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Florida Keys 1000

Version No. 2.0
Date last revised: January 7, 2017


2017, Iron Butt Association, Chicago, Illinois
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Background:

The Florida Keys 1000 is a ride between Key Largo, Florida and Key West, Florida on a two lane speed restricted highway.  In order to ride 1000 miles, you must ride this route, and return 5 times.  The challenge of the ride is the sheer monotony of riding  back and forth, though the small communities of the Keys, and across the open bridges of the Overseas Highway.  

Read the rules for the iconic SaddleSore 1000 on the Ironbutt Association site.  The rules for this ride are similar and you will get valuable background information.

Documentation:  See here.

Remittance Fee:  $40

Definitions


DBR - Dated Business Receipt

A DBR is a machine generated receipt with the date, time and LOCATION on it.  Check it - do not assume it is correct.  A receipt with an incorrect time/date/location is worthless.  Check and re-check.

Rules

The ride must be completed in less than 24 hours.

You may start at Key Largo or Key West.

You must ride the route, and return,  five times.

You must get a DBR at the start and at Key West and Key Largo each time.  You will have eleven DBRs for this ride.

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You must ride at least 1,000 miles on this ride.  Be sure to check the mileages between your starting and ending checkpoints on each of the legs.

Your official time is determined by the starting and ending receipts.  PLEASE check these documents and make sure the clock and date are correct!

Spotwalla.com IS REQUIRED for this ride.

Merchandise:  Limited quantities of these items are available from the iba estore.