Rd - Right - 0.2 Miles
  14. US 17/US 98 - Right - 8.9 Miles
  15. CR 630 - Right - 5.3 Miles
  16. CR 555 - Right - 3.0 Miles
  17. Agricola Rd - Left - 5.8 Miles
  18. Old SR 37 - Right - 2.4 Miles
  19. Pebbledale Rd - Right - 1.8 Miles
  20. Pinecrest Rd - Left - 2.4 Miles
  21. SR 37 N - Right - 3.0 Miles
  22. Returns you to the starting point

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EASY AS A-B-C RIDE

Scenic Ride 35

This ride begins in Archer, then meanders through Belleview before heading towards the Gulf and ending in Crystal River taking you through the heart of central Florida. Small towns, horse farms, and quaint country roads combine to make this a relaxing ride.

Road Name Direction Distance Total

  1. Starting in Archer at the corner of SR 24 and US 41
  2. US 41 - South - 0.5 Miles
  3. SW CR 346 - Left - 7.3 Miles
  4. SR 121 S - Right - 1.9 Miles
  5. NW Hwy 320 - Left - 6.7 Miles
  6. N Hwy 329 - Right - 8.4 Miles
  7. NW 75 Ave - Right - 4.4 Miles
  8. NW 100 St - Straight - 0.5 Miles
  9. NW 70' Ave - Straight - 6.6 Miles
  10. NW 80 Ave - Straight - 4.0 Miles
  11. SW 38" St - Left - 2.0 Miles
  12. SW 60 Ave - Right - 2.3 Miles
  13. SR 200 - Left - 0.4 Miles
  14. SW 66 St - Right - 3.4 Miles
  15. SW 19 Ave Rd - Straight - 1.1 Miles
  16. SW 80 St - Left - 3.6 Miles
  17. US 27/US 301 - Right - 3.3 Miles
  18. SE 110 St - Right - 4.2 Miles
  19. CR 475 S - Left - 2.6 Miles
  20. SE 135" SUCR 484 - Right - 22.3 Miles
  21. S Williams SVUS 41 - Left - 0.5 Miles
  22. W Dunnellon Rd - Right - 7.0 Miles
  23. N Citrus Ave - Left - 7.7 Miles
  24. Reach your destination Crystal River

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Cool Springs Ride

Scenic Ride 33

Summers are HOT in Florida but you can find some relief at two of Florida's cool natural springs. Rainbow Springs is the starting point on a tour past farms and forests on this route to lchetucknee State Park. Both parks offer swimming, tubing, nature trails, and more. You can even camp at Rainbow Springs. Don't forget to pack those swimsuits!

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start at Rainbow Springs State Park near Dunellon
  2. SW 180th Ave - North - 4.6 Miles
  3. SR 40 E - Right - 7.7 Miles
  4. NW 110th Ave - Left - 4.4 Miles
  5. US 27 - Right - 0.5 Miles
  6. NW Hwy 225 - Left - 3.2 Miles
  7. CR 326 - Left - 9.0 Miles
  8. SE 32nd Place - Left - 0.4 Miles
  9. US 41 - Right - 0.3 Miles
  10. CR 326/SE 30th St - Left - 8.7 Miles
  11. CR 337 - Right - 9.3 Miles
  12. SR 337 - Straight - 0.1 Miles
  13. NE CR 337/Penn. Ave- Straight - 1.7 Miles
  14. US 27 ALT/E Hathaway - Left - 3.7 Miles
  15. CR 339 - Right -12.4 Miles
  16. US 129 - Right - 0.9 Miles
  17. SR 47/Trenton Blvd - Right - 17.5 Miles
  18. CR 138 - Left - 8.1 Miles
  19. US 129 - Right - 4.2 Miles
  20. US 27 - Right - 5.1 Miles
  21. Arrive at Ichetucknee Springs State Park

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Lovely Scenic Ride

Scenic Ride 32

This tour starts beachside just south of Fort Myers Beach at the entrance to Lovers Key State Park. The popular park is home to manatees, dolphins, and bald eagles.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Ride starts at Love Key State Park
  2. Estero Blvd - South - 2.6 Miles
  3. Hickory Blvd - Straight - 2.1 Miles
  4. Bonita Beach Rd - Left - 1.6 Miles
  5. CR 856A/Vanderbilt Dr - Right - 4.0 Miles
  6. CR 846/Immokalee Rd Loft - 33.9 Miles
  7. (The route has some turns - just follow to Immokalee)
  8. W Main SUSR 29 - Left - 5.4 Miles
  9. Immokalee Rd/SR 82 W - Left - 5.3 Miles
  10. Corkscrew Rd/CR 850 - Left - 14.1 Miles
  11. Alico Rd - Right - 11.1 Miles
  12. Tamiami THUS 41 - Right - 2.7 Miles
  13. Gladiolus Dr - Left - 1.2 Miles
  14. Summerlin Rd/CF 869 - Left - 1.9 Miles
  15. San Carlos Blvd - Left - 3.1 Miles
  16. Estero Blvd - Left - 7.1 Miles
  17. Return to starting point

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48 Miles Of Smiles

Scenic Ride 31

Draw a box on the map using US301, SR52, US41, and SR50 as the borders. Inside that box, you'll find some of Florida's most satisfying backroads.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Starts at intersection of -75 and SR52
  2. SR 52 West - West - 1.9 Miles
  3. Bellamy Brothers Blvd - Right - 2.6 Miles
  4. Darby Rd - Right - 4.5 Miles
  5. Scharber Rd - Left -1.5 Miles
  6. St Joe Rd - Left - 4.3 Miles
  7. Bellamy Brothers Blvd - Right - 2.5 Miles
  8. Johnston Rd - Right - 3.6 Miles
  9. Lake lola Rd - Left - 0.6 Miles
  10. Bayhead Rd - Left - 4.4 Miles
  11. Bellamy Brothers Blvd - Right - 1.0 Miles
  12. Culbreath Rd - Straight - 1.0 Miles
  13. Hayman Rd - Right - 5.3 Miles
  14. Spring Lake Hwy - Right - 2.5 Miles
  15. lake lola Rd - Straight - 1.0 Miles
  16. Blanton Rd - Left - 2.2 Miles
  17. James Rd - 2nd Right - 0.2 Miles
  18. Jessamine Rd - Left - 3.0 Miles
  19. Curley Rd - Straight - 2.3 Miles
  20. Pasco Rd - Right - 3.9 Miles
  21. SR 52 - Right - 0.2 Miles
  22. Retums to starting point

