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Below is an archive of some of our past rides.

CANCELED - D20 T2 Lone Eagle Ride

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DUE TO THE INCLEMENT WEATHER, THIS RIDE IS CANCELED FOR TODAY - A leisurely 20-mile ride into Sergeantsville and back, then adjourn with the other pace group riders for a pint (or two)!
Miles: 20
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/23/2018

B-35 T2 Lone Eagle to Flagtown - CANCELLED

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This ride got rained out in August, so we'll try again. Mostly flat ride with a bunch of rollers, leaving from Lone Eagle Brewery out to Flagtown. One stop possible at the 'Best Deli in Flagtown'. After the ride we'll join the riders from other groups for a post-ride recovery beverage at the brewery. No drops but you should be able to maintain at least a 14.5 average pace for this ride. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers highly recommended. Rain will cancel.
Miles: 35
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/23/2018

C34 T2 Saturday C Ride

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Saturday C easy ride, topped off by a nice descent down Cherryville Hollow. No major climbs, just a bunch of rollers. No drops. No stores on route, so bring your own. Faster riders are welcome to go off the front but should have cue sheet or GPS. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 34
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/22/2018

#CaringForRare Bicycling Event Weekend

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15 mile family friendly towpath ride on Saturday, September 15th and a Century, Metric and Half Metric on Sunday, September 16th. Longer distances will leave from V5 and ride through Hunterdon and Bucks Counties. Rolling hills, beautiful scenery, fully supported and lots of swag.
Miles: 100
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/16/2018

Barb's Short Version-Kurt's Birthday Ride

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Join us for our annual celebration of Kurt's Birthday! Slower pace and fewer hills with a coffee stop in Sergeantsville, then back to Ringoes for hotdogs, birthday cake and beer under the maple tree. Help us continue this tradition.
Miles: 14
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/15/2018

Fabulous Birthday Ride

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Join me for my annual birthday ride, enjoy hot dogs, beer, and cake after the ride. Barb will be leading a shorter ride which will include a coffee stop in Sergeantsville. Both rides start at 9 am.
Miles: 27
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/15/2018

B50 T3 Ringoes to Frenchtown

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I think I have a B ride in me, and hopefully my legs will agree. We will do three climbs as we head to Prallsville and meet the other group riding on Rt. 29 to Frenchtown. After a sweet stop at Maria's we will return to Prallsville then back to Ringoes via the covered bridge and Sergeantsville. I hope to average 15 mph. Keep an eye on the weather and on the website in case of cancellation.
Miles: 50
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/14/2018

Fabulous Breakfast Ride

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We will meet on the corner of Reaville Rd. and route 202/31, just south of the circle. Park by the Staples sign (NOT by the store). Note the 8 am start. We will finish around 10:15 in time for the breakfast special at the Country Griddle. An event not to be missed.
Miles: 25
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/4/2018

New Rider Roundup

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Come on out and enjoy an easy paced D ride on the mostly flat West Hunterdon plateau. Great for beginners as well as anyone looking to get in a few extra miles. Sign in and helmet required. Lights and hydration recommended.
Miles: 20
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/2/2018

Training Ride for Avery's Hope

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We are going to roll some hills in the first half of the ride then smoothing out for the second have of the ride. We are going to ride through some beautiful parts of Hunterdon county
Miles: 70
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/2/2018

C 100 T2 Femington

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START NEW EDIT: This is a self-supported ride which means that riders should have the tools and the wherewithal to fix a flat and make minor repairs. Therefore, bikes and riders should be in good working order. In all probability, riders will naturally form into groups based on pace and conditioning. About every 15 miles we will regroup at either a corner store (limited selections) or at riders' cars. It is suggested that riders pack a cooler with their favorite hydration, electrolytes, and food supplies to insure they have what is needed for the next segment of the century. There will not be pavement route markings, but the route GPS link is below and riders can download the route to their devices and/or print a cue sheet. A limited number of cue sheets will be available at the beginning of the ride. Bring a clothes pin or binder clip to attach the cue sheet to a brake cable. Pack a cooler with a tailgate lunch which will be enjoyed around noon at mile 53. The Old Croton Bar & Grill is nice enough to let us use their parking lot, and I am sure they will appreciate it if riders spend a little time inside after the ride enjoying an adult beverage and pizza or salad at a special discount. Riders are reminded to eat and drink very 20 minutes. END NEW EDIT This 100 mile ride will be entirely on the flattish plateau, and is an ideal route for folks trying their first century ride. The ride is divided into 25-30 mile segments. We will return to our cars about every two hours to rest and replenish our ride food and water. We will never be more than five miles from our cars and there are easy bailout opportunities. The average speed will be 13-14 mph. Riders and bikes should be in good working order, so plan some longer training rides this month. Pack a cooler for a tailgate lunch at the halfway point.
Miles: 100
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/1/2018

C25 T3 Fabulous Breakfast Ride

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We will meet under the Staples sign on the corner (not in front of the store). Note the early start so we can be in time for the breakfast special. This is the best breakfast deal in the county. You owe it to yourself to make this ride.
Miles: 25
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/28/2018

"D" Lone Eagle Ride

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Lone Eagle D Ride through Raritan and Delaware Townships. Helmets and sign-in required. Front and rear flashers highly recommended. Ensure to bring hydration and refuel snacks. We will meetup with the other riders at Lone Eagle for a pint (or two)!
Miles: 20
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/26/2018

C 68 T3 Lone Eagle to Bucks Co.

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An early start (8 am) from Lone Eagle Brewery and then up to the plateau to ride the second half of the September 1 century route. A detour is planned to Bucks Co. and the quirky Carversville General Store. We will regroup and replenish our supplies about every 15 miles. This will be a good ride to help prepare for the September 1 century event. Of course, the order of the day is a cold one at the end of the ride.
Miles: 68
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/26/2018

C28 T2 V5 to Flagtown

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This is could be a warm-up for anyone doing Kurt's big ride on the following day, or for anyone who wants a chance to stretch their legs. One stop possible at the 'best deli in Flagtown'. No drops. Helmets required. Front/Rear flashers recommended
Miles: 28
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/25/2018

C50 T3 Ringoes to Frenchtown

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We will take the long way to Stockton, meet some other riders and then bike Rt. 29 to Frenchtown and Maria's bakery. A nice mix of hills and flats. A good training ride for the September 1 century ride.
Miles: 50
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/24/2018

CANCELLED B-35 T2 Lone Eagle to Flagtown

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Lone Eagle B ride for August. Head out from the brewery toward Flagtown. No drops, but you should be able to maintain at least a 14 mph pace. Faster riders can go off the front. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers are recommended. Will meet with other riders from other routes at the brewery at the end of the ride.
Miles: 35
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/19/2018

CANCELED - D20 T2 Lone Eagle Ride

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CANCELED DUE TO THE THREAT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER AND WET ROAD CONDITIONS.Lone Eagle D Ride through Raritan and Delaware Townships. Helmets and sign-in required. Front and rear flashers highly recommended. Ensure to bring hydration and refuel snacks. We will meetup with the other riders at Lone Eagle for a pint (or two)!
Miles: 20
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/19/2018

CANCELLED C 40 T4 Lone Eagle to Whitehouse Station

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CANCELLED...The weather is too chancy...One on the rides leaving from the brewery. We will meet the cyclists from the other rides around 1 o'clock and swap lies about how far and fast we went. Use this as a training ride for the September 1 century. Extend the distance by riding from home. Faster riders can go off the front.
Miles: 40
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/19/2018

C 70 T4 Lambertsville to Tewksbury

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A hilly ride to Lebanon. We will have a lunch stop about half way through the ride. Another good training ride for the September 1 century. Let me know if you want to start the ride with me in Ringoes, I will leave from 5 Hart Ln. at 8:15. I will end my ride in Ringoes and the rest will finish at CVS.
Miles: 70
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/16/2018

B- 33 T3 Whitehouse to Hacklebarney

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The start point for the ride is a parking area on Rt 523 just south of Exit 24 on Rt 78. Credit for much of the route goes to Rich Kowal who took us on portions of this route a few weeks ago. Only one significant climb up Rockaway Rd to Guinea Hollow toward Califon, but it's not very steep. We'll stop for a break at BEX in Califon if it's open. We'll aim for a 14.5 pace. No drops, but you should be able to maintain a 14 mph avg pace to join this ride. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 33
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/12/2018

CANCELLED...C 60 T3 Lone Eagle to Plateau

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CANCELLED DUE TO RAINY FORECAST We will start at the Lone Eagle Brewery and climb Harmony School Rd. to the plateau, where we will enjoy country roads through scenic farmlands. The route will be the first half of the September 1 century ride. This is a good ride to help prepare you for the century. We will stay for a cold one after the ride.
Miles: 60
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/12/2018

B50 T3 Three Bridges/Sergeantsville *CANCELLED*

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*Ride cancelled due to poor weather forecast.* Saturday morning B ride starting at Three Bridges School and traveling through Neshanic, Ringoes, Sergeantsville while staying mostly on back roads. Only one long hill up Zion Rd. Rest stop in Ringoes or Sergeantsville.
Miles: 50
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/11/2018

