Ride for the Wild is a benefit ride for Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary, a non-profit organization that rescues, rehabilitates and releases injured wildlife, farm and domestic animals in the Northwest NJ area.
The route is a 40 mile road loop best suited for road bikes, 2,000 total feet of climbing, self-supported ride with halfway aid station/rest stop at Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary. Beautiful scenery, rolling hills, and more cows, horses, goats and alpacas along this rural ride than cars (bears and bald eagles have been known to make an appearance too)! Start your spring season riding one of the best routes in NJ - for a great cause!
Riders will be provided cue sheets, and road markings will be posted at intersections.
Contact Megan at Marty's of Hackettstown at email@example.com or (908) 852-1650 with any questions!