LONGEST DAY June 14 2014
You must be a member of CJBC to ride this event
Registration will be opening soon.
Register on our site at (link coming soon). The fees will be shown on the registration page. The button for registration will be found on the right side of the page.
You may also register at Active.com (link coming soon).
CJBC's Longest Day ride is an annual self supported, double century, double metric or century route (your choice). The majority of the riders prefer to do the double century (90%+). The double century starts in Port Jervis, NY, near the NJ High Point Monument, traverses the north-western part of NJ closely following Rt 206, then moves east in the plains of Central Jersey and then through the Pine Barrens down to Cape May. The first third is hilly but nothing too terrible (this from a flatlander ;-). In the central and southern part of the state the traffic drops off and and so do the hills. It rolls through the acres of farm lands and the NJ Pine Barrens. And, of course, the final destination, the Cape May Lighthouse. Fortunately you won't go anywhere near the industrial section of NJ like that seen in the opening of the Soprano's.