Bike MS is coming through your town
We appreciate your patience each fall during the Bike MS: City to Shore Ride. We know it’s an inconvenience, but it’s for a very important cause: creating a world free of MS for your friends and neighbors living with MS.
Cyclists will be in your community on September 30 and October 1. You can support them by volunteering at a rest stop near you. Or, if the cyclists will be traveling down your street, please feel free to step outside and cheer them on. They are each cycling up to 175 miles over the weekend to raise money and awareness for MS. A little encouragement can make the grueling task a lot easier. Thank you for helping us create a world free of MS! To learn more about the ride, MS or our chapter, visit our website.
For detailed views of which roads in your neighborhood will be used, please see the neighborhood maps below. The times that cyclists are expected to pass through the streets in your area are also listed below. You should expect congestion as the event travels through your neighborhood. Please allow extra travel time and use caution if you're sharing the road with cyclists.
**NEW ROUTE IN 2023: As of 9.11.23 Bike MS: City to Shore 2023 will be following a new route after departing Hammonton and entering Ocean City, NJ via the 34th Street Bridge.
- Municipalities NOT impacted by the route change:
- Cherry Hill
- New Municipalities for 2023 include:
- Corbin City
- Estell Manor
- Upper Twp.
- Previous Municipalities with route changes for 2023:
- Egg Harbor City
- Mays Landing / Hamilton
- Ocean City
- Previous Municipalities no longer riding through in 2023:
- Egg Harbor Twp
- Somers Point
Saturday, September 30 (approximately 8:00am-6:00pm)
- Lane closures over the 34th street bridge – only one lane of vehicle traffic On Roosevelt
- Lane closure and traffic management by state police at Route 9 & Roosevelt Boulevard
- Manual traffic control at all on/off ramps of the Garden State parkway on Roosevelt Boulevard
- All vehicle traffic coming into Ocean City over the 34th street bridge will be forced to make the right hand turn at the bottom of the bridge – no left hand turns entering Ocean City.