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Old 01-29-19, 06:23 AM
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Tuckahoe Gravel Grinder

Come check out some South Jersey gravel at the Tuckahoe Gravel Grinder. 38 and 50 mile options available. https://www.bikereg.com/tour-de-tuckahoegravel-grinder
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Nice riding down that way amongst the sand pits. One of those photos looks like it's from the Maurice River area. And Mauricetown itself, with its restored sea captains' houses, is a neat place.
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That photo is from the Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area, which has views of the Ocean City skyline. The ride goes into part of Maurice River Twp. and past the sand pits on Hunters Mill Rd., but doesn't make it into Mauricetown.
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That photo is from the Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area, which has views of the Ocean City skyline. The ride goes into part of Maurice River Twp. and past the sand pits on Hunters Mill Rd., but doesn't make it into Mauricetown.
looks like nice flat fast ride. Never been but i may give ig s try and spend the weekend in Cape May
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I know Hunter's Mill Rd. I do a couple of long weekend tours from Philly to Belleplain State Forest every year.
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I know Hunter's Mill Rd. I do a couple of long weekend tours from Philly to Belleplain State Forest every year.
Is it one long dirt road?
Looks nice I live up NWNJ all hills so flat=good
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