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Ride Schedule

If you have arrived at this page, you are probably asking yourself "what kinds of rides does BTCNJ offer?" Before going further, become familiar with our Ride Categories and our Guidelines for Group Rides. Then feel free to browse our current schedule below and try one or two rides before you join. Please call or email the ride leader in advance to get the start location. All rides leave 15 minutes after the listed start time, unless otherwise noted.

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Monday, April 23

  • 9:15am
  • B*
  • 55 miles, Leaderless
  • Shakespeare's birthday ride
Join me as I celebrate Shakespeare's 454th birthday and reflect upon the fact that he had been dead for 7 years at my age and I haven't yet written a single play. Weather.com predicts full sun with a high of 64º, a perfect day to pause with me at the park in Parsippany, where I may recite sonnets or speeches from Shakespeare if not physically restrained. This will be a low-to moderately-paced B* ride. No one will be dropped. https://ridewithgps.com/routes/22202774 Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling 26-45
  • 10:45am
  • B
  • 42 miles, Leader: Robert Miller
  • 201-888-8261
  • wood dale park to nyack scenic ride
We'll ride up into Rockland County and ride around the congers lake boardwalk and then head over to rockland lake and ride down by the river to nyack beach state park. We'll likely make a refreshment break in Nyack at Didier's or possibly wait until Closter and hit la Tabatiere. Only real climb is the road from the river trail up to N. Broadway in Nyack. https://ridewithgps.com/routes/26856232 Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling 26-45
  • 5:30pm
  • B
  • 12 miles, Leader: Cory M
  • 786-557-9429
  • Woodland Park Climbs
"1 Hour Climbs" || Woodland Park: Come join me for an evening of climbs. Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27146161 || Warm up with 2-3 laps at Garret Mountain. Regroup. Leave the park. Take Rifle Camp Rd to the Lackawanna loop around. Slight RIGHT on Mt. Pleasant. RIGHT to our first of TWO climbs, Overmount drive. Regroup. Then turn left on Rifle Camp downhill. Right on New st as we approach our final climbing effort. Right on DIXON AVE (10% avg) Regroup back at the Auto Overlook. Note: PLEASE SIGN UP YES TO CONFIRM. Ride will not go in rain or WET roads. Terrain: Very hilly 76-100
  • 5:15pm
  • C*
  • 22 miles, Leader: Leslie Felsen
  • 201-445-7306
  • Stress Reduction Ride
Our Monday evening rides are starting 4/23. Come join us for a roll through Oakland, Lincoln Park, Pompton Lakes...Hopefully the weather will be warm enough that we are all comfortable. Looking forward to riding with you. For questions call or text: Leslie 201-988-4229 or Amy 973-714-0470Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25
  • 9:15am
  • C*
  • 20 miles, Leader: Sharon Hurwich
  • 201-981-7055
  • Cherry Blossom Ride
Riding to see the cherry blossoms in Branch Brook Park and then around a bit of Montclair. Bring drinks and snacks. No food stop until the end of the ride. No cue sheet but no one will be dropped. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling 26-45

