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St. Pete Beach Bike Trail Across Pinellas Bayway Bridge

by Robert Neff

The St. Pete Bike Trail goes up and over the new Pinellas Bayway Bridge. The views across Boca Ciega Bay and of Gulfport, St Petersburg, St Pete Beach and the Sunshine Skyway Bridge are spectacular! With no drawbridge, the new Pinellas Bayway Bridge is taller and offers a panoramic and 360 degree view.

St Pete Beach Trail goes across Pinellas Bayway and has a shared bike and pedestrian paths . The path goes under each end of the bridge. For bridge walkers, the views redefine "Bridge Walking".

The paths are well maintained, provide a water-level view and are lit at night. The westbound side has no waking path, just a wide shoulder that bikes may safely use. Bikes going eastbound do not have to use the shared protected path. There is a wide shoulder to use.

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Video: Leaving St. Pete Beach, toll booth, up and over new Pinellas Bayway Bridge. 7 sec time lapse.

Bike Maps: St. Petersburg has a NEW 2014 Bike Map

Old and new Pinellas Bayway Bridge under construction.
One of several images featured in American Infrastructure Magazine.
New Pinellas Bayway Bridge from #StPete to Beach. Walkway/Bikepath open

The Pinellas Bayway Bridge is 100 feet and can accommodate most sailboats. Those over 100 feet must use John's Pass drawbridge.

In St Petersburg, from the Skyway Trail at 37th St South and 54th Ave South, turn west toward St Pete Beach onto 54th Ave South. Go past Eckerd College and through the tollway. You will cross several small bridges before you get to the Pinellas Bayway Bridge. After you go up and over, the road will end at the Loews Don CeSar Hotel.

Bridge walking is a #StPeteBeach past time! Shared path crosswalk at Isla Del Sol's Bahia Del Mar

Pedestrian/bike path under both sides Pinellas Bayway or walk bridge #LoveFL #LiveAmplified

Vista views of St Pete Beach and Don Cesar from Pinellas Bayway Bridge Westbound

Artsy Don CeSar

Catamaran approaching Pinellas Bayway Bridge, St Pete Beach

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