Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Jacksonville, FL
Bikes: Trek ALR 6, Trek CrossRip, Trek X-Caliber 8
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A1A in Florida will have you jumping back and forth across brides to get around inlets and the wind coming off the ocean could be a killer, but if you not under any kind of time constraint, it would be a nice ride. Also, you will have to go around the Cape Canaveral area via US 1 or some of the other local roads, which is a hell of a stretch. Then you jump back to the beach by going over the Pineda Causeway south of Patrick Air Force Base at Satellite Beach. Once you get back to the beach at Satellite, Sebastian is just a few more miles down the road.
My sister lives in Satellite and I have wanted to do a couple day tour down there and back to Jacksonville. US 1 is pretty easy riding, but it does have long stretches of nothing and you would have to make sure to water up as you can.
Brian | 2015 Trek Emonda ALR 6 | 2015 Trek X-Caliber 8 | 2014 Trek CrossRip Comp
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