Tuesday, April 24

Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55 real easy the tuesday night ride. will head north on wsrr to cherry lane over 59 into spookrock do the climb, do the down hill and head home. this is a drop ride, its also a smart ride we have some really good bike handlers on tuesday.so lets be safe and enjoy the ride,lights good idea,if you never done a tuesday ride,and are thinking about it dont be discouraged yes its fast and yes will get dropped,but its the only way to inprove your skills.thank you hope to see some new faces .
  • 5:30pm
  • B*
  • 25 miles, Leader: Ken Devitt
  • 973-615-4161
  • The Return of Charlie Hall to the Tuesday pm Ice Cream Circuit
Don't miss this opportunity to welcome back Charlie Hall to our weekly ice cream ride circuit. This will be a flat low pace (speed limit enforced :) ride with plently of wheels to draft. Assemble 5:30, wheels role at 5:45. Route will wander towards Sand Road and out through Pine Brook. Group pace will be adjusted to be "no drop" ride. (If you like to hammer ahead, please select a different ride, and join us later in May :).: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling 26-45
Follow the tandem to the Swiss Chalet for lunch and/or their fabulous pastries and complimentary coffee, plus, of course, the laughter we garnish it with. A few gentle hills. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling 26-45
  • 4:45pm
  • B
  • 18-35 miles, Leader: Paul Kellner
  • 201-446-0881
  • Park Repeats
Ride starts 5 Sharp. Sign up or text me if you're coming, may roll earlier otherwise. Ride from ross dock to the the park entrance then back to ranger station climb.We'll repeat as daylight allows. We will regroup at the top of major climbs. No cue sheet. Front and Rear Lights are mandatory. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Mountainous 100+Terrain: Very hilly 76-100
The season is here again! Take the blanket off your bike, if you haven't yet, and let's have fun together. Ride leaders will help you learn group riding skills as well as safety while enjoying the lovely surroundings this Spring as we venture into varied routes through May. Our pace will vary depending on the route and usually 14-15 mph. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling to Moderately hilly 26-55
  • 10:00am
  • C*
  • 39 miles, Leader: Joan Brickman
  • 973-728-5986
  • The Third time a Charm?
Trying again and so far, no rain. Pleasant, flat ride to Montville and back. Rest stop at mile 22. Since this is a flat ride, pace will be a high C* as per club guidelines. No option to add the cue sheet Questions? Call my cell: 862-377-1626 Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25
  • 10:15am
  • C*
  • 19 miles, Leader: Renie Gaddi
  • 201-805-9398
  • Cherry Blosson
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling 26-45. Lets try it again this week. Join me on a ride to Branch Brook Park to see the cherry blossoms. Meet at the stone wall. The Club Account RWGPS is https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27227124

Wednesday, April 25

  • 5:45pm
  • A
  • 25 miles, Leader: Joseph Rizzuto
  • 201-481-0805
  • wednesday night BYOB A Ride.
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55 so this week will head north onto WSRR to the end. will turn right and do christmas hill rd, will turn into monsey and do the down hill turn right onto ESRR head stright to paramus rd to century rd turn right. back light is a really good idea,safe ride guys, thank you .
Filling in for Richard we will do the traditional Wednesday night ride up to Hillside and back. Please bring front and rear lights. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling 26-45
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling 26-45 The longest running Wednesday night B ride from the Fairlawn Recycling Center has returned! Since Alan cannot make it this week, join Oscar and Rosemary for a jaunt around Bergen County on relatively quiet roads. It's early in the season so we'll be starting off at a slow B pace till we get our legs back. Join us after the ride for dinner at Turvino's with the other groups. PS. This is a no cue sheet ride. But we have a sweep and no one will be dropped.
  • 10:15am
  • C*
  • 35+/- miles, Leader: Peter Bellin
  • 845-357-8941
  • Airmont/Airmount
Challenging ride for strong C* or B riders. 2000+/- ft of climbing. Rest stop/possible deli stop. Ride leader believes in human rights like not being dropped. No go if temp at start of ride is below 35. Sign up to receive notice of changes or cancellation. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55

Thursday, April 26

  • 9:30am
  • B
  • 40-50 miles, Leader: Ralph Pantuso
  • 201-819-9753
  • Thursday Morning Social: 2018
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55 Come and be part of the Thursday Morning Social rides for the 2018 season. As always the ride will be a fun filled, leisurely paced B ride. Route to be determined day of the ride. Lunch stop but no cue sheets. Newcomers welcome. Please note: the ride leader promises that as long as a true "B" pace (13.0 to 14.9 mph) can be kept by a rider then NO ONE will be dropped. Remember that the TMS (Thursday Morning Social) ride is the longest running weekday morning ride in the BTCNJ.
  • 5:15pm
  • C*
  • 21 miles, Leader: Michael Kerlen
  • 201-562-8975
  • Ramsey Ramble Revisited
This route goes through Wyckoff, North Haledon, Franklin Lakes, Mahwah and Ramsey. https://ridewithgps.com/trips/17375316 Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55

