Michigander Registration ends 7/7

Are you looking for an unforgettable summer getaway? The 2014 Michigander Bicycle Tour is the perfect vacation for bicyclists, adventurers, trail-lovers and more, as we explore the magnificent summers that Michigan offers.

This July 12-18, bicyclists will tour pure Michigan from two wheels, choosing between 2-, 6- and 7-day ride options. The family friendly 2-day ride and 7-day tour takes off in Farwell on the paved Pere Marquette Trail, while the 6-day ride continues to the Fred Meijer White Pine State Park, the Betsie Valley Trail, Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail, Leelanau Trail, and Tart Trail. The ride includes baggage transport, snack and water stops, two meals a day and evening entertainment at campsites.

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Courtesy of MTGA.


Riders will pedal through award-winning scenery, including Leland, voted second “Best Place to Watch a Sunset” by USA Today and Sleeping Bear Dunes, winner of Good Morning America’s “The Most Beautiful Place in America”.

This year’s “True North” bicycle tour will showcase some of the most popular towns in Michigan. Thousands travel to Traverse City and Leland during all four seasons–they are both well-known for their restaurants, wineries, breweries, boutiques and beaches. Cadillac is home to nearly 500,000 acres of state and national forests, whose residents take pride in the natural wonders that their home offers. Point Betsie Lighthouse in Frankfort is one of the most photographed lighthouses in Michigan and is rich in history and breathtaking views.

Are you ready to ride with us? Registration ends on July 7. You won’t want to miss this beautiful ride! http://michigantrails.org/michigander-bike-tour


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