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Heartland Ride #2

Scenic Ride 29

The area northwest of Lake Okeechobee is known as Florida's Heartland. Citrus groves, farm fields, and cattle ranches cover this area. There are quaint and historic towns like Arcadia, Avon Park and Wauchula along the route with excellent opportunities for dining and sightseeing. Highlands Hammock State Park is one of the state's oldest and Lake Placid's business district has more than 40 murals depicting everything from dinosaurs to the Last Supper. 

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start at intersection of SR 70 & US 27
  2. US 27 - North - 9.7 Miles
  3. CR 17 - Right - 6.7 Miles
  4. US 98 - Left - 0.5 Miles
  5. CR 178 - Right - 3.4 Miles
  6. CR 623/Airport Rd - Left - 2.8 Miles
  7. SE Lakeview Dr - Left - 1.1 Miles
  8. Keep Right at the fork in the road
  9. US 27/0S 08 - Straight - 1.7 Miles
  10. CR 634/Hammock Rd - Left - 8.0 Miles
  11. Parnell Rd - Right - 1.8 Miles
  12. Steve Roberts Special - Left - 10.8 Miles
  13. SR 64 - Left - 0.8 Miles
  14. US 17/SR 35 - Right - 10.3
  15. FL 664/NW County Line - Right - 12.1
  16. w Bereah Rd - Left - 2.4
  17. Avon Park Cutoff - Right - 4.8
  18. US 27/US 98 - Right - 6.4
  19. SR 64/W Main St - Right - 6.8
  20. SR 671/Parnell Rd - Left - 10.8
  21. Crossing SR 66 - Straight
  22. Crewsville Rd - Straight - 9.3
  23. Sweetwater Rd - Left - 5.9
  24. US 17/SR 35 - Left - 14.4
  25. SR 70/E Magnolia St - Left - 32.7
  26. Return to starting point

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MT. DORA to
ZELLWOOD LOOP

Scenic Ride 28

Finding scenic rides near Orlando is a challenge with all of the tourist sprawl. We did find a few good backroads in the area near Mt Dora and Zellwood. The ride itself will only take you an hour but that gives you time to detour to Wekiwa Springs State Park or sample the sweet tastings at the Zellwood Sweet Corn Festival in May of each year. And, no matter what time of year you make the ride, the shops and restaurants in Mt Dora are open for business.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start east of Mt Dora at US 441 & SR 46 Intersection
  2. SR 46 - East - 1.9 Miles
  3. Round Lake Rd - Right - 2.0 Miles
  4. Ondich Rd - Left - 2.1 Miles
  5. CR 437/Plymouth Sorrento Rd - Left - 1.4 Miles
  6. Adair Dr - Right - 1.4 Miles
  7. Troon Ave - Right - 0.2 Miles
  8. CR 435/Mt Plymouth Rd - Right - 2.9 Miles
  9. w Kelly Park Rd - Left - 0.5 Miles
  10. CR 435/Rock Springs Rd - Right - 2.0 Miles
  11. E Ponkan Rd - Right - 5.2 Miles
  12. N Round Lake Rd - Right - 0.3 Miles
  13. W Jones Ave - Left - 4.2 Miles
  14. Duda Rd - Straight - 0.3 Miles
  15. CR 448A - Left - 0.5 Miles
  16. CR 48 - Right - 4.3 Miles
  17. CR 561/Monroe St - Right - 3.9 Miles
  18. CR 448 - Right - 6.0 Miles
  19. Dora Dr - Left - 2.3 Miles
  20. Beauclair Ave - Right - 0.2 Miles
  21. S Clayton St - Left - 1.3 Miles
  22. E 1 Ave - Right - 0.7 Miles
  23. Returns to starting point

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THE A to Z RIDE

Scenic Ride 27

Touring three central Florida counties, this ride takes you along parts of Florida's historic Cracker Trail. Start out in Arcadia, which was once a thriving gateway to the South Florida trading outposts.

The route heads westward skirting along the boundary for the Myakka River State Park. The roads are flat, with mostly straight stretches interrupted by a few gentle curves. SR 64 is considered part of the Florida Cracker Trail which recognizes the important roles the cattle and horse industry played in this area's development.

The leisurely ride winds up in Zolfo Springs which was named by a group of Italian pioneers in the early 1 B00's when they were dredging the Peace River and came upon a nearby spring which emitted a strong sulfur odor. Zolfo is Italian for sulfur.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Arcadia at the intersection of US 17 & SR 70
  2. SR 70 - West - 13.4 Miles
  3. County In Rd - Left - 1.1 Miles
  4. Clay Gully Rd - Straight - 12.9 Miles
  5. Myakka Rd - Right - 2.6 Miles
  6. Jomar Rd - Slight Left - 0.1 Miles
  7. Myakka Rd - Right - 1.0 Miles
  8. Verna Rd - Straight - 3.6 Miles
  9. SR 70 East - Right - 7.1 Miles
  10. Wauchula Rd - Left - 10.4 Miles
  11. SR 64 East - Right - 4.2 Miles
  12. CR 665 - Right - 5.6 Miles
  13. Goose Pond Rd - Left - 6.6 Miles
  14. Bridges Rd - Straight - 2.0 Miles
  15. Murphy Rd/CR 663 - Left - 5.5 Miles
  16. SR 64 - Right - 5.1 Miles

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SWAPMEET SWAMP

Scenic Ride 26

Central Florida has a lot to offer when it comes to riding. There are still many areas that have yet to be developed where you can cruise for miles enjoying the rural views. This route was designed as a scenic ride to the Webster Flea Market and then a slightly longer route through the Green Swamp to return. Pick any section of the route and you're sure to enjoy it. 