C26 T3 The Hogback 26 revisited *CANCELLED*

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RIDE CANCELLED due to forecasted rain. This is a repeat of a ride from a couple of weeks ago with a couple of minor route changes. One stop at Brew 362 in Pittstown. No drops but you should be able to maintain at least a 12 mph pace for this ride. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 26
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/11/2018

C 50 T3 Ringoes to Frenchtown

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We will take the long way to Stockton, meet some other riders and then bike Rt. 29 to Frenchtown and Maria's bakery. A nice mix of hills and flats. A good training ride for the September 1 century ride.
Miles: 50
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/10/2018

C 30 T3 Potterstown

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Route Link Posted.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/8/2018

New rider roundup

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Whether you're looking to get out for your first ride of the season or looking to get started in cycling this ride is for you. Easy "D" paced ride mostly flat. Helmets and sign in sheet required. Head/tail lights recommended. Be sure to bring food and hydration.
Miles: 19
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/5/2018

B50 T3 Three Bridges/Sergeantsville *RIDE CANCELLED*

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*Ride cancelled due to poor weather forecast.* Saturday morning B ride starting at Three Bridges School and traveling through Neshanic, Ringoes, Sergeantsville while staying mostly on back roads. Only one long hill up Zion Rd. Rest stop in Ringoes or Sergeantsville.
Miles: 50
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/4/2018

C ride to Flemington Corn Tomato and Beer Fest UPATED

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UPDATE: The rain date for this event is Sunday, 8/5. At this point the weather forecast for Saturday morning doesn't look too good. If the event is postponed to Sunday, this ride will be moved to Sunday morning at 10 AM. This will be an easy paced C ride to the Flemington Tomato, Corn & Beer fest that will be held on Stangl Rd. Meet at 10 AM in the Liberty Village parking lot. The ride will be timed to end around 12:30. For more information about the event, which is free, check their website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flemington-corn-tomato-beer-festival-tickets-47426336449. No drops. Helmet required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 32
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/4/2018

C25 T3 Fabulous Breakfast Ride

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The return of the fabulous breakfast ride. Note the 8 am start time which allows us to finish in time for the breakfast special at the Country Griddle. This is the best breakfast for the money in the area. We will meet on the corner under the Staples sign (not in front of the store). Keep an eye on the weather and the website in case of cancellation.
Miles: 25
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/2/2018

tribute to the Flateau. The Metric Century

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An easy paced Metric Century. No Drops. Helmet required. This ride is dedicated to all the volunteers of the Flateau events.
Miles: 62
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/29/2018

C30 T3

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Hunterdon County at its best.
Miles: 30
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/28/2018

D20 T2 Lone Eagle Ride

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Lone Eagle D Ride through Raritan and Delaware Townships. Helmets and sign-in required. Front and rear flashers highly recommended. Ensure to bring hydration and refuel snacks. We will meetup with the other riders at Lone Eagle for a pint (or two)!
Miles: 20
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/22/2018

C 30 T3 Saturday Ride Time

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Standard C level ride, no drops, club rules apply. Up to Payne Rd to Pleasant Run to 3 Bridges.
Miles: 28.6
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/21/2018

C50 T3 Ringoes, Lambertville, Frenchtown

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We will ride from Ringoes to Lambertville then through Stockton where we will meet the Friday, Frenchtown riders. After our sweet stop at Maria's we will all return to Stockton and then work our way back to Ringoes.
Miles: 50
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/20/2018

C29.2 T2 Baptistown...Ice Cream/Lunch

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Note the 8 AM start to beat the heat. We will park on the gravel behind Ginny's Restaurant, and ride on the fairly flat plateau. There are at least three bailout points for anyone who wants to cut the ride short and head back for an early ice cream.
Miles: 29
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/18/2018

Cherryville Hollow to Stockton

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B ride to Stockton. No Drops. The weather should be perfect. Bring your helmet.
Miles: 40
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/18/2018

C15 T2 Wednesday Night Ride N Dine

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Let's do a nice, leisurely 15-miler from a new location, the Golden Star Diner (formerly the Metro Diner) this Wednesday.Helmets and sign-in required.
Miles: 15
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/18/2018

Rediscover Schooleys Mtn N,NW Passage

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Help rediscover the N,NW passage to the top of Schooleys Mtn. There is 1mile of dirt Rd on this ride. Faster riders are encouraged to do up hills again or circle back to the slowest rider to keep group together. Helmets Required.
Miles: 35
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/16/2018

Bastille Day Store Ride 40 Miles

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Like the original Tour de France, we are going old school for the ride. In other words this will be self-supported (in the spirit of randonees, brevets, and the original professional races):The course will not be marked but we will provide cue sheets; GPS Data will be downloadable from RideWith GPS by participants.There are no official aid stations; you will raid the local stores, bars, and restaurant for supplies (as the pros did into the 70s). The course is being designed to take this into count, and they are noted on the official cue sheetsAs a shop ride, there will not be any technical support or SAG servicesDid you know?: The Tour de France did not offer wheel changes until 1956; until then, riders had to change tires themselves!While we have a mass start (both courses start together), everyone is welcome to ride at their own pace. This is a ride, and not a race, and the roads are open to normal vehicular traffic, so you are expected to obey all rules of the road.Use of GPS is highly recommended, since quite a few turns do not have street signs. For best navigation, we suggest use of GPS in conjunction with the Official Cue Sheets, this way you will get relevant course notes and store locations.
Miles: 40
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/15/2018

Bastille Day Store Ride 82 Miles

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Like the original Tour de France, we are going old school for the ride. In other words this will be self-supported (in the spirit of randonees, brevets, and the original professional races):The course will not be marked but we will provide cue sheets; GPS Data will be downloadable from RideWith GPS by participants.There are no official aid stations; you will raid the local stores, bars, and restaurant for supplies (as the pros did into the 70s). The course is being designed to take this into count, and they are noted on the official cue sheetsAs a shop ride, there will not be any technical support or SAG servicesDid you know?: The Tour de France did not offer wheel changes until 1956; until then, riders had to change tires themselves!While we have a mass start (both courses start together), everyone is welcome to ride at their own pace. This is a ride, and not a race, and the roads are open to normal vehicular traffic, so you are expected to obey all rules of the road.Use of GPS is highly recommended, since quite a few turns do not have street signs. For best navigation, we suggest use of GPS in conjunction with the Official Cue Sheets, this way you will get relevant course notes and store locations.
Miles: 82
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/15/2018

CANCELLED D20 T2 Lone Eagle Ride

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NOTE: Due to the thunderstorms, this ride is canceled today - we are investigating rescheduling to next Sunday --- Lone Eagle D Ride through Raritan and Delaware Townships. Helmets and sign-in required. Front and rear flashers highly recommended. Ensure to bring hydration and refuel snacks. We will meetup with the other riders at Lone Eagle for a pint (or two)!
Miles: 20
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/15/2018

B40 T4 Lone Eagle

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CANCELLED...NO RSVPs...I am riding with the C group at 10........Lots of ups and downs on this ride, hopefully on the roads less traveled. We will walk across the Delaware at Bulls Island, and head to Carversville in Bucks Co. for a chance to replenish our ride supplies and a short break at Max Hansen Grocery and Deli. After another six miles in Bucks Co. on country roads, we will cross the river again and head back to Lone Eagle for the afternoon festivities. I am planning on a 14-15 mph pace, I hope my legs get the memo.
Miles: 40
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/15/2018

C30 Lone Eagle RIde CANCELLED

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Sadly, some heavy rain is on it's way. The Lehigh Valley is wet already. I will wander over to Lone Eagle in case you miss this email. The BRewery will still be open at 1:00 PM, as far as I know.......Folks can of courseEasy pace ride to Stockton returning at 1:00 for Club gathering. No drops. Helmets required.
Miles: 30
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/15/2018

C ride for Saturday - here's the route I decided on

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I am updating this C-paced ride for this Saturday. I have opted for a slightly different route from the one I posted the other day as a placeholder. We are still going to Hopewell, but this route is 32 miles (whereas the other one was almost 37). There is still a fair bit of climbing, though -- that is hard to avoid when going to Hopewell!We'll take a break in Hopewell, probably at Boro Bean.No drop ride, but riders should be able to maintain a C pace. I posted it as a C- pace (slow end of C) because of the hills. Faster riders can ride off the front.Helmets required.
Miles: 32.4
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/14/2018

C20 Early Short N Sweet

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No time for a longer ride so short and sweet it is. This one criss-crosses over to East Amwell and back again. Helmets and hydration required. Lights and snacks recommended.
Miles: 20
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/14/2018

B50 T3 Three Bridges/Sergeantsville

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Saturday morning B ride starting at Three Bridges School and traveling through Neshanic, Ringoes, Sergeantsville while staying mostly on back roads. Only one long hill up Zion Rd. Rest stop in Sergeantsville. No drops, but you should be able to maintain a 14mph pace. Helmets required.
Miles: 50
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/14/2018

