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Bike MS details
Ordinary people, just like you, are taking extraordinary challenges to make this a world free of MS. Are you up for the challenge? Get your heart pumping and your mind racing as you push yourself beyond limits you never dreamed possible! Register for City to Shore now.
When you register for a Bike MS event, we promise:
Bike MS: City to Shore Ride (September 24 & 25, 2011)
Named by Bicycling Magazine as the “Best Cycling Getaway in NJ,” the Bike MS: City to Shore Ride promises to be the best cycling experience on the east coast.
Ride with over 7,000 cyclists of all ages and cycling abilities for the challenge of your choice with several route options. Enjoy flat terrain as you travel through the blueberry fields of Hammonton, the South New Jersey pine barrens and into the sweet smells of salt water taffy and ocean air in historic Ocean City.
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This ride is fully supported with catered rest stops, bike support, and SAG transportation. In addition, invite your family and friends to cheer as you cross the finish line and enjoy a wonderful evening stroll on the boardwalk. Cyclists must collect a minimum of $300 in donations and return a waiver before they can participate in this event.
Ride as many miles as you can. Choose from these route options:
Two-day 75-miles each day
Two-day 75-miles each day plus 25-mile extra loop (scenic Century)
2010 Cue Sheets
(all files below are .pdf and will open in a new window)
25-Mile Route Option Saturday
45-Mile Route Option Saturday
75-Mile Route Option Saturday Sunday
100-Mile Route Option Saturday
Google online group - Chat online with other rookie and veteran cyclists. This group is a great place to get information and guidance about the ride, safety, fundraising, training, etc. Plus, it is a great place to meet training partners.
*2011 eNewsletter Archives
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