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start on SR 52 just east of I-75, near the Flying!
  2. Pasco Rd - North - 2.4 Miles
  3. CR 577/Curley Rd - Left - 2.2 Miles
  4. Jessamine Rd - Straight - 3.0 Miles
  5. James Rd - Right - 0.2 Miles
  6. Blanton Rd - Right - 1.3 Miles
  7. CR 575/Trilby Rd - Left - 11.0 Miles
  8. SR 50 - Right - 6.4 Miles
  9. CR 478A - Left - 6.3 Miles
  10. SR 471/Market Blvd - Left - 3.3 Miles
  11. SR 48E - Right - 3.8 Miles
  12. CR 469 - Straight - 2.8 Miles
  13. CR 728/Tuscanooga - Left - 5.6 Miles
  14. SR 50/Myers Blvd - Left - 0.3 Miles
  15. CR 565/S Bay Lake - Right - 7.4 Miles
  16. Lake Erie Rd - Left - 5.0 Miles
  17. SR 33 - Right - 10.1 Miles
  18. Greenpond Rd - Right - 4.0 Miles
  19. Rockridge Rd - Straight - 12.0 Miles
  20. SR 35/US98 - Right - 14.7 Miles
  21. US 301/US 90 - Right - 0.3 Miles
  22. CR 52A/Clinton Ave - Left - 3.1 Miles
  23. CR 52A/Prospect Rd - Right - 0.3 Miles
  24. SR 52 - Left - 5.4 Miles
  25. Returns to Starting point

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CHRISTMAS

Scenic Ride 25

When it was founded in 1837, the area was called Fort Christmas but was shortened to Christmas when the Post Office opened in 1892. The Post Office is extremely busy during the holiday season with those seeking the coveted Christmas, FL postmark on their holiday cards and letters.

This route does include some toll roads. You can use your Sunpass or the state will bill you by plate number.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Christmas on Hwy 50 at the Post Office
  2. SR 50 - East - 0.5 Miles
  3. Taylor Creek Rd - Right - 5.4 Miles
  4. SR 520E - Left - 7.3 Miles
  5. Nova Rd - Right - 26.5 Miles
  6. US 192/US 441 - Right - 1.3 Miles
  7. S Narcoosee Rd - Right - 11.2 Miles
  8. FL 417N (toll) - Right - 3.4 Miles
  9. Exit 26 to Cocoa - Right -1.0 Miles
  10. FL 528E (toll) - Merge - 7.5 Miles
  11. Exit 24 Dallas Blvd - Right - 0.3 Miles
  12. Dallas Blvd/SR 13 - Left - 4.6 Miles
  13. Majestic St - Right - 1.0 Miles
  14. Bancroft Blvd - Right - 0.4 Miles
  15. Maxim Pkwy - Left - 1.1 Miles
  16. SR 520 - Left - 1.7 Miles
  17. SR SOE - Right - 3.5 Miles
  18. Returns to starting point

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Gainesville Loop

Scenic Ride 23

You don't have to be a Gator fan to enjoy this ride which circles through the woodlands and prairies surrounding Alachua county's largest city. The route includes a portion of the Old Florida Heritage highway as you roll across Paynes Prairie Reserve. Time seems to have stood still in Micanopy, a small town with stately mansions and historic homesteads. You'll find some history, nature, and culture all in one ride.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start at intersection of 1-75 (Exit 382) and SW Williston Rd
  2. SR 331/SW Williston Rd - East - 2.0 Miles
  3. US 441/SW 130 ST - Right - 8.7 Miles
  4. CR 346 - Left - 9.7 Miles
  5. CR 325 - Left - 4.9 Miles
  6. SR 207SE Hawthore Rd - Left - 1.5 Miles
  7. CR 234 - Right - 7.1 Miles
  8. SR 26 - Left - 2.9 Miles
  9. SR 222 - Straight - 4.4 Miles
  10. SR 24/Waldo Rd - Right - 1.4 Miles
  11. CR 232/NE 53" Ave Left - 0.1 Miles
  12. CR 225/NE 39 St - Right - 6.4 Miles
  13. NW 156 Ave - Left - 8.5 Miles
  14. CR 237 - Left - 2.2 Miles
  15. SR 20/ML King Blvd - Right - 4.8 Miles
  16. CR 241/NW 140 SI - Left - 9.7 Miles
  17. SR 26/W Newberry Rd - Right - 1.6 Miles
  18. CR 241/SW 170 St - Left - 7.5 Miles
  19. US 41/N University Ave - Left - 1.1 Miles
  20. CR 346 - Left - 7.3 Miles
  21. SR 121/5W Williston Rd - Left - 8.0 Miles
  22. Return to start

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The Ormond Loop And Beyond

Scenic Ride 22

The Ormond Loop, a National Scenic Byway, takes you on a tranquil ride through the Tomoka Basin. We start beachside before winding through the marshlands and canopied covered two-lane roadways. We've extended our ride north to Bunnell. The scenery continues though with less traffic.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Ormond Beach at the Intersection of A1A and E Granada Blvd
  2. A 1A/Ocean Shore Blvd - North - 8.8 Miles
  3. High Bridge Road - Left (West) - 2.0 Miles
  4. Walter Boardman Lane - Left - 1.2 Miles
  5. Old Dixie Hwy - Right - 3.6 Miles
  6. A left tum here keeps you on the official Loop route back to Ormond Beach
  7. US-1 - Right (North) - 5.6 Miles
  8. SR 100/SE Moody Blvd - Right - 5.0 Miles
  9. Old Kings Road S - Right - 5.4 Miles
  10. Old Dixie Hwy - Left - 7.4 Miles
  11. N Beach Street - Straight - 3.2 Miles
  12. W. Granada Blvd - Left - 1.0 Miles
  13. Returns you to the start.