C12 T2 Friday Night Ride & Dine

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Let's do a ride-and-dine on a different night this week...We will start/end at Ginny's Cafe on Route 12 and adjourn for dinner at Ginny's. There is an opportunity to add additional mileage bypassing Muddy Run Road between Barbertown Point Breeze Road and Kingwood-Locktown Road.
Miles: 12
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/13/2018

C31 T4 Ringoes...Lunch

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We will meet in historic Clawson Park and head to the plateau by way of Sergeantsville. We will then descend into Frenchtown for a quick spin around town and then head back up to the plateau to Kingwood where we will stop for an early lunch at Highland Gourmet Farm Stand and Wine Shoppe. After lunch we will again go through Sergeantsville by way of the only remaining covered bridge in New Jersey. There are some challenging hills on this ride, but we will regroup at the top of each.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/12/2018

July 4th to the Great Crate Race

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Come celebrate July 4th with a 15 mile route to see the Great Crate Race. We'll watch the races for a while and then head back. From Clawson Park to the Race, the route is 6 miles, and then 9 miles taking the round-about way back to the park. (Route prepared courtesy of Kurt G.) Helmets required, RSVPs appreciated, sign waiver at starting point, rain cancels (by 7:30AM). We'll watch the races for a while and then head back.
Miles: 15
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/4/2018

The Wood Thrush 30-REVISED START TIME

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B ride from Cherryville Hollow north to Observatory Road and back. We will climb Observatory Hill slowly, listening for Wood Thrush along the way. Helmet and required.
Miles: 30
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/2/2018

C22 Coffee on Columbia Trail

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This will be a C-Paced ride - Combining new rider with regular club ride on the historic & scenic upper Columbia Trail to Coffee Potter. Ride back on the lower Ken Lockwood Gorge Trail alongside the South Branch of the Raritan River. MTB Gravel or Hybrid bike recommended. Bring helmets and hydration!
Miles: 22
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/1/2018

C 30 T3

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Up Barton Hollow to the Plateau and back down, Harmony School
Miles: 30
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/30/2018

C70 T3 Ringoes to Tewksbury

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CANCELLED: TOO HOT, TOO LONG, TOO OLD...Spend the day with your friends on your bike. This is a long ride, but we make up for it with the hills. Lunch will be about halfway at the Lebanon Boro General Store. We will stop to replenish our ride supplies when stores are available, and the ride leader is tired, but it is recommended that you bring enough ride food and drink to last. No drops but we will average around 13 mph, so riders should be comfortable at that pace. NOTE: the MapMyRide route begins in Lambertville, BUT we will start in Ringoes, bike to Lambertville and pick up the route there.
Miles: 70
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/30/2018

C 24 T2 Frenchtown to Carversville

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Changing things up by starting in Frenchtown, riding south on Rt. 29 to Bulls Island, miraculously walking across the river and biking to Carversville for our rest stop. Those wanting more of a challenge can ride before/after the ride or ride off the front.
Miles: 24
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/29/2018

C30 T3 Ringoes to Baptistown

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CANCELLED...Rain predicted. NOTE the start time. This ride is the second leg of a full day of riding. Options are to join the morning group, have lunch in Ringoes, and then do this ride in the afternoon, or just do the afternoon ride (lunch is optional). I will coordinate time and place for meeting with those who RSVP.
Miles: 30
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/28/2018

C29 T3 Ringoes, Neshanic, Sourlands

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CANCELLED. Enjoy the rainy day inside. This is the first part of a 60 mile day. Join the morning ride, have lunch in Ringoes, and then do the afternoon ride. Of course, other options are to just do the morning ride or just the afternoon ride. This will be a good prep ride for the 70 mile ride on Saturday and for the Flateau's metric century.
Miles: 29
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/28/2018

C30.5 T2

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Almost to Lambertville via Ringoes and other fine places.
Miles: 30.5
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/27/2018

Ride 'n Dine Ginny's in Baptistown

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CANCELLED, due to circumstances.... We should be able to park in Ginny's lot, ride about 12 miles on the plateau and then have a nice diner meal at Ginny's. The pace will be 12 mph on fairly flat roads. Bring your spouse.
Miles: 12
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/27/2018

C32 T2 Ringoes, Birthday Cake, Hot Dogs & Beer

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Note the 8:30 am start time. We will bike 12 miles at about 14 mph, then return to Clawson Park by 9:30 and meet up with Barb's birthday ride. That ride will be 20 miles at a slower pace and include a rest stop at mile 24. We will drive the cars back to my pied-a-terre for a small picnic, birthday cake and beer. The link is for the first 12 miles. No drops.
Miles: 32
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/24/2018

B50 T3 Bob H's Three Bridges/Sergeantsville Ride on Sunday

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The weather for tomorrow looks more promising than today, so I thought I'd copy the route from Bob Hagerty's B ride that got cancelled today. Copying from the original post -- B ride starting at Three Bridges School and traveling through Neshanic, Ringoes, Sergeantsville while staying mostly on back roads. Only one long hill up Zion Rd. Rest stop in Sergeantsville. No drops, but you should be able to maintain a 14mph pace. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended. Rain will cancel.
Miles: 51
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/24/2018

C20 T2 Ringoes: Birthday Cake and Hot Dogs

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We will go out and back on country roads for the first 12 miles and then a rest stop in Ringoes. Those ready to go on will do an eight mile loop back to Ringoes and the cars. We will reconvene at our pied-a-terre for a small picnic, beer, and birthday cake (Barb's). We will average 12 mph, riders can just do the first 12 miles or the full 20 miles. Ideal for newer riders, bring your spouse. No drops.
Miles: 20
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/24/2018

B50 T3 Three Bridges/Sergeantsville *CANCELLED*

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B ride starting at Three Bridges School and traveling through Neshanic, Ringoes, Sergeantsville while staying mostly on back roads. Only one long hill up Zion Rd. Rest stop in Sergeantsville. No drops, but you should be able to maintain a 14mph pace. Helmets required.
Miles: 50
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/23/2018

C11 T1 Longest Day Ride *CANCELLED *

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Celebrate the Summer Solstice with an evening ride on the Columbia Trail up to Califon, and then return. 2 options for the ride to Califon, either stay on the trail, or divert to River road to ride through the Ken Lockwood Gorge. Either way, on arrival in Califon, we'll return back to High Bridge via the trail, and then go to Casa Maya for dinner. The club will provide beer and sangria. This will be a slow-paced social ride, but riders can ride at their own pace. Helmets and front/rear lights are required.
Miles: 11
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/23/2018

C50 T3 Ringoes, Lambertville, Frenchtown

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I plan on riding from Ringoes to Prallsville and join Jan's Frenchtown ride, then return to Ringoes. This will add about 26 miles for a total of 50 miles.
Miles: 50
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/22/2018

C 30 T2

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Readington, Neshanic and Amwell Valley.
Miles: 30
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/19/2018

C26 T2 Lone Eagle Road Ride

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C ride from Lone Eagle over to Neshanic and back. Fairly flat route. No drops, faster riders can go off the front if they wish. Helmets required. Bring hydration and snacks. Front/rear flashers recommended. Note 10:30 start time to allow us to meet up with the other routes at Lone Eagle at 1PM.
Miles: 26
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/17/2018

C38 T3 Lone Eagle Brewery Flemington

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Very scenic, with creek, canal, and river views. Bike country roads in Hunterdon and Bucks Co., through woods, on the canal path, over the covered bridge, through quaint villages, and visit a quirky store, , We will have a planned rest stop in Carversville, Bucks Co., PA. There are five gravel sections, so hybrid bikes are recommended. For those not so adventurous, there are easy paved detours around the gravel sections. We will finish up at the Brewery about 1 PM where we will meet the other club riders and enjoy a pint or two with our bike buddies. We will average around 13 mph, no drops. The ride can be shortened 5-7 miles for those who want.
Miles: 38
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/17/2018

B41 T4 Lone Eagle Ride

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Lone Eagle B ride for June. Head out from the brewery to Alexandria, Milford and Frenchtown before returning to reunite with the other rides at around 1 PM. The ride features some beautiful views of the Delaware valley. No drops, but you should be able to maintain a 14 mph pace. Faster riders can go off the front. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers are recommended.
Miles: 41
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/17/2018

D20 T2 Lone Eagle Ride

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Lone Eagle D Ride through Raritan and Delaware Townships. Helmets and sign-in required. Front/rear flashers highly recommended. Ensure to bring hydration and refuel snacks.We will meetup with the other riders at Lone Eagle for a pint (or two)!
Miles: 20
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/17/2018

C27 to Hogback and coffee

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Looks like a beautiful morning to ride. Heading to Pittstown up Hogback - stop at Brew 362 for coffee.No drops, but you should be able to maintain a 12 mph pace. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers are recommended.
Miles: 27
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/16/2018

