Bikes

Official Bike Shop Partner

Sebring's centrally-located bike shop, Legacy Bicycle, is ready to assist all GFNY Florida Sebring riders with their bike, services, nutrition and accessories needs during race week.
Also available: bike assembly, bike packing, and bike rentals.

Bike Services

$60 road bike assembly, adjustment & tune-up (your bike box is kept in storage at the shop’s warehouse).

$60 packing your bike back into your bike box for travel home.

Pre-booking is mandatory. Email Dan: sales@legacybicycle.com  call 863-471-2453 or visit the Legacy Bicycles booking page.

We recommend that you bring your bike in for a full tune up & to put on new tires to your local bike shop 2 weeks before the race.

204 S. Ridgewood Drive, Sebring FL 33870

Flying with your bike

Packing your bike can be very easy! Elite developed a light, convenient bike case that has made traveling with a bike easier than ever. Here is a video we made packing the Elite Borson soft case. It requires the least amount of assembly, but high amount of protection. youtube.com/watch?v=L6tE7Uwg2b4

AA treats a bike like standard luggage:
aa.com/i18n/travel-info/baggage/specialty-and-sports.jsp

Delta treats a bike like standard luggage:
delta.com/content/www/en_US/traveling-with-us/baggage/before-your-trip/special-items.html

Bike shipping

You can arrange for shipping your bike from your local bike shop or home in case you prefer to ship your bike ahead of time. Go to Luggage Free to check your quote & get a GFNY rider discount: luggagefree.com/partners/gfny/

Shipping your bike with Luggage Free not only saves you effort getting to and at the airport, but also makes your travel to Sebring easier by allowing you to rent a smaller car when you fly without your bike box.

You can also use Luggage Free to ship your luggage from your home to your hotel and travel extra light. Enjoy your GFNY rider discount by following this link: https://www.luggagefree.com/partners/gfny/

Bike Tuneup & New Tires

We recommend that you get your bike fully tuned up & new tires put on 2 weeks before raceday. You’re spending countless hours training your body, then also put in some time to prepare your bike. There is no worse feeling than getting a mechanical in the race and standing on the side of the road while other riders are passing you by.

On the course

On the race course, there will be Neutral Road Support services at the aid stations and rolling mechanical assistance and broom wagons in case you cannot continue the race. You will get a wristband with a Raceday Hotline # to call for assistance as needed.

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