Friday, April 27

  • 10:00am
  • C
  • 20 miles, Leader: Steve Firth
  • 973-570-7490
  • Oakland to Lincoln Park
NOTE START LOCATION IS GREAT OAK PARK. We'll do our regular ride out to Lincoln Park with an optional lunch stop near the end at the Ice Cream Station. Causal paced fun ride. Hope you can join us.Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25

Sunday, April 29

  • 8:30am
  • B
  • 36 miles, Leader: Sharon Hurwich
  • 201-981-7055
  • Tour de Summer Camps
NOTE: Start is at the College of Saint Elizabeth, 2 Convent Road, Morristown. This is a fundraiser for UJA Metrowest New Jersey Summer Camp Scholarship Fund. You must register through tourdesummercampsnj.org. Choose "Team Sharon" for the 36 mile ride. Food and drink provided on the ride; barbecue lunch at the end of the ride. Encourage your family and friends to donate to this worthwhile cause. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55Terrain: Rolling 26-45
  • 9:00am
  • B
  • 55 miles, Leader: Ralph Pantuso
  • 201-819-9753
  • Arden Valley Training Ride #3 - Mahwah to Titanic Deli in Congers
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55 This is the third of the eleven training rides for the upcoming Arden Valley ride (Saturday August 4th - please see ride schedule for complete details). For our third 2018 Arden Valley Training Ride we will do a challenging ride from Mahwah to the Titanic Deli in Congers, NY, returning via Park Ridge and some nice climbs. https://ridewithgps.com/routes/21334699

Tuesday, May 1

  • 5:30pm
  • B*
  • 30ish miles, Leader: Ken Devitt
  • 973-615-4161
  • Tuesday pm Ice Cream Ride
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55
The season is here again! Take the blanket off your bike, if you haven't yet, and let's have fun together. Ride leaders will help you learn group riding skills as well as safety while enjoying the lovely surroundings this Spring as we venture into varied routes through May. Our pace will vary depending on the route and usually 14-15 mph. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling to Moderately hilly 26-55
  • 6:15pm
  • B
  • 15-25 miles, Leader: Bob Reich
  • 973-633-0493
  • Bob’s Basic B
Join me for an after work ride in eastern Morris County on lightly traveled roads over a variety of terrain from flat to rolling and occasionally on some days a hill or two. Rides feature long stretches between turns and a minimal number of traffic lights. Each week’s ride follows a different route. Cue sheets are usually available. Note: Ride will not go in rain but will go on drying roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25

Wednesday, May 2

  • 6:00pm
  • B
  • 20-30 miles, Leader: Alan Scherl
  • 914-246-0015
  • BYOB
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25 A Wednesday night tradition returns for the ? season. Bring your bike to ride and bring the bottle for dinner afterwards. We're starting off slow and will increase the pace as the season progresses. The routes will be mostly flat with an occasional short climb. There are no cue sheets but there is a sweep and no one will be dropped. After the ride, we head to Turvino's Pizza to dine with our friends doing the C, C*, B*, and A rides. Ride length and route varies based on weather and daylight.

Thursday, May 3

  • 6:15pm
  • C*
  • 15-25 miles, Leader: Bob Reich
  • 973-633-0493
  • An Evening Ride
Join me for an after work ride in eastern Morris County on lightly traveled roads over a variety of terrain from flat to rolling. Rides feature long stretches between turns and a minimal number of traffic lights. Cue sheets are available. Different route each week. Note: Ride will not go in rain but will go on drying roads Terrain: Flat 0-25

Friday, May 4

  • 9:15am
  • All
  • 30 miles, Leader: Alain Chahine
  • 908-512-2623
  • Ride to the Bike Expo
Let's ride to the Bike Expo. Some of us "sane" enough choose not to ride the 5-Boro Bike Tour. Let's take the sane method and visit the Bike Expo. This year, it moved to Brooklyn's Pier 12. Make sure you bring money for the ferry crossing as well as possible bike-related shopping at the expo. Bring a bike lock (just in case). This is an urban ride that may take all day (back by 4:00 PM). Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25

Saturday, May 5

If you are Riding the GFNY or training for the Longest Day, or just ready for you first Century ride of 2018 please join Stan and I as we take on the 34th Annual Farmlands Tour. Meet at 7:30 clip in pedal at 7:45. Link for information and registration http://www.cjbc.org/ Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling 26-45
  • 7:30am
  • B*
  • 100 miles, Leader: Rob Singer
  • 973-662-0476
  • Farmlands Tour
This is a ride the Central Jersey Bike Club holds each year which attracts many riders from our club. Join us in doing our 1st century this year. Speed on the flat terrain can reach A level at times. For everyone's safety, Paceline & Drafting skills are required. Register fee on the Day of Ride is $45. Meet on road in front of the registration area for a 7:45 Departure. Start Location Address: Brookdale Community College, 765 Newman Springs Rd, Lincroft, NJ 07738. Ride will not go in rain or wet roads.
  • 10:30am
  • C*
  • 41 miles, Leader: Carver Washburn
  • 973-694-3336
  • Quiet Roads to W. Milford
Note: Deli stop. GPS Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/7227262 On of day of ride, call my cell phone (973) 981-4039. Note: Ride will not go in rain, wet roads, ice, snow or high winds Terrain: Hilly 56-75

Tuesday, May 8

  • 5:30pm
  • B*
  • 30ish miles, Leader: Ken Devitt
  • 973-615-4161
  • Tuesday pm Ice Cream Ride
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55
The season is here again! Take the blanket off your bike, if you haven't yet, and let's have fun together. Ride leaders will help you learn group riding skills as well as safety while enjoying the lovely surroundings this Spring as we venture into varied routes through May. Our pace will vary depending on the route and usually 14-15 mph. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling to Moderately hilly 26-55
  • 6:15pm
  • B
  • 15-25 miles, Leader: Bob Reich
  • 973-633-0493
  • Bob’s Basic B
Join me for an after work ride in eastern Morris County on lightly traveled roads over a variety of terrain from flat to rolling and occasionally on some days a hill or two. Rides feature long stretches between turns and a minimal number of traffic lights. Each week’s ride follows a different route. Cue sheets are usually available. Note: Ride will not go in rain but will go on drying roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25

Wednesday, May 9

  • 6:00pm
  • B
  • 20-30 miles, Leader: Alan Scherl
  • 914-246-0015
  • BYOB
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25 A Wednesday night tradition returns for the ? season. Bring your bike to ride and bring the bottle for dinner afterwards. We're starting off slow and will increase the pace as the season progresses. The routes will be mostly flat with an occasional short climb. There are no cue sheets but there is a sweep and no one will be dropped. After the ride, we head to Turvino's Pizza to dine with our friends doing the C, C*, B*, and A rides. Ride length and route varies based on weather and daylight.

