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The Tour de Franklin brings avid cyclists and the community together for a common cause – to fight local hunger. It is the Franklin Food Bank’s largest annual fundraising event, and the funds raised are a critical part of the Food Bank’s annual budget. Last year almost 800 riders joined our sponsors to raise over $70,000 in one day.  $70,000 equals 140,000 meals for our neighbors in need!

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 the scenic Delaware & Raritan Canal, so everyone can participate in the day.

Sunday. April 28, 2019.

Farmlands Flat Tour May 4 2019

This family-friendly event has marked routes in a variety of distances, from a leisurely 15-mile,25-mile jaunt to the ambitious 42-mile, metric (62.5 miles) and century (100 miles)

Spring-N2-Cycling Weekend

All-inclusive, 3-day cycling package in Danville, PA. We offer a variety of riding distances from 15 to 75+ miles, covering mostly rolling terrain with some challenging climbs as well as flat roads along the river.

Friday, May 3 through Sunday, May 5, 2019

Info here!

Cinco De Mayo Benefit Ride & Walk
Sunday, May 5, 2019 

The ride and walk benefits the Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports and the people with disabilities we serve. The ride & walk is marked by community spirit, determination and fun. Join us for a day of scenic routes, great food, and inspiring athletes. We'll unite in our mission to make sports and recreation possible for people with disabilities.

Options to ride or walk. Road rides of 25 or 50 miles. Paved trail for bikes and walkers, up to 22 miles. Exton, PA More info here.

Team NPF Cycle in New Jersey 2019. You’ll have a wheelgood time raising funds for a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.

Three great routes to choose from (10, 30, and 62), all include rest stops, SAG vehicles and bike mechanics. Upon completing your ride, enjoy lunch, wine tasting and live music as we celebrate your accomplishments and success towards finding a cure for psoriatic disease.

When: Saturday, May 11, 2019
Where:Unionville Vineyards
Address: 9 Rocktown Road, Ringoes, NJ 08551

More info here!

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Morris Area Freewheelers Foundation announces the 11th Annual Revolutionary Ramble on June 8, 2019.

Offering 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. Our photographers post their photos for free downloads after the ride.

Choose from a 12 mile family and casual tour or a more challenging 25, 35, 50, 65 or 100 mile tour.

The Amy Foundation Ride and Stride
Sunday June 23rd 2019 • 6:30 am
South Brunswick Township High School

The Amy Foundation Ride and Stride combines two great events, the Bike Ride for Amy and The Walk for Diane into one fun-filled morning, in which all ages can participate!

The Bike Ride offers four great routes:

*15 mile route for beginners
*25 flat route through South Brunswick and Plainsboro farmland
*35 mile a hilly ride
*50 mile challenging and scenic ride through the Sourland mountain region

More info here.

Garden State Tour de Cure: June 23, 2019


The 2019 Garden State Tour de Cure offers ride, run and walk options and benefits the American Diabetes Association. Join us at Mercer County Community College on Sunday, June 23 for a day of scenic routes, great food, and an exciting finish line celebration with live entertainment and kids activities.


Cycling Routes: 10 miles, 32 miles, 62.3 miles and 100 miles

Run: Timed 5K

Walk: Self-paced 5K

Get more info here!

The 5th annual Spellbound Century road bike event takes place on July 27, 2019, in Burlington County, NJ where you ride by local horse farms and historic towns on mostly flat roads and some challenging rolling hills. The ride starts from historic Mount Holly, NJ, the County seat. There will be various mileage options to choose from including family friendly 20 miles, to a more experience 45 and 63 miles, to a challenging 100 miles. The route will be diverse on quite roads and will have lots of straightaways. The ride routes are marked, fully SAG supported and riders are assisted by a local motorcycle club. The event will also have fully stocked planned rest stops along the way at farm markets where you can purchase local fresh goods that will be deliver to the start point so they will be waiting for you when you finish the ride. The event also includes a post ride celebration at Spellbound Brewing where you will be treated to a pint of beer, pizza, Italian water ice, local vendors, physical therapist, DJ and live entertainment. Participants who register before July 1st will receive a beautiful design event t-shirt. Plus Century riders will be awarded a custom made pin and medal in recognition of their accomplishment.

