Be predictable and act like a car. Stop at all red lights and stop signs; yield at intersections.
Cyclists should consider themselves as guests within a community. Cyclists should follow all applicable laws. Be predictable and act like a car. Stop at all red lights and stop signs; yield at intersections.
Mutual respect of residents, personal property, drivers, pedestrians, and other cyclists is expected and appreciated.
All cyclists must follow the rules of the road as outlined in the NJ Bicycling Manual (NJDOT). This includes, but is not limited to:
According to their website, "NJ bike tours' mission is to share the joie de vivre in unexpected places and in unexpected ways. The friends, farms, food, fitness and fun experienced on each tour connects us to each other, to nature, to history and to what it means to be alive!"
In the event of a crash, a properly fitted helmet can prevent or reduce the severity of head injuries. In New Jersey anyone under 17 years of age must wear an approved helmet. (NJ Dept. of Transportation)
Use hand signals to inform motorists and other cyclists know in which direction you are going.
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NJ's ultimate gravel adventure, High Bridge Gravel will be held in beautiful downtown High Bridge NJ on April 29, 2023. The route is 57 miles long with 4400' of climbing. You'll be provided with lots of gravel goodness with some sections never before featured in any other event to date. Register Here
Jersey Gravel Grinder is on the calendar for May 21st. Learn more and register here.
Farmland Ride will be held on June 11th. Registration is on BikeReg.
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