The Western Jersey Wheelmen is a year-round recreational bicycle club. We have group rides during the week and each weekend, usually three on Saturday, and three on Sunday. Social events bring us together periodically throughout the year. The rides are shorter in the winter, and longer in the spring, winding through Hunterdon, Morris, Somerset, Warren, and Mercer Counties in New Jersey, and Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Since 1978, BMX has been a part of Hunterdon County, and northern NJ. BMX, or Bicycle Motocross (which is now an Olympic sport), allows riders of all ages and genders to participate. This means children, parents, and even grandparents can race and participate. HC BMX is now associated with USA BMX, a national organization with over 60,000 athletes in North America, which provides structure and insurance for our program. HC BMX is a non-profit organization run strictly by volunteers. All are welcome to participate, either in racing or volunteering. We look forward to hosting races, developing racers, and entertaining athletes and families.
New Jersey Interscholastic Cycling League is a chapter of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) – a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. As one of 19 leagues across the country, The Havoc organizes a mountain bike racing league for middle and high school student athletes. This is a youth development organization, whose goal it is to build strong body, strong mind and strong character in our student athletes, with an unwavering focus on inclusivity and equality in everything they do.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the organizers to "reimagine" the THIRD annual in-person ride through the picturesque farmlands of Hunterdon County on October 18, 2020 (originally scheduled for 6/14/2020). They will instead host a Farmland Virtual Challenge Ride, which will take place over the weekend of October 16-18.
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The Bedminster Flyers Cycling Club (BFCC) has been a recreational cycling club in the Somerset Hills area of NJ for over two decades. Members are called Flyers.
We are a road bike club. We ride on Wednesday evenings from April through September, starting from Natirar, at 2 Main St. in Peapack.
The BFCC is a member of the League of American Bicyclists (LAB). In accordance with the LAB guidelines, each participant on Club rides must be a Club-member and sign a membership waiver. The guidelines do allow for one-time guests. After their first ride, guests must become members to continue riding with the Club. In addition, all riders must sign another waiver before every Club-sponsored or Club-promoted ride. To abide by the LAB insurance requirements, we must enforce the one-time guest rule and sign-in before every ride.
The Central Jersey Bicycle Club (CJBC) is a social and recreational club for bicycling throughout the Central Jersey counties of Middlesex, Mercer, Monmouth, Somerset, including the counties of Ocean, and Burlington. Promoting the general interests of bicycling, fellowship among members, training for safety, and knowledge of bicycle maintenance. We support state and community bicycle advocacy organizations. Our mission continues after 50 years.
The Somerset Wheelmen are a 90+ member organization of competitive cyclists. With a history of over 75 years, the Somerset Wheelmen is truly an institution when it comes to bicycle racing in New Jersey. The Somerset Wheelmen boasts a membership that includes national and world champions in track and road cycling as well as hundreds of state and regional championships in track, road, cyclocross and mountain biking. The team meets every third Wednesday of every month (except July and December).
Formed in 1982, the Morris Area Freewheelers Bicycle Club is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to promoting all aspects of group cycling, predominately road cycling but also offering off-road rides and adventure rides.
We offer about 1400 scheduled and ad-hoc rides at various paces, all year long, throughout Northwestern New Jersey with some rides into Pennsylvania, New York State and Manhattan. The beauty and variety of our tours are unsurpassed.
The Princeton FreeWheelers (PFW) provide opportunities for recreational bicycling and related activities. PFW promotes safe recreational riding, fellowship among cyclists, advancement of the general interests of cyclists, and education about the rights and responsibilities of cyclists. PFW has rides at levels for the most serious to leisurely cyclists almost every day, all year long. PFW also sponsors social activities for club members and a philanthropy program. PFW runs a cycling Event every August since 1980 that attracts cyclists from all over the East Coast.
The Central Bucks Bicycle Club is dedicated to the encouragement of all aspects of bicycling. The mission of the Club is to sponsor and support recreational cycling activities; to encourage bicycling as a lifelong activity, as a beneficial form of exercise, as a method of transportation, and as a sport; and to promote equal road rights and safe bicycling practices.