Guided Ryde Information

All Guided Rydes scheduled for Friday, November 5, 2021
Sign up sheets are available at registration
Rydes are limited to 12 Spyders/bikes
Ryders line up at scheduled times with a FULL TANK OF GAS

Sugarloaf Mountain Ryde

  • Line Up: 8:00 am
  • Ryder’s Meeting: 8:15 am
  • Depart: 8:30 am
  • Miles: 122
  • Time: 4 hrs. 2 min.
  • Max Speed: 55 mph
  • Estimated return time: 1:00 pm

This is a fun, curvy and scenic ryde to the highest mountain in the Florida peninsula, Sugarloaf Mountain. No, your ears won’t pop but you will see a great panoramic of Lake Apopka and the surrounding countryside. There’s plenty of curves as the ride goes through Sorrento, Apopka and Winter Garden. After peaking on the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain you will ride across Lake Harris and along Lake Eustis then return with some curves to Scenic Route 42 and back to OB’s.

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Daytona Speedway, Main Street and A1A Ryde

  • Line Up: 8:30 am
  • Ryder’s Meeting: 8:45 am
  • Depart: 9:00 am
  • Miles: 64
  • Time: 2 hrs. 15 min.
  • Max Speed: 65 mph
  • Estimated return time: 11:45 am

This ryde goes straight up Rte. 92 to the Daytona Speedway where you’ll view the Speedway from a different vantage point, the back side. After ryding by the Speedway and passing by Emery Riddle Aeronautical University you’ll ryde down the famous Daytona Main Street then take a leisurely ryde down Route A1A with glimpses of the Atlantic Ocean and return to the mainland across the intercoastal waterway via the Dunlawton Bridge. On your return, you’ll ryde past the famous Cabbage Patch Bar (cole slaw wrestling is not on the menu) and find some curvy roads back to OB’s.

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Natural Florida Mini Ocala Forest Ryde

  • Line Up: 9:00 am
  • Ryder’s Meeting: 9:15 am
  • Depart: 9:30 am
  • Miles: 68
  • Time: 2 hrs. 3 min.
  • Max Speed: 55 mph
  • Estimated return time: 12:00 pm

After you depart Deland, this ryde takes you to Florida Scenic Rte. 42 to Route 19 North through the Sand Scrub Pines in Ocala National Forest. You pick up CR 455 and ryde out to Route 40. From Route 40 you’ll take a little diversion on Emporia Road for some curves and twisties then head back to OB’s on CR-3.

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Ocala National Forest Ryde (full version)

  • Line Up: 12:30 pm
  • Ryder’s Meeting: 12:45 pm
  • Depart: 1:00 pm
  • Miles: 104
  • Time: 2 hrs. 55 min.
  • Max Speed: 55 mph
  • Estimated return time: 4:30 pm

You’ll see the Sand Pine Scrubs in the oldest national forest east of the Mississippi River. Ryde along the sweeping and scenic curves on Route 42 before turning north on back roads with more turns and curves to a brief rest stop in Silver Springs. The return is along Route 40 with a diversion down Route 19 South then back north to Route 40 and finishing with some nice curves and twisties through back country roads on the return to OB’s.

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Lake Monroe Loop

  • Line Up: 1:00 pm
  • Ryder’s Meeting: 1:15 pm
  • Depart: 1:30 pm
  • Miles: 71
  • Time: 2 hrs. 25 min.
  • Max Speed: 55 mph
  • Estimated return time: 4:30 pm

Another fun ryde that will take you through Deltona to Enterprise, FL into some of the best Oak and Spanish Moss canopy roads in central Florida. We’ll wrap around the north side of Lake Monroe and cross the St. Johns River then skirt the South side of the lake into the Historic Sanford Riverwalk, before heading back along Route 415 into Osteen and along the Osteen-Lake Helen road with some nice curvy back roads on the ryde back to OB’s.

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Ormond Loop – Flagler Beach Ryde

  • Line Up: 1:30 pm
  • Ryder’s Meeting: 1:45 pm
  • Depart: 2:00 pm
  • Miles: 85
  • Time: 2 hrs. 20 min.
  • Max Speed: 65 mph
  • Estimated return time: 5:00 pm

This ryde takes you out Route 92 to Tomoka Road behind the Speedway and into Riverside Drive along the Halifax River. Follow Riverside Drive up to the scenic west side of the Ormond Loop. Ryde through one of best tree canopy roads in Florida and hit some nice curves through the Halifax River estuaries. Exit the north end of the Loop and ryde up A1A right along the Atlantic Ocean to Flagler Beach and the return route to OB’s via CR 304 and Rte. 11.

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