Weston and Coral Springs Cycling

  • South Florida Cycling

    with Nadezhda Pavlova

Weston & Coral Spring Cycling Route

By Nadezhda Pavlova

South Florida Cycling

Here’s another great South Florida cycling route, with some distance in it, making a good training ride too. The roads in South Florida are ideal for road cycling and triathlon training, and this is a great ride option all year long.

The route takes you close to the Everglades National Park, Alligator country and home to lots of amazing wildlife. It’s slightly inland from the coast, but close enough for you to add a beach ride into the day too. Coral Springs and Weston is a great area for cycling and this route weaves in and around both locations to give you a great 50 mile ride in the sunshine state.

Route Information

Start: Holberg Road, Coral Springs

Stats  93 km  81 metres

Refreshments & Where to Stay

There’s lots of options nearby at the coast for accommodation and in terms of refreshments, this is the USA, so you’ll pass by a great selection of halts in Weston Town Centre. Click our Booking.com link for more accommodation options if you’re planning a visit.


Flat, sunny and scenic. Just take care with traffic on the busier roads.

About Coral Springs

The City of Coral Springs is 24 square miles nestled in the north-west corner of Broward County and is close to Fort Lauderdale. Known for its family atmosphere, thriving businesses and its culture, it’s a scenic place to live within the South Florida community.

The Coral Springs Center for the Arts opened in 1990. Originally planned to be a gymnasium, a US$4 million renovation in 1996 added a 1,471 seat theater. The theater presents a program of popular shows and a yearly Broadway series. The 8,000-square-foot (700 m2) Coral Springs Museum of Art has a small number of exhibits and focuses on art classes and programs for the local community. There is currently one public library in the city, the Northwest Regional Library, affiliated with the county-wide Broward County Library system. The Covered Bridge was the first permanent structure in the city

The “Our Town” Festival has been continuously held since 1979, first sponsored by the Coral Springs Chamber of Commerce, and promoted by a non-profit organization since 1997. The event has a car show, a beauty pageant and carnival rides. The festival attracted more than 100,000 attendees in 1984, and the city estimated 200,000 visitors at the 1990 event. Several other festivals are held throughout the year, such as “Fiesta Coral Springs”, a Hispanic culture celebration, and the Festival of the Arts. At Coral Springs’ 25th Anniversary Party, the Guinness World Record for “Largest Hamburger and Milkshake” was broken on July 10, 1988. The hamburger measured 26 feet (8 m) in diameter and weighed 5063 pounds. The record stood for just over a year

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