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This blog is just about bikes and Morristown, New Jersey, in the broadest and vaguest sense.  Anyone is welcome to comment.  If you would like to be a poster or just have something to share, please just drop an email to morristownpedalpushers@gmail.com.  

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  1. :)

  2. Hello, i am coming up to my camp on black lake this weekend and wanted to do some biking. I was so pleased to find your blog about morristown. do you have any suggestion on a nice and easy route. there will be four of us and can drive to morristown in 10 minutes. Thank you much

  3. You wanna ride from Mo’town up to Black Lake? or just ride around Mo’town?

  4. I just discovered this blog website. I live in Portland, Oregon which is one of the premier bike riding places in the country. I love it here and don’t think I would have really started bicycling if I lived somewhere else. I grew up in Morristown and glad to see that there is some great bike activity and participation there.

  5. Hi, I’m new to Morristown, and I just found your blog.
    Do you know of any community rides around town?
    Also, any good biking that you can reccomend?

  6. Hi Kendra,

    Thought you might be interested in this:

    On March 19, Visit the EcoCenter site — 55 Bank Street, Morristown, NJ — For a Sustainable Leadership Forum Special Presentation

    We’re pleased to announce that our March 19 SLF meeting will now be at the site of the proposed EcoCenter in Morristown; however, we’re limiting the event to the first 40 people, so please RSVP if you haven’t already done so.

    A number of our professionals and several local residents will join us for a presentation on the planning and design of the Morristown EcoCenter; as sustainability leaders and advocates your input and participation are welcome and appreciated.

    The existing 20,000-SF former auto dealership will house an organic restaurant — a first in Morris County — along with a “food hub,” consisting of a walk-in cooler for fresh, local produce; a commercial kitchen and “food discovery center”; educational programming on urban agriculture, and so on, creating a facility that is seeding sustainability and sustainable enterprise in Morristown and the surrounding region. An additional 10,000 square feet of rooftop commercial greenhouse space will be added, along with a range of innovative technologies designed to conserve energy, recycle water and other resources, and grow food, flowers, and native species on site.

    RSVP to rsvp@slforum.org.

    In addition to presenting the plans and ideas, we’ll be focusing on the opportunities for individuals and organizations to become involved. Please join us for a tour and discussion of this visionary project. Click here for an invitation, and visit the new Morristown EcoCenter web site at http://www.MorristownEcoCenter.com.


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