Reading about Biking for RFB&D

Tom HammellLooking for a good bike route in New Jersey? Road Biking New Jersey: A Guide to the State’s Best Bike Rides author Tom Hammell, born and raised in New Jersey, has explored most of the state’s roads by bike. He is an avid cyclist and a ride leader with the Princeton Freewheelers, logging thousands of miles a year leading other riders over beautiful back roads.

Tom  is a longtime volunteer at the New Jersey studio of Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic (RFB&D); he read from his book on Monday, April 19, 2010 at RFB&D’s Record-A-Thon.

RFB&D is the nation’s largest audio textbook and literature library, serving students with print and learning disabilities. Volunteers read and record its extensive collection, with thousands of new titles added each year in every subject and grade level.
Road Biking New Jersey
Road Biking New Jersey contains 35 rides of varying length, terrain, and difficulty; Hammell designed the routes for the average recreational rider.

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