MS Bike City to Shore 2023
September 30 & October 1, 2023
The Bike MS: City to Shore Ride is 1 or 2–day ride held in South Jersey. The ride starts at the PATCO Woodcrest Station in Cherry Hill and finishes at the Ocean City High School in Ocean City, New Jersey. Riders also have the option to start in Hammonton or Mays Landing, New Jersey. The ride’s purpose is to raise money for multiple sclerosis, a chronic disease that affects the central nervous system.

Started in 1980, the City to Shore Tour attracts over 7,000 cyclists of all ages and cycling abilities for up to 175 miles (280 km) of cycling.

Covered Bridges Bike Ride
Sunday, October 8, 2023

This is THE premier cycling event in scenic Bucks County. Held each year on a beautiful Sunday with the gorgeous fall colors shouting out, the CBR, as our members call it, is our best event ever.

You have four great routes to choose from — the family-friendly 20 mile route (uses the towpath along the Delaware river, which is a fine-cinder and hard packed dirt trail, for part of these routes), or the hillier 33, 55 or 65 mile rides (all on paved roads) — plus plenty of great food.
Travel through up to six historic covered bridges.

Fatter tired bikes work best on the cinder-based paths for the 20 mile route, which visits one covered bridge. All rides conclude with a Grande Finale Picnic.

Giro del Vino VI
Sunday, October 8, 2023

This year’s Giro will continue a grand South Jersey tradition. Starting and ending from the stunning White Horse Winery, the ride offers various mileage routes to choose from (25, 45, 63), bountiful rest stops, SAG support, souvenir glass, glass of wine and long sleeve t-shirt. Early Bird prices of $55.00 ends in 55 days and capacity has been set at 350

This year event will be benefitting the Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund. The Camden County Hero Scholarship Fund purpose is to render financial and educational assistance to the surviving spouse and children who are left with little or no support when a law enforcement officer, firefighter or emergency medical person loses his/her life or is totally and permanently disabled in the line of duty.

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