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Where to ride an electric bike in Tampa, FL?

The Pinellas Trail is a pedestrian trail through the heart Pinellas county. From downtown St Petersburg the trail heads west passing the Tropicana Field and passes by Gulfport along a mix of suburbs and commercial building. The Pinellas trail heads north to Seminole after passing over a nice site seeing bridge overlooking cross bayou. There are several parks located directly on the trail in Seminole. The trail continues north passing by Largo, Belleair, Clearwater, Dunedin, Palm Harbor, and ending in Tarpon Springs.


With an average of some 361 days of sunshine each year, and a Guinness World Record for logging the most consecutive days of sunshine (768 Days).


"Proudly Weird"

Come to Gulfport, where you can take in the weirdness and enjoy a nice walk along the sparkly bayfront. The eclectic collection of artists, writers, musicians and small business owners that make up this town.


"Parks, more parks, and boardwalks"

The city of Seminole offers multiple parks along the Pinellas trail that offer restrooms, water fountains, scenic views and playgrounds.


"Sunshine Suburban"

Largo is a Sunshine State suburb and therefore has many residential areas and local businesses, but it also has other amenities such as botanical gardens, parks, miles of walking trails and public golf courses where you can enjoy nature.


"The City of America's Best Beach"

Clearwater has a great waterfront park, downtown dining, and a variety of businesses.


 It’s known for the beaches, pine forest and ospreys of Honeymoon Island State Park.  The Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail runs through the city.


Palm Harbor is best known for the championship golfing at Innisbrook Resort & Golf Club. The warm springs and the beaches around here are always worth a visit, especially if you enjoy golf.


Sponge Docks

Tarpon Springs is a city on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Along Dodecanese Boulevard, a waterfront area which fronts Tampa Bay, the presence of Greek immigrants from the early 1900s is evident through the heritage restaurants and sponge docks which were a hub of local industry for many years.

Parks Along the Pinellas Trail

Electric Bike Trail Nearby

List of Street Art in Pinellas County

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