Ride Descriptions

C Rides

C rides are relaxed, easy rides that are great for new riders looking for a slower pace ride.  Typical speeds are 14-17mph.

Wednesday night C rides

If you’re not into speeding around and want a relaxed afternoon ride please join our Spacecoast Freewheeler Rockettes for their ~14mile Wednesday night ride along Rockledge Dr.  Social hour typically follows after the ride.

Saturday and Sunday Morning C rides

Come on out for a nice leisurely ride along beautiful River Road through Rockledge and Cocoa. The pace of these rides will be somewhat slower than our regular group rides, between 14-17mph. This will be a perfect way for beginners to introduce themselves to the dynamics of riding in a group, and a nice social recovery ride for the roadies out there. Optionally, after the ride we like to get together in Cocoa Village for some coffee. See you all there!

B Rides

B rides are for those looking for a little more speed and distance. Typical speeds are 17-21mph with distances between 14-60miles.

Wednesday night B rides

Ride runs 28miles up and down both Rockledge Blvd. and N. Cocoa Blvd. Social hour typically follows after the ride.

Saturday Morning B rides

Our Saturday morning B ride starts right after the conclusion of our Saturday morning C ride. Many will participate in the 14 mile C ride for a nice leisure warm up. The B ride will continue along N. Cocoa Blvd for 14 miles.

Sunday Morning B rides

The Sunday morning B ride is a nice opportunity to get away to new places. These rides change every week and are chosen from many different routes with different starting locations.  See the ride schedule for more details.

A Rides

There are no truly scheduled A rides. However, many of our stronger rides may form up during the beginning of the B rides and ride off the front to challenge themselves at an “A” pace. Anyone participating at these speeds should be well versed in riding rules, etiquette, and skills. Those with less knowledge should expect to receive guidance from more skilled riders. Typical speeds are 21+ mph.