Bike-Friendly Resources

St Johns River 2 Sea LoopSt. Johns River to Sea Loop

The St. Johns River to Sea Loop will link communities between Titusville, DeBary, Palatka, St Augustine, and Daytona Beach, providing a safe, scenic multi-use trail with access to parks, beaches, springs, and historic places. The Loop and the Coast to Coast Trail are combined in Brevard and South Volusia county. This portion of the combined trail is 15 miles, starting at the Volusia/Brevard County line near Maytown and ends in Titusville, with trailheads at the Titusville Welcome Center and I-95 in Mims and a pedestrian bridge that crosses over Garden Street (SR 406) in Titusville.

Restrooms & Water Fountains

Restrooms and water fountains can be located at:

Additional Information

For more information, visit St. Johns River to Sea Loop.

Florida Bicycle AssociationFlorida Bicycle Association

The Florida Bicycle Association is the voice for cyclists of all ages and skill levels when it comes to improving the environment and policies related to bicycling throughout the state.

The League of American Bicyclists - Since 1880League of American Bicyclists

The League of American Bicyclists represents bicyclists in the movement to create safer roads, stronger communities, and a bicycle-friendly America.

Florida Department of Environmental Protection Greenways and TrailsFlorida Department of Environmental Protection Office of Greenways & Trails 

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection Office of Greenways and Trails provides statewide leadership and coordination to establish, expand and promote non-motorized trails.

Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization (TPO)Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization

The Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Advisory Committee of the Space Coast Transportation Planning Organization reviews plans and policies regarding bicycle, pedestrian, and multi-use trail projects.

Bike Florida - Tours with a PurposeBike Florida

The nonprofit Bike Florida promotes safe and responsible bicycling through the support of the Share the Road campaign, education, public awareness, and bicycle touring.

ReThink Your CommuteReThink Your Commute

A program of the Florida Department of Transportation, reThink Your Commute promotes several smart transportation solutions for the Central Florida region. Information is available on ride-matching services, Emergency Ride Home reimbursements, and more.

Bicycling Facts and Figures