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Welcome to the Princeton Freewheelers website.

We offer over 900 rides annually for cyclists at all levels. Feel free to check our ride calendar to review current ride listings. Nonmembers are invited to join our rides, but insurance requirements allow one ride before joining the club. Annual membership fees are $25 for individuals and $35 for families. Note that helmets are required and your bike must be in good working condition. Members also are invited to attend several social events that occur throughout the year.

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Have you ever attended a bicycling race at a velodrome?  Now is your chance. We have organized a PFW trip to the Trexlertown, PA, Velodrome, a cycling racing facility.  Many club members have attended cycling races at the facility and love it.  We have 56 seats available on the bus for members and their guests.  First come, first serve!

To sign up and pay for the trip ($25.00 for transportation and entrance fee), log on to the PFW Website, go to the August 17th ride calendar post and register.  Many thanks to club member Metta Cahill for organizing the trip.  See details below:


 Trexlertown Field                 velodrome sign

                  Valley Preferred Cycling Center


When?   Friday, August 17th, 2018,

Depart: PROMPTLY at 5 pm from parking lot of AMC Theater, Hamilton NJ via comfortable Starr Bus

Arrival:  6:30 pm - 7 pm, Valley Preferred Cycling Center, Trexlertown, PA

Races: 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Return: Midnight to AMC Hamilton

Cost: $25/per person; members can invite guests

Food/drink available for purchase on premises; coolers can be brought on board the bus


2018 Princeton Event Cancelled

We're taking a break from the annual event this year. The club will take this year to allow those who've worked on the event for many years to take a year off while we reassess our goals and restructure a meaningful opportunity for today's ridership based on several items - even those that have always been set in stone.

Bike on Bridge - taken by Ken Gaissert