Saturday, May 12

Come share in the camaraderie of the 5th BTCNJ Women's CycloFemme Ride! We will ride as part of a global program to promote women in cycling. The event begins and ends at the Ramsey, NJ Municipal Parking Lot. All ride levels will be represented. Meet times are staggered so that all levels complete their rides around the same time - approximately 12:30. Homemade goodies will be served following the ride. An optional social lunch at a nearby deli will follow when all groups have returned. All participants will receive a cool temporary tattoo honoring women cyclists! Ladies, we ride for health, fitness and fun! Rain date will be May 19th. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. (Check posting here if questionable. If you are signed up, I can email you about a cancellation.) Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55
Yes- It is another opportunity to bond with our fellow Dude riders. Route is not 100 % set but there will be enough hills to grunt a lot. We will not need cue sheets since guys never need directions. After the ride , we will use the patented Bob Reich post ride recovery beer technique as we will go to Defiant Brewery, a few miles away (in Pearl River) after the ride. Ride goes no matter what the weather because we are REAL MEN!! Note that any tattoos given out will be real!Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55
Deli stop. GPS Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/12456592 On of day of ride, call my cell phone (973) 981-4039. Note: Ride will not go in rain, wet roads, ice, snow or high winds Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55
  • 8:45am
  • C*
  • 28 miles, Leader: Joan Brickman
  • 973-728-5986
  • CycloFemme Women’s Annual Ride
Come share in the camaraderie of the 5th BTCNJ Women's CycloFemme Ride! We will ride as part of a global program to promote women in cycling. The event begins and ends at the Ramsey, NJ Municipal Parking Lot. All ride levels will be represented. Meet times are staggered so that all levels complete their rides around the same time - approximately 12:30. Homemade goodies will be served following the ride. An optional social lunch at a nearby deli will follow when all groups have returned. All participants will receive a cool temporary tattoo honoring women cyclists! Ladies, we ride for health, fitness and fun! Rain date will be May 19th. Terrain: Flat 0-25
  • 9:45am
  • C
  • 20 miles, Leader: Amy Rafferty
  • 973-714-0470
  • CycloFemme Women's Annual Ride
Come share in the camaraderie of the 5th BTCNJ Women's CycloFemme Ride! We will ride as part of a global program to promote women in cycling. The event begins and ends at the Ramsey, NJ Municipal Parking Lot. All ride levels will be represented. Meet times are staggered so that all levels complete their rides around the same time - approximately 12:30. Homemade goodies will be served following the ride. An optional social lunch at a nearby deli will follow when all groups have returned. All participants will receive a cool temporary tattoo honoring women cyclists! Ladies, we ride for health, fitness and fun! Rain date will be May 19th. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling 26-45
  • 9:45am
  • D
  • +/- 12 miles, Leader: Renate Kulnik
  • 845-624-2287
  • CycloFemme Women's Annual Ride
Come share in the camaraderie of the 5th BTCNJ Women's CycloFemme Ride! We will ride as part of a global program to promote women in cycling. The event begins and ends at the Ramsey, NJ Municipal Parking Lot. All ride levels will be represented. Meet times are staggered so that all levels complete their rides around the same time - approximately 12:30. Homemade goodies will be served following the ride. An optional social lunch at a nearby deli will follow when all groups have returned. All participants will receive a cool temporary tattoo honoring women cyclists! Ladies, we ride for health, fitness and fun! Rain date will be May 19th. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling 26-45

Tuesday, May 15

The season is here again! Take the blanket off your bike, if you haven't yet, and let's have fun together. Ride leaders will help you learn group riding skills as well as safety while enjoying the lovely surroundings this Spring as we venture into varied routes through May. Our pace will vary depending on the route and usually 14-15 mph. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling to Moderately hilly 26-55
  • 6:15pm
  • B
  • 15-25 miles, Leader: Bob Reich
  • 973-633-0493
  • Bob’s Basic B
Join me for an after work ride in eastern Morris County on lightly traveled roads over a variety of terrain from flat to rolling and occasionally on some days a hill or two. Rides feature long stretches between turns and a minimal number of traffic lights. Each week’s ride follows a different route. Cue sheets are usually available. Note: Ride will not go in rain but will go on drying roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25

Wednesday, May 16

  • 6:00pm
  • B
  • 20-30 miles, Leader: Alan Scherl
  • 914-246-0015
  • BYOB
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25 A Wednesday night tradition returns for the ? season. Bring your bike to ride and bring the bottle for dinner afterwards. We're starting off slow and will increase the pace as the season progresses. The routes will be mostly flat with an occasional short climb. There are no cue sheets but there is a sweep and no one will be dropped. After the ride, we head to Turvino's Pizza to dine with our friends doing the C, C*, B*, and A rides. Ride length and route varies based on weather and daylight.

