Rides for all abilities, fully marked with cue sheets.
Scenic routes, historic surprises, rest stops and refreshments.
Indoor, air-conditioned buffet lunch at Drew post ride.

Miles Start Time Description
10 11:00 a.m. NEW route in 2017, flat and all fun. For newer cyclists and families. On bike paths and local roads. Stops for tours of Seaton Hackney Stables and St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Shelter, chock full of kittens and puppies. Join a group led by an experienced Freewheeler rider. No training wheels or children’s trikes. Trailers OK (see Consumer Reports safety info).    Highlights
25 10:00 a.m. On flat to rolling terrain, with a few climbs, through Revolutionary historic areas. Includes a tour of the Great Swamp and a mid-tour rest stop. Highlights
35 9:30 a.m. Similar terrain and scenery to the 25-mile, but longer for riders who want an additional challenge.   Highlights
8:45 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
For more experienced riders, to Far Hills and beyond, with scenic roads, some challenging climbs and additional rest stops, including the Jockey Hollow area of Morristown National Historical Park where the Continental Army spent the worst winter of the Revolution.  Highlights
100 7:00 a.m. For experienced and fit riders, with tours through Jockey Hollow, then on to Far Hills and beyond, with scenic climbs and spectacular descents. Plenty of rest stops. Highlights

Tour our area’s incredible history … show that bicycles belong — for recreation, transportation and health… raise money for safe cycling and the local Emergency Squads vital to riders and our community.

Organized by the Morris Area Freewheelers Foundation, a nonprofit charitable organization, this all-volunteer event draws its help from sponsors, local organizations and emergency squads, and the Morris Area Freewheelers, one of NJ’s largest adult bicycling clubs.

Presented by Atlantic Health, a recognized leader in quality health care for New Jersey and nationwide.