Reposted from newjerseyrideagainstaids.wordpress.com
New Jersey Ride Against AIDS is a three-day bicycling event that benefits New Jersey AIDS charities. The ride begins at High Point State Park in beautiful northwest New Jersey and concludes in the charming Victorian town of Cape May at the southernmost point of the state. The length of the ride is approximately 250 miles.
In order to participate in the Ride, you will need to download and complete all necessary forms. Individual riders are required to raise a minimum of $1500 in pledge donations to participate. Teams of 4 or more riders may raise a minimum of $1000 per team member. Crew members are not required to fundraise, but are encouraged to do so.
Riders may choose to participate for the entire 3 days or may choose to do the one-day, 60 mile ride on Sunday. Crew members are required to participate for the full three day event.
100% of pledge donations raised by riders and crew go directly to the charities.
All riders that participate in The Ride must comply with all of the New Jersey bicycling laws.
Please visit our FAQ page for frequently asked questions pertaining to the ride. There is also a wealth of information pertaining to this ride on this site. If you have a specific question that might not be found here, please feel free to leave a comment or question below or contact us at:
NJ Ride Against AIDS
P.O. Box 127
Bradley Beach, NJ 07720
Your participation makes a difference!