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Samsula Spin

Scenic Ride 21

This ride begins and ends at the famous Cabbage Patch in Samsula. It's a relaxing ride with some unique stopping off points such as Cassadaga, the town known as the "Physic Capital of the World". Don't worry they know you're coming. Reaching the coast you can add a side trip south about 20 miles to visit the Kennedy Space Center.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Starts at Tomoka Farms Rd and Pioneer Trail
  2. Pioneer Trail - West - 3.8 Miles
  3. SR 44 - Right - 5.9 Miles
  4. IN Prevatt Ave - Left - 3.4 Miles
  5. Lake Helen Osteen Rd - Straight - 4.3 Miles
  6. Howland Blvd - Left - 4.2 Miles
  7. SR 4155 - Right - 1.6 Miles
  8. New Smyrna Blvd - Left - 0.1 Miles
  9. Florida Ave/Maytown Rd - Straight - 15.5 Miles
  10. Maytown Osteen Rd - Straight - 5.9 Miles
  11. Beacon Light Rd - Left - 4.0 Miles
  12. Volco Rd - Right - 2.1 Miles
  13. Ridgewood Ave/US1 Left - 6.1 Miles
  14. SR 44 - Right - 0.1 Miles
  15. @Palmetto St U-Turn - 0.0 Miles
  16. SR 44 - West - 2.9 Miles
  17. NGlencoe Rd - Right - 0.9 Miles
  18. Pioneer Trail - Left - 6.5 Miles
  19. Returns to starting point.

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Heartland

Scenic Ride 20

Starting in Sebring this ride winds through Highlands Hammock State Park and then down to Lake Placid where you'll find dozens of murals in the historic downtown. This area also produces 98 percent of the world's supply of caladiums. The east side of the loop takes you around Lake lstokpoga, Florida's fifth largest lake renown for its bass fishing.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start at the circle in downtown Sebring
  2. S Ridgewood Drive - South - 0.2 Miles
  3. SE Lakeview Drive - Left - 1.6 Miles
  4. US 98 N - Straight - 1.7 Miles
  5. Hammock Rd/CR634 Left - 8.0 Miles
  6. Parnell Rd - Left - 4.2 Miles
  7. SR 66 E - Left - 6.5 Miles
  8. Payne Rd - Right - 2.0 Miles
  9. Lake Josephine Dr - Left - 1.0 Miles
  10. Henscratch Rd - Right - 3.9 Miles
  11. Miller Ave - Left - 2.7 Miles
  12. Poplar St - Right - 0.3 Miles
  13. Lake June Rd - Straight - 3.8 Miles
  14. CR 17 - Right - 1.2 Miles
  15. N Main Ave - Straight - 0.4 Miles
  16. Interlake Blvd - Left - 0.5 Miles
  17. CR 621 - Straight - 16.3 Miles
  18. US 98/CR 700 - Left - 3.5 Miles
  19. Arbuckle Creek Rd - Left - 15.3 Miles
  20. SR 17 - Straight - 1.6 Miles
  21. N Ridgewood Dr - Right - 0.6 Miles
  22. Returns to starting point.

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Auburndale Loop

Scenic Ride 19

Auburndale was founded in 1880 by some northern folks seeking a warm winter refuge. Since then, the citrus groves and ranching have been the maintstays of the local economy. The rural setting is what makes this ride appealing as you roll past the multitude of lakes in this area. We doubt you'll find a road with more curves per mile than Lake Lowery Road.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Auburndale at N Bartow Ave & Stadium Rd
  2. N Bartow Ave/SR 559 North 0.1
  3. Lake Stella Dr - Right - 0.2 Miles
  4. N Main St - Right - 0.1 Miles
  5. Lake Ariana Blvd - Straight - 1.4 Miles
  6. Polk City Rd/SR 559 - Right - 4.4 Miles
  7. Will Van Fleet Rd/CR 559A - Left - 0.7 Miles
  8. C Fred Jones Blvd - Left - 1.2 Miles
  9. Berkley Rd/CR 655 - Right - 2.1 Miles
  10. Commonwealth Ave/SR33 - Left - 3.0 Miles
  11. Fussell Rd - Right - 4.4 Miles
  12. Old Grade Rd/CR 557 - Right - 4.0 Miles
  13. Haines City/Old Polk Rd - Left - 5.5 Miles
  14. Lake Lowery Rd - Right - 5.8 Miles
  15. Old Haines City/Lake Alfred - Right - 0.8 Miles
  16. Experiment Station Rd Left - 0.1 - Miles
  17. E Alfred St/US17 - Right - 1.4 Miles
  18. W Pierce St - Right - 0.8 Miles
  19. Lake Alfred Rd - Straight - 2.3 Miles
  20. Stadium Rd - Straight - 1.0 Miles
  21. Returns you to starting point

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HAINES CITY

Scenic Ride 17

Haines City's history incluldes agriculture and this ride gives you a chance to see some of that old fashioned rural charm meeting up with modern society's urban growth.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Haines City at US 92 and E Johnson Ave
  2. E Johnson Ave/CR 580 - East - 1.5 Miles
  3. Marion Creek Rd/CR 580 - Straight - 8.4 Miles
  4. Becomes Cypress Pkwy
  5. Marigold Ave - Right - 4.5 Miles
  6. Poinciana Pkwy - Right - 4.9 Miles
  7. Lake Hatchineha Rd - Right - 1.9 Miles
  8. Watkins Rd - Left 2.1 Miles
  9. Canal Rd - Right - 2.0 Miles
  10. Timberlane Rd - Left - 2.9 Miles
  11. Masterpiece Rd/SR 17 Alt - Left - 5.8 Miles
  12. Burns Ave - Straight - 0.1 Miles
  13. SR 17 N - Right - 8.8 Miles
  14. Center St/SR 17 N - Right - 5.9 Miles
  15. E Hinson Ave - Right - 0.3 Miles
  16. US 17 N - Left - 0.5 Miles
  17. Returns you to the starting point.

