Proceeds from the Hell of Hunterdon will support the following organizations
D&R Greenway Land Trust is a central New Jersey non-profit land preservation organization. They permanently preserve watershed lands and large-scale landscapes, thereby preventing the loss of open space to development. Their operating region consists of over 1,500 square miles, encompassing portions of the Delaware, Raritan and Millstone River watersheds and the Delaware & Raritan Canal. They have generously allowed the Hell of Hunterdon to use their Northern Stony Brook Reserve as our Feed Zone this year.
The Philadelphia Cyclocross School (PCS) is an organization founded on two simple goals: (1) Introduce and provide support for a group of young and talented European cyclocross riders to American culture, while (2) raising the level of competition on the domestic cyclocross circuit. The result is a cultural exchange program with an Elite Espoir (U23) Developmental Team and a junior (U19) program.
Second Life Bikes is a biking community center in Asbury Park, NJ where people connect to each other, build skills, join group bike rides, learn bike safety, and create bike art and custom designs that can support new social enterprises. Their mission is to get more people (especially youth) on bikes, more often, while encouraging people to repurpose old bikes and bike parts, rather than discard them.
We are conducting a bikes/parts/accessory drive for Second Life Bikes. Please bring your no longer needed/wanted bicycling items that are collecting dust to the Hell of Hunterdon for them to repurpose. They gladly accept items of all types.
Created 23 years ago, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Team In Training (TNT), has grown to be the world’s largest and most successful endurance sports charity training program. Since 1988, when the first team of TNT marathoners was formed, the program has helped more than 570,000 people achieve their dream of completing a marathon, half marathon, triathlon, 100-mile (century) bicycle ride or hike adventure, and those participants have raised a remarkable $1.3 billion.