Thursday, May 17

  • 6:15pm
  • C*
  • 15-25 miles, Leader: Bob Reich
  • 973-633-0493
  • An Evening Ride
Join me for an after work ride in eastern Morris County on lightly traveled roads over a variety of terrain from flat to rolling. Rides feature long stretches between turns and a minimal number of traffic lights. Cue sheets are available. Different route each week. Note: Ride will not go in rain but will go on drying roads Terrain: Flat 0-25

Saturday, May 19

  • 10:00am
  • F
  • 15 miles, Leader: Avrin Slatkin
  • -
  • Sandy Hook 2018 Family Ride #2
We will ride the car free path to the end and meander around the old base. Perhaps stroll down to water's edge or a short hike in the woods. Perfect for children in trailers, trail a bikes, training wheels and beginning riders. Enjoy it before the summer. Bring snack, concessions may not be open yet. Terrain: Flat 0-25

Sunday, May 20

  • 9:15am
  • B
  • 59 miles, Leader: Ralph Pantuso
  • 201-819-9753
  • The Annual New Paltz Ride: Spring Edition - Campbell Hall to New Paltz
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling 26-45 Join us for the true spring classic ride thru Orange and Ulster County's beautiful farmlands. This is a relatively flat to rolling ride with some of the best roads and scenery that the area has to offer. Full deli stop and cue sheet. As always on our rides: if you can do a steady B pace then YOU WILL NOT GET DROPPED! Mark your calendars and see you on the 20th! Thomas Bull Memorial Park (use the second "Main" entrance) - Go up the hill towards the golf clubhouse and take the 2nd right into lower parking lot. http://ridewithgps.com/routes/7902413

Tuesday, May 22

The season is here again! Take the blanket off your bike, if you haven't yet, and let's have fun together. Ride leaders will help you learn group riding skills as well as safety while enjoying the lovely surroundings this Spring as we venture into varied routes through May. Our pace will vary depending on the route and usually 14-15 mph. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling to Moderately hilly 26-55
  • 6:15pm
  • B
  • 15-25 miles, Leader: Bob Reich
  • 973-633-0493
  • Bob’s Basic B
Join me for an after work ride in eastern Morris County on lightly traveled roads over a variety of terrain from flat to rolling and occasionally on some days a hill or two. Rides feature long stretches between turns and a minimal number of traffic lights. Each week’s ride follows a different route. Cue sheets are usually available. Note: Ride will not go in rain but will go on drying roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25

Wednesday, May 23

  • 6:00pm
  • B
  • 20-30 miles, Leader: Alan Scherl
  • 914-246-0015
  • BYOB
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25 A Wednesday night tradition returns for the ? season. Bring your bike to ride and bring the bottle for dinner afterwards. We're starting off slow and will increase the pace as the season progresses. The routes will be mostly flat with an occasional short climb. There are no cue sheets but there is a sweep and no one will be dropped. After the ride, we head to Turvino's Pizza to dine with our friends doing the C, C*, B*, and A rides. Ride length and route varies based on weather and daylight.

Thursday, May 24

  • 6:15pm
  • C*
  • 15-25 miles, Leader: Bob Reich
  • 973-633-0493
  • An Evening Ride
Join me for an after work ride in eastern Morris County on lightly traveled roads over a variety of terrain from flat to rolling. Rides feature long stretches between turns and a minimal number of traffic lights. Cue sheets are available. Different route each week. Note: Ride will not go in rain but will go on drying roads Terrain: Flat 0-25

Tuesday, May 29

The season is here again! Take the blanket off your bike, if you haven't yet, and let's have fun together. Ride leaders will help you learn group riding skills as well as safety while enjoying the lovely surroundings this Spring as we venture into varied routes through May. Our pace will vary depending on the route and usually 14-15 mph. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling to Moderately hilly 26-55
  • 6:15pm
  • B
  • 15-25 miles, Leader: Bob Reich
  • 973-633-0493
  • Bob’s Basic B
Join me for an after work ride in eastern Morris County on lightly traveled roads over a variety of terrain from flat to rolling and occasionally on some days a hill or two. Rides feature long stretches between turns and a minimal number of traffic lights. Each week’s ride follows a different route. Cue sheets are usually available. Note: Ride will not go in rain but will go on drying roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25