B50 T3 Three Bridges/Sergeantsville

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B ride starting at Three Bridges School and staying on mostly back roads. Traveling through Neshanic, Ringoes, Sergeantsville. Only one long hill up Zion Rd. Rest stop in Ringoes. No drops, but you should be able to maintain a 14mph pace. Helmets required.
Miles: 50
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/16/2018

Round Valley Area

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Corner of Round Valley to Oldwick
Miles: 30
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/14/2018

C16 T2 Wednesday Night Ride'n'Dine

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-- UPDATE: it looks like the rain should hold off for the ride, but Mike and I will continue to monitor the weather and update as needed. --Join us for another edition of the Wednesday Night Ride-and-Dine series. This week will feature the 16-mile Flateau ride from Brunello's Trattoria.
Miles: 16
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/13/2018

CANCELLED...RAIN...C20 T2 Ringoes...Hot Dogs & Birthday Cake

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CANCELLED DUE TO PREDICTED RAIN....We will start at Clawson Park, 1053 Old York Rd., Ringoes, and ride through beautiful East Amwell and West Amwell townships. A rest stop at the Carousel Deli and Bakery is planned at mile 12. The deli is close to the starting point so if you have had enough, you can return to the cars. Those continuing on will do an 8 mile loop pack to Clawson Park. Some hills are on this ride to give us a chance to use our low gears, but they are fairly short hills, and we will re-group at the top of each. We will average about 12 mph, no one will be dropped. Those wanting more of a challenge can bike to the ride start, or ride off the front. At the end of the ride we will enjoy a small picnic at my pied-a-terre under the spreading maple tree.
Miles: 20
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/10/2018

C29 T3 Revenge of White Bridge Rd

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This is a chance for those of you who bravely climbed up White Bridge Road a couple of weeks ago to get revenge and go DOWN the hill. No drops, faster riders may go off the front. Bring snack and fluid. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended. Rain will cancel.
Miles: 29
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/9/2018

C23 V5 - WJW C23 CRC of A Ride

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One of Caryl's favorites: part of the Century Road Club of America's Race Course. No drops, but you should be able to maintain at least a 12-14 mph pace for this ride. Faster riders can go off the front. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended. Bring snacks & hydration. Rain will cancel, so check for late cancellation if rain is in forecast.
Miles: 23
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/9/2018

C31 T3 Ringoes

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We will meet at Clawson Park and make our way over the Sourlands to Hopewell with a stop about halfway at the Boro Bean.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/7/2018

C19 Wed Nite Ride N Dine

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Mike's out of town so Rowena and I are stepping up for the Ride N Dine. Leaving out of Maria Rosa Restaurant & Pizzeria. I think it's a BYOB if you want to bring a cooler. Easy paced ride down into Sergeantsville along some beautifully winding roads. Gradual climbs back up to Kingwood and down into Raritan again. Quick bite to eat afterwards. No drops. Helmets required. Front/rear lights recommended.
Miles: 19
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/6/2018

Miles for Matheny Rides

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Now in its 21st year, Miles for Matheny is an uplifting community event that raises funds and awareness for children, teens, and adults with developmental disabilities.Miles for Matheny brings together our patients, students, family, friends, and the community, for an exciting day of cycling, walking, friendship, and fun!Go to link for more information and to register.
Miles: 50
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/3/2018

New rider roundup

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Dust off that old bike and come out for our first new rider ride of the season. 16 miles, mostly flat at a "D" pace. Helmets and sign in required. Riders under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Miles: 16
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/3/2018

Readington Ramble

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Rolling ride in and around Readington Twp
Miles: 32
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/2/2018

Old Places, New Direction

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Amwell Valley, Sourlands and Ringoes
Miles: 32
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/30/2018

C16 T3 Wednesday Night Ride'n'Dine

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Back by popular demand...Let's start/end at the Kingwood Tavern for a 16.5-mile route and adjourn to the tavern for dinner and a pint (or two)!
Miles: 16.5
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/30/2018

B- 36 T3

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The idea here is to hit some of the roads we don't often ride for one reason or another, but there are some old favorites too. No drops, but you should be able to maintain at least a 14 mph pace for this ride. As always faster riders can go off the front. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended. Rain will cancel, so check for late cancellation if rain is in forecast.
Miles: 37
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/28/2018

Spring Time at Duke Farms

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Rolling hills along Raritan River, into the and around Duke Farms.RideWithGPS link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27561460
Miles: 30
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/26/2018

C25 T2 PrallsvilleMills

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We will meet at Prallsville Mills and ride Rt. 29 to Frenchtown and Maria's Bakery. The return trip is a choice between the flattish, downhill Rt. 29 or climbing up to the plateau, then down again and over the covered bridge. Those wanting a longer ride can start earlier at CVS in Lambertville and meet the group at 9 AM in Prallsville Mills. No drops. Faster riders can set their own pace.
Miles: 25
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/25/2018

C18 T2 Wednesday Ride'n'Dine

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It's time to resume the Wednesday Night Ride'n'Dine series of rides!This week, let's ride 18 miles into scenic Readington Township and adjourn to Buffalo Wild Wings to benefit the Avery's Hope foundation.
Miles: 18
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/23/2018

Lone Eagle B Ride

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B paced ride to Stockton and return in time for socialization at Lone Eagle. We will meet up with C and D riders at Lone Eagle, no later than 2:00 PM. If it rains we meet at Lone Eagle at 2 PM.
Miles: 29
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/20/2018

C26 T2 Lone Eagle C Ride

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C ride from Lone Eagle over to Neshanic and back. Fairly flat route. No drops, faster riders can go off the front if they wish. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended. Note 10:30 start time to allow us to meet up with the other routes at Lone Eagle at 2PM to brag about our exploits. In the event of rain, we'll just meet everyone at the brewery at 2PM.
Miles: 26
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/20/2018

D21 T2 Lone Eagle D Ride

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Come join us for a leisurely D-paced ride through scenic Delaware Township. Afterwards, we will meet with the C- and B-paced riders for a pint (or two) at Lone Eagle Brewing.
Miles: 21
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/20/2018

Spring Time at Duke Farms

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Pleasant ride to Duke Farms and loop inside the core grounds.
Miles: 29
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/19/2018

Old Places, New Direction - RESCHEDULED

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Amwell Valley through Ringoes
Miles: 32
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/16/2018

Hunterdon County Bike to Work Week 2018

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Bicyclists participate in the event by registering to bicycle to work one or more days during the week of May 14 through May 18. As an added incentive to commute to either a work site or a transit site, each ride to work or site serves as an entry into prize drawings held at the end of the event. For 2018, Encore Rides is offering a Grand Prize of a tour for 2 people (or 2 tours). There will be other prizes as well. Please visit our sponsor pages and support their efforts.
Miles: 0
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/14/2018

Spring Time at Duke Farms

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A ride to and through Duke Farms. Ride With GPS Link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27461255
Miles: 29
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/12/2018

C26 T1/3 Friday Frenchtown Ride

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Sorry for late posting, but weather for this weekend looks pretty miserable at this point, so if you can make it out on Friday come join us for an easy ride up Rt 29 to Maria's in Frenchtown. Two possible routes for return -- flat route stays on Rt 29 or hilly route onto Flateau. No drops. Riders can set their own pace up Rt 29. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 26
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/11/2018

V5 Women's Ride

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Join us for a casual road ride of 17 miles. Perfect for beginners and those just starting the season. Helmets, hydration, road bikes and flat changing kit required.
Miles: 17
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/5/2018

C36 T3 V5 to Hopewell

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Ride from V5 to Hopewell, stop at Boro Bean. No drops, faster riders can go off the front. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended. Rain will cancel, so check Saturday morning to make sure the ride is still on.
Miles: 36
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/5/2018

Oldwick Area

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Rolling ride
Miles: 30
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 5/2/2018

Kingwood not Flat Though

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A loop through Kingwood Twp. with a couple of climbs for fun. Note start location of Delaware Valley Regional High School - https://goo.gl/maps/mE9xetbqzNH2 - and Garmin Connect https://connect.garmin.com/modern/course/18182080
Miles: 31.3
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 4/29/2018

C 30 T2 Amwell Valley

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rolling ride to Amwell Valley
Miles: 30
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 4/24/2018

Fun on the Flateau

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Typical Flateau ride ascending Barton Hollow.Diana is sweeping ride at a C pace if interested. Bring snacks, water & helmet.
Miles: 29
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 4/22/2018

C27 T3 V5 to Quakertown

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Saturday morning C ride from V5. One significant climb up White Bridge Rd into Quakertown, otherwise just a bunch of rollers. No drops, faster riders can go off the front. Bring snack and fluid. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 29
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 4/21/2018

C29 T3 V5 to Prallsville Mills

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Weather looks promising for Saturday -- FINALLY!!! -- so dust off the bike and let's get out and ride. 10 AM start at V5 down to Prallsville Mills on the Delaware, and then return. No drops. Faster riders can go off the front. Bring snack and drink. Helmets and sign-in required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 29
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 4/14/2018

C32 T3 V5 to Whitehouse

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Weather for Saturday looks promising, so let's dust off the bikes and go for a ride. Note the later than usual start at 11 AM to allow temps to warm up a bit. No drop ride, faster riders may go off the front. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended (make sure to recharge). This ride will be posted to the Club Ride With GPS site. I will arrive early if anyone wants a quick tutorial on using RWGPS navigation on your phone.
Miles: 32
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 3/31/2018

C32 down to 26 T3 V5 to Whitehouse

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Piggybacking on Dan's ride but making it shorter and SLOWER! Anyone not quite ready can come out with me. I'll be averaging 11-12 MPH. Weather for Saturday looks promising, so let's dust off the bikes and go for a ride. Note the later than usual start at 11 AM to allow temps to warm up a bit. No drop ride, faster riders may go off the front. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended (make sure to recharge). This ride will be posted to the Club Ride With GPS site. Dan will be there early if anyone wants a quick tutorial on using RWGPS navigation on your phone.
Miles: 26
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 3/31/2018

Hell of Hunterdon

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For more information or to register, visithttps://www.bikereg.com/hell-of-hunterdon
Miles: 94
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 3/18/2018

Warm Weather Road Ride

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Warm weather is forecasted for this Wednesday, so lets get out and enjoy some May weather in February! Ride leaves at noon from Pickell Park to give any morning fog a chance to burn off. No drops. Bring food and liquid. One stop possible in Pottersville General Store. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 29
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 2/21/2018

T3 C35 Lunchtime Ride

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Sorry for the late posting, but just noticed the forecast for tomorrow of warm weather with no rain, so I'm posting a ride. Ride starts at V5, and taking the 'easy' route to the Plateau up Harmony School Road, over to Kingwood, and then down Barton Hollow. No drops. Bring fluid and a snack, but there is a store on the route. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 35
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 2/15/2018

First Road Ride of the Season!

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High temperature forecasted in the mid-50's should make for a decent day for the first club road ride of the season. The route is mostly flat with just a bunch of rollers, from V5 to Flagtown and then return. This will be a 'C' paced ride, no drops. Faster riders can go off the front if they wish. One stop at Donna's Deli in Flagtown (the BEST deli in Flagtown!!!). Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 28
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 1/27/2018

New Years Day Ride

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Come out and ride and clear the cobwebs from your late-night partying on New Years Eve for the Annual WJW New Years Day ride. This will be a low-pace, off-road ride on the D & R Canal on the Jersey and PA sides. This year we'll do something a little different than previous years ... we'll start start in Lambertville, cross over to PA and ride up to Lumberville, walk our bikes across the bridge to Bulls Island, and return. Off-road bikes only. The path on the PA side is a little rough and can be wet. Knobby tires are optimal, but you can probably get by with a hybrid. No narrow tires. There's no chance of getting lost, so cyclists can ride at their own pace. We'll stop at the halfway point at the Lumberville General Store to warm up if needed. The ride begins and ends at the parking area near the Holcombe Jimison Museum just north of Lambertville -- near the 202 bridge. This ride is 'weather permitting', so be sure to check for a late cancellation. Helmets required.
Miles: 14
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 1/1/2018

C31.3 T3 Ringoes & LUNCH

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We will ride along the top of the Sourland Mountains on low traffic country roads and enjoy a long downhill stretch to Neshanic. We will finish at the Carousel Deli in historic downtown Ringoes where we will buy lunch and enjoy telling lies about our riding prowess. No stores on the route so bring a snack for a rest stop around mile 15. Average of 56 ft. accent per mile.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 12/7/2017

C33 T3 from CVS Lambertville

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1600 ft of climb. Bring food and fluid for stop at 16 miles
Miles: 33
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 12/4/2017

C25 Last Minute Lunch Ride

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Need to get out on the bike, but haven't rode in a bit so it's up to the plateau for an easy 25 at a C pace. Bring helmets, hydration & snacks.
Miles: 25
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 12/4/2017

C32 T3 Ringoes to Carversville

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The address of the park is, 1053 Old York Rd., Ringoes. We will bike to Bulls Island, walk across the Delaware River and then bike a few miles to Carversville, PA and a country deli. The route goes through the one remaining covered bridge in NJ and follows some creeks on the way back. A beautiful route for a late fall day. We will average around 13 MPH, stop in Carversville for a snack, and regroup as necessary. No drops.
Miles: 32
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 12/1/2017

C34 T3 Pickell Park to Pottersville

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Temps should be in the 50's with sunshine, so it looks like a good day for a November ride. No drops. No shops on route so bring drink and a snack. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 34
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 11/21/2017

C32 T1-T3 Ride to Frenchtown

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Ride up to Frenchtown at your own pace. (If you're not aware, Rt 29 has been repaved and is very smooth for all but maybe the last mile south of Frenchtown.) Weather looks sunny, but will be on the cool side, so dress accordingly in layers. Will stop for coffee at Marias. 2 options for return: Flat route via Rt 29 or hillier route on the Plateau. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 32
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 11/17/2017

C26 T3 Clover Hill Loop

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Sunshine and light winds should make for a good riding day in November. No stores on route, so bring food and drink. No drops. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 26
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 11/15/2017

Harvest Ride

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Let's give thanks that we can ride our bikes through this beautiful county. Sign up on bikereg.com and the only fee is a donation of food for the local food pantry. Win-Win! Who's in?
Miles: 30
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 11/12/2017

C34 T3 V5 to Kingwood

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Sorry for late posting, but this is a chance to take in some fall foliage on the Flateau. Weather will be cool, so dress accordingly. There will be 1 stop at the Corner Store at approximately the halfway point. No drops, but it's expected that riders can maintain at least a C pace (13 mph avg). Faster riders can ride off the front. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 40
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 11/4/2017

C34 T3 Prallsville Mills to Frenchtown

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Ride up to Frenchtown on newly-repaved Rt 29. The planned route returns through PA, but riders have the option on returning to the start point on Rt 29. Will stop at Maria's at halfway point. No drops. Helmets required. Front/Rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 34
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 11/3/2017

CHANGED - D+22 T2 Lone Eagle Ride

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Change of Plans! Rain cancels all three rides tomorrow but we don't want to miss out on a social opportunity. All WJW Members are now invited to come out to Lone Eagle Brewery at 2pm for beers and conversation. There may even be a game or two mixed in. Come on out and join us!
Miles: 39
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/29/2017

C24 Columbia Trail / Ken Lockwood Gorge

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This is a combined club ride (WJW & CJBC) on the historic & scenic upper Columbia Trail to Long Valley Brewpub for lunch. Ride back on the lower Ken Lockwood Gorge Trail alongside the South Branch of the Raritan River. MTB or Hybrids recommended. Helmets required.
Miles: 24
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/28/2017

CANCELLED -Halloween Costumed Night Ride

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Calling all Witches, Vampires and Superheroes! Come out and enjoy a night ride on the trails. This family friendly ride will head out toward Bull's Island; we will walk across the bridge and head back to New Hope on the PA side. Mountain bikes, hybrids and cross bikes only please. Helmets, front and rear lights REQUIRED. Costumes optional but should not interfere with your vision or riding ability.
Miles: 13.5
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/26/2017

North of the Sourlands

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c32 t3 Comfortable rolling hills and great views.
Miles: 32
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/25/2017

Oktoberfest Ride

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A few of the Wheelmen are already registered. Come join in the fun!The 2017 Oktoberfest Ride will offer 2 routes. The routes feature quintessential bucolic scenery, and with luck, plenty of fall foliage. Following the ride, please join the festivities (food, beer, and door prizes) sponsored by the Appalachian Brewing Company.The Long (Standard) Course is ca 62 miles long with 4000' of climbing. The Short Course is ca 46 miles long with 2900' of climbing. Register by September 30, 2016 to receive a Customized Bib Number & an Oktoberfest Mug.
Miles: 62
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/22/2017

C34 T3 V5 to Stockton

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Ride from V5 through Ringoes to Stockton, return via the Plateau. Hopefully we'll be able to take in some fall foliage along the way. No drops, but it's assumed that riders can maintain a C pace (12-14). Faster riders may go off the front. Helmets required. Front/Rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 34
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/21/2017

B34 T3 Friday to Frenchtown return thru PA

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This ride will be in conjunction with Jan's ride from Prallsville Mills to Maria's in Frenchtown, and then return by crossing over to PA and doing some hills instead of returning on Rt 29. No drops, will wait on turns and after hills. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended.
Miles: 34
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/20/2017

C35 T3 Ringoes over the Sourlands to Hopewell

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A favorite and much requested destination to Hopewell and the Boro Bean. This new route is a little longer, keeps the favorite downhill, and explores the country roads in the Sourlands. A rest stop around mile 22 is planned in Hopewell.
Miles: 35
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/18/2017

C34 T2 V5 to Lambertville

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C ride from V5 to Lambertville. One stop at halfway point at CVS. No major hills, just some rollers. No drops, but it's assumed that riders can maintain a C pace (12-14) for the ride. Faster riders can go off the front. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended. NOTE START TIME OF 10 AM.
Miles: 34
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/14/2017

C31 T2 Summer Rd to Taylors Mill - UPDATED START TIME

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Will ride from Summer Road Park through Whitehouse up to Taylors Mill and then return. No stores on route, so bring something to eat and drink. No major hills, just a bunch of rollers. No drops, but riders are expected to be able to maintain a C pace (12-14). Faster riders may go off the front. Front/rear flashers recommended. Helmets required.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/12/2017

C35 T3 Ringoes over the Sourlands to Hopewell

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A favorite and much requested destination to Hopewell and the Boro Bean. This new route is a little longer, keeps the favorite downhill, and explores the country roads in the Sourlands. A rest stop around mile 22 is planned in Hopewell.
Miles: 35
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/11/2017

Saturday Morning C Ride

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23 miles in the beautiful Fall sunshine....hopefully. Faster riders can go off the front. If you cannot maintain a 12 - 14 mph average, please be advised that this is a drop ride as the leader has to get to work.
Miles: 23
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/7/2017

C34 T3 Saturday Morning C Ride

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This is for people who can't get out of bed in time for Caryl's early morning ride. A highlight will be a nice glide down the newly repaved Old Franklin Road (before they go and chip it).No Drops, but riders should be able to maintain at least a 12 mph pace for this ride. Faster riders may go off the front. Helmets required. Front/rear flashers recommended. One stop possible at The Corner Store on Rt 12.
Miles: 34
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/7/2017

C30 Sky Manor Coffee Ride

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Taking one of my favorite routes. Gonna be sunny & sixties & beautiful so no excuses. Planning a quick stop at Sky Manor Airport, (coffee) Bring hydration and snacks if you'd like as well. Keeping to a C pace (12-14mph), Helmet required.
Miles: 30
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/4/2017

C30 T3 Ringoes to Hopewell

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This ride will start at Clawson Memorial Park in Ringoes at 1055 Old York Rd, Ringoes. This is on Rt. 179 just past the Harvest Moon Restaurant. This new starting location has restrooms.We will go up and down the Sourlands on this popular ride. We will stop at the halfway point at the Boro Bean. No drops.
Miles: 30
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/3/2017

B-77 T4 Ride-a-Palooza

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This ride will follow the same route as the Hunterdon Hundred, but will break off and return to Brunellos at mile 76 and not do the final 24-mile loop on the Plateau. The ride starts on the Plateau, wraps around Round Valley, heads over to the Sourlands, and then back to the Plateau through Ringoes. Will aim for a pace of 14-15 mph. Faster riders can go off the front. This is a challenging ride with close to 5000 feet of climbing. It is a self-supported ride, so bring food, drink and cash to replenish supplies while on the route. No SAG available, so bring a spare tube and ability to pump up a tire. Be sure to print a cue sheet for yourself or download the route to a GPS device. Helmets are mandatory. Front and rear flashers are recommended.
Miles: 77
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/1/2017

B-100 T4 Ride-a-Palooza - Hunterdon 100

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This is the Hunterdon Hundred. The ride starts on the Plateau, wraps around Round Valley, heads over to the Sourlands, and then back to the Plateau through Ringoes. Will aim for a pace of 14-15 mph. Faster riders can go off the front. Riders have the option of breaking off at mile 76 to return to Brunellos. Otherwise, we'll follow the 24-mile loop to complete the Century. This is a challenging ride with 5000+ feet of climbing. It is a self-supported ride, so bring food, drink and cash to replenish supplies while on the route. No SAG available, so bring a spare tube and ability to pump up a tire. Be sure to print a cue sheet for yourself or download the route to a GPS device. Helmets are mandatory. Front and rear flashers are recommended.
Miles: 100
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/1/2017

C62 T2 Ride-A-Palooza

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This is the Flateau Century Metric ride at a C pace. If you want to ride off the front that is fine. It is a self-supported ride, so bring food, drink and cash to replenish supplies while on the route. Shell Station (Dunkin Donuts), Highland Gourmet and Baptistown Corner Store are en route. No SAG available, so bring a spare tube and ability to pump up a tire. Be sure to print a cue sheet for yourself or download the route to a GPS device. Helmets required.
Miles: 62
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/1/2017

C30 T2 Ride-a-Palooza

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This ride will start with the 30 mile group and at the halfway point head back to the start to make the ride about 20 miles. Bring ride food, water, and a spare tube as this is a self-supported ride with no SAG support. We will stop in Baptistown where we can replenish supplies. We will return to Brunellos around 2 PM for the pizza. No drops.
Miles: 30
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/1/2017

C40 T4 Ride-a-Palooza

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This ride follows the first 40 hilly miles of the metric century ride that will leave earlier in the day. The ride link is for the metric ride, but we will head back to Brunellos at mile 40. If you want to ride off the front that is fine. No one will be dropped, but you should be prepared for the challenge. It is a self-supported ride, so bring food, drink and cash to replenish supplies while on the route. No SAG available, so bring a spare tube and ability to pump up a tire. Be sure to print a cue sheet for yourself or download the route to a GPS device.
Miles: 40
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 10/1/2017

C25 T3 Lambertville (Sergeantsville, Ringoes)

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This ride starts at the Cyclo Cross event just outside of Lambertville. At the end of the ride we can enjoy the bike races, vendors and the beer tent. More event information is posted on the calendar. This is a little shorter ride so we can save ourselves for the club's Ride-a-Palooza on Sunday. Riders can shorten the ride a bit and miss the last three hilly miles. Club riders will meet where the event's driveway meets Route 179.
Miles: 25
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/30/2017

Fall Fritter Friday

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Two Ride options: Up and back on Rt 29 stopping at Cafe Maria's halfway (25 miles) OR Up Rt 29 and back through Kingwood: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/25680498 (30 miles) Group may split up depending on choice made for return trip. Bring helmets and hydration.
Miles: 25
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/29/2017

C58 T4 Ringoes to Whitehouse

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Challenging ride to Whitehouse. Bring snacks and 2 full bottles.
Miles: 58
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/28/2017

Observatory Hill from Cherryville

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Depart from Quinn residence. No drops and we'll regroup as necessary. Well stop for a view from the top of Observatory Hill in Voorhees State Park.
Miles: 29
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/27/2017

C 31 Covered Bridge Ride

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Taking the morning off to ride in this warmer weather while it's still here. Join me to loop from Flemington to Sergeantsville and back. One stop at Carousel Deli at MM20 to rest a minute & regroup.Helmets and hydration required.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/26/2017

Columbia Trail Recovery Ride to Pub

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Need a recovery ride after today's hills! Headed out to Long Valley via Columbia Trail. Stopping at Pub for a quick cup of coffee, beer or a bite and then heading back. Best for mountain or hybrid, but a road bike with thicker tires would work too.Bring helmet & hydration.
Miles: 23
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/24/2017

C37 T3 Lone Eagle Ride

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We'll piggy-back Dan's ride from Lone Eagle Brewing in Flemington (near Liberty Village), ride out through Pittstown, and return via the Plateau, planning to return around 1 PM to enjoy some refreshments with Dan's more challenging B ride that will finish around the same time. Helmets required. Front and rear flashers recommended. Bring snacks and hydration. No drops.
Miles: 37
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/23/2017

B-56 T4 Lone Eagle Ride

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We'll ride from Lone Eagle Brewing in Flemington (near Liberty Village), ride out to Milford, and return via the Plateau, planning to return around 1 PM to enjoy some refreshments after the ride. There will be another less challenging ride that will finish around the same time, and the plan is to all get together afterwards. Helmets required. Front and rear flashers recommended. UPDATED ROUTE: Apparently there's a big event in Milford scheduled for this weekend, so the route has been modified to bypass Milford.
Miles: 56
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/23/2017

C30 T3 Ringoes...Sourlands..LUNCH

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This ride will start at Clawson Memorial Park in Ringoes at 1055 Old York Rd, Ringoes. This is on Rt. 179 just past the Harvest Moon Restaurant. This new starting location has restrooms. At the end of the ride we will enjoy lunch (buy your own) at the quaint Carousel Deli in historic downtown Ringoes. We will climb to the top of the Sourlands on Long Hill Rd., transverse the top of the Sourlands and finish in time for lunch. NOTE that the start of the ride is a little different from the GPS route.
Miles: 30
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/20/2017

C31 T3 Ringoes, Birthday Ride

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An earlier RSVP rather than a later RSVP is appreciated so we can judge quantities. You've waited all year for this annual event. Enjoy birthday cake and beer under the spreading maple tree, and help me celebrate my 70th birthday. Bring a chair, it maybe needed.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/17/2017

CJBC C31 Ride to Plateau

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Central Jersey Bicycle Club invites WJW for a Scenic & secluded ride in Hunterdon County up on the "Plateau". Intial long slow hill up, then all flat, long downhill to finish. Start at V-5 Cycles bike shop, 140 Hwy 31, Flemington, NJ. Must Bring lunch. Call John 908-456-2075 for info
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/16/2017

Sandy Hook Seaside Spectacular

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This ride is intended for road bikes. The parking area is not on the WJW website map. It is located at a fork in the main road about 5 miles into the park and just before a row of buildings along the bayside called "Officer's Row." There is an old NIKE missle display nearby. There are usually cyclists parking there as well as picnicers. I can provide more detail if needed. Carpooling encouraged. Ride along NJ's northern shore. We'll visit Sandy Hook, Red Bank, Rumson, Long Branch vicinty and Carton's Brewery for a break. Views of the NYC and east over the ocean abd bay, Sandy Hook really has a wonderful bike route.
Miles: 40
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/16/2017

C31 T3 Ringoes, (Sourlands, Hopewell)

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We will start at my house and then cruise over the Sourlands for a stop at the Boro Bean in Hopewell. A favorite route.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/12/2017

New Rider Roundup

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Join us for an easy paced beginner/social ride. This time we will be doing an eight mile loop. We will be doing the loop twice for anyone looking to do the full 16. Helmets and sign in required. Riders under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Miles: 16
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/10/2017

C18 T1 Ride B4 the New Rider Roundup

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Linking two Rides this morning. Start with 18.8 miles on the Flateau. We will be back well before the Beginner Ride starting at 11AM. Then cool down with an 8.2 mile loop to make it a 27 mile ride. (Yes, I can do math!) The New Rider Ride will decide if there will be a second loop for whoever wants to go. Helmets required. Blinker lights advised. Bring water & snacks.
Miles: 18
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/10/2017

C33 T3 Ringoes (Stockton, Cider Mill Rd.)

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We will start at my pied-a-terre and enjoy some ice tea under the maple tree at the end of the ride. The the GPS route has a slightly different start location, but we will disregard that location and start at my house. Bring ride food and drinks as we will take a break at the covered bridge and enjoy the idyllic creek as it babbles over the picturesque river rocks. There is a bailout point to save about 10 miles. No drops.
Miles: 33
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/4/2017

Hell of the North

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25% off registration fee. Use code: wjw Hell of the North is a century, metric century or 30 mile road ride through the beautiful, yet hilly and challenging, Hunterdon and Warren Counties. No fundraising minimum is required and this event is 100 Miles, 100% to Charity and 100% Volunteer. V5 Cycles is sponsoring and running the event. Join us and help us to raise money and awareness for Avery's Hope. This organization helps children and their families who are living with rare gi diseases and whose insurance does not come close to covering their expenses. Ride, volunteer, donate. Thanks in advance.
Miles: 100
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/3/2017

C31 T3 Ringoes, around the Sourlands

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We will leave from my pied-a-terre and ride up and around the Sourlands. Several roads will be done in the opposite direction of the usual routes. An ice cream rest stop (other stuff is available) is planned at the mid-point. No drops. Stay after the ride for iced tea under the spreading maple tree.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 9/1/2017

C14 T1 Wednesday Night Ride and Dine

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The Wednesday Night Ride and Dine returns with a new route! Mike and I have heard great things about the Kingwood Tavern. Soooo, let's get-in a 14-miler and adjourn for dinner and drinks!Kingwood Tavern650 County Road 519Frenchtown, NJ 08825
Miles: 14
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/30/2017

C31 T3 Ringoes, around the Sourlands

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We will leave from my pied-a-terre and ride up and around the Sourlands. Several roads will be done in the opposite direction of the usual routes. An ice cream rest stop (other stuff is available) is planned at the mid-point. No drops. Stay after the ride for iced tea under the spreading maple tree.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/29/2017

C40 V5 to Frenchtown

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Flemington (V5) we pedal to Frenchtown and back. 40 miles/2165 ft elevation gain. bring helmet/hydration/food. Planned stop at mile 24 (Maria's Frenchtown)
Miles: 40
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/27/2017

B 50 T3 - Tinicum Tailwind

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We will assemble at Tinicum Park, near Erwinna, PA. Directions: From Frenchtown, take the bridge west over the Delaware River to PA. Turn left (south) on SR 32/River Road. After 1.3 miles, turn right into Tinicum Park (sign). Pass the big red barn on the left, then turn left into the gravel parking area. We will cycle out of the park and follow Swamp Creek up to the plateau west of Black Eddy. Miles of quiet country roads await us as we snake our way through the dense forests around Ringing Rocks Park and the State Game Lands. The views will open up west of SR 611 as we ride through miles of scenic valleys and rolling farmland. Plumsteadville and Hinkletown will be passed through on the return leg before we cross the second of two covered bridges on the route. Rolling terrain typical of Bucks County will be encountered most of the day. Two commercial water/rest stops are planned. Bring your helmet, filled water bottles, a little cash, and flat-changing accessories so you can enjoy some great cycling in the beautiful PA countryside.
Miles: 50
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/27/2017

C32 Early Ride through Readington

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This will be an easy paced ride, with no serious climbs, just a bunch of rollers.No drops. Helmets required. No stores on the route, so bring fluid and a bite to eat.
Miles: 32
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/26/2017

C30 T4 Milford--HILLY

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NOTE: We are starting in Milford in the parking lot behind the old train station/bakery (now closed). The linked route starts elsewhere, but we are starting today in Milford. This ride starts off flat and then goes over three challenging hills. We will be rewarded with spectacular scenery and some nice down hills. There are no stores on this route, so come prepared. There are two planned stops overlooking an idyllic creek. We will regroup at the top of the hills and as necessary throughout the ride. NO DROPS.
Miles: 30
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/26/2017

T1/T4 C32 Friday to Frenchtown

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We'll ride up from Prallsville Mills up to Frenchtown along Rt 29 and stop at Marias . There are 2 options for the return trip: T1 - do an about face and follow Rt 29. T4 - go inland on the Jersey side with climbs up Fairview and Stimples Mill. Helmets required. Front and rear flashers are strongly recommended. No drops.
Miles: 32
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/25/2017

C31 T3 Ringoes, (Sourlands, Hopewell)

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The ever popular Ringoes to Hopewell ride. We will stop at the Boro Bean in Hopewell, the halfway point. We will climb the Sourlands, both going and coming so bring you climbing gears. We will start at my pied-a-terre, and finish with some ice tea under the spreading maple tree.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/23/2017

C-32-T3- To the Sourlands

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South to west shoulder of Sourlands around Ringoes and return.
Miles: 32
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/19/2017

C29 Caryl's V5 Hilly Ride to Hopewell

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Caryl can't make this one, so I volunteered to lead a V5 ride up and over Lindbergh. We'll be beating the predicted heat with an early start time. Stopping at Boro Bean in Hopewell before heading back. Easy 12-14mph pace - No drops. Bring helmets and hydration.
Miles: 29
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/19/2017

C36 V5 to Longhorns

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Harmony School is the climb. We get over with it in the beginning of the ride. :) Nice paced ride out to Sergeantsville (General Store stop halfway) then we'll see if the Longhorns are out on Lambert Rd (pic) before heading back. No drops. Helmets required. Bring water & snacks if you don't want anything in Sergeantsville.
Miles: 36
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/16/2017

T4 B-36 Sunday Morning B ride

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We'll ride up Rockaway Rd, then over the hill to Califon. 1 stop at BEX eatery. 2200+ feet of climbing. We'll aim for a 14-15 pace. Bring food and fluid. No drops, will wait at turns and on top of hills. Faster riders can go off the front. Helmet and signin required.
Miles: 36
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/13/2017

Let's Ride on Saturday

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Pleasant ride in the Raritan River Valley.
Miles: 32
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/12/2017

Friday to Frenchtown - Hilly return

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The plan is to begin with Jan's ride from Lambertville or the Mill up Rt 29 to Marias in Frenchtown. This is an alternate return to the Mill that includes a couple of hills on the Jersey side. Start time is estimated. Helmets required. No drops.
Miles: 15
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/11/2017

Summer Road to Round Valley

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Nice gentle ride on familiar roads. All club rules apply.
Miles: 36
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/9/2017

C16 T1 New Rider Roundup

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Our monthly new rider roundup where we welcome new riders interested in joining the club for a leisurely 16-mile route on the flateau.
Miles: 16.3
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/6/2017

Caryl's Better Late than Never Birthday Ride

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WJW Flateau Metric. Road bike, helmet, hydration, nutrition, flat changing stuff and $$ if you want to get a snack at Sky Cafe.
Miles: 62
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/6/2017

C+32 T3 V5 to Readington - Wait out the rain

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Sorry for the late posting, wanted to wait to check the weather. NOTE THE UNUSUAL START TIME OF 9:30. Hopefully the rain will be gone and roads will be drying out by the time we start. We'll ride up to Readington, and then return through Centerville. This is being posted as a C+ ride, but there will be no drops. Pace of the ride will be adjusted based on the riders that attend. Faster riders can go off the front. Helmets and sign-in required. No stores, so bring food and drink.
Miles: 32
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/5/2017

C38 T4 Prallsville - BACK ON!!!

