Monday, June 3, 2013

Cape May

I just came back from a long weekend in Cape May. What a great place to ride. We stayed in a campground 4 miles from Cape May Island beaches and Historic town. All is flat except for the West Cape Bridge onto the island. Biking in Cape May is a favorite pastime among visitors and locals, and one of the easiest ways to get around.  Cape May Is;land is only about 4.5 by 2.5 miles.  It is a great walking town and even better biking town. Bikes are everywhere with share the road signs, designated bike lanes and bike rentals . There are more bikes than cars and plenty of bike racks to lock things up. It's so flat and easy to ride even my wife enjoyed it. The main bike of choice are single speed beach cruisers. It's the easiest way to shop and dine. Add a trailer and toting beach supplies is a snap. If you want more scenic miles head north over the bridge and tour miles of the Delaware Bay or ride up the coast to Wildwood Beach and further. 

Village Bike Shop

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