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Save the Date! Revolutionary Ramble VIII:
Sat, June 11, 2016

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.

Help out by donating or volunteering. Share your knowledge with other cyclists to benefit the community.

Riders from NJ and 11 Other States Roll in for the Revolutionary Ramble

On Saturday, June 13 this year, almost 1000 riders savored the sun and enjoyed the fun of cycling on six different routes, from 12 miles to over 100. The 7th annual Revolutionary Ramble was a “sold out” event for the seventh consecutive year.  

Over 160 volunteers worked hard to keep riders safe, well-fed and on course. Before riders left in groups, they heard one of over 22 safety talks stressing the importance of sharing the road safely  and riding responsibly. Riders returned from lunch for a great all-you-can-eat buffet and a chance to find out more about the Foundation’s safe cycling education initiatives and their contribution to raising funds for at least 24 local, volunteer ambulance squads.

The Foundation thanks all our volunteers and our sponsors and donors for their support. This year’s Ramble was presented by Atlantic Health and sponsored by B&G Foods, Bayer Healthcare, Cyclecraft, Marty's Reliable Cycle, Planet Fitness, High Gear Cyclery, Lakeland Bank, Bikeland II, Hilltop Bicycles, Smythe Volvo, Wigder Chevrolet, Power Bar, REI and the Bicycle Store. Thanks for donations from Anthony & Sons Bakery, BJ’s Wholesale Club, SunRype, Toyota of Morristown, Subaru of Morristown, Tifosi Sales, Wegmans and Whole Foods Market.


Brad Nelson and Madison Rig

Ramble cyclists

Ramble cyclists

Share the Road Decal

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.

Please contact us at if we can help your group add safety talks and materials in support of your next charity or fitness-focused event ride.