PFW RIDES RESUME. See the news article linked here, or check your email.
We offer over 800 rides annually
for cyclists at all levels, and have over 400 routes available in the PFW Route Library
. Feel free to check our ride calendar to review current ride listings. Nonmembers are invited to join our rides, but insurance requirements allow one ride before joining the club. Annual membership fees are $25 for individuals and $35 for families. Note that helmets are required and your bike must be in good working condition. Members also are invited to attend several social events that occur throughout the year, and have access to the PFW Route Library (email the PFW Webguy
if you are a member who would like the invitation). About the Princeton Free Wheelers
Club members please note: there are sections of the site that are only visible if you are LOGGED IN as a CLUB MEMBER.
Email the PFW WebGuy
if you need direction.
Interested in one of the routes on the RideWithGPS page, but there's no cue sheet? Club members now have access to the RideWithGPS Trace
feature. Check out this page on RideWithGPS
for more info.
The new, updated (and comprehensive) Ride Leader Guide
is available from the "Leader Resources" button at left.
See the News Item
about the Canal Road Franklin Walk & Roll Road Closings.
Club Ride Data
and Financial Data
, presented at the March 2020 Membership Meeting, is available to logged-in members; see the menu item "2019 Member Data" at the "Member Resources" button at left.
Members can download this Mileage Chart in Excel format
. It has instructions and several features.
Get a jump on rides later in the season at the updated Local/Regional Events
page, available from the Upcoming
button at left.
We received scans of seven pages from "The Wind"
, the publication from 1893
of the Mercer County Wheelmen
, a bike club from over 100 years ago. See 'em on the "Mercer Wheelmen 1893" page, linked under "Good Reads" at left.
Visit the Princeton Freewheelers Facebook page. Great place to see cycling related posts, road closures, Safety tips and several interesting club member's blogs. To access our page, click on the button below: