Registration closes on Wednesday, Jun 6 at 11:59 pm.
Tour one of the nation's most scenic and historic areas on 12, 25, 35, 50, 65 or 100-mile bicycle routes. Rides for all abilities, great food, ample rest stops, SAG support, Expo and more. Maps, cue sheets, Garmin files, and fully marked roads. Benefits safe cycling education and local volunteer emergency squads. Start point (See below).
"This is the best organized group ride in New Jersey..."
".. it's a great event over beautiful routes with enthusiastic volunteers" - Rick McP
Event details and schedule
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Drew University, 36 Madison Ave. (Route 124) Madison, NJ 07940. You can also hop a NJ Transit train to Convent or Morristown Stations and cycle over.
Rides for all abilities. Scenic historic routes, rest stops and refreshments. Post-ride food and Expo. A great chance to tour our area's incredible history … to show that bicycles belong— for recreation, transportation and health… and to raise money for cycling safety education and the local volunteer emergency squads vital to riders and our community.
Organized by the Morris Area Freewheelers Foundation. Presented by Atlantic Ambulance Corp. Supported by local cycle shops and other area merchants.
12-mile Family & Casual Tour
For newer cyclists and families. Join us for a fun “ride in the park” and on local roads. Our “Ponies, Puppies and Parks” Family & Casual Tour lead by experienced tour leaders will coach you en route and introduce you to the nature and history in our area. We’ll follow part of Patriot’s Path and ride along a one-time trolley line. We’ll stop at St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center a nationally renowned American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Seaton Hackney Stables a county riding facility that offers programs for all ages and skills.
25-mile and 35-mile tour
On flat to rolling terrain with a few climbs through some of the most historic areas out New Vernon and Basking Ridge way. See the Great Swamp and enjoy mid-tour rest stops.
50-mile and 65-mile tour
For more experienced riders, to Far Hills and beyond, with scenic roads, some challenging climbs and plenty of rest stops, including the Jockey Hollow area of the Morristown National Historical Park where the Continental Army spent the worst winter of the Revolution.
For experienced and fit riders, with tours through Jockey Hollow, then on to Far Hills, Round Valley and beyond, with scenic climbs, spectacular descents and fast flats. Plenty of rest stops.
Ramble Summary Information
- The Ramble rides rain or shine!
- Helmets required for all riders - no exceptions.
- No headphones or cell phones while riding.
- Each rider must register separately.
- Riders under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
- Rear bike seats or trailers allowed only on the 10 mile ride.
- Children 12 and under "accompanied by a parent or guardian" - are only eligible for the 12 mile family ride.
- No youth tricycles or training wheeled bicycles allowed.
- The Tour is for cyclists only.
- Check-in Open 6:30 – 11 a.m.
- See http://www.rambleride.org/rides for ride start times.
- See http://rambleride.org/safety_tips for safety rules and tips.
- All riders must finish by 4 pm.
- Registration fees are non-refundable. You may transfer your registration to a rider who hasn’t registered yet for an additional $15 fee.
Morris Area Freewheelers Foundation