About the Princeton Free Wheelers
The Princeton FreeWheelers (PFW) provide opportunities for recreational bicycling and related activities. PFW promotes safe recreational riding, fellowship among cyclists, advancement of the general interests of cyclists, and education about the rights and responsibilities of cyclists. PFW has rides at levels for the most serious to leisurely cyclists almost every day, all year long. PFW also sponsors social activities for club members and a philanthropy program. PFW runs a cycling Event every August since 1980 that attracts cyclists from all over the East Coast.
Board Meetings are generally the first Monday of the month at 7 PM in the West Conference Room, Princeton Borough Hall, Monument Dr., at SW corner of Nassau St. and US 206. Members are welcome to attend. If you wish to attend and/or have a specific topic to discuss, please contact a board member to request space on the agenda, identify your topic and confirm the meeting place.
Our Board of Trustees for 2019-20:
Program Chair (VP1)
Membership & Database
Ride Captain (VP2)
Members at Large
Click here to access the By Laws as written upon forming the club on Nov 21, 1980 and updated Nov 10, 2003 and March 4, 2019.
The Real Story
By: Dick Bograd
Gear Up '85
Click here to check out materials from the Original Guide to this seminal PFW.
Including All the Routes & More!
Looking for a route to do to celebrate our past?
Maybe just a little something different.
Pick a route, lead a ride, celebrate our heritage!!