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EXPERIENCE MIAMI BY BIKE
Florida’s second largest city, Miami, is a melting pot of the cultures, which is particularly evident in the Cuban quarter of Little Havana. Head out of town on your bike and ride past Biscayne Bay and its beautiful seascape to land at Miami Beach. In addition to the splendid sandy beach the Art Deco Historic District awaits you and entices you to have a look around. This is the scene for numerous festivals and events throughout the year, such as Art Basel, one of the largest art exhibitions in the USA. If you want to see the Everglades or the Florida Keys, Miami aka Magic City is the ideal base for a memorable motorbike road trip.
PANORAMA RIDE OVER THE FLORIDA KEYS
Some of the islands in Florida Keys are connected via the Overseas Highway A1A, that runs parallel to the Atlantic coast. This route is an invitation to cruise. Head south from Miami, cross Blackwater Sound, and you are in the Keys. Places and sights are marked with mile markers on the drivable islands and the 42 bridges. Offshore from the Florida Keys lies the third largest tropical coral reef, where you can even see dolphins riding the waves. Savour the blue views over the Atlantic and Florida Bay. A word of caution: Hurricanes can hit this region, so it is advisable, in the hurricane season, to update yourself about any pending threats at the Florida Keys Visitor Center.
GO WITH THE FLOW: EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK
In under an hour you can reach the Everglades National Park, home to hundreds of protected species, like pumas, alligators and manatees. A considerable portion of the park is covered by water: Although only a few inches deep, the tropical marshland is actually a grass river and always flowing slowly. To get here take the panorama highway A1A. If you want to overnight at a camping site to explore the park the following day, then follow State Highway 9336 to Flamingo on the southernmost tip of the mainland and stop off at the Visitor’s Center to find out more about exciting tours.