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DeLand, Paisley, Altoona, Astor, Barberville loop

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Ride Stats:

  • Distance: 63 miles / 101.4 km
  • Ride Time: 1-2 hours
  • Approximate Fuel Costs: $4.79
  • State: Florida
Submitted by:
comfortservice pro

start off by going over the St John's river at Ed Stone's Park. Take a right on hwy 42 on some mild twisty roads. keep going pats some farm to Altoona where horse back riding is available. take a pretty view of hwy 19 to a very none traveled (except by bikers) road 445 past another State Prk with a Sprigs and a Trail head for Atv's known as 'wiregrass. Take 445 to where it dead ends into 445a and take a right for a short distance untill hwy 40. Take a right on hwy 40 to Astor. Several resturants near the Astor bridge (St John's river) for sea food. Take 40 to Barberville Where there is the Pioneer Arts Settlement or there is also a unique vendor near 40 and hwy 17 selling everything from metal staues to pottery. Take a right at hwy 17 (several gas stations) back toward Deland through Deleon Springs (visit Deleon Springs State Park if you wish) Stay on hwy 17 which will turn into down town Deland where you can walk with many nice shops and resturants.

This is a motorcycle ride in the state of Florida. This motorcycle route has 7 scenery characteristics and other road conditions to help you plan your road trip. This motorcycle map was created by comfortservice in May. Click here to see other Motorcycle Roads by comfortservice

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