The Seashore Lines has partnered with Revolution Rail Company
to bring Railbiking to Cape May City.

Double Railbike (Sits 2): $90.00
Quad Railbike (Sits 4): $160.00

Trip Duration
90 minutes

Boarding Location
Behind 609 Lafayette Street
Cape May, NJ 08024

Need Help - Contact Us
(888) REV-0123  or

What is Railbiking?

Railbiking with Revolution Rail Co. is a fun excursion activity that allows riders to ride the railroad tracks under their own power and explore the outside in a brand new way!

New in 2020, our Cape May run takes riders from the heart of Cape May for a 4 mile out-and-back trip alongside the Garrett Family Preserve. 

Riders check in behind the Welcome Center at 609 Lafayette Street and enjoy the expansive native wildflower meadows and flora, as well as world-class viewing opportunities for migrating songbirds, raptors, and pollinators like bumblebees and monarch butterflies, made possible by the wonderful folks at The Nature Conservancy and the Garrett Family Preserve.

How difficult is it?

Railbiking is accessible for nearly all ages and ability levels and is best enjoyed at a leisurely pace.


There is a 300 lbs weight limit per rider per seat.

There is no minimum age requirement.

Questions  -  Contact Us

Revolution Rail Co. manages the Railbiking from Cape May, NJ and can handle any customer inquiriy at or (888) REV-0123. For more information, you can visit their full website at:


Riders may cancel for a full refund at any time up to 72 hours prior to scheduled departure. You may cancel by sending us an email or by calling us at (888) REV-0123.  

If we cancel for dangerous weather conditions (see below), riders will receive a full refund as well.

Rainy Days

There's an old saying that there's no such thing as bad weather, only insufficient preparation.  Rainy days are a fact of life everywhere and the Jersey Shore is no different - one just needs to be prepared.

We run rain or shine, unless dangerous weather conditions are occurring or imminent, based on the judgment of tour guides at the time of the trip.  Whenever possible, we try to wait out any questionable weather (which does not mean rain!)