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  • What we do
  • Our Members ride
  • We offer
  • What we do:

    We ride bikes in the Central Florida area.
  • Our Members ride:

    Road bikes, hybrids, mountain bikes, tandems, and recumbents.
  • We offer:

    Several types of regularly scheduled rides, so you can choose the ride that best suits your bike and riding skill.

Who are the Florida Freewheelers?

The Florida Freewheelers is a cycling club with more than 700 members based in Central Florida

Its members are people like you who ride bicycles for recreation, fitness and sport. The club has riders of all shapes, sizes and skill levels ranging from beginner to recreational to racing. You may see cyling enthusiasts from the age of two to ninety-two.

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2020 Horrible Hundred Canceled Due to COVID-19

It is with heavy hearts that we announce that Horrible Hundred 2020 will not be taking place this November. After carefully considering all options and contingencies and consulting with leaders in our host communities, it is clear that we cannot operate a ride that is up to our standards and the standards our riders have come to expect while also safeguarding the health and well being of our riders, volunteers, staff, and the general population.

Though this was a tough decision for everyone involved, we are appreciative of the support we’ve already received from our members during these uncertain times, and we will continue our advocacy, education, and outreach activities for the rest of this year.

We, the Board of Directors of the Florida Freewheelers, hope you are staying healthy and safe, and we look forward to 2021 when there will be more cycling events in a less eventful year. 

Louis McDonald, Horrible Hundred Director
Kevin Huntzinger, President of the Florida Freewheelers
Leslee Mitchell, Executive Director of the Florida Freewheelers

Club Rides Resume July 1

Club rides resume July 1...with COVID-19 guidelines

COVID-19 Group Ride Guidelines

  • If you have had fever, chills, cough, upper respiratory infection symptoms, body aches, loss of smell or taste in the last 14 days, you may not ride with the group.
  • If you have had contact with any known or suspected COVID-19 patients in the past 14 days, you may not ride with the group.
  • Wearing a mask is optional.
  • If you have to sneeze, cough, blow your nose, etc., you must drop back and ensure that no one is in your slip stream.
  • There will be no physical contact (passing of water bottles, food, handshakes, hugs, etc.) between riders while on the bike, in the parking lot, or at a rest stop.
  • Clean your hands before eating, touching your face, etc.
  • Maintain a minimum of 6 feet of social distancing while at rest stops.
  • All riders must bring a mask on the ride to use at businesses, rest stops or in other public places per local ordinances. There may be exceptions for persons exercising while social distancing, but not off the bike in a public place.

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Safari 2020 Canceled

The 2020 Florida Bicycle Safari has been canceled due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19.

We believe the decision to cancel the event is in the best interest of the health, safety and welfare of all of our riders, our volunteers, our staff, and the larger community.

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