The Morris Area Freewheelers Foundation is dedicated to safe cycling for fitness, fun, touring and transportation.
We work to educate cyclists and motorists alike about their responsibilities through event rides, bike clinics, cooperative projects with local police departments and emergency squads, and other educational programs. We are a non-profit tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.
Read About our Mission and Goals to educate cyclists and motorists about safety issues, as well as the fun and value of cycling.
Riding our annual Revolutionary Ramble Bicyle tour helps the Foundation raise funds for our local emergency squads and for safe cycling education. Ramble volunteers work tirelessly to make the ride safe and enjoyable. Our appreciation to all riders and to all our volunteers for their commitment.
It's always a great, fun day on some of the most historic and scenic roads in NJ. More info: rambleride.org
Please help us spread the word that we can all responsibly share the road. Donations welcome. For donations of $5 or more, we will send you information about our activities and a decal just right for your car window.
MAFF Highlights Share Campaign at NJ Bike&Walk Summit on Feb. 8, 2014. In our ongoing efforts to promote safety for all road users, the Foundation is sponsoring a panel called "Share the road, Share the Road?" at the annual NJ Bike&Walk Coalition Summit. The Foundation also will moderate the panel discussing lessons learned in Bike New York's education program.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if we can help your group add safety talks and materials in support of your next charity or fitness-focused event ride.