St Augustine Custom Bike Tour

St Augustine Custom Bike Tour


There are so many things to enjoy in this area of Florida; Tons of history in the heart of St Augustine, beautiful state park riding in Fernandina Beach, kayaking near Amelia Island, great flat roads, upscale resorts for a little pampering, and some “Me time” to ready yourself from the hectic holiday season. Enjoy this southern adventure while having the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterways at your side.

This tour easily transforms into an eight-day tour when expanding our day trip into Cumberland Island, GA to the north and Palm Coast, Florida to the south.

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Tour Highlights

  • Cuyahoga National Park Amish country
  • Traffic free riding trails
  • Underground Railroad history
  • Bridge of Dreams covered bridge Little Miami State Park


Rider Level

Recreational to Intermediate

Minimum Group Size

6 guests


220 miles


Fly in and out of the Jacksonville Airport


All breakfasts. All dinners. Picnic lunches on riding days. Cocktail social hours on the 1st evening of each tour.


All lodging is included

  • Transportation to and from the airport
  • 2 Guides
  • Van Support
  • Maps
  • GPS mapping
  • Mechanics
  • If you are looking to lengthen your tour, you may easily drive over to the Disney complex.
Not Included
  • Airfare.
  • Souvenirs.
  • Meals on days off
  • 12% gratuity for guides, mechanics, volunteers, and tour staff is not included, but greatly appreciated
Suggested Travel Months

October, November, December, March, April


Aug 24-30, 2023 ( Thurs – Wed)

Sept 1-7, 2023 (Fri- Thurs)

6 Days | 6 Nights


Starts at
  • Single Room - $700
  • RENTAL BIKES: Road Bike - $195 | eBike - available for an additional cost
Warm and dry in winter. Book this tour now!


Day 1
  • Atlantic Beach to Fernandina Beach (32.0 miles, 260’ elevation)

  • Our first day of riding- We will try to get an early start to beat the commuting traffic wanting to catch the Mayport Ferry across the St. John’s River. Wonderful barrier islands and nature reserves lie ahead on and around Big and Little Talbot Islands. There are beautiful smooth surfaces all the way to Amelia Island.
Day 2
  • Fernandina Beach / Amelia Island Local Rides (28.6 miles, 281’ elevation)

  • On our second day – Today is a more leisurely day. You may ride as much or as little or not at all as you like. We have numerous local routes in The Fort Clinch State Park and Amelia Island Plantation area. We will have a kayaking adventure scheduled for the group once we know the tide schedules for your tour dates. Fernandina offers a wonderful variety of upscale restaurants and lots of site seeing and shopping opportunities. Boat excursions to Cumberland Island are available, weather permitting.
Day 3
  • Fernandina to St. Augustine (62.8 miles, 456’ elevation)

  • Day three is south bound, doubling back over that beautiful road on The Talbot Islands and along the Timucuan Ecological & Historical Preserve. Mayport Ferry is part of our route before we ride the beautiful shores of Ponte Vedra, the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Shoreline. Our arrival time to beautiful, historic, downtown St. Augustine should leave us a little time on our own to walk the Historic District before a casual dinner in St. Augustine Beach.
Day 4
  • St. Augustine / St. Johns River Loop (57.0 miles, 398’ of elevation)

  • Day four takes us inland where we ride alongside the St. John’s River, through some open farmlands on country roads and paved bikeways including rails to trails options. You will be listening to almost nothing but the sounds of nature most of the day. We arrive back to St. Augustine in the downtown area to walk the famous property of the original Flagler College. Tonight, we will enjoy a final group dinner at the delightful Floridian restaurant.
Day 5
  • St. Augustine Historic District / Lighthouse to Fort Matanzas (38.8 miles, 147’ elevation)

  • You have options for your riding distance today, particularly if you are a strong rider. Our final day is beach day and scenic A1A with ocean views and a stop at the St. Augustine lighthouse. St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city, dates to the 1500’s and has a wealth of options to visit and enjoy, including fun and funky shops, the Castillo de San Marcos, operated by the National Park Service, and Ponce de Leon’s infamous Fountain of Youth. We always like to check that out, taste the water and look in the mirror to see what a difference there is – it could be the cycling that is keeping us young. We will do a light lunch while en-route today before we prepare to say our goodbyes and shuttle back to the Jacksonville starting point.
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