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LAKE "O" East Side Ride

Scenic Ride 15

Good riding roads are rare to be found between the eastern shore of Lake Okeechobee and the Atlantic coast, but we found a nice little route that you're sure to enjoy. The ride isn't all that long but make sure you've got enough fuel before you start as you won't find a lot available on this ride. You will enjoy some scenic backroads and a few stretches of canopied highway along the way to afford some shade from the sun.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start west of Stuart at intersection of SW Martin Hwy & SW Citrus Blvd
  2. SW Citrus Blvd/CR 76A - South - 15.9 Miles
  3. SW Warfield/SR 710 - Right - 4.1 Miles
  4. SW Fox Brown Rd - Right - 8.6 Miles
  5. SW Martin Hwy/CR 714 - Left - 7.7 Miles
  6. SW Warfield Blvd/SR 710 - Left - 15.0 Miles
  7. SW Allapatah Rd - Left 9.1 Miles
  8. SW Martin Hwy/CR 714 - Right - 9.8 Miles
  9. Returns you to the starting point.

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Leesburg Lakeside Loop

Scenic Ride 14

The Leesburg/Lake County area has some excellent riding roads. This loop takes you north of town and around Lake Griffin. It's got some rolling hills, lakeside views, and curving, tree lined roadways. You're also likely to discover a couple of cool places to stop for a break along the way.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Leesburg at corner of SR 44/US 441
  2. US 441 - East - 1.8 Miles
  3. CR 44 - Left - 4.8 Miles
  4. Emeralda Ave - Left - 0.8 Miles
  5. Emeralda Island Rd - Left - 8.0 Miles
  6. CR 452 - Left - 2.3 Miles
  7. SR 42 - Left - 7.2 Miles
  8. SE 155 Ave - Left - 1.6 Miles
  9. Haywood Grove Rd - Straight - 0.5 Miles
  10. Marion County Rd - Left - 0.5 Miles
  11. Grays Airport Rd - Right - 4.8 Miles
  12. Eagles Nest Rd - Left - 0.5 Miles
  13. Lake Unity Rd/CR466B - Right - 1.8 Miles
  14. Picciola Rd - Right - 1.9 Miles
  15. Citrus Blvd/US 441 - Left - 3.0 Miles
  16. Return to the starting point.

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FOUR WONDERS OF FLORIDA

Scenic Ride 13

This ride takes you past some of the architectural wonders of central Florida. Start out at Florida Southern College, home to many examples of Frank Lloyd Wright's designs before riding out to the futuristic building along 1-4 that is home to Florida Polytechnic University. The route then winds through Winter Haven and past Legoland. Think of all the things that have been built with those little plastic blocks. The ride winds up at the famous Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Wales.

Road Name Direction Miles

  1. Start in Lakeland at Florida Southern College
  2. Hollingsworth Rd - North - 0.4 Miles
  3. SLake Parker Ave - Straight - 0.4 Miles
  4. E Main St - Right - 0.1 Miles
  5. N Gary Rd - Left - 1.2 Miles
  6. US 92/E Memorial Blvd - Right - 0.2 Miles
  7. Elake Parker Dr - Left - 4.4 Miles
  8. Old Combee Rd - Right - 1.1 Miles
  9. ST 659/N Combee Rd - Left - 1.2 Miles
  10. Lakeland Hills Blvd - Right - 1.1 Miles
  11. University Blvd - Right - 2.8 Miles
  12. Research way - Left - 1.7 Miles
  13. Pace Rd - Left - 1.3 Miles
  14. Berkley Rd - Right - 1.6 Miles
  15. Gapway Rd - Left - 1.9 Miles
  16. SR 589 - Right - 1.6 Miles
  17. Lake Ariana Blvd - Left - 0.9 Miles
  18. Old Lake Alfred Rd - Left - 0.4 Miles
  19. Dairy Rd - Right - 1.1 Miles
  20. Charlotte Rd - Straight - 0.5 Miles
  21. SR 544/Havendale Blvd - Left - 2.7 Miles
  22. US 17/8 St NW - Right - 0.4 Miles
  23. US 17/6 St NW - Straight - 2.5 Miles
  24. SR 540/Cypress Gardens - Left - 7.1 Miles
  25. US 27 - Right - 1.6 Miles
  26. Chalet Suzanne Rd - Left - 4.0 Miles
  27. SR 17/Masterpiece Rd - Straight - 8.0 Miles
  28. Tower Blvd - Right - 1.6 Miles
  29. Arrive at Bok Tower

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Ocala Forest Roads

Scenic Ride 12

Want to get away from the crowds? This ride through the Ocala National Forest will have you rolling down the backroads where the only things you need to look out for are the forest creatures. Be especially wary if riding through here at night. This ride has a bit of everything: tight curves, long straight runs, and even a couple of hills. Enjoy.