July 13-20, 2019. 500 miles for the kids.

The Ride for Runaways is an annual 7-day, 500-mile fully supported charity bike ride that raises money to support Anchor House. This event has been held annually since its inaugural ride in 1979. We wish to thank all of the many cyclists, volunteers and donors who believe in our cause and do their part so that the services of Anchor House, Inc. may continue to operate and make a difference in the lives of teens, young adults and their families.

On Sept. 7th, 2019 the Sourland Spectacular offers challenging routes for serious cyclists, as well as shorter alternatives for more casual bikers.  Routes of 26 to 63 miles are planned, all of which include climbing, as the Sourland Mountain is beautiful, but not flat. All rides are on paved roads. Rest stops with food, water and facilities are along the way. A Spectacular lunch with dessert is served at the end of the ride. The routes begin and end at the Otto Kaufman Community Center on Skillman Road in Skillman.  All parking will be across the street, in the front of Montgomery High School.

Proceeds will benefit the Sourland Conservancy, a non-profit organization working to protect the ecological integrity, historical resources and special character of the Sourland Mountain region.

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The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is hosting their 9th annual CF Cycle for Life and looking for new riders to join them on September, 28 in Hazlet, NJ!

The CF Cycle for Life is a fully-supported ride with two route options to choose from. Our 30- mile route is perfect for any skill level, while our 60-mile route is for those who like more of a challenge. Enjoy a continental breakfast, then hop on your bike to ride. Both the 30 and 60-mile routes feature fully stocked rest stops, bike mechanics for bicycle maintenance and repair, ride marshals to cheer you along the way and support vehicles to help you complete the ride. Take part in the post ride celebration where you will enjoy a delicious hot buffet, beverages, and camaraderie.

A $35 registration fee will be waived for members of this cycling group by using the code CURECF during the month of July. The Greater New Jersey CF Cycle for Life is a pledge-based event. All registered cyclists are required to meet a minimum fundraising total of $200 and will receive a commemorative long sleeve event t-shirt for their efforts, at the event. Participants who raise $750 will earn the official 2019 CF Cycle for Life Jersey.

More info and to register, click here.

The Main Line Animal Rescue 4th annual Gran Fondo Cycling Event presented by Audi West Chester is gearing up to hit the country roads of Chester County on Saturday, October 5th 2019. This renown cycling event provides the community with a great day at the farm, bringing together cyclists of all skill levels and their families from near and far to enjoy a picturesque ride through the Chester County countryside. The ride starts and finishes at Pickering Meade Farm and concludes with a fabulous after-party featuring a beer garden, food, raffles, awards ceremony, a live band, adoptable animals, and more.

See their web page for information about the three-day cycling event, which includes accommodations, breakfasts, a Saturday evening dinner, rides of distances from 15-75 miles (and cue sheets if you'd rather ride on your own), attractions for non-cyclist guests, and more.

Artisans . Activists . Alternatives

2019 Philly Bike Expo

Nov. 2 & 3

Please patronize our PFW Sponsors. Clicking on the ad will bring you to their site:

7 Route 31
Pennington, NJ 08534
Mon-Fri 10-6
Sat 930-430
Sun 12-4

Sourland Cycles
53 E Broad St
Hopewell, NJ 08525
Sun: 11am - 4pm
Mon: Closed
Tue, Wed, Fri: 10am - 7pm
Thu: 10am - 8pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm

Halter's Cycles
1325 US 206
Skillman, NJ 08558
Mon-Fri 11-7
Sat 10-5
Sun 12-4

V5 Cycles
140 Rt. 31
Flemington, NJ 08822
(908) 824-7881
Mon 11-5
Tues 11-7
Thurs 11-7
Fri 11-5
Sat 10-6
Sun 11-5

-=2019 Event Sponsors=-

1147 Route 601
Skillman, NJ

Two locations:
Princeton North Shopping Center
1225 State Rd
Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: (609) 683-7888

Princeton Fitness & Wellness at Plainsboro
7 Plainsboro Road
Plainsboro Township, NJ 08536
Phone: (609) 799-7777