Warm all year round and with unbeatable scenery that ranges from sunrises over the Atlantic Ocean to fabulous drag queens singing karaoke on the sidewalk, South Beach is unlike any other U.S. destination. Take a ride on one of our stylish Republic Bikes for an expedited tour and be sure to hit these roads along the way.
The Winter Haven Hotel’s home on Ocean Drive is one of the most iconic stretches of real estate in the country. Neon-lit hotels and boisterous restaurants serving oversized cocktails all line one side of the road, while the beach itself is on the other.
South Pointe Park
Located on the bottom of the island, South Pointe Park boasts some of the city’s clearest views of the water and horizon. Take a ride through the park lining the beach and to the very end of the pier where you can turn around for a panoramic view of Miami and SoBe.
Located just a couple blocks up from the hotel, Collins Avenue is another one of Miami Beach’s well known streets with restaurants, nightclubs and shops running up and down it. Bikers on Collins can head all the way to the bottom of the city, or travel north for a taste of the city’s less visited neighborhoods.
5th Street is your passageway to the island’s eastern and western coasts. Riders looking for a full day and a little more exploration can follow 5th street across the MacArthur Causeway into Downtown Miami.
Washington Avenue is a shopping destination in South Beach that runs parallel to Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive. You can cruise up this street to get to the Lincoln road Mall, New World Symphony and restaurant-lined Espanola Way.
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