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Cross Florida Ride – Two Day

April 1, 2017 @ 8:00 am – April 2, 2017 @ 8:00 am
Shepard Park
200 E Cocoa Beach Causeway
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931

Cross Florida Ride

Date: April 1-2, 2017 | 2-Day Ride 
Start Time: 8:00 a.m. each day
Start Location: Shepard Park
200 E Cocoa Beach Causeway, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
Organizer’s Website: Website
Registration: Registration


Registration Fee Schedule
Registration Options Miles Regular Late Day-of-Event
One Day 168 $50 $60 $65
Two-Day 168 $70 $80 $85
Reg Period End Date 26 Feb 2017 31 Mar 2017 1-2 Apr 2017


Start Times / Routes / Distances / Maps
Start Times Routes Distances Maps
7:00 a.m. One Day 168 miles Map
8:00 a.m. Two Days 168 miles Map


About This Event

We will be hosting riders from all over the country in this unique event. We’re taking you over 170 miles on quiet back country roads.

We start in Cocoa Beach at Alan Shepard Park at the eastern terminus of SR-520, and will be traveling a well-marked route south of the metro Orlando area, then through hilly Pasco county, and finishing up at the beautiful Bayport Park on the Gulf coast.

Please understand that we have taken great care to keep the route at it’s current length yet try to avoid ‘hazardous routes,’ but in some rural areas there are limited choices if any at all.

As with any bike event, exercise caution when riding public roads and obey all traffic laws.

Please be prepared because this won’t be like your typical century ride. There will be four (4) SAG stops on the route: the first two are manned and provide food and drinks, and the last two are unmanned and provide drinks only. 

You will also have support from roving SAG vehicles that can provide mechanical support as well as can SAG you to the finish line. You may need to depend on convenience stores along the route for some of your food and hydration, so we will provide a list of convenience stores located along the route along with your cue sheet and map so you can plan your stops accordingly. 

For more details see the rider information page.

Due to the large volume of riders, the ride will be escorted by the Sheriff’s Department from the start of the ride until SR520 and I95.  

No riders are to pass the motor unit during the escort. 

Remember this is not a race and will not be timed. The route will be open to traffic and riders must obey all traffic laws.

We want to continue a good reputation with residents of the communities we pass through and with the police so please be courteous and above all ride safe.



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