Community Bike Ride

West Windsor Community Bike Ride 2009We’re holding our fifth annual community bike ride on Sunday, Oct. 16. This family-friendly ride is ideal for those who haven’t been on a bike in a while, want to get their kids comfortable on low-traffic roads or want to find a backroad route through town.

We will be leaving at 11 a.m. from the WaterWorks parking lot in Community Park and biking to Southfield Shopping Center (home of McCaffrey’s) via the Trolley Line Trail, bike lanes and residential roads. No Route 571! We’ll take a break before heading back, for a total distance of less than seven miles.

The ride is free, and no preregistration is required. But a helmet is a must! Every participant should sign a waiver form and all minors must bring a waiver signed by a parent.? Children under 12 should be accompanied by an adult. Here’s what you need: bike ride waiver form 2011

Roads will be open to traffic so follow all rules of the road, including stopping at the stop sign on the Trolley Line Trail before turning right onto Rabbit Hill Road.

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One Response to “Community Bike Ride”

  1. Poonam says:

    This was the first time I and my family participated in the community bike ride. It was very safe for kids, even my 4 year old enjoyed it very much. Thank you for WWBPA for being so helpful and conducting this event.

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