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Orlando, Florida – Cady Way & Cross Seminole Trail. Smart-guided Cycle Tour
August 16 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Experience the Cross Seminole and Cady Way Trails – Orlando, Florida
CycleNuts Selfie Cycling Tours
CycleNuts Selfie Tours tie together fun, interesting, scenic, historic, tasty, and refreshing points of interest along a bikeway focused tour route where you ride at your pace and your pleasure. You are the tour boss. You pick the date and time – ticket is good for any day or time – dates/times listed only as a guideline to give you an idea of how long tour normally takes.
With these smart-guided bikeway cycling adventures you bring the bike and smart phone, and CycleNuts provides the Smart Guide. The Smart Guide gives you voice and visual turn-by-turn instructions along an expertly designed and tested tour route.
Do the tour solo or bring along your crew. 1 ticket = fun for all! Easily stop anywhere along the way to visit attractions or refreshments and the Smart Guide will continue the route from wherever you are when you are ready to roll.
There are a lot of reasons to visit Orlando, Florida. Add this CycleNuts smart-guided cycling tour to your agenda – or make this tour your agenda. Either way, this short route will get your wheels on two renowned Orlando area bikeways – the Cross Seminole and Cady Way trails. Feeling adventurous? Easily add miles to the route by taking in the whole length of both trails.
The tour starts out at Friendly Park and connects to the Cross Seminole Trail via a half mile of roadway that has a wide sidewalk along one side with street access ramps the total way.
The Cross Seminole Trail is a wide well-maintained 20-year-old rail-to-trail built in 2002 – one of the area’s first rail-to-trails. In total it is about 28 miles, but this tour only uses about 5 miles of it to connect to the Cady Way Trail.
The Cady Way Trail brings the tour to the northeast Orlando Lake Baldwin area, connecting with the Lake Baldwin Loop, a two and a half mile eight-foot-wide trail circling the lake. Off the loop trail is an area with shops and restaurants, the tour’s midway point. The Cady Way Trail is heavily shaded and passes through scenic Orlando neighborhoods.
This 24-mile smart-guided bicycle tour route is 92% bikeway and comes with CycleNuts’ 50% downhill guarantee. Except for a short segment sharing the road to connect the starting spot to the Cross Seminole Trail, the tour route is dedicated wide-paved bikeways. These are rail-to-trail bikeways that follow the flat topography of the land. All bikes are appropriate for this smart-guided tour. Bring your bike or rent one near the starting spot (see confirmation information for listings). Sweating is optional (although… it is Florida – very hot and humid, especially in the summer months). You set your own pace, starting time and touring agenda with CycleNuts’ expert smart-guided cycle tour pattern.
HERE’S THE PLAN: You bring the bike. CycleNuts provides the smart-tour guide! Via email you receive an expertly designed and tested tour route. Simply click on the emailed link and follow the expertly designed Selfie Tour route using your smart phone as your personal smart-tour guide for the Voice and Map guided turn-by-turn instructions.
1. From your location simply click on link 1 provided by CycleNuts (using your cell phone) and follow the Google Maps directions to the starting spot;
2. Unload your bike (if you transported it to the starting spot), or if you rode your bike to the starting spot then you are good to go;
3. and then click on link 2 provided by CycleNuts and begin the tour (for more complex tours there may also be a link 3 or 4 to click on along the way as well as additional instructions).
WHERE TO RENT A BIKE: See your ticket purchase confirmation information for local bike rental listings.
ARE YOU READY TO ROLL? GREAT… LET’S HIT THE TRAILS!
GET YOUR TICKET TODAY! – take note that the tour’s starting and ending times on the ticket are only a general guideline to give you an idea of how much time the tour may take at the minimum. Your time in the saddle, on the trail, and starting times are your call – it is your tour.
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