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Green’s Bike Rentals

Green’s provides a wide range of bikes and surreys, making sure you get the bicycle you want. Every customer is approached with a focus on service, family and fun! Now offering free delivery and pick up on all weekly rentals in the Wildwoods!

D R Bradley Bike Rentals

In 1964, Charles Bradley began renting bikes out of a small shack at Rambler & Ocean avenues. He then passed it on to his son, Tom, and now Tom's brother Dan Bradley along with Diana Kondrach have taken over the family business. Dan and Diana want to give you, your family and friends a most enjoyable ride! Let your journey begin here and take the scenic bike path to the Boardwalk, or ride... Read More

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Island Hopping: The Wildwoods

Cape May County is a treasure trove of thrills, games, specialty seafood, happy hour specials, traditional family-style restaurants, beach gear, breakfast spots, sweet treats and relaxing rituals. Yet with its 620-square-mile span, this Jersey Shore county can be quite daunting. With all this ground to cover, where should you even begin? We’re here with our 11th edition of Island Hopping for... Read More

Island Hopping: The Wildwoods

Cape May County is a treasure trove of thrills, games, specialty seafood, happy hour specials, traditional family-style restaurants, beach gear, breakfast spots, sweet treats and relaxing rituals. Yet with its 620-square-mile span, this Jersey Shore county can be quite daunting. With all this ground to cover, where should you even begin? We’re here with our ninth edition of Island Hopping for... Read More

Island Hopping: The Wildwoods

Cape May County is a treasure trove of thrills, games, specialty seafood, happy hour specials, traditional family-style restaurants, beach gear, breakfast spots, sweet treats and relaxing rituals. Yet with its 620-square-mile span, this Jersey Shore county can be quite daunting. With all this ground to cover, where should you even begin? We’re here with our seventh edition of Island Hopping... Read More

Have a Blast on the Boards Morning, Noon & Night

The Wildwoods’ award-winning Boardwalk is 38 blocks of family fun, packed end to end with shops, amusement piers, water parks, eateries, live entertainment and more. Your family can have a blast on the Boardwalk all day long, with plenty to do within its 2.5-mile span!

Take a morning bike ride on the boards and view the Wildwoods from a bike seat every morning until noon!

Spend... Read More

Island Hopping: The Wildwoods

Cape May County is a treasure trove of thrills, games, specialty seafood, happy hour specials, traditional family-style restaurants, beach gear, breakfast spots, sweet treats and relaxing rituals. Yet with its 620-square-mile span, this Jersey Shore county can be quite daunting. With all this ground to cover, where should you even begin? We’re here with our fifth edition of Island Hopping for... Read More

Island Hopping: Stone Harbor

Cape May County is a treasure trove of thrills, games, specialty seafood, happy hour specials, traditional family-style restaurants, beach gear, breakfast spots, sweet treats and relaxing rituals. Yet with its 620-square-mile span, this Jersey Shore county can be quite daunting. With all this ground to cover, where should you even begin? We’re here with our third edition of Island Hopping for... Read More

Where to Ride in Cape May County? Bike Paths, Lanes & Trails

Anxious to see Cape May County up close and personal from a bike seat? Many municipalities have bike paths, lanes or trails that offer safe pedaling for touring or commuting.

A. Seven Mile Island
Avalon and Stone Harbor have bike lanes properly designated. In Stone Harbor on Second Avenue, the path leads north to south. In Avalon where Second Avenue becomes Dune... Read More

Bicycle Rules & Safety Tips

Know the rules of the road! By order of NJ Statute Title 39 Traffic Regulation, bicyclists must:

  • Ride on the right hand side with traffic, not against it.
  • Wear a helmet up to age 17.
  • Use a light at night.
  • Ride single file in traffic.
  • Stop at the sidewalk when exiting an alley.
  • Not use a cell phone while riding.
  • ... Read More