The Routes

All routes begin and end in Huddy Park in Highlands, NJ (301 Shore Drive). Please note: this is not the Huddy Park in Toms River, NJ.


Please note: the entire route is on streets that are open to motorized traffic (with the exception of the Sandy Hook Multi-Use Path on the 15-mile route). Cyclists must obey all traffic laws. This includes obeying all traffic signals, yielding as required, and sharing the road with cars. Being part of the event does not put you above the rules of the road.


Click on this link for a complete listing of NJ Bicycle Laws.


Click here for an overview of the ride.


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15 Miles

Perfect for families and newer riders, this route goes through scenic Sandy Hook primarily along a car-free multi-use path. Please note: spots are limited for this route, we recommend signing up as quickly as possible.

Elevation gain: 150 ft

Start time: 9:45AM-10:15AM


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30 Miles

This route includes stunning ocean views as riders travel along the Jersey Shore through Sea Bright before rolling through Monmouth County communities south and west of Highlands including Oceanport and Middletown.

Elevation gain: 1,100 ft

Start time: 9:15AM-10:15AM


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55 Miles

The 30-mile route plus an extra 25-mile southern loop around U.S. Weapons Station Earle through Farmingdale and Colts Neck.

Elevation gain: 2,000 ft

Start time: 8:30AM-9:30AM


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75 Miles

The 55-mile route plus an extra 20-mile southeastern loop along the coastal communities of Spring Lake, Sea Girt, and Brielle. Goes near Asbury Park, but unfortunately does not include Bruce Springsteen.

Elevation gain: 2,200 ft

Start time: 8:00-8:30AM


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100 Miles

The 75-mile route plus an extra 25-mile loop west around the Turkey Swamp Wildlife Area near Freehold.

Elevation gain: 3,000 ft

Start time: 7:30AM-8:00AM


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