Bicycle rides in New Jersey

Trails and bicycle paths in New Jersey
New Jersey trails

Atlantic County Bikeway 7.56 miles; Barnegat Branch Trail 10.4 miles; Bayshore Trail (Henry Hudson Trail) 2 miles; Bedminster Hike and Bikeway 2.6 miles; Ben Franklin Bridge , PA 1.3 miles; Berkshire Valley Management Area Trail 2.1 miles; River County Park Trail 2.3 miles. Continue reading…

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Tour de Franklin, Somerset NJ: April 28, 2019 - The Franklin Food Bank’s Annual Tour De Franklin Charity Bike Ride The Tour de Franklin Charity Bike Ride consists of seven different rides throughout the day, including the 62-mile, 40-mile, 25-mile, 10-mile, 1-to-5-mile walk or ride, and a 5-mile and 10-mile ride along Somerset’s scenic canal. Breakfast, lunch […]
Mount Washington Century map Mount Washington Century, July 27, 2019 - The Tin Mountain Conservation Center’s Mt. Washington Century ride is on Saturday, July 27, 2019, leaving from the Tin Mountain Conservation Nature Learning Center between 6 and 8 AM.  The ride around the base of Mt. Washington is over the NH Scenic Byway/Presidential Range Tour that offers spectacular mountain […]
Revolutionary Ramble, Morristown NJ The Revolutionary Ramble, Madison NH: June 8, 2019 - The Revolutionary Ramble offers fully supported rides over beautiful terrain for all abilities. Featuring SAGs*, bike-riding course marshals, well-stocked rest stops, mechanics for minor repairs at most rest stops, and a post-ride, air-conditioned buffet lunch.
ZTrek Century ZTrek Century, Somerset NJ, July 28, 2018 - The ZTrek Charity Bike Ride and Century benefits The Po River Medical Clinic. The Po River Clinic is operated entirely through donated funds. Funds are obtained from family, friends, private supporters, and corporate giving. We are also looking to further the clinic’s sustainability through grants and strategic partnerships. Steve and […]
Gran Fondo New Jersey Gran Fondo New Jersey: September 9, 2018 - Gran Fondo NJ offers a choice of route lengths and timed hill segments that wind their way through some of New Jersey’s best cycling roads, starting and ending in Morristown, NJ.  The timed climbs on the four longer routes represent the competitive aspect of the event.  In its […]
Tour de Franklin, Somerset NJ, Sunday, April 29, 2018 - The Franklin Food Bank’s annual Tour de Franklin Charity Bike Ride will be on Sunday, April 29, 2018 at Franklin High School, 500 Elizabeth Ave in Somerset. The Tour de Franklin Charity Bike Ride consists of seven different rides throughout the day, including the 62-mile, 40-mile, 25-mile, 10-mile, […]
New Jersey trails New Jersey trails - Atlantic County Bikeway 7.56 miles Asphalt Barnegat Branch Trail 10.4 miles Asphalt, Cinder Bayshore Trail (Henry Hudson Trail) 2 miles Concrete, Sand Bedminster Hike and Bikeway 2.6 miles Asphalt Ben Franklin Bridge , PA 1.3 miles Concrete Berkshire Valley Management Area Trail 2.1 miles Ballast, Cinder Black […]
New Jersey Touring Society - The following maps and cue sheets are provided by the Jersey Shore Touring Society. JSTS TOUR ALONG THE HUDSON SHORE JSTS Tuesday Night 25 JSTSMJT27 MJ Tigh Park to Imlastown via Stump Tavern MJT – Cassville 40 MJT – Clarksburg Loop MJT ot Cassville via Manasquan 637 mi […]
New Jersey Counties Cycling in New Jersey - New Jersey Counties provide maps for the use of bicyclists and often support cycling, particularly in their park areas. Some counties are working on bike trails and lanes that link major public areas. New Jersey Cycling Trails listed by County Atlantic Bergen Burlington Camden Cape May Cumberland Essex […]
Catskill-Delaware Water Gap tour - Catskill-Delaware River Cycling tour (60 mile days) This tour begins and ends at Kenneth L Wilson Campground, , 859 Wittenberg Road, Mt. Tremper, NY . The first day heads west through the Catskills, the second day continues through the Catskills and then turns sound along the Delaware River […]
Raritan Trail bicycle ride Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park Trail - The 68 mile Delaware and Raritan (D&R) Canal was built in the early 1830’s to serve as a transportation route between Philadelphia and New York. It is filled with 19th century bridges and bridge-tender houses, remnants of locks, cobblestone spillways and hand-built stone-arched culverts. The upper portion of […]