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You may register at packet pick up Friday from 5-7 pm and Saturday from 7-9 am, outside of the Sweet Spot on 3rd and Clay Downtown Muskegon

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Ride with us on June 18, 2016 as we join Bike to Work Week's line up of healthy biking events and partner with Taste of Muskegon for a WatchMuskegon kind of day!

Choose from a 25, 50, or 100 mile route, get registered, and start raising pledges! Pledge proceeds will provide bikes for children and work transportation for those in need.

The 100 mile riders start at 8:00 am in front of the Culinary Institute of Michigan (corner of Clay and 3rd in downtown Muskegon), followed by the 25 and 50 mile riders at 9:00 am.  Rest stops along all routes offer water, gatorade, and snacks to keep our riders refreshed and fueled up. Support for riders is available via our SAG vehicles and at the finish area until 5:00 pm; rest stop times will be noted in the rider information packets.  Learn more about the routes and see maps here.

As part of our new partnership with Taste of Muskegon, United Way is handling registration for this year's Taste of Muskegon Folks and Spokes Family Ride.  This ride is for those who simply want to enjoy a short, all ages ride at no cost.  Ride will leave from Heritage Landing at 10:00 am.  Hosts from City Hub Cyclery will lead riders along the bike trail to Hartshorne Marina and back, returning for Taste of Muskegon festivities in Hackley Park. Register the day of the event at Heritage Landing, beginning at 9:30 am.

The food and festivities of Taste of Muskegon will greet riders on their return to Hackley Park in downtown Muskegon. Participants will receive 10 tickets to use at their favorite Taste of Muskegon vendors!

Click here to register and set up your personal fundraising page online. Be sure to register by May 18 to get your rider jersey in time for the ride!

Paper forms: Registration  Pledge Form  Waiver

 

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