Ride to the Metz Bicycle Museum

Metz Bicycle MuseumJoin us for a bike ride along part of the Henry Hudson Trail, beginning and ending in Marlboro, with a stop in Freehold for lunch and a tour of the unique Metz Bike Museum, housing more than 2,000 items, including 125 of the rarest bicycles, childrens’ antique toys, gadgets, and mousetraps! If there’s time, we may check out some Springsteen sites in town.

Sunday, June 5, 2011
11 a.m. to about 3 p.m.

Cost: $10 adult (children under 12, $5) for admission to the museum. We’ll collect cash on the day.

RSVP: wwbikeped@gmail.com. We must know how many people will join us, as the Metz Bicycle Museum tour requires at least six people and can only handle a maximum of 30 people at a time.

Henry Hudson Trail

Meet at 11 a.m. at the Bicycle Hub bike shop in Marlboro, where you can park you car. We estimate the route is about 8 miles each way.

Bicycle Hub
239 Route 79
Marlboro, NJ 07765
732-946-9080

Henry Hudson Trail
from Marlboro to Freehold

The Bicycle Hub of Marlboro is located on State Highway 79, one mile north of County Road 520 (toward Matawan) in Marlboro township. When using a GPS type navigation system use “239 State Highway 79, Morganville, NJ 07751.

Freehold Bike Brochure

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3 Responses to “Ride to the Metz Bicycle Museum”

  1. Jerry says:

    When I rode with the Freehold Boro Council a few weeks ago somebody mentioned that he might be in Florida for the winter. We don’t have any additional contacti information for him.

  2. Greg says:

    We are a bicycle club in Brooklyn.
    We too were trying to contact the Metz museum, but with no luck.

    How did you get in touch with them?
    Ive emailed and called the phone number 732-462-7363
    No response…trying to go this Thursday the 26th.
    Any thoughts?

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