2015 Past Events

PAST 2015 EVENTS


Cranbury 200k

When: Saturday, April 4, 2015
Start: 7am - Knapps Cyclery - Cranbury, NJ 
Description: Mostly flat terrain with one notable climb of the Atlantic Highlands.  A pleasant tour of some of the Jersey Shore popular destinations.  Fast times are possible.
Controls: Union Beach, Belmar, Jerseyville - All controls are convenience stores, or fast food.  All will have a volunteer present.  Water will be provided for refilling bottles.  Food is available for purchase.
Time Limit: 13.5 Hours
 Fee: $20

Pinelands 300k - New Route

When: Saturday, April 25, 2015
Start: 5am - Mercer County Park - West Windsor, NJ (Pavilion at Fields 3 - 9)
Description: Mostly flat terrain though Central and Southern New Jersey touring some of the Pinelands Region.  Fast times are possible. 
Controls: Westhampton, Tabernacle, Tuckerton, Egg Harbor City, Waterford Works, Rancoccas
Time Limit: 20 Hours
Fee: $35
Registration: CLOSED


[Map Part 1]  [Map Part 2] [cue sheet pdf] [safety instructions]  [results 2015]


New Jersey 400k

When: Saturday, May 16, 2015
Start: 4am - Days Inn - East Windsor, NJ
Description: Mostly flat terrain through Central and Southern New Jersey passing through the Batsto Recreation Area, Mullica River and Wharton State Forest to the Delaware River in Salem.  Controls: Egg Harbor City, Salem, Pemberton
Time Limit: 27 Hours
Fee: $45
Registration: CLOSED


Batsto 200k

When:
 Saturday, May 16, 2015
Start: 7am - Lower Bank Tavern, Egg Harbor City, NJ
Description: Flat route held concurrently with the New Jersey 400k using the same route to Salem on the Delaware River and back to the Lower Bank Tavern.
Controls:  Salem, Franklinville
Time Limit: 13.5 Hours
Fee $20 
Registration: CLOSED


June 2015 

East Creek 600k

When:Saturday, June 6, 2015
Start: 4am - Days Inn, East Windsor, NJ
Description: Mostly flat terrain touring the southern regions of the state from Delaware River to Ocean and traversing the Pinelands region. Supported overnight stop at East Creek Cabins, and  Ocean City with bag drop service, hot food, shower and bunk. Riders to supply own bedding and towel in drop bag at East Creek Cabin.  Women riders, along with men who are riding with them  have first option to stay at Ocean City.

Controls: Browns Mills, Williamstown, Salem, Minotola, Ocean City, Eldora, Hammonton, Vincentown
Time Limit: 40 Hours
Fee: $95
Field Limit: 45 Riders
Registration: Closed (Field Limit Reached)



August 2015

Englewood 300k

When: Saturday, August 1, 2015
Start: 5am - Crown Plaza Hotel, Englewood, NJ
Description:  Exceptionally hilly terrain with multiple extended climbs.  Last chance to prepare before PBP!
Controls:  West Milford NJ, Port Jervis NY, Otisville NY, Cornwall-on-Hudson NY, 
Tuxedo Park NY, Garnerville NY

Time Limit: 20 Hours
Fee: $35
Registration: CLOSED!

Hotel information: Crown Plaza Englewood - for reservations contact Frances Sarenas 201-871-2020 x 5114 or e-mail to Frances.sarenas@englewoodcp.com


[Results 2015]

DISCLAIMER PLEASE READ:   While we have attempted to make the RidewithGPS map as accurate as possible, to double as a navigational tool, it is in no way a guarantee that it can be relied upon as the sole source of navigation.  The cue-sheet represents the official directions for the event.  Ideally electronic GPS navigation should be used as a secondary source for which these maps may prove quite helpful.

September 2015

Central Jersey 200k

When: Saturday, September 19, 2015
Start: 7:30am - Southfield Shopping Center, Princeton Junction, NJ
Description: Mild terrain traversing the rural sections of Central New Jersey.
Controls: Manalapan, Clarksburg, Whiting, Chatsworth, Tabernacle, Columbus, Imlaystown 
Time Limit: 13.5 Hours
Fee: $20
Unsupported: Riders will document their own passage at designated controls, which are commercial establishments where food and beverage may be purchased.  Organizers and volunteers will be present at the start and finish.  
Registration: CLOSED!


DISCLAIMER PLEASE READ:   While we have attempted to make the RidewithGPS map as accurate as possible, to double as a navigational tool, it is in no way a guarantee that it can be relied upon as the sole source of navigation.  The cue-sheet represents the official directions for the event.  Ideally electronic GPS navigation should be used as a secondary source for which these maps may prove quite helpful.
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