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!

We ride every Sunday. During the summer months (May-Sept) we take 1/2 day breakfast rides that are between 30-100 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. Group leaders and tail gunners communicate via CB radio to facilitate the group. A safety briefing is held at the start of every ride. 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 either the Shell Gas Station (NW Corner Boynton Bch Blvd & 441) or Poppies Restaurant in Delray Beach (Bocaray Plaza SW Corner Linton Blvd & Military Trail). 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 11-2 at our sponsor Riva Motorsports in Pompano Beach, and a monthly meeting the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 7-8:30pm at The Tilted Kilt in Boca. There we plan our rides and activities for the next month. (members start arriving at 6:30 to order food.)

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 you'll know, and so will we! 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

Upcoming events (5+)

Lunch Ride to The Rod & Gun Club - Everglades City

Everglades Rod & Gun Club

* MeetUp @ Shell 4-Points 7:45am - NW corner Boynton Bch Blvd & 441 * Bring Sunpass * Pre-ride meeting 8:20am * Kickstands Up 8:30AM. The Rod & Gun Club, reminiscent of Old Florida and a throwback to simpler times, has been visited by at least five U.S. presidents and by famous actors, writers and musicians — from Burl Ives to Ernest Hemingway to Mick Jagger. The historic property has been a filming location for several movies, including "Just Cause" and "Winds Across the Everglades." The club's history dates to the 1870s, when William Smith Allen, Everglades City's founder and the area's first permanent white settler, built a house along what's now known as the Barron River. The house laid the foundation for what would become the Rod and Gun Club. After Allen retired and moved to Key West in 1889, George Storter Jr. bought the property, enlarged the house and entertained northern tourists who came to the Everglades by yacht to hunt and fish. In 1922, Barron Collier, an advertising mogul and the founder of Collier County, purchased much of Southwest Florida, including Storter's property, which he converted into the private Rod and Gun Club. He hosted international dignitaries and several U.S. presidents. He hired a famous chef and a skilled fishing guide to help lure guests. "The property started as a homestead and over the years has become kind of an iconic building, really coming into its own when Barron Collier owned the property. It served as a place for entertaining his prestigious guests when they came to the area," said Robert Carroll, a broker-associate at Investment Properties Corp. In 1972 the Bowen family from Michigan bought the club, and they continue to operate it as a restaurant and a hotel.

SFRC BBQ 11am-2pm

Riva Motorsports

This is our monthly fundraiser. We get together to sell hamburgers, hot dogs, sodas, and have a good time for a few hours! Burgers $2.50 Hot Dogs $1.50 Soda/Water $1.00 Any 6 items $6.00 (per person)

SFRC Monthly Meeting & Ride Planning Agenda

5460 W Hillsboro Blvd

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 & drinks, The club will provide free appetizers. Parking will be reserved for club members to the left of the front door directly in front of the building. All members are expected to show up....after all, it is your club! ;-)

SFRC BBQ 11am-2pm

Riva Motorsports

This is our monthly fundraiser. We get together to sell hamburgers, hot dogs, sodas, and have a good time for a few hours! Burgers $2.50 Hot Dogs $1.50 Soda/Water $1.00 Any 6 items $6.00 (per person)

Past events (707)

Lunch Ride to The Loose Caboose - Gazparilla Island

Loose Caboose Restaurant

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