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The 2-mile ride is low-impact and designed to be a comfortable ride for all ages. The 7-mile ride is an intermediate course. The 12-mile ride is intended to be a challenging route that at times involves riding up-hill on steep roadways. Keep in mind your skill and comfort level with biking when registering for the event. If at any time a participant feels unable to complete a course, police officers will be stationed along the route for assistance. You can always take a rest or walk your bike.
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This will be a contactless event. Volunteers assisting with registration will only be checking off numbered participants and making sure that there are no unregistered participants. There will be no in-person registration available.
At the start and finish lines, where social distancing may not be possible, all participants and volunteers will be required to wear masks. We will have masks available for all participants (if needed) and volunteers.
Riders will be able to choose, once on the course and distanced, whether they continue to wear a mask.
No water will be given out to participants. Riders are required to bring their own water.
There will be no gathering, with the exception of the start where participants will be spaced prior to the ride starting. No spectators are allowed.
Yes. Once you complete your registration, the Township will e-mail a unique number for your ride, which you will be responsible for printing and affixing to your shirt before the event. Again, there will be no in-person registration on the day of the event.
Yes. The cost is $10 per rider.
The rain date is September 27. Registrants will automatically be re-enrolled for the rain date.
All routes begin at Town Hall. Rides are scheduled 30 minutes apart; please arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before your start time. Report to Town Hall with your bike and participant number clearly pinned to the front of your shirt. A volunteer will then check you in and direct you where to stand to be distanced from other participants or groups.
We ask that participants try to bike or walk their bicycle to the start of the course. If you must drive, parking is available in the Parking Deck, Municipal Lot #1 or Municipal Lot #19. Please arrive no sooner than 15 minutes before your ride start time.
The start of all rides (on Millburn Avenue) will be closed; however, the 7-mile and 12-mile rides will be open courses with police personnel stationed at major roadway intersections. The entire 2-mile ride will be a closed course.
Signage will be clearly displayed along the ride routes, and police officers and volunteers will be stationed throughout the courses to assist along the way. Please refer to the course map in the days leading up to the event to familiarize yourself with the route. We also will provide a turn-by-turn street listing of the route prior to event day.
All rides end in Taylor Park. When you arrive at Taylor Park, please remember to wear a mask if effective social distancing is not feasible. Before heading home, grab a bite to eat and shop at our amazing local businesses!
The Tour de Millburn is not a race, but rather a celebration of biking and road safety.
All ages are welcome for the 2-mile ride; however, only those capable of riding on an open course should register for the 7-mile or 12-mile rides. Our youngest riders are invited to participate in the 2-mile ride with parents riding slowly beside them. Bikes with child seats or tag-alongs are welcome.
You can be added to our waitlist to receive information for the next ride event, which is currently being planned for Spring 2021. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to join the waitlist for next year.
All registrations are final. You will need to register for the correct route.
Check our Millburn Bike Safety page for tips and important information: twp.millburn.nj.us/bikesafety.