Join the 24th Annual Bike MS: Coast the Coast

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Route Options

25-Mile Route
50-Mile Route
85 & 100 Mile Route
Two-Day 170 Mile Route (Saturday)

Date(s):  May 16 & 17, 2015

 Enjoy a 2-day cycling adventure with 1,700 of your closest friends. Choose your challenge, with route options for all cycling abilities. Pedal over flat terrain as you enjoy coast views. You'll travel through seaside towns, across inlets, through the Pine Barrens and finish in historic Cape May.

We have route options for cyclists of every level, ranging from 25-170 miles. The ride is fully supported with catered rest stops, bike mechanics, full meals, and support vehicles. Invite your family and friends to cheer as you cross the finish line and enjoy a lunch at Monmouth University for the shorter routes, or a wonderful evening celebration for those riding to the Pinelands. A fantastic dinner awaits you with great food, music, a beer garden, massage tent and fun.

Bike MS will take you further than you've ever gone before. It's not the miles that matter -- it's the unforgettable journey. Join us for an event that's more than a ride -- it's anticipation, camaraderie, personal accomplishment, and the knowledge that you're changing lives ... Making every mile that much sweeter.

Don't just ride, Bike MS.

Registration Fees: Vary by ride length and date, see below

Coast the COast Reg fee Schedule

Fundraising Minimum: $350 for 170-mile route, $300 for 85-mile route, $200 for 50-mile route and $100 for 25-mile route

Route Options: 25, 50, Saturday 85 with 15 mile power loop option, Sunday 85 and two day 170-mile route.

Age Minimum: 18 years of age to ride independently, 12-17 years of age must ride with an adult.


Meet the 2015 Bike MS Ambassador Sandie Reilly

NJM Coast the Coast Ambassador 2015

 

The New Jersey Metro Chapter is proud to introduce our Bike MS 2015 Ambassador – Sandie Reilly!

“Sandie is one of those quiet inspirations,” Mary Beth Rehrer, Director of Bike MS, said. “She doesn’t stand up and say ‘Look at me, and what I do for others.’ She just does it and makes a difference.”

“I ride because I can,” said Sandie. “And if my riding encourages just one person to stop living in fear of MS and begin living in spite of MS, then every mile, every saddle sore, every drop of perspiration will be very well spent.”

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