25th Annual Intracoastal Waterway Century
Important Parking Notice
Please be aware that Delannoy, Harrison, Church and Brevard Avenues will be closed at 4pm on Sunday, 10/27 for the Halloween event for children. ICWC participants can park on those streets in the morning, but won't be able to leave after 4pm until the Halloween event is completed.
Fellow bike enthusiasts you can mark your calendars this year's Intracoastal will take place on October 27, 2013 (Sunday) starting at 8:00am from the Cocoa Civic Center in downtown Cocoa Village, FL.
Our ride is just one of the many activities happening the last weekend of October. Bring your loved ones and visit Cocoa Village for a memorable afternoon where you can walk historic streets and avenues. Stroll along the Indian River walkway, explore antique stores housed in historic buildings, eat an old fashioned ice cream cone, or rest a spell with a cup of coffee in a Victorian style coffee house.
We offer full (102 mile) and metric (65 mile) century rides. And again this year we will offer scenic rides along the Indian River of 28 and 14 miles for those looking for a shorter option. The 14 mile ride will be escorted by a ride leader at a controlled pace.
Century riders will pass through the Kennedy Space Center going near Space Port USA. Rest at our SAG stop located at the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum. You will ride quiet tree lined roads along the Indian River and ride down historic River Road (old 2-lane US-1) lined with turn-of-century estates along the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway.
Our club is non-profit and supports various local charities with the proceeds from this ride.
Register Online at Active.com (available until October 25th):
Mail in registration form: (must arrive by October 25th)
(No longer available)
Walkin registration is available on the weekend at the Cocoa Civic Center:
1:00pm-5:00pm on October 26 (Saturday)
6:00am-8:30am on October 27 (Sunday)
Your entry fee includes:
- Breakfast before the ride
- Event t-shirt (only guaranteed if registered by Oct 8th)
- Cue sheets & maps
- 5 rest stops with plenty to eat and drink
- Roving SAG support with limited mechanical support
- Ryan's pizza dinner after the ride
- Well marked, scenic, interesting route
Maps & Cue Sheets
Ride start, packet pickup, check-in and registration are all located at the Cocoa Civic Center located at 430 Delannoy Ave in the heart of Cocoa Village.
Meet fellow riders after the ride at our “Sunday After-Ride meal” in the Civic Center. Massages will also be available after the event.
|Route||Map||Cue Sheet||GPS Routing Files*|
14 & 28 mile routes
65 mile route
(see README for
100 mile route
*GPS routing files for turn-by-turn capable GPS (e.g. Garmin 700/800)
There should be plenty of parking in the immediate area around the Civic Center as there was last year. If you arrive early you can fill in close to the Civic Center but if you're arriving later please use Brevard Ave and Florida Ave when looking for parking, because as riders gather on the street we will block off car traffic on Delannoy north of Church St and on Harrison west of Lee Wenner Park.
*Please be aware that Delannoy, Harrison, Church and Brevard Avenues will be closed at 4pm for the Halloween event for children. ICWC participants can park on those streets in the morning, but won't be able to leave after 4pm until the Halloween event is completed.
Here is a map of the local parking lots, BEWARE of the private lots because you may be towed.
Oceanfront: (15 minutes from start line)
Doubletree Hotel Cocoa Beach, FL (800) 552-3224 or (321)783-9222
Please mention the Intracoastal for a discounted rate
Stay tuned to this page as we will be adding updates when they become available.
Thank you for your support and continued interest.