February 22–25, 2024
Length: 72 Hours
Starting on the west coast panhandle area, taking teams into areas never used in any other Sea to Sea. This northern route will give teams a new look at Florida with rolling hills, caves, fast-flowing rivers, huge oak forests, old and new MTB trails, Florida trail hikes and some of Florida's best wildlife management areas. We are going all out for the 25th Anniversary of the Sea to Sea and this will be one for the record books.
2024 Race Pricing
$1000 Per Racer (On a Team)
$1,100 Per Solo
$1,100 Per Racer (On a Team)
$1,200 Per Solo
$1,200 Per Racer (On a Team)
$1,300 Per Solo
Important Registration Dates
Registration Opens: 04/3/23 at 9:00pm
Early Registration Ends: 6/10/23 at 9:00pm
Regular Registration Ends: 11/01/23 at 9:00pm
Late Registration Ends: 2/09/24 at 9:00pm
The first 20 teams to sign-up* will receive the 25th Anniversary custom race jacket!
Teams will need to complete registration to be added to the team list. The team must make a full payment.
This year's will sell out once all 80 canoes and 20 kayaks are assigned. Remember that 4-person teams take up two canoes. 2–3 person teams get one canoe and solos get a solo kayak.
*Must complete payment. Excludes deferrals.
12:00pm, Wednesday 2/21
5:00pm, Wednesday 2/21
6:00pm, Wednesday 2/21
6:00am, Thursday 2/22
Start (West Coast)
10:00am, Thursday 2/22
12:00pm, Sunday 2/25
12:00pm, Sunday 2/25
The Sea to Sea Expedition Race across Florida is an adventure racing event that takes participants on a multi-day journey from the Gulf of Mexico on the west coast of Florida to the Atlantic Ocean on the east coast. The race covers a distance of over 300 miles and includes a variety of challenging activities, such as trekking, mountain biking, paddling, and orienteering.
Teams of two to four members, or solos, compete in the race, and they must navigate the course using only a map and compass. The race is not marked, so participants must rely on their navigational skills to find their way through the course.
The race is held the last week of February when temperatures in Florida are relatively mild. However, participants still face various challenges, including heat or cold, humidity, and the potential for severe weather.
The Sea to Sea Expedition Race is known for its rugged and diverse terrain, which includes swamps, forests, beaches, and urban areas. Participants must be prepared to handle a range of conditions and challenges, from navigating through dense foliage to paddling through choppy seas.
The Sea to Sea Expedition Race is a true test of endurance, navigation skills, and teamwork. Participants must work together to overcome obstacles and complete the course, and they must be prepared to push themselves to their limits in order to succeed. The race is a unique and challenging adventure that offers participants the opportunity to explore some of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes in Florida while testing their physical and mental limits.
Race tips from the race director. Navigation will be very straightforward; however, get familiar with using a TOPO map. There will be no plotting UTM during this year's race; however, there is an O-Relay during the race so make sure at least two team members can navigate alone. All information forms and maps are waterproof. Train mostly on your mountain bikes before the race. Be prepared for any type of weather, late February in Florida has been in the low 30's at night to highs in the 80's during the day. Winter in Florida is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get.
What We Provide
1. Wednesday night stay at the host hotel. Teams receive 1 (two queen beds) and solos receive 1 (king) bed.
2. Fresh-cooked pre-race meal from a private chef the night before the race. Vegan options are available.
3. Transportation to the west coast start location.
4. Transportation for all team bikes, gear, and paddle bags across the state.
5. Canoes, paddles, and lifevests.
6. Live tracking with GPS tracking devices so family and friends can follow along at home.
7. Parking for all three days at the host hotel.
8. Sand bottles
9. Long sleeve dry-fit shirt
10. Custom race bib
11. Water, sodas, Gatorade, snacks, and cooked meals at each transition area.
12. Transportation for any withdrawing teams.
13. Race photos (free)
14. Finisher medals
15. Custom awards
16. Post-race meals
Once your team has registered for the race you will receive updates or changes via the email you provide. Also, video updates and other information will be posted on the SEA to SEA Race Facebook Page.
In order to speed up the check-in process on race day, please download and fill in the ARGeorgia Liability Waiver for each team member, and bring it to the race with you to check-in.
Rules List is required to review and a copy to be carried during all races.
Mandatory Gear List required for review and to be carried during all races.
Withdrawals & Cancellation
The local bike shop for shipping and setup is:
Open Road Bicycles
2220 CR-210 West #303
St. Johns, FL 32259 USA
1st through 3rd place in the following divisions:
• Coed 3–4
• Coed 2
• Open Male (Any)
• Open Female (Any)
• Solo Male
• Solo Female
• Masters Solo Male (Must be over 45)
• Masters Solo Female (Must be over 45)
• Masters Team (All team members must be over 45)
Single Award for:
The Youngest Racer