Seeing Any New Place Is Better On A Bike.
When you’re riding a bike, the whole experience is multi-sensory. You can see the details of your surroundings, you can smell the air, you can hear the sounds of the local area, you can feel the texture of the road through the pedals.
Traveling is great! Riding is great!
When visiting a new place for the first time, you may be nervous about riding alone without a guide. That is one of the reasons guided and supported tours are such a fantastic way to explore new areas.
If you’re interested in registering for one of our exclusive, small group, boutique supported tours, check them out here. We’d love to show you a piece of Florida you’ve never seen. From the perspective of a bike.
Explore by bicycle and
discover a new world.
Bicycle touring is the ultimate multisensory experience. See the details of your surroundings, smell the air, hear the sounds of the local area, and feel the texture of the road through your pedals.
Exploring a new area by bike can be intimidating if you are on your own. At Bike Florida, we do all the work for you. From our intimate all-inclusive small group tours, to our annual Spring Tour with hundreds of people, we provide something for a wide range of budgets and riding experience.
We can’t wait for you to learn about Florida’s unique cultural and historical heritage, enjoy our beaches, discover our springs, and explore our state parks. Let us take you to parts of Florida you never knew existed, and create everlasting memories from the perspective of your bicycle.
What our Customers Say
“I’ve been going on organized bike tours for more than twenty years and Bike Florida’s tours provide the most variety and best food I’ve ever seen.”
“I’ll keep coming back as long as they’ll let me! The support is wonderful, the staff are all so friendly and helpful – I just love it!”
“What makes the Bike Florida Spring Tour great is the people. The participants from all over the country who come to share the event make every ride every day a learning experience.”
“The volunteers and organizers put in superhuman efforts to plan every thing down to the last minute detail while always being flexible enough to handle any unforeseen circumstances that may arise such as weather changes.”