January 2012

A1A to Sebastian (Segment of East Coast Greenway)

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This scenic segment of the East Coast Greenway is a roadside trail and wide bike lane along A1A from Indialantic and Melbourne Beach all the way over the Sebastian Causeway and on to Vero.  It is along the beautiful Brevard Beach the entire distance and there are many parks and beach access points along the trail.  

Trail Length: 

100.00 miles

Brevard County Bicycle Coalition for biking Safety on the Florida Spacecoast

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The Brevard County Bicycle Coalition met on February 9, 2011 to organize for action for safer biking on the Florida Space Coast. The group is organized by two prominent cyclists in Brevard, Dennis Blanchard and Linda Hopkins. Both have been active in the Space Coast Velo and other local bicycle groups. The purpose of the organization is to promote safer biking. A primary rallying point is the Pineda Causeway Cause.

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Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park

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Keystone Heights Florida Gold Head Branch is one of the first state parks in Florida and was built by the CCC and dedicated in 1939... Mike Roess is part of the name, since he is the generous soul who donated the land, however most people simply call it Gold Head Branch (or simply GHB) which is …. It’s a beautiful park, as long as you understand that the lakes around which it was built have mostly dried up as the Florida aquifer drops due to development and draught. It’s amazing how much water enhances the beauty of a lake.