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Routes and Events

Check out our upcoming group rides or events on the calendar below. 

Can't make it to one of our rides? We have a list of some of our favorite cycling routes around town. From road routes to mountain bike trails, we have several options for you to choose from. 

Event Calendar

Road Routes

Memorial Day 100K

The Memorial Day 100K is back!
We will take off south through summer trees, through sugar mill as we make our way down to the paved trail. Jumping off at Maytown road we will work our way back to new Smyrna through some beautiful backroads. 

Bring plenty of water for the may heat! We will be stopping at the BP on Old Indian Road at Mile Marker 22, and Island Roasters coffee at mile marker 45.

Pace will be similar to our saturday ride. planned rolling pace of 20-22mph.

Starting at 8am out of the shop, with cold beers and water waiting for us at the finish.


Saturday Ride

The Hub Cycling's Saturday Morning Ride. Starts promptly at 8:00 AM. 20-22 MPH Max Speed on the way to the Inlet. Traffic Laws must be obeyed. Single File riding (when no shoulder available). Helmet Mandatory. Short Break at Inlet. A ride no speed limit, B ride stays at 22 MPH Max Speed on the way back to the shop. Speeds will be enforced to keep this ride safe and in control

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Tuesday Night Chat Ride

Chat ride begins in the Kohl's parking lot on Taylor rd at 6pm every Tuesday. Relaxed pace of 16-18mph through summer trees down all the way down to sugar mill. On the way back there is a final option before crossing Taylor for a sprint around Crooked Pine Rd.

Sugar Mill Loop


A low traffic 30 mile loop through Turnbull Bay, past the airport and up around into Sugar Mill.  

Around The Loop

This 51 mile loop goes up riverside into the scenic ormond loop. Several miles of canopy covered streets provide plenty of shade in the hotter summer weather. 

Rails to Trails

Starting at Rotary Park in Edgewater, FL. The completely paved trail can take you all the way to Titusville, or Osteen. There are plenty of benches on the way to stop and take a break. If you head south at the fork, make sure to stop by Vergie's Feed Station for a refill on water and snacks. 

Mountain Bike Trails

Spruce Creek / Doris Leeper Preserve on

Doris Leeper

A fast, flowing trail system great for all skill levels. Perfect place for a beginner or a racer looking for a place to train. The only obstacles are some roots and a couple of sandy spots which flow great after a good rain. 

Graham Swamp Conservation Area on

Graham Swamp

Fairly technical route. Some experience is recommended before venturing out. A lot of climbing makes for several optional vertical drop offs and plenty of opportunities for big jumps. 

Mala Compra Trails on

Mala Compra

Fun trail for all. There are 3 different unpaved trails to chose from. Beginner to black diamond Cloud Nine trail. This is the intermediate loop. The paved Greenway trail also goes by trail head. If you like BBQ there is a great food and micro brew at trail head, Captain's BBQ. There also is a repair stand with tools for public use for free. Public restrooms next to boat ramp.

Chuck Lennon Trails on

Chuck Lennon

Fast hard clay packed trail that is for the novice all the way up to advanced skill level. From the steep ups & downs to the hair pin turns it will test all your riding skills. There are 7 separate one way trails you can ride that total 10.5 +/- miles. It also has a pump track and a small Advanced Skills Area.