Disclaimer – Ride at Your Own Risk

The Bike Hunterdon website provides information for the public on bicycling opportunities in Hunterdon County, NJ. The user of this information assumes all risk for any injuries or difficulties that may result. Bicycling can be a dangerous activity and regardless of what is presented on this website, users always engage in recreational activities at their own risk.  Bicyclists using this website and related links and materials assume the responsibilities and risks for their own safety when bicycling on the suggested roads, routes, loops and trails.

The listing of any businesses, organizations, or other sources of information on this website does not represent endorsement of those entities, does not guarantee the accuracy of any information they provide, and does not make them liable for any injuries resulting from any activity suggested by this website. goHunterdon, as sponsor of this website, is not responsible for any injury or misfortune that results from use of the information presented here.

Those involved with the development and publication of this bicycling information in no way guarantee the safety of the roads recommended to bicyclists for shared use with motor vehicles. The routes shown follow designated state, county, and local roads and are used by drivers of automobiles, trucks, buses, motorcycles, farm machinery, as well as bicycles. The roads are suggested only as routes which appear suitable for bicycling based on available data. A particular route’s current conditions should be evaluated for the route’s suitability for the bicyclist’s own experience and physical fitness.  Many of the roads have no special provisions for bicyclists, however wider shoulders may be available on certain roads.  

Standard New Jersey laws for motorists also apply to bicyclists when using the public roadway. The audience for the suggested on-road bicycle routes is the average adult bicyclist, or having received drivers training, and having several years of bicycling experience. 

Users are advised to review the NJ Drivers Manual and to apps such as Ride with GPS and Strava to obtain more detailed maps, and most importantly, discuss your planned route and ride with a knowledgeable person just prior to beginning your outing.