The 2022 Ramble

The Morris Area Freewheelers Foundation, announces the
13th Revolutionary Ramble on June 11, 2022.  

Watch all past Ramble videos. View and download the last Ramble’s pictures.

2021 Start Point: Drew University, Madison, NJ
(except gravel ride, which starts and ends at Pleasant Valley Park in Basking Ridge).

Drew is easy to get to by bike, car, or train from NY Penn Station, Newark or any stop on the Morristown Line. Drive time from Philadelphia is only 1 hour 45 minutes; from Stamford, CT it’s only 1 hour 30 minutes.

The Ramble offers fully supported cycling over beautiful terrain with routes for all abilities. Featuring SAG* support, bike-riding course marshals, well-stocked rest stops, mechanics for minor repairs, and a post-ride lunch. Our photographers post their photos for free downloads after the ride.

In 2021 we changed our routes! Check out our ride descriptions.

Choose from a 12 mile novice and family tour or a more challenging 25, 42, 69 or 100 mile tour. In addition, we offer a 63 mile gravel ride (with more gravel, less pavement than the previous Ramble) through scenic horse-country.

About a week before the Ramble all route information (start times, maps, Garmin files, cue sheets, parking directions)  and many other details will be finalized and released via emailing of the Ramble Rider’s Manual.

Benefits Local Volunteer Emergency Squads & Safe Cycling Programs


            *SAG – Support And Gear (the vehicle that rescues you)

What Past Ramble Riders Are Saying:

99% would recommend the Ramble to a friend

“Best organized and staffed ride I’ve been on”

“Excellent food this year. Especially the sandwiches at stop no 3 on the century
and the root beer floats were amazing”

“Amazing route, super support, well stocked rest stops. Couldn’t ask for more.
Great job by everyone. Thank you for another great year. Can’t wait for 2020″
“I love the Ramble. Yes, it’s beautiful country you ride through, but mostly I love it
because it’s splendidly run by hordes of people who are friendly and welcoming
as they are competent and well-coordinated”
“I have biked all over the country and this was one of the best”