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Up 29 stopping at Maria's. Then return via PA
Miles: 38
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/4/2017

C31 T3 Ringoes, (Sourlands, Hopewell)

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We will start at my pied-a-terre and climb the Sourlands and then coast (sort of) down to Hopewell where we will take a refreshment break at the Boro Bean. Another climb over the Sourlands will get us back to Ringoes in time for an afternoon nap. No drops, remember your nutrition and hydration.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 8/1/2017

C-paced road ride, 31 miles, this Sunday

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Mellow C-paced ride this Sunday at 10:00. It's not supposed to be that hot that day, so my late-ish start time should be fine from that perspective. No drops. Helmets required.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/30/2017

V5 to Stockton 30

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Moderately paced ride to Prallsville Mills. No drops. We will re-group at various points along the way. The weather forecast says it should be dry. Helmets and sign-in required.
Miles: 30
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/22/2017

C31 or 62 Flateau Century Redeux

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Piggy-backing Caryl's V5 Ride. :) The roads are still marked from the Western Jersey Wheelmen's Flateau rides this past weekend. Let's go out and ride the 31 miles! Anyone who wants to do the 62 can certainly follow the arrows. Remember helmet, hydration, flat changing stuff and $$ for a quick snack if we need to.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/22/2017

C24 T2 Wednesday Night Ride'n'Dine

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The Wednesday night ride-n-dine returns this Wednesday, July 19 with a different route, the 24.5-mile inner flateau. And as per tradition, we can adjourn to Brunello for pizza and beer after the ride!
Miles: 24.5
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/19/2017

C40 T4

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Trying to squeeze this one in before the rain. Short stop at 20 miles. Bring food.
Miles: 40
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/17/2017

WJW Flateau Century

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The Flateau Century is one of the Western Jersey Wheelmen Recreational Bike Club's annual events, offering a century, metric century and 30 mile ride through beautiful Hunterdon County. This ride is fully supported offering SAG, Tech support, nutrition and hydration and even pizza and beer after the ride is over.This, year, we are expanding our fundraising efforts to include four Food Pantries in Hunterdon County: Fisherman's Mark, Lambertville; Flemington Food Pantry, Flemington; Star Fish Food Pantry, Whitehouse and Open Cupboard, High Bridge. More information about the history of the ride and details about the event can be found by clicking the event registration link at the bottom of this message.NOTE: SPECIAL PRICING IS AVAILABLE FOR WJW MEMBERS WHO REGISTER FOR 2017! Email me (diana@harttma.com) for special promo code!Register HERE: https://www.bikereg.com/wjw-flateau-century
Miles: 100
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/16/2017

C31 T3 Ringoes, (Sourlands, Hopewell)

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We will start at my pied-a-terre and climb up Gulick Rd. We will head west on top of the Sourlands to Spring Hill Rd. and descend into Hopewell where we will have a rest stop at the halfway point. Then, up and over the Sourlands as we head back to Ringoes.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/12/2017

Flateau Century Test Run - 2nd half

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We'll ride up Harmony School Rd and join the route at approximately mile 65 and then ride the rest of the Full Century route and should wind up being approx 40-45 miles. We'll ride at a touring pace. No drops. Sign-in and helmet required. Bring food and fluid.
Miles: 45
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/11/2017

Bastille Day Store Ride

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The official Randonee has been canceled, but V5 Cycles will be offering this ride as a store ride. All levels are welcome, but this is an unofficial ride and you will be on your own; although, we will all start out together at 8 a.m.The 2017 Long Course starts and finishes at V5 Cycles in Flemington, and is ca 131 km (82 miles) long with 5250’ of climbing (according to RideWithGPS). The ride is on paved roads (no dirt or gravel). This ride starts at 8:00 AMThe 2017 Short Course also starts and finishes at V5 Cycles in Flemington, and is ca 64 km (40 miles) long with 2150' of climbing (according to RideWithGPS). The ride is on paved roads (no dirt or gravel).  It is a subset of the long course; it splits off at Bagelsmith in Hampton, NJ, and while it isn’t easy, it skips the major climbs of the long course.   This is a ride, and not a race, and the roads are open to normal vehicular traffic, so you are expected to obey all rules of the road. Use of GPS is highly recommended, since quite a few turns do not have street signs. For best navigation, we suggest use of GPS in conjunction with the Official Cue Sheets, this way you will get relevant course notes and store locations.
Miles: 81
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/9/2017

T3 B-65 Distance Training Ride

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This will be a good opportunity for an extended ride to prepare for upcoming distance events like the Flateau Century. We'll ride the first 60 miles of the full Century route, and then break off and head back to the start. Total distance will be roughly 65 miles. We'll aim to do a 'touring' pace, about 15 average on the plateau. No drops. Bring food and drink. Stops are available at local stores. Helmets required.
Miles: 65
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/6/2017

C23 T2 Wednesday Night Ride'n'Dine

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The Wednesday Night Ride'n'Dine has returned!Let's ride the 23-mile loop, then adjourn to Brunello for dinner.Helmets and sign-in required. No drops.
Miles: 23
Terrain: T2: Rolling terrain
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/5/2017

C65 T4 LambertvilleCVS

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Long hilly ride, 3300ft of climb, preparing for Bon Ton, week long ride in Finger Lakes
Miles: 65
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/4/2017

C37 T4 Frenchtown-Carpentersville

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From Frenchtown we will ride to Milford and then along the Delaware River for 12 fairly flat miles. We will then hit two challenging climbs as we turn east away from the river. Riders will retrace the route for the last 10 miles along the Delaware. A rest stop overlooking an idyllic creek is planned around midpoint. There are no stores on this route so bring plenty of hydration and snacks.
Miles: 37
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/2/2017

New Rider Roundup

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Time to dust off the old bike that you've been meaning to ride. This monthly event is open to new and experienced riders. It is open to members as well as non members. Easy "D" paced ride with no drops. Two leaders will go over rider etiquette and safety before the ride. Helmets and signature on waiver are required. Riders under 18 must be accompanied by a guardian.
Miles: 16
Terrain: T1: Mostly flat, occasional rolling hills
Speed: D: less than 12 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/2/2017

C28 T3 Ringoes, Barb's Birthday Ride

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Help Barb celebrate her 70th birthday with Bikes, Beer, Hot Dogs, a ride around Ringoes, and then along the top of the Sourlands. After the ride we will enjoy a picnic under our spreading maple tree (bring a chair if you can). Bring some ride food and a drink for our rest stop about halfway. Those who want can avoid the Lindberg Rd. hill and cut the ride a few miles shorter. There are no drops but you should be able average around 13 mph.
Miles: 28
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 7/1/2017

C33 T3 CVS Lambertville

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Ride up to Frenchtown, stop at Maria's, cross over to PA, and climb some hills to cross back over the pedestrian bridge at Bulls Island. Start from CVS at 9 or Prallsville Mill at 9:30.
Miles: 33
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/30/2017

Amwell Valley

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To Neshanic to Ringoes and return. Comfortable ride.
Miles: 31
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/28/2017

New & Not So New Members

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Invite your S.O. for a leisurely out and back ride along the Delaware River. This paved route, with few autos, is designed for new and old members looking for a fairly casual ride. There is a hill, but we will regroup at the top. No one is dropped. Bring hydration and a snack since there are no stores along the route. At the halfway point, will take a break overlooking an idyllic creek. The bakery in Milford will be calling our names at the end of the ride.
Miles: 20
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/25/2017

CANCELED due to PREDICTED RAIN C 28 T3 Ringoes Barb's Birthday Ride

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Help Barb celebrate her 70th birthday with Bikes, Beer, and Hot Dogs. We will start in Ringoes at our Pied-a-Terre with a 10 mile ride at a leisurely pace. This will be followed by an 18 mile loop with some hills. Those wanting a shorter ride can just do the first 10, fairly flat, miles. After the ride everyone is invited to stay for hot dogs and beer under our spreading maple tree. Please RSVP (ASAP) so that we can plan the food and so on. There are no drops, the first 10 miles will average under 13 mph and the 18 mile loop will average over 13 mph.
Miles: 28
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/24/2017

CANCELLED - B-Ride to Barbs Birthday

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We'll do a 39-mile B ride from Kurt & Barbara's and arrive in time to join the Birthday festivities at the Grabfelders. A couple of climbs over the Sourlands and 1 stop in Hopewell for coffee. We'll aim for a 15 mpg average. Helmets required. No drops, we'll wait at turns and after climbs. Please RSVP early so plans can be made for the number of expected guests.
Miles: 39
Terrain: T4: More than one substantial climb or one very difficult/steep climb
Speed: B: 14-16 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/24/2017

Up and Around Oldwick

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Up through Readington, through Oldwick and back.
Miles: 32
Terrain: T3: Rolling terrain with one substantial climb
Speed: C: 12-14 average MPH.
Last Traveled On: 6/20/2017

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Diana Davis:

I LOVE riding in Hunterdon County! The plateau in Kingwood to the rolling hills in Readington. Sometimes a challenge, but always beautiful scenery!

Kurt Grabfelder:

I appreciate being a club member because it makes it much easier to get riders together for a group ride.  Riding with a group is safer and, I think, it brings out the best effort in you.  I like associating with like minded people who are interested in biking, fitness and nutrition.

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