Category Archives: Key West

Light up your Ride!


$5 off  all pairs of Lights this week!

Wanna just be barely legal? $15 and you’re no longer riding dirty!

Wanna go for the full on flash and brightness! $60 will get ya super seen and really conquer some darkness!!

In stock only, 4/1 to 4/5. Come Holla at Chilly!

122 Ann Street 1/2 way in between  Island Dogs and Sloppy Joes!  305.985.BIKE

Key West, Key Weird, Conch Republic,  by any name we’re all here because we’re not all there!

1/19/15 Mon Day Night Ride

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1/19/15 Mon Day Night Ride

IMG_5526Sunset is early in the ride due to the shorter Winter days, but still super pretty. The camera couldn’t make out the Boca Chica AFB tower in the distance.

IMG_5527Gavin joined us and brought along a super bright headlight. He had never ridden as far as Kaya before, usually turning around at the Circle K. There’s some great car-free riding on the old US1 bridges just past there. And Kaya too!

IMG_5534Mondays also just happen to be Martini Night at Kaya as well! Yes please! Always delicious food and smiling, friendly faces.

IMG_5539Mmmm…..Hula Girl Pie! Thank you for the love Scott!

IMG_5530Kerry and Gavin lighting up the path. This is how we roll! 28 miles of beautiful scenery, good company, good food and bright-ass lights!

Mon Day Night Ride 1/5/15

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A beautiful sunset/night ride along the bike path up to Kaya Island Eats at mm14.5 on the first and third Monday of the month. Not a conch cruiser kind of a ride. And not even a speedy road ride! All bicycles welcome but you must be able to ride 30 miles at an average of 15mph. Spandex and jerseys will be more appropriate for jokes than performance! Dress comfortably, relax and enjoy the ride! It’s a great bike path and far safer than the shoulder of Rt.1 and unquestionably a super spectacular ride at sunset!

Mon Day Night Ride #1!

kaya1:5p1Three of us enjoyed the beautiful view as we left Key West along the South Roosevelt Bike Path. The short Winter days force us to leave closer to sunset, rather than catching it further North on the Overseas Heritage Trail.


Bright head lights are essential for the long stretches of dark path. Most of the ride is on bike path and super pretty. Returning at night makes it feel like a whole new 14miles back rather than repeat scenery.

Cheers to a new ride for 2015!