is a cycling club that was organized in 1979. It's
original purpose was to serve the needs of the recreational
and touring cyclist, and it continues with that purpose today.
The club is based in the Vineland area, but organized rides
extend throughout the regions of Cumberland, Gloucester and
Salem counties New Jersey.
The production of
our beautiful new club jersey was initiated, promoted,
and organized by club
The "Jersey Devil" is a traditional
part of South Jersey folklore and mascot for our
annual Jersey Devil Century.
Meeting are held on the first Wednesday
of each month except December. Meetings begin at 6:00 pm.
Click Club Meetings (above) for up to date information.
Currently our meeting location is changing. Check back monthly
until we get a new permanent home.
weekly fun rides
During the summer
months, the club usually organizes weekly rides. Check
under Weekly Club Rides for details. Besides the website,
the rides are posted in advance in our newsletter: The
Spoke 'n Word. The distance and difficulty of each ride
are noted and an effort is made to serve each member's
fall Convention is
an organized biking vacation. Included is a brief get together
to discuss club concerns
supported with plenty of popcorn
Jim Gullo, Gary Pilling and Glenn Koerner
are taking us to Bethany Beach, Delaware. Bethany
is a popular shore town even in autumn. It has a board walk,
many quaint shops, and several great restaurants.We will
have rides Friday, Saturday and Sunday. On Thursday a few
are going to a nearby state park for some trail rides and
Annual Century Rides
year, the club sponsors three century rides:
Get Ready Metric
- Early June, offers two 31 Kilometer loops.
Greenbranch Park Century - Early August, several
loops can ride up to 100 miles.
Jersey Devil Century - Our big September ride, offers
four loops totaling 100 miles
Want a great deal on all three
Trip : Held
in late August,
our Vermont trip always has a good price, beautiful scenery,
outstanding cycling, and great beer. It doesn't get any better
Click on Special Events to read
a Highway Clean Up: Start
9:00 am at Coombs Farm Rt 77, south of Pole Tavern Circle (intersection
of Rt 77 and Rt 40) at mile marker 10. Clean up equipment provided.
Wear boots, pants, long sleeves. You MUST call or email ahead
if you plan to attend - Dan Malvestuto: 610-864-3242 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2010 Dates: check newsletter.
Log 2011: In
pdf form In
Excel form From
Central Jersey Bike Club.