Road Name Direction Miles

  1. Start east of Silver Springs at SR40 & Hwy 315 intersection
  2. SR 40 - East - 2.4 Miles
  3. Hwy 314 - Left - 2.7 Miles
  4. NE 46 St - Right - 1.7 Miles
  5. NE 145 Ave - Straight - 2.8 Miles
  6. SR 40 - Left - 1.7 Miles
  7. CR 314A - Left - 7.0 Miles
  8. NE Hwy 314 - Right - 7.8 Miles
  9. NE 231" Ave/FR 88 - Right - 10.4 Miles
  10. SR 40 - Left - 7.8 Miles
  11. SR 19 - Left - 16.5 Miles
  12. CR 316 - Left - 15.2 Miles
  13. CR 315 - Left - 10.7 Miles
  14. Return to starting point

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Leesburg Sugarloaf
Mountain Loop

Scenic Ride 11

Leesburg is located in one of the most scenic areas of the state. This loop circles a couple of the lakes south of town and includes a ride across Sugarloaf Mountain, the 2nd highest natural elevation in Florida.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start at the corner of Canal and Main Street in Leesburg
  2. Canal Street - South - 0.3 Miles
  3. E Dicie/SR 44 - Right - 0.9 Miles
  4. US 27 - Left - 4.0 Miles
  5. CR 48 - Left - 2.5 Miles
  6. Number 2 Rd - Right - 5.4 Miles
  7. W Central Ave - Straight - 0.7 Miles
  8. S Lakeshore - Right - 1.0 Miles
  9. E Revels Rd - Straight - 0.9 Miles
  10. SR 19 - Left - 2.6 Miles
  11. Arrowree Blvd - Left - 1.8 Miles
  12. Howey Cross Rd - Left - 1.6 Miles
  13. CR 561 - Right - 1.8 Miles
  14. CR 561A - Left - 2.5 Miles
  15. Sugarloaf Mt Rd - Left - 3.7 Miles
  16. CR 561 - Right - 4.5 Miles
  17. Florida Ave - Right - 4.3 Miles
  18. CR 448A - Left - 1.4 Miles
  19. CR 448 - Straight - 4.7 Miles
  20. CR 561 - Right - 1.6 Miles
  21. SR 19 - Right - 1.7 Miles
  22. Lake Shore Blvd - Left - 0.2 Miles
  23. US 441 - Left - 7.9 Miles
  24. E E Dixie Ave - Left - 0.1 Miles
  25. E Main St - Right - 1.0 Miles
  26. Return to the starting point

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Bone Valley Ride

Scenic Ride 10

Finding valleys in Florida is sort of liking searching for palm trees in Alaska. However, there is an area of the state that geologists have dubbed "Bone Valley". They're referring to an acient fossil field that lies about 20 feet below the ground surface of this ride which loops through the phosphate mines of central Florida. We'll stay above ground and take a tour through the quaint townships of Bartow, Fort Meade, Bowling Green, and Wauchula. 

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Brandon at Intersection of CR 39 and Lithiab CR 664
  2. Pinecrest Road
  3. CR 640/Uthia Pinecrest East - 16.4 Miles
  4. CR 555 - Right - 3.1 Miles
  5. Agricola Rd - Right - 5.8 Miles
  6. Old SR 37 - Left - 4.3 Miles
  7. CR 630 - Left - 11.1 Miles
  8. S Orange Ave - Right - 0.8 Miles
  9. Mt Pisgah Rd - Straight - 6.7 Miles
  10. E County Line Rd - Right - 2.0 Miles
  11. Oak Ave - Left - 0.5 Miles
  12. CR 664 - Straight - 5.9 Miles
  13. CR 663/Brewster Rd - Left - 1.5 Miles
  14. SR 62 - Left - 6.0 Miles
  15. Polk Rd - Right - 3.0 Miles
  16. Kazen Rd - Right - 0.4 Miles
  17. Terrell Rd - Left - 0.9 Miles
  18. W Main St - Right - 5.3 Miles
  19. SR 64 - Right - 13.1 Miles
  20. S Duette Rd - Right - 10.1 Miles
  21. SR 62/Wauchula Rd - Left - 3.1 Miles
  22. CR 39/Logue Rd - Right - 18.2 Miles
  23. Returns to starting point

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Coastal Cruisin'

Scenic Ride 09

Florida has more than 11,00 miles of coastline. Much of it is covered with condos and hotels but there are still stretches where manatees, bald eagles, and even black bears can be found. Some of the best costal roads are found in an area known as the Nature Coast which stretches from Pasco to Wakulla counties along the Gulf Coast. 

We've selected four coastal byways which run westward from US 19/98. The Ozello Trail is the curviest of the group while you can swim with the manatees at the end of CR 44. Yankeetown was founded in 1923 by a policeman from Indiana and Cedar Key, which was once a small fishing village, is now a tourist getaway desination. 

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Crystal River at intersection of US 19/98 and Ozello Trail
  2. CR 494/W Ozello Trail - West - 9.2 Miles
  3. Ride to bridge at Peck's and return to US 19 - 9.2 Miles
  4. US 19/98 - Left (north) - 1.9 Miles
  5. CR 44 - Left (west) - 9.2 Miles
  6. Ride to boat launch and return to US 19 - 9.2 Miles
  7. US 19/98 - Left (north) - 13.2 Miles
  8. CR 40 - Left (West) - 7.3 Miles
  9. Ride to Yankeetown and return to US 19 - 7.3 Miles
  10. US 19/98 - Left (north) - 22.5 Miles
  11. SR 24 - Left (west) - 21.4 Miles
  12. Now that you're in Cedar Key, relax and enjoy yourself

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"O" What A Ride!

