Motorcycle Riding In NJ

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Ride east to the Jersey Shore and the Garden State with top routes for motorcycle riding in NJ as selected by REVER. Situated on the Atlantic Coast between the major metro areas of New York and Philadelphia, New Jersey features diverse geography including mountain towns like Montague and coastal playgrounds like Atlantic City. New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the US, which means you might have to get a little creative in the search for uncrowded motorcycle routes in NJ. But not to worry, REVER will connect you to the best motorcycle roads in NJ located in both the highlands and the Jersey Shore. Just select one of the top rides below to get started.

Atlantic City is the most popular destination on the Jersey Shore.
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Tips For The Best Motorcycle Roads In NJ

Uncover top NJ motorcycle rides with ease when you download the REVER App. It is free to get started, and you can set off on a ride right away. Simply choose from an ever-growing collection of epic routes around the country. Or if you like to go your own way, start tracking your own touring adventures in your neck of the woods. But for the best riding experience, nothing beats REVER Pro. Power up your rides today with premium features like turn by turn and voice navigation, mobile route planning, premium map styles and access to a world of Pro Perks. You can also utilize live weather radar and alerts to stay on top of changing weather conditions throughout your ride. Choose the Get Pro option to start your engines with REVER Pro.

You can expect predictable conditions on New Jersey motorcycle rides most of the time, but there are a few things you can do to prepare. Summers are hot and humid in New Jersey, especially in the northeast, south and central regions. Suit up in breathable motorcycle gear before you head out. Rain isn't a large threat in New Jersey, but have that rain gear ready in case a summer thunderstorm threatens. What can be severe is the rare hurricane or nor'easter that hits the coast, so set up those REVER Pro weather alerts to know before you go. The winters are pretty cold in NJ, but keep an eye on the forecast for an occasional warm day that offers a chance to get the bike out of the garage.  

New Jersey Attractions

New Jersey is perhaps most famous for its coastline, and boardwalks featuring shops, arcades and amusement parks are the perfect place to begin your visit. The most popular of these is Atlantic City with its four mile boardwalk that was first established way back in 1870. Today Atlantic City is the second most popular gambling destination in the US aside from Las Vegas. But there is more to see in Atlantic City than just casinos. Other sites include the Steel Pier amusement park located out on a 1,000 ft. pier, Absecon Lighthouse towering over the city at 171 ft. and the World War I memorial built in 1922. At the southern tip of New Jersey is another boardwalk town in Cape May. This town is known for its large, clean beaches that provide a departure from the crowded beaches in northern coastal cities. If you want to see what the New Jersey barrier islands looked like before they were developed with boardwalks, ride over to Island Beach State Park to see 3,000 acres of undeveloped beaches, maritime forests and tall sand dunes. Speaking of remote areas, New Jersey features over one million acres of remote forests in the Pine Barrens area. Better yet, there are over 1000 miles of dirt roads to explore if you have an ADV setup. The best place to start is Wharton State Forest. You can explore deep pine forests unique to this region as well as swamps and cranberry bogs in the area.

Jersey City lies right across the Hudson River from Manhattan, NY.
Parts of New Jersey can catch both sunrises and sunsets.
Cape May lies at the southern tip of New Jersey.

REVER's Top New Jersey Motorcycle Roads

Delaware River Ride

Ride along the River Trenton and back. Thanks to Liam Traver for the ride!

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Delaware Water Gap

The Delaware Water Gap is a water gap on the border of the U.S. states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania where the Delaware River cuts through a large ridge of the Appalachian Mountains. The gap constitutes the southern portion of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, which is used primarily for recreational purposes, such as rafting, canoeing, swimming, fishing, hiking, and rock climbing.

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