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ADV EventsGroup RidesCross Florida Adventure Ride - Mar. 15-16, 2014

Cross Florida Adventure Ride – Mar. 15-16, 2014

Riders gather for this ride in the beautiful Florida Everglades.

Published on 03.04.2014

The Cross Florida Adventure Ride is a Big-Bike friendly ride, designed as a backroad touring event covering paved and dirt roads. Being Florida, you can bet sand will be there, so please do not ask. There will also be hard packed limestone, gravel, broken pavement and paved roads. Also, the difficulty of the Cross Florida Adventure Ride depends on your abilities as a rider. One person can take a Harley Sportster over the route while another may have trouble with a DR200. Length also adds a degree of difficulty. The suggested route is approx 250 miles each day (450-500+/- miles both days). We can not gauge your ability to the route. You’re ability determines how difficult the ride is. If you rode last year’s C-FL the road types are about the same.

This is not a short easy trip to Starbucks with your friends. This is a moto-camping trip into the heart of Florida’s Everglades. How cool is that!

That being said…


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Two Route Options: 

1. Adventure: Paved/Dirt Roads Route
2. All Paved Sport-Touring Route

Event Organizer: Dixie Dual Sport  (AMA Sanctioned Event)

To see the full event details click here.

Author: Ken Pozak
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