The Edgar Felix Bikeway
runs from Historic Allaire Village (Wall, Monmouth County, New Jersey)
in Wall Township to the seaside community of Manasquan in eastern Monmouth County. The route follows an abandoned railroad right-of-way, now paved. The smooth surface allows for use by all types of bicycles. This is a moderately to heavily trafficked multi-use trail, and you can expect to encounter just about anything with two or more wheels along the way. It's a good idea to ride slowly. In many places, the path runs right next to private property, and local residents in the area seem to regard it as an extension of their own backyards.
There are a few access points to this trail...
On Atlantic Ave, there is a parking lot right near the Spring Meadow Golf Course entrance.
There is a small lot off of Hospital Rd. Please note the parking lot I mention is NOT the main Allaire State Park (Wall, Monmouth County, New Jersey)
lot on hospital.
Another lot (that I know about) is located right in the center of Allenwood near the general store. This lot will also offer access (by riding down the road) to Manasquan River Wildlife Management Area (Allenwood, Monmouth County, New Jersey)
Route 18 Bike Path
About halfway between the Rt 34 and 35 bridges, you will find an extension to the trail. Commonly referred to as the Route 18 Bike Path, it stretches another 2+ miles north deep into Wall. It crosses a few roads, directs you through a nice marsh, through some fields, and ends up dropping you into the Wall Muni Complex Fields (Wall, Monmouth County, New Jersey)