Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Register for the 2009 Michigander Bicycle Tour

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from Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance

Register now for the 2009 Michigander Bicycle Tour to venture across some of Michigan’s scenic rail trails and back roads. This family-friendly ride will take place on the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail, Pere Marquette Railtrail, White Pine Railtrail and Saginaw Valley Trail. Riders will have the option of biking for two , seven or six days across mostly paved paths for an average of 35-55 miles per day. All routes this year will be circle tours, with the start and finish lines in Edmore, Michigan

Michigander Bicyle Tour is a ride for everybody. Both experienced and beginner cyclists as well as kids from 8 to 86 years old have thoroughly enjoyed the Michigander adventure. It is a tour ideal for hybrid, mountain and road bikes with a fully paved route option available. It’s a family-friendly ride that includes camping, two meals provided every day, shuttle service for your baggage, support service, and rest stops. The route will be on trails and low-traffic back roads in between the trails. The 35-55 mile days allow for lots of time.

The two day ride is July 11-12, and travels from Edmore to Greenville and back. The seven day ride also begin in Edmore, and the six day ride joins this group on July 12.

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Sandy said...

Sounds like fun, been years since my and my knees have riden any distance. Hubby and I bought each other 10 speed bikes for our wedding presents. We actually had to go out of town to get them, back in the day, there was quite a waiting list to get them.

Stop in for a visit, welcome mats always out.

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

Hi Sandy- These rides are very popular and well supported. They are also too pricey for us.

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