What we're about

***Looking for a motorcycle group that actually ride, are fun, safe riders, organized, and with great destinations? You've come to the right place!****

The South Florida Riders Club was formed in June 1996. Great rides, camaraderie, safety, and fun is what we're about! Although not mandatory, we ride every Sunday. During the summer months (May-Sept) we take 1/2 day breakfast rides that are between 50-125 miles round trip. During the rest of the year (Oct-April) our rides average between 250-400 miles round trip, and last all day. All makes and models of bikes capable of distance riding are welcome... touring, cruisers, trikes & sport.

Our rides are structured for safety and organization. We ride in groups of 5-7, staggered position, 2 seconds from the bike directly in front of you, and 1 second from the bike to your side on the highways, and spread out a little on back roads. Group leaders and tail gunners communicate via CB radio to facilitate the group. A safety briefing is held at the start of every ride. On the highway, we do the speed limit + 5 and usually ride 1 or 2 lanes to the right of the far left lane as that is a passing lane and it's illegal to stay in that lane and obstruct traffic that wants to pass. (FL statute 316.081 sec 3).

Alcohol is prohibited on club rides.

We ride all Southern & Central Florida from Orlando to the Keys, and in between the East and West coasts. We stay off the main highways as much as possible. Most of our eating destinations are known either for their food quality, unique personality and charm, historical Florida value, and/or unique location. All rides originate at the Wawa Gas station on the SW corner of Atlantic Ave & 441 in Delray Beach. We meet at 7:45am, gas up, pre-ride meeting @ 8:20, Kick stands up @ 8:30.

In addition to our weekly rides, we have a monthly BBQ fundraiser the 2nd Saturday of every month from 10-2 at our sponsor Riva Motorsports in Pompano Beach, and a monthly meeting the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 6:30-8:30pm at Hooters in Boca (Glades plaza). There, we plan our rides and activities for the next month while enjoying wing appetizers provided by our sponsor Riva Motorsports.

Interested? Here's what to do: Check out our ride calendar on the MeetUp site. Then show up, introduce yourself, and come ride with us. Simple as that! Get to know our style, members, and "test the waters" so to speak to see if it's a good fit. Your first 3 rides require no membership. After 3 rides or less, you'll know if it's usually a good fit, or not. Annual membership dues are $40.00 which entitles you to occasional paid for and/or subsidized lunches, dinners and events, discounts on parts & labor from our sponsoring dealership Riva Motorsports, great rides and good times!

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We look forward to meeting you at a ride or event soon!

Jud Rose - President

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SFRC Monthly Meeting & Ride Planning Agenda

This is our monthly meeting where we discus club business, and plan our rides for the next month. The meeting usually last 1 1/2 - 2 hours. Members usually start arriving at 6:30 to purchase/order food. All participants will receive a 20% discount on all food and beer. The club will provide free appetizers. All members are expected to show up....after all, it is your club! ;-)

City of Tamarac Concert and Car Show

9901 NW 77th St

* Meet up @ Wawa 2:45pm - KU 2:15pm. Car Show Hosted by "Rockin Rick" Car Show is open to all makes, models, & motorcycles. Car Show registration fee: $20 For information regarding the car show please call: (954)[masked] or (954)[masked]

Breakfast Ride to John G's - Manalapan

John G's Restaurant

* Meet Up 7:45am @ Wawa - SW corner Atlantic Ave & 441 Delray Bch. * Bring Sunpass * Pre ride safety briefing 8:20, Kickstands Up 8:30. ***CASH ONLY - NO CREDIT OR DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED*** https://www.johngs.com/breakfast In 1972 while visiting friends in Palm Beach County, John Giragos saw a for lease sign that caught his eye on the Ocean View Restaurant in Lake Worth, Florida. He came back to Florida the following year, signed the lease in December 1973, unplugged the jukebox and opened for business. The son of Armenian immigrants who landed at Ellis Island, found their way to Detroit, Michigan and opened Lynn Ferry Cleaners. John grew up working in the family dry cleaning buisness, however the cold weather and crime that required bars on the windows at Lynn Ferry Cleaners spurred him to move to Lake Worth, Florida with his wife Tess and five young children. He later changed the name of Ocean View to John G's, a name reconized by generations of oceanside diners who line up outside the door waiting to taste the simple but well presented food. Among the offerings is our #1 Cinnamon Nut French Toast, Hawaiian omelets , salads and our Famous Fish and Chips! Sons Jay and Keith and daughter Wendy have worked here since they were teenagers and have since taken ownership of the restaurant after their father retired. John passed away in 2010 before we moved to our new location, just two miles south from our original location that we were at for 38 years. John had a way of connecting to his customers. On Sundays, with long lines waiting to get in for breakfast, he would go out with chocolate covered fruit; a tradition that still stands today!

Last breakfast ride of season to the Sailfish Marina - WPB

* Meet Up 7:45am @ Wawa - SW corner Atlantic Ave & 441 Delray Bch. * Bring Sunpass * Pre ride safety briefing 8:20, Kickstands Up 8:30. * Breakfast Buffet $30 per person (includes tax & tip) for Non-members, members pay only $15. **PLEASE BRING EXACT CHANGE IN CASH - MONEY WILL BE COLLECTED BEFORE THE RIDE BEGINS**

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