Circle the island of Key West in 90 minutes and experience a unique perspective of the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic!
- 1 Day Rental
- Additional Day Per Day for 2-4 days
- Weekly Rental 5-7 Days
The best part of exploring a 2 x 4-mile island is our preferred mode of transportation: Bicycle. Adults, kids, and even pets all get that same excited look when someone says, “Let’s take our bikes!” In response to the “Uber vs. Taxi debate.” Tandems, Tricycles, little scooters, or even electric bikes have yet to usurp a proper old-fashioned bike ride.
Two wheels and one gear can easily cover this island from The Atlantic To The Gulf. Parking is free. The ride is Carefree. Single-speed beach cruisers glide down tropical streets at your own pace. Trace the ocean along the outside of the island or revisit Key West history in its interior cemetery. Pastel shotgun houses will brighten your day while distant sailboats light far away beacons into the night. Life is simpler on a bicycle. Put away your phone. Smell the salt air. Grab a lobster roll and head for the beach. There’s nothing like an island picnic on your bike.
Crossing the island in Old Town (South of White Street) usually consists of a trek down Whitehead, Simonton, or Duval. Whitehead is lined with beautiful banyan trees and architecture reminiscent of the Bahamas. Simonton serves as “The locals’ Highway” with cars & bikes commuting every day. Duval Street is our Time square, Mount Everest, and Magnificent Mile rolled into one bustling block of commerce after another. Gaze upon world-class art, sculptures, & paintings. Sample fine rum, wine, & tropical cocktails. Pick up key west trinkets, Key Lime Pie, or two scoops of ice cream? Fresh Seafood restaurants intermingle with exotic hotels and Live music venues. You can spend all day riding your bike down Duval in Old Town.
Casa Marina & Reach Resorts have two of the finest beaches in Key West, but there is another… Fort Zachary Taylor State Park at the Southernmost part of the island is an incredible terminus for your family & friends’ trek. Bring a few dollars for admission and a towel for the beach. Fort Zack’s rock jetty is a one-of-a-kind extension dissecting the intersection of the Atlantic Side Florida Straits and the Bay Side Gulf of Mexico. Check out the new Truman Waterpark, Eco Discovery Center, or USS Ingram; the last Coast Guard Cutter still floating from WW2 that sank a German U-boat in battle. The new Coffee Butler Amphitheater presents live music & events every weekend. Take Southard Street South from The Green Parrot on Whitehead and you’re in for a wonderful blend of civil war era history at Fort Zack. Ride over Thursdays at sunset for the local farmer’s market. There’s a little something for everyone at The Truman Waterfront and Fort Zachary Taylor State Park. Your bike is the best way to get there.