Start Location Information
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75- & 100-mile start I 45-mile start I 25-mile start I Sunday Ocean City start I Rider number pick up
Ride requirements I Ocean City experience and finish line
PATCO Woodcrest Station
5:30 a.m. Check-in
ALL CYCLISTS MUST BE ON THE ROAD BY 8 A.M.
>Cyclists will do a staggered start based on riding speed and route option.
>Any cyclists arriving after 8 a.m. will be bused to the first rest stop after checking in.
Atlantic Commerce Center
8:30 a.m. Check-in
ALL CYCLISTS MUST BE ON THE ROAD BY 9:30 a.m.
*The 45-Mile start in Hammonton is a separate location from the Hammonton Lunch Stop at Kramer Beverage. You CANNOT start your ride at the lunch stop.
Oakcrest High School
7:30 a.m. Check-in
ALL CYCLISTS MUST BE ON THE ROAD BY 8:30 a.m.
*This is NOT the Mays Landing Rest Stop at the Davies Middle School
6:30 a.m. Route Open
ALL CYCLISTS MUST BE ON THE ROAD BY 8 a.m.
*THE ON ROUTE BRIDGE OUT OF OCEAN CITY WILL BE CLOSING FOR THE OCNJ HALF MARATHON*
- You must be at least 12 years of age by the day of the ride.
- Bicycle tagalongs, trailers and carriers are NOT permitted for cyclists of any age.
You must have your required minimum $300 donation. You may bring this in your day-of-event money turn-in envelope, which will be mailed to you prior to the event. Extras will be provided that morning.
- You should allow at least one hour for rider number pick-up prior to getting on the road. No cyclists will be permitted on the route without a rider number.
- You should fill out the emergency contact information on the back of your rider number before getting on the route.
Attach your luggage tag on your bag and drop it off at the luggage tent/truck. We will transport your luggage to the finish line each day. All luggage is dropped off at the luggage tent on Saturday in Ocean City. On Sunday, luggage will go to PATCO.
What you need, and don't need, to bring
Click here to find out what to pack.
Be courteous. Be responsible. Be safe!
The dangerous actions of a few can jeopardize the future of this ride for all. Bike MS provides the necessary tools to educate all City to Shore cyclists on proper riding etiquette but it’s up to YOU to become a responsible cyclist. Remember, roads are open ride weekend and we are GUESTS in the communities we ride through. We need you to spread the word to your fellow cyclists and teammates and protect the integrity of the ride.
Bring meaning to your ride:
Don't forget to wear the orange ribbon included in your rider number packet during ride weekend. Even if you don't have a personal connection to MS currently, you are riding for someone by participating in City to Shore. Meet our 2013 champions.
Your Ocean City experience
Located between 5th & 6th at the Boardwalk, the Ocean City finish line is the most festive party around!
After crossing the finish line to the cheers of hundreds of spectators, all cyclists are invited to the finish line party. See a live band, collect your t-shirt and completer medal, and much more. Invite your family and friends to join in the fun!
Continue creating memories even after the ride has ended and make the most of everything Ocean City has to offer. Check out our tips and don't miss the many promotions available on the boardwalk, downtown, and at the various restaurants in the area. Click here for details.
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