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Places to Ride

Daytona Beach and surrounding areas offer bikers a wide variety of riding routes. Here's our complete guide of the "can't miss" rides!

Canaveral National Seashore
(Apollo Beach)

Half-Day Ride

For six miles, you’ll cruise along the beach on a paved road behind the dunes. There are six parking lots where you can stop and walk out onto the beach. At the end, Parking Lot 6, you can see the launch pads at Kennedy Space Center on a clear day.

There’s also a canopied side road that will take you to historic Eldora, an abandoned village on the shores of the Indian River. 

Also visit Turtle Mound, where Indians piled their oyster and clam shells for centuries. Climb to the top for a grand view of the park and its beaches.


Ormond Scenic Loop
(Ormond to Flagler)

Half-Day Ride

The double loop starts on North Beach Street at Tomoka State Park, continues north along Old Dixie Highway, then jogs east on Walter Boardman Lane, jogging south then east on Highbridge Road until you cross the Intracoastal Waterway at High Bridge.

Immediately after crossing High Bridge, turn south onto John Anderson Drive and cruise alongside the Halifax River, eventually dipping into bustling Ormond Beach before swinging east to State Road A1A.

Ocala National Forest
(Deland to Ormond)

Full-Day Ride

Cruise well-maintained but unpaved forest roads. The beauty of this wilderness is breathtaking, and you will often divert to forest springs.


Beach Cruise

Daytona and New Smyrna permit motorcycles to cruise designated sections of the beach. Bring your sunscreen and a hefty dose of restraint as the speed limit is 10 MPH and enforcement is strict.

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New Smyrna Beach

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