Self Guided Motorcycle Tours:
Florida Motorcycle Tour
EagleRider’s Florida Motorcycle Tour is packed with eight days of great riding, great scenery, and great adventure. Beginning your journey in Daytona Beach, FL you tour along the beautiful Atlantic Coastline through Cocoa Beach, Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale. You will definitely want to stop and explore the wildlife as your ride through the famous Everglades National Park. Next the tour continues over to Florida’s West Coast where you will ride alongside the beautiful beaches and see the best of Fort Myers, Cape Coral, and Tampa before heading up to Daytona. Book your EagleRider Florida Motorcycle Tour Today!
• 8 Days / 7 Nights
• Distance:1050 Miles / 1691 Kilometers
• Seasons:Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
• Temperature:60° to 100° F / 16° to 38° C
Rider & Pillion/One Bike/Shared Room: £1275 or $2150 USD
One Rider/One Bike/Shared Room: £899 or $1500 USD
One Rider/One Bike/Single Room: £1175 or $1999 USD
Exchange rates are fluctuating wildly, contact us for the best current price!
• All accommodations
• Late model Motorcycle
• Unlimited mileage
• Helmets for the driver and passenger
• Transportation between hotel and EagleRider location (restrictions may apply at certain locations).
• Co-Pilot Guide Book
• Detailed day by day itinerary
• Routing with scenic drive specific for motorbikes
• Hotel Information
• Sales tax
• Environmental surcharge
• VIP check-in at location
What’s Not Included:
• Food and snacks
• Fuel and oil
• Parking fees, park entrance fees, road or toll charges
• Seasonal surcharges
• Rally surcharges
• Transfer airport-hotel-airport
Florida Motorcycle Tour Detailed Itinerary
Day 1: Daytona Arrival 0 mi / 0 km
Arrive in Daytona Beach and transfer to your hotel. Enjoy the place that brings Bike Week (roughly the last week of February through the first week of March) to life. Besides being a living museum of pop culture, Daytona Beach has long played an important role in car culture and you might want to check out the massive racetrack. Overnight.
Day 2: Daytona – Palm Beach 195 mi / 314 km
This morning you pick up your bike at EagleRider’s Daytona office and start your most scenic ride along Florida’s Atlantic Coast. If time allows you might want to make a stop in Titusville, where you can visit the Kennedy Space Center. Continue via Cocoa Beach, Vero Beach all the way into Palm Beach. When Henry Flagler visited the area in the early 1890’s, he found a small community of settlers amid a growth of coconut palms. Recognizing the potential of South Florida, he chose Palm Beach for the site of his next luxury hotel and laid out a fashionable resort that has retained the quiet charm and tropical beauty of his original vision. Overnight.
Day 3: Palm Beach – Fort Myers 215 mi / 346 km
You continue south and head to Fort Lauderdale, the sophisticated and energetic, casual and laid-back city of islands. From here, you cross through the Everglades. Covering over 1.5 million acres at the far southwestern tip of mainland Florida, the Everglades National Park protects the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States. A fair portion of the park is actually underwater, and the entire Everglades ecosystem basically a giant, slow-flowing river that is 50 miles wide, but averaging only a few inches deep. The Everglades are under constant threat, yet seem to vibrate with life. Some 300 species of birds breed here, as do 600 different kinds of fish and animals, ranging from rare manatees to abundant alligators. Ride via Naples up to Fort Myers, your base for the night. Overnight.
Day 4: Fort Myers – Tampa 110 mi / 177 km
Today you enjoy Florida’s West Coast – Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Venice, St. Petersburg, Tampa – take Hwy 41. Florida’s West Coast embraces all the extremes, buzzing, youthful towns rise behind placid fishing hamlets, mobbed holiday strips are just minutes from desolate swamplands, and world-class art collections vie with glitzy theme parks. Surprises are plentiful, though the coast’s one of constant proximity to the Gulf of Mexico – and sunset views rivaled only by those of the Florida Keys. Your destination for the day is Tampa, the West Coast’s largest city. Overnight.
Day 5: Tampa – Tallahassee 255 mi / 411 km
Continue north along Florida’s West Coast. Take Hwy 19 and you are on your way to the state capitol, Tallahassee. You are in the Panhandle up here, an area that has much more in common with the states of the Deep South than with the rest of Florida. Hard to believe, that just a century ago the Panhandle was Florida! At the western edge, Pensacola was a busy port while Miami was still a swamp. Tallahassee was built on the site of an important prehistoric meeting place, and takes its name from the Apalachee Indian: “talwa” meaning town, and “ahassee” meaning old. Tallahassee has a slow tempo and a strong sense of the past. Overnight.
Day 6: Tallahassee – St. Augustine 220 mi / 354 km
From Tallahassee you ride across Florida and head over to the Atlantic Coast, to St. Augustine. This is not only a very quaint walking town, but also perfect for riding. Found in 1586, St. Augustine is the oldest permanent settlement in the US. How about visiting the Fountain of Youth this morning? Just up San Marco Boulevard, past the giant cross marking Ponce de Leon’s first landfall in 1513, you will find this naturally sulphurous spring, which is believed to keep you forever young! Overnight.
Day 7: St. Augustine – Daytona 55 mi / 89 km
You pick up Hwy 1 – and are right beside the Ocean. Just a few miles south of St. Augustine look to your left for the Fort Matanzas National Monument. A short boat ride will take you to the fort, which was built in 1740 for the Spaniards southern defense of St. Augustine. Continue south all the way back into Daytona Beach. Upon arrival it will be time to return your bike at EagleRider’s Daytona location and transfer back to your hotel. Overnight.
Day 8: Daytona Departure 0 mi / 0 km
Today your Florida trip will come to an end with your departure flight back home.