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Additional ride information can be found at http://www.oceansharborhouse.org/event/annual-bike-ride/.
For more information about the Ride, please call 732.929.0096, ext. 205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Toms River to Princeton – part of the ride will take us up the shore coast, average per day is 75 miles.
The ride will take place around the Sourlands Mountain area, average per day is 75 miles.
Starting in Princeton and ending back at Harbor House in Toms River, average per day is 75 miles.
If you have any questions about this ride, click the button below.Questions?
Consider joining our excellent support team of Bike SAGs who assist all riders with food, water and rest stops along the entire route. Our Support And Gear (SAG) teams are one of the most important elements for any road cycling event to retain. Bike SAG’s priority is safety first from identifying road hazards to alerting traffic that a cycling event is taking place. We provide road side repairs, searching for lost cyclists, furnishing aid to down cyclists and cheer them on to meet their goal. “No rider should be without support, nor should a ride be without Bike SAG”
Plans are set for this year’s Bike Tour! Our riders will be raising awareness and funds for Harbor House to serve homeless youth. Each rider is expected to raise a minimum of $750.
Harbor House provides a safe haven and caring environment for vulnerable youth to enable them to unlock their potential and learn skills that will empower them to build healthier lives, relationships and futures. Thanks to its fundraising efforts, Harbor House has grown into a diverse, multi-service organization, helping over 8,000 children and families each year. All proceeds of the bike tour will go to Harbor House.