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New Jersey offers diverse and sometimes surprising opportunities for recreational bicycling. Information can be found through several outlets: bicycle clubs, county maps and lists of trails.

The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) offers touring tips and provides more than 20 different bicycle tour maps and guides that allow users to select their geographic or historical interest and level of difficulty. The newest bicyle tour route Explore the Jersey Shore by Bicycle extends mainly along the shore and inland areas from Cape May to Sandy Hook.  The routes are broken up into four segments: Cape May to Somers Point (42 miles), Somers Point to Tuckerton (45 miles), Tuckerton to Brick (45 miles) and Brick to Sandy Hook (36 miles).

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  Last Updated:  May 19, 2014