2017 Routes– Anticipated available on-line on or about August 1

  The routes for 2017 are not expected to be available on-line until August 1st as last minute changes may become necessary due to unforeseeable events until then. At that time, Links to the Ridewith GPS.com sites will be activated on this page where profiles of the various routes will currently allow prospective riders to get a sense of the terrain they will encounter until then. 2017’s routes will vary significantly  but exhibit a very similar riding character to those of previous years.

Basic 15 

A friendly route for novices on some familiar terrain.

Little Longer 25

Like the 15 mile route, this is a friendly loop for those looking for a few more miles.  It is also a chance to see some different areas than last year.  This route finds roads that are so nice you may find yourself wanting to ride more in this area.  Like the 15 mile route, its not flat as a pancake, but there aren’t really any climbs.

Thrifty 35

This tour will take you out to one of our favorite Rest Stops  and is along several rolling roads that beg you to just enjoy some of the character defining views and fun terrain of Central New Jersey.

Fab 50

The 50 miler rolls as well and visits some of our favorite areas.  A return to last year’s midpoint rest stop will seem familiar but we’ve selected a return route that will be fresh because it includes a number of roads we haven’t used recently on our Event.

Hilly 70

While recent hilly routes have not found any of the longer climbs in the area, our Event this year has gone out of its way to find more than a few.  Our other routes may roll a little, but they avoid all difficult grades – this route seeks them out!  The route has changed dramatically from last year to treat riders to a return to some route choices not part of any event in recent memory.

“Flat” Metric

Often a shorter variant of our Century Ride, this relatively flat metric is designed for those who want an extended tour but aren’t yet ready to do a full century.  Those with friends doing the 100 mile route will find that there are a fair amount of common miles. This only mildly rolling route travels over much of the same areas as our 100 mile route but will get you back for lunch before many of the longer riders descend upon the finish.

100 Six Stop Boogie CENTURY

Our premier route is all about an invitation to do your first century – or just your longest ride of the year.  The roads are chosen from a mix of familiar and fresh routes to make you able to see some great areas of central/south central NJ, just have a nice extended day cruising with friends while either wanting to maintain a steady pace or perhaps be rewarded with a fast century by going quickly and working hard.

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