The Huracan 300 Challenge is the ultimate self-supported bikepacking race through the state of Florida. Boasting over 100 miles of singletrack and some of Florida’s hardest and longest climbs…are you up for the challenge?


Date: February 5, 2022

Time: 9:00 am


Event Website

Organizer: SINGLETRACK SAMURAI / Karlos Bernart


The Huracan 300 Challenge is the ULTIMATE OFF-ROAD ENDURANCE EXPERIENCE in the state of Florida. The route features over 100-miles of singletrack, many remote miles of double track forest roads and abandoned paths, and a few miles of pavement here-and-there. During the route, riders cross numerous forests, The Cross Florida Greenway, two mountain bike parks, and miles of some of Florida’s longest and hardest climbs. That’s right, we said long and hard.

Routes will be completed, finalized, and released by November 1st, 2021, there will be 2 routes available. You can only choose one, choose wisely. If you want both files, buy two tickets!

Original HuRaCaN Route, 350-380 miles of the most challenging terrain that Florida has. Expect everything you have ever heard about the Huracan from all your friends with a few more surprises thrown in. This is the route everyone talks about.

The HuRaCaN Lite, a 270-320 mile route that contains almost no singletrack and no river crossings. It will be a combination of Dirt roads, A-Roads, B-Roads, Bikepath, and major roads. This is essentially a Skinnier tire friendlier version of the route, the minimum recommended tire width is 40MM.


TO RESERVE A CAMPSITE FOR THE AMOUNT OF TIME YOU PLAN TO BE ON THE ROUTE. PLEASE CHOOSE Shangri La Campground IS THE START. If you do not get a spot, They will offer primitive camping/parking for your vehicle at 5$ per person per day, you can settle up and get your pass when you arrive.

The Huracan Challenge is a loop – you finish where you begin.

Total mileage +/-300 miles.

The event begins: Saturday, February 5th at 9 am. At Shangri La trailhead, the direction of travel will be announced 2 hours before the ride starts. Each Folder will have both clockwise and anti-clockwise routes available.

The entry fee collected for this event is to help offset the cost associated with the continued development and caretaking of the routes, there are no prizes, this is a ride for HONOR and bragging rights. The Fee you pay gets you the ride file, waypoint gpx, and the route gpx plus a souvenir, there are NO REFUNDS.

To navigate the route a GPX file will be provided. From that file, riders may make their own cue sheets and print their own maps.

Want more details on the route? Check out our Huracan 300 route page here.