Scenic Ride 08

The Interstate highways will get you up and down the peninsular part of Florida quickly on either coast but the good riding is smack dab in the middle of the state. This ride from Okeechobee to Ocala is a backroad honey hole and includes portions of three designated Scenic Byways; The Ridge is at the start, The Green Mountain winds along Lake Apopka, and the Florida Black Bear takes you through the Ocala National Forest. Ride the full route or pick out a slice along the way to enjoy.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Okeechobee at intersection of SR 70 and US 98
  2. US 98 - North 42.2 Miles
  3. US 98/US 27 - Right 20.6 Miles
  4. SR 17/N Scenic Hwy - Right - 35.0 Miles
  5. E Hinson Ave - Right - 0.3 Miles
  6. US 17/US 92/SR 700 - Left - 4.1 Miles
  7. Magnolia St - Left - 0.1 Miles
  8. Polk 547/Lee Jackson Hwy - Right - 6.3 Miles
  9. Ron Reagan Pkwy/Polk 54 - Left - 3.7 Miles
  10. Champions Gate Blvd - Right - 0.4 Miles
  11. Masters Blvd - Left - 0.8 Miles
  12. S Goodman Rd - Straight - 4.9 Miles
  13. Westside Rd - Right - 2.0 Miles
  14. CR 545/Avalon Rd - Right - 16.3 Miles
  15. Tildenville School Rd - Straight - 0.3 Miles
  16. SR 438/Oakland Ave - Left - 3.1 Miles
  17. SR 438 - Right - 0.4 Miles
  18. Old County Rd 50 - Straight - 1.9 Miles
  19. CR 455 = Straight - .3 Miles
  20. CR 455 - Left - 5.5 Miles
  21. Traffic Circle straight on CR 455 - 1.7 Miles
  22. CR 561 - Right - 8.7 Miles
  23. SR 19 - Right - 2.0 Miles
  24. SR 19/44/500 Burleigh - Right - 3.0 Miles
  25. Ramp for SR 19 - Right - 0.2 Miles
  26. SR 19/Bay St - Left - 1.7 Miles
  27. SGrove St - Straight - 1.1 Miles
  28. SR 19 N - Straight - 22.4 Miles
  29. SR 40 - Left - 32.0 Miles
  30. Ending point is Ocala

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Strawberries and Spring Water

Scenic Ride 06

Want strawberries? Go to Plant City. Want spring water? Then it's Zephyrhills. Want a great ride? Follow this route from P-City to Z-hills and back again.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Plant City - Intersection of Baker St E & N Wheeler St
  2. N Wheeler St - North - 2.2 Miles
  3. Sam Allen Road W - Left - 9.9 Miles
  4. Becomes Thonotosassa Rd
  5. Taylor Rd - Right - 0.5 Miles
  6. Knights Griffin Rd - Right - 18.4 Miles
  7. N Galloway Rd - Left - 1.3 Miles
  8. Kathleen Rd - Left - 5.3 Miles
  9. Socrum Loop Rd - Bear Right - 0.3 Miles
  10. Old Dade City Rd - Left - 8.2 Miles
  11. US 98 - Left - 0.2 Miles
  12. CR 54 - Left - 4.4 Miles
  13. Old Lakeland Hwy - Right - 3.4 Miles
  14. US 98 - Left - 2.8 Miles
  15. US 98/US 301- Bear Right - 0.3 Miles
  16. Clinton Ave - Left - 3.1 Miles
  17. Prospect Rd - Left - 3.8 Miles
  18. Curley Rd - Left - 5.9 Miles
  19. SR 54 - Left - 4.4 Miles
  20. Morris Bridge Rd - Right - 0.7 Miles
  21. Chancey Rd - Left - 4.4 Miles
  22. SR 39/Buchman Hwy - Right - 13.6 Miles
  23. Return to Start

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Bridges of Tampa Bay

Scenic Ride 07

We'll cross that bridge when we come to it and this ride has you crossing all five of Tampa Bay's bridges. This route features some of the best the area has to offer; the palm-lined beaches along the Courtney Campbell Causeway, the unrivaled view from atop the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, the magnificent mansions along Bayshore Boulevard, and the old Florida scenery along US 41. We started our ride in Clearwater, but feel free to pick your own starting point.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start in Plant City - Intersection of Baker St E & N
  2. Wheeler St
  3. N Wheeler St - North - 2.2 Miles
  4. Sam Allen Road W - Left - 9.9 Miles
  5. Becomes Thonotosassa Rd
  6. Taylor Rd - Right - 0.5 Miles
  7. Knights Griffin Rd - Right - 18.4 Miles
  8. N Galloway Rd - Left - 1.3 Miles
  9. Kathleen Rd - Left - 5.3 Miles
  10. Socrum Loop Rd - Bear Right - 0.3 Miles
  11. Old Dade City Rd - Left - 8.2 Miles
  12. US 98 - Left - 0.2 Miles
  13. CR 54 - Left - 4.4 Miles
  14. Old Lakeland Hwy - Right - 3.4 Miles
  15. US 98 - Left - 2.8 Miles
  16. US 98/US 301- Bear Right - 0.3 Miles
  17. Clinton Ave - Left - 3.1 Miles
  18. Prospect Rd - Left - 3.8 Miles
  19. Curley Rd - Left - 5.9 Miles
  20. SR 54 - Left - 4.4 Miles
  21. Morris Bridge Rd - Right - 0.7 Miles
  22. Chancey Rd - Left - 4.4 Miles
  23. SR 39/Buchman Hwy - Right - 13.6 Miles
  24. Return to Start

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Meandering in Manatee

Scenic Ride 05

This ride starts in Apollo Beach and winds southward to Ellenton and back. The roads are mostly flat and straight with new subdivisions crowding out the farmland. At the southern end of this ride is a host of restaurants and such around the outlet mall. Enjoy a break before heading back out into the countryside for the return ride. 

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start at Intersection of US 41 and Big Bend Rd
  2. US 41 - South - 15.8 Miles
  3. Buckeye Rd - Left - 8.6 Miles
  4. US 301 - Right - 3.0 Miles
  5. Moccasin Wallow Rd - Right - 6.2 Miles
  6. 36" Ave/Ellenton/Gillette - Left - 5.4 Miles
  7. US 301 - Left - 3.6 Miles
  8. Old Tampa Rd - Right - 3.3 Miles
  9. Fort Hamer Rd - Left - 0.6 Miles
  10. Golf Course Rd - Right - 3.4 Miles
  11. N Rye Rd - Left - 0.5 Miles
  12. CR 675/Rutland Rd - Left - 2.8 Miles
  13. Spencer Parrish Rd - Right - 0.8 Miles
  14. SR 62 - Right - 7.3 Miles
  15. Saffold Rd - Left - 7.3 Miles
  16. Saffold Rd/Dug Creek - Left - 4.8 Miles
  17. US 301 - Right - 3.6 Miles
  18. Big Bend Rd - Left - 8.2 Miles
  19. Return to starting point

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Backroads To Bok Tower

Scenic Ride 04

There are quicker ways to get from Tampa to Lake Wales, but we believe scenic is always better. This route will give you some curvy roads, some country roads and a few stretches of highway. The destination, Bok Tower Gardens, is just as scenic as the ride with colorful gardens and a reflection pool surrounding a majestic 205-foot tall carillon tower with 60 bells. It's been a Florida landmark since 1929.

