The State of New Jersey does not treat drinking and riding a bicycle as a DWI offense. A person riding a bicycle while impaired by alcohol cannot receive a DWI. However, it does not mean that there are no legal consequences. An individual could be charged with disorderly conduct and taken into protective custody for being publicly intoxicated. If you or someone you know has been charged with a DWI in New Jersey, do not hesitate to contact the Rubas Law Offices. We will help you navigate the intricate workings of the legal system. Call 732-820-4332 (Spring Lake Heights) and 201-448-9866 (Jersey City).