With a fleet of two-wheeled cruisers, Shore Riders Bike Rentals equips beach-going guests to explore the boats, shops, and restaurants of Point Pleasant Beach. Its bikes idle, anxiously waiting to be ridden, in the parking lot of a local italian-ice shop and each cycle sports a delectable paint job that brings to mind scoops of strawberry, lime, and derailleur-flavored ice cream. Locks and helmets are included with each rental to ensure safety for both bike and rider.
Heather Pierce has always been an organized person. Before finding her place at House in Order, Heather put this skill to use as a teacher and owner of a tutoring center. Now, she gives her clients peace of mind while providing services ranging from home organization to errand running and personal shopping.
Scurrying through a field littered with barrels as paintballs whiz through the air. Trudging toward safety through a thick marsh. Rescuing fellow teammates stuck in a military transport vehicle. Players encounter these scenarios and more on Gear-Up Paintball's six outdoor fields, where games of capture the flag and team elimination unfold rain or shine. Participants can adjust their guns and practice their marksmanship at the target range before ducking into the woodsball field's bunkers or sneakily overtaking the castle by coating themselves in paint and posing as the court jester. Afterward, guests can prowl the pro shop for new gear from brand-name manufacturers such as Tippmann and Guerilla Air.
Pushing off from from Waterfront Park, paddlers in kayaks and on standup boards from Freeport Kayak Rentals can go exploring in the surrounding bays. Traverse the waterways to Wampum Island, where you can stop to search for shells or practice etching S.O.S. into the sand. Duos can share rowing duties in tandem kayaks, scoping the waterscape for local wildlife such as egrets, gulls, and other shorebirds. Each rental includes lifejackets and paddles, as well as a brief orientation and safety tips for your journey.
Ray, the co-owner of Ray's Bike Rentals, was a New Jersey State champion bike racer, a race promoter, and ran a bike store for 15 years. Today he's hopped off the seat to give others a chance to ride. He and co-owner Cathy have set up their bike-rental kiosk at the ferry pier in Fort Hancock. They rent beach cruisers, multi-gear bikes, and tandems. For families, they rent kid-size bikes as well as bike carts for children and tag-alongs.