Road Name- Direction - Miles

  1. Start at the Intersection of SR 60 and McMullen Booth Rd
  2. SR 60/Gulf to Bay - East - 4.0 Miles
  3. SR 50/Courtney Campbell - Straight - 7.8 Miles
  4. Follow signs to I-275 St Petersburg
  5. 1-275 - South - 36.6 Miles
  6. Sunshine Skyway toll is $1.50 or use your SunPass
  7. Exit 2/US 41 North - North - 28.6 Miles
  8. Causeway Blvd - Left - 3.7 Miles
  9. SR 60/Adamo Dr - Left - 0.7 Miles
  10. Channelside Drive - Left - 0.7 Miles
  11. Construction on the Woter Street Project may
  12. require
  13. some detours to get to Bayshore Blvd.
  14. Traffic circle/Channelside - Right - 0.3 Miles
  15. Union Station St - Right - 0.2 Miles
  16. E Borein/e Cumberland - Straight - 0.5 Miles
  17. Bayshore Blvd - Left - 4.4 Miles
  18. W Gandy Blvd - Right - 12.6 Miles
  19. US 19 North - Right - 1.6 Miles
  20. CR 611/49th Street - Right - 6.6 Miles
  21. Return to the Start

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Picasso Strawberry

Scenic Ride 03

If Pablo Picasso were to interpret Plant City's world famous strawberry, the outline might resemble our map route. The 56-mile loop takes you rolling past acres of fruit filled fields on the back roads surrounding the Winter Strawberry Capital of the World.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start Intersection SR39 & Sam Allen Road
  2. SR 39 - North - 2.1Miles
  3. Knights Griffin Rd - Left - 1.0 Miles
  4. Keene Rd - Left - 2.1 Miles
  5. W Same Allen Rd - Right - 1.2 Miles
  6. Cork Rd - Right - 2.1 Miles
  7. Knights Griffin Rd - Left - 2.7 Miles
  8. Pless Rd - Right - 0.7
  9. W Dormany Rd - Right - 1.8
  10. N Dormany Rd - Right/Left - 1.0
  11. Quail Meadow Rd - Left - 1.3
  12. Five Acre Rd - Left - 2.5 Miles
  13. Knights Griffin Rd - Right - 0.6 Miles
  14. Gallagher Rd -Left - 2.1 Miles
  15. Sam Allen Rd - Left - 1.3 Miles
  16. Fritzke Rd - Right - 1.7 Miles
  17. US 92/Hillsborough - Right - 0.5 Miles
  18. Moores Lake Rd - Left - 1.9 Miles

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Summer Splash Ride

Scenic Ride 02

This is a short, but very good, ride can be considered a sampler for some of the many excellent riding roads found in Pasco and Hernando counties. The route includes shady lanes and gentle slopes as you pass by shimmering lakes and sprawling horse farms. Let us know if you happen to spot the Bellamy Brothers.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Start at the intersection of Us 41 and SR 52
  2. SR 52 - East - 8.9 Miles
  3. Bellamy Brothers Blvd - Left (north) - 2.4 Miles
  4. Darby Road - Right (east) - 5.3 Miles
  5. Curley Road - Left (north) - 1.7 Miles
  6. St. Joe Road - Left (east) - 4.8 Miles
  7. Bellamy Brothers Blvd - Right (north) - 2.4 Miles
  8. Johnston Road - Right (east) - 3.6 Miles
  9. Lake lola Road - Left (north) - 2.2 Miles
  10. Spring Lake Hwy - Continue Straight - 2.5 Miles
  11. Hayman Road - Left (west) - 5.2 Miles
  12. Becomes Ayers Road @ Culbreath Road - 4.8 Miles
  13. US 41 - Left (south) - 1.3 Miles
  14. County Line Road - Right (west) - 5.2 Miles
  15. Shady Hills Road - Left (south) - 1.3 Miles
  16. SR 52 - Left (east) - 2.4 Miles
  17. Returns to starting point

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WEBSTER, FL

Scenic Ride 01

Webster is a great destination for the weekly flea market on Mondays or the Sunday monthly motorcycle swap meets. Obey the speed limit and watch for gravel in the turns. These roads will give you ample opportunity to work through the gears as well as great hilltop views. Watch out for bicyclists as this area is very popular for biking, share the road.

Road Name - Direction - Miles

  1. Starts just east of Flying J Travel Center at
  2. Intersection of SR 52 and Pasco Rd
  3. Pasco Rd - North - 3.8 Miles
  4. Cr 577/Curley Rd - Left (north) - 5.2 Miles
  5. James Rd - Right (east) - 0.2 Miles
  6. Blanton Rd - Right (east) - 0.7 Miles
  7. CR 575/Trilby Rd - Left (north) - 10.8 Miles
  8. SR 50/Cortez Blvd - Right (east) - 6.1Miles
  9. CR 755 - Left (north) - 0.1 Miles
  10. CR 478A - Left (west) - 6.1 Miles
  11. SR 471 - Left (north) - 0.8 Miles
  12. CR 478/NW 4th Ave - Left (west) - 0.2 Miles
  13. Arrive at the Flea Market grounds

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