Lodging Schedule

The ride will take place on Friday, November 3rd – Sunday, November 5th, 2017. All riders will depart as a group on Friday morning at 7:00am SHARP from a fenced in parking lot at 2080 Main Street, Ft. Myers Beach.  Some cyclists may choose to stay the night of Thursday, November 2nd (night before ride) at Ft. Myers Beach but this is not a requirement.

** Riders are responsible for contacting hotels and making their own reservations.
** We’ve negotiated special group rates at the hotels listed below.
** Please refer to “72 Hours to Key West” when making your reservations.
** If you are riding solo and would like to share a room, post to our Facebook page by CLICKING HERE  facebook

Day 1- Ft Myers Beach to Miccosukee Resort – Approx 120 miles

Our first night will be spent at the Miccosukee Resort & Casino. The rate is $139 per night for a standard room with 2 queen beds. This price also includes two complimentary breakfast  passes to the International Buffet.

Miccosukee Resort Phone # – 1-877-242-6464

Day 2 - Miccosukee to Marathon Approx 105 Miles

Riders will once again depart as a group at 7:00 am from the Miccosukee Resort and begin heading south to our second destination of Marathon. Our second night will be spent at the beautiful Holiday Inn Express in Marathon.  The rate here is $139 per night for a standard room with 2 queen beds.

Holiday Inn Express Phone # – 1-305-289-0222

Day 3 Marathon to Key West (Final Destination) – Approx 55 Miles

On to our final destination of beautiful Key West. Here you can choose from the Hilton DoubleTree Grand Key Resort with a rate of $189 per night. The hotel is approximately 4 miles from the famous Duval Street. If you choose not to stay at this hotel with the group it is up to you to locate and reserve another accommodation. Please be advised that this is a very busy season in Key West so please do not wait to the last  minute to try and find alternate lodging. If you are planning on staying additional nights in Key West please let the reservations department aware of this when you’re making your reservation.

Hilton DoubleTree Grand Key Resort Phone # – 305-293-1818

Nov 3rd – 5th, 2017

Registration begins May 1st, 2017


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Testimonials

For someone who hadn’t yet explored southern Florida, this was an amazing and unique way to go about it – biking through the Everglades, next to the ocean, over long bridges, and ending in magical Key West! What an adventure! Even training for the ride was interesting. And to top it all off, I got to spend time with some great people.
Eric- St. Petersburg, FL
Kevin and Joanna are great even organizers. Their attention to detail made the ride even better than I could have ever expected. There is not a doubt in my mind that this ride will be on my calendar each year moving forward.
Leslie- Orlando, FL
The 72 hours to Key West ride is one of the best organized rides I have ridden. It was very well organized with SAG support and was a great opportunity to meet fellow cyclists. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it and cannot wait to do it again next year.
Craig- Naples, FL
Amazing experience, great course, and great finish into Key West.. Kevin and Joanna are awesome people and organizers. We made friends and had a chance for a great accomplishment.
Emily- Orlando, FL
Thank you for an awesome trip!!!! Highly recommend this bike tour; Kevin and Joanna are the best ride leaders!!!!
Katie- St. Petersburg
Amazingly fun, well organized tour ride through spectacular vistas of the glades and the ocean with a great group of riders and organizers. Do not leave this opportunity unchecked on your bucket list!
Ron- Palm Harbour, FL
This is the ride for those that want to push themselves just a little bit, enjoy great vistas, water, some of the best folks around and a weekend of fun.
Court- Ft. Myers, FL
I drove 10 hours south looking for a new cycling challenge and instead had the ride of my life. A true bucket list experience! I can’t wait to go again next year!
John- Atlanta, GA
This event is fun because it’s not too hard and not too easy – nicely balanced for both the serious or semi-serious rider (I wouldn’t recommend for casual riders). Day 1 is quite challenging because of distance, potential heat and winds, with a pleasant start but a rugged finish that sets you up for days 2 and 3, which gradually become more beautiful and enthralling. The last 50 miles into Key West are scenically delightful, the 7-mile bridge being a particular highlight, and are an excellent preparation for your entry to Key West, and a well-deserved evening of celebrations!
Eric- Iowa
I was a bit skeptical and concerned about safety on Tamiami Trail and Krome Ave at first. However, the road conditions were not that bad, Tamiami Trail was one of the mst scenic rides I’ve ever done. The group was great and no one was ever dropped, everyone was looking out for each other and the experience as a whole exceeded my expectations.
Tod Landess- Miami