Wednesday, May 30

  • 6:00pm
  • B
  • 20-30 miles, Leader: Alan Scherl
  • 914-246-0015
  • BYOB
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25 A Wednesday night tradition returns for the ? season. Bring your bike to ride and bring the bottle for dinner afterwards. We're starting off slow and will increase the pace as the season progresses. The routes will be mostly flat with an occasional short climb. There are no cue sheets but there is a sweep and no one will be dropped. After the ride, we head to Turvino's Pizza to dine with our friends doing the C, C*, B*, and A rides. Ride length and route varies based on weather and daylight.

Thursday, May 31

  • 6:15pm
  • C*
  • 15-25 miles, Leader: Bob Reich
  • 973-633-0493
  • An Evening Ride
Join me for an after work ride in eastern Morris County on lightly traveled roads over a variety of terrain from flat to rolling. Rides feature long stretches between turns and a minimal number of traffic lights. Cue sheets are available. Different route each week. Note: Ride will not go in rain but will go on drying roads Terrain: Flat 0-25

Saturday, June 2

  • 9:00am
  • B*
  • 45 miles, Leader: Rob Singer
  • 973-662-0476
  • Picnic Fun
Brisk riding before attending the club picnic in the park. Will post route shortly. Terrain: Moderately hilly 46-55

Sunday, June 3

  • 8:00am
  • All
  • Various miles, Leaderless
  • Go The Distance For Autism Ride
We are looking for ride marshals as well as riders for the "Go The Distance 4 Autism Ride" on June 3 at Bergen Community College with 4 distances: 3, 10, 25 and 50 miles. Ride Jersey Strong with us in North Jersey’s largest charity cycling event! There is also a midway with a Family Fun Festival with food, music, games, inflatables, activities, informational booths and more. Autism affects many of us, especially in NJ, which has the highest rates of autism in the country, 1 in 45 children. On a personal note, we (Steve Jackson and Betsy Longendorfer) have a 34-year-old son on the autism spectrum who has struggled mightily, so this is a cause near and dear to our hearts. When you ride, you provide direct support for and change the lives of children and families with autism right here in our backyard. To sign up for the ride, go to www.gtd4a.org. To volunteer as a ride marshal, contact Betsy Longendorfer at [email protected] Registration and fee required for riders. Please check ride times on the GTD4A website.Terrain: Rolling 26-45
  • 8:30am
  • B
  • 56 miles, Leader: Ralph Pantuso
  • 201-819-9753
  • Arden Valley Training Ride #4 - Wayne to Upper Greenwood Lake
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Very hilly 76-100 This is the fourth of the eleven training rides for the upcoming Arden Valley ride (Saturday August 4th - please see ride schedule for complete details). And now for something completely different we will be riding not to Greenwood Lake but rather to Upper Greenwood Lake. Lots of climbs and plenty of quiet roads. Lunch will be at the Utopia Deli at mile 32. https://ridewithgps.com/routes/13321062Terrain: Very hilly 76-100

Tuesday, June 5

The season is here again! Take the blanket off your bike, if you haven't yet, and let's have fun together. Ride leaders will help you learn group riding skills as well as safety while enjoying the lovely surroundings this Spring as we venture into varied routes through May. Our pace will vary depending on the route and usually 14-15 mph. Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Rolling to Moderately hilly 26-55

Wednesday, June 6

  • 6:00pm
  • B
  • 20-30 miles, Leader: Alan Scherl
  • 914-246-0015
  • BYOB
Note: Ride will not go in rain or wet roads. Terrain: Flat 0-25 A Wednesday night tradition returns for the ? season. Bring your bike to ride and bring the bottle for dinner afterwards. We're starting off slow and will increase the pace as the season progresses. The routes will be mostly flat with an occasional short climb. There are no cue sheets but there is a sweep and no one will be dropped. After the ride, we head to Turvino's Pizza to dine with our friends doing the C, C*, B*, and A rides. Ride length and route varies based on weather and daylight.
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