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Suncoast Trail

Great for a long ride.

November, 2020 by pygme

Being relatively new to Florida, I sought out a home near good/safe cycling. I was hoping for secluded roads, but found the Suncoast Trail instead. The SCT was a major reason I purchased a home were i did. A bad day on the SCT is better than a good day on the road! You can ride for miles and miles without the fear of cars. There are some major intersection crossings but if you obey the lights and use common sense safety, you'll be fine. Bring plenty of water. There are some convenient stores along the route, but you'll need to venture off the trail for a half mile or so.

Starkey Gap Trail

Great addition to the area.

November, 2020 by pygme

I love the newly completed Starkey Gap Trail. It opens up a whole new world of trails from north of 54 to the south. Speaking of, 54: A bridge over that road is imperative. It is such a dangerous crossing. I am confused as to why the crossing is west of Starkey Blvd because it forces you to navigate the dangerous intersection twice.

Duke Energy Trail

Best place in my neighborhood for a walk

November, 2020 by macarduino

I can't wait for the Countryside Blvd to Enterprise Rd trail to be completed! I have a back problem and the crooked sidewalks around my neighborhood just kills my back, I have started taking the trail from Enterprise road to Sunset Point road. All together it is about 6 miles round trip. The trail is beautifully constructed and the bridge over Rt 19 is nothing short of amazing. Well done Duke Energy. The portion of the trail that goes past Top-of-the-World golf course is just a wonderful view. I can't golf right now, but seeing everyone out there enjoying themselves gives me hope. The handicap parking and access at the Sunset Point road location is very well done. I have no idea how many people get to use it, but it couldn't be any more well done. I think it is a real tribute to Duke Energy for participating with Pinellas County to bring this community asset to our area. God bless everyone who is involved in these projects.

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Courtney Campbell Trail

Great views and just the right amount of challenge!!!

October, 2020 by todd.davis502

Great views and just the right amount of challenge!!!

Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail

I ride this trail all the time.

October, 2020 by jesaphair

I ride this trail all the time.

Good Neighbor Trail

end to end

September, 2020 by tama.brian

We rode from the withlAchoochee state trail to the opposite side in brooksville. Great ride, we packed a squeeze bottle with electrolytes in water and I have the camelbak mule 3L of water. I thought that would be sufficient to ride there and back. We also had 4 miles to go at the start and finish as we put in at the trailhead just north of 50. In total 28 miles. The brooksville end is supposedly in a place that isn’t the best part of town but having the bathrooms and shops near was a real pleasur. If you do this ride, it is absolutely necessary to have plenty of water as there isn’t a drop available for 19

Flatwoods Park Trail

Awesome!!!

September, 2020 by ahstal51

Fun, relaxing 7mile asphalt loop. Great fun!

Withlacoochee State Trail

Great trail for beginners to professionals

September, 2020 by tama.brian

This trail for me is perfect, I am a brand new biker in my late 40’s and my wife is as well. She is an experienced tri-athlete and knows her way around a bike. This particular trail is all paved at least for the 15 miles we have traversed as well as the off shoot “good neighbor trail”. You have 1 place for water and rest rooms at the 6 mile marker if you start on state road 301 north of Dade City. We have 20oz water bottles and that for me on these hot days is not nearly enough. I am looking into purchasing camelbak style packs to have plenty more fluids. That is my only issue, little hills, big hills and everything in between. Highly recommend trying this trail.

Ream Wilson Clearwater Trail

hills!!

September, 2020 by grc.jrh3

A great find in Florida and the best part is there’s lots of shade! Loved it!

Courtney Campbell Trail

nice

August, 2020 by kbctkaufk5

Amazing view and the steep bridge was a challenge

Withlacoochee State Trail

Nice, flat trail

August, 2020 by rrahrig007

Rode from Inverness trailhead south to Floral City and back. Also north a few miles and back. Saw one deer and one squirrel. Nothing special, but not bad either. If you’re looking for a place to ride for exercise this will work.

Withlacoochee State Trail

Saturday in the Park....

August, 2020 by elckook

Started at Fort Cooper area (off 41) and headed North toward Inverness. Great ride! Inverness is a quaint little town nestled right on the Trail and Waterfront. Farmer’s Market, water stops, restaurants in Inverness Square, David’s World of Cycle on the Trail, and beautiful Florida landscape and natural habitants

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