MAHWAH, N.J. — The annual Ramapo Rally is expected to attract more than 1,000 bicyclists to Campgaw Mountain Reservation in Mahwah Aug. 21.
The all-day rally is the premier North Jersey cycling event of the Bicycle Touring Club of North Jersey.
It starts and finishes at 200 Campgaw Road and features six routes.
They range from the most challenging 125-mile hilly, challenging route to a 12-mile course suitable for families and novice riders.
Well-stocked rest stops along the way offer nourishment, sanitary facilities, and mechanical support.
Roving Support and Gear (SAG) wagons provide help to riders with problems.
At the end of the ride, participants return to the start site for a hot grilled lunch, massage, and the opportunity to browse and shop the Rally Marketplace for cycling-related merchandise.
A significant portion of the proceeds from the rally is given to local community charities and volunteer organizations.
The cost, through Aug. 15, is $60. Anyone younger than 16 goes for free.
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