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Future Events

September, 2021

Friday
24
Greilickville - parking lot behind Subway
9:00 AM
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Ride to Suttons Bay and back via the Leelanau Trail (TART).

Stop for goodies and camaraderie at Chimoski Bakery in SB or wherever. Optional/longer routes available. Base ride 31 miles; maximum miles 50. Text/email/call with actual rides ridden by EOD for Ride Leader to log for you
Friday
24
Young State Park SE end of Lake Charlevoix
3:00 PM
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Join us for the weekend or any of the rides on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday starting at Young State Park, located on the SE end of Lake Charlevoix. Camp at the park or stay in lodging in the area. Riders are responsible for their own accommodations and beverages. The club will provide breakfasts on Saturday and Sundays. Dinners on Saturday and Sunday are optional. Please RSVP if you plan on staying for the weekend joining us for any meals.
Friday
24
Young State Park Spruce Campground near restrooms
5:00 PM
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Start from Young State Park, Spruce Campground, near restrooms. Ride to Boyne City and continue on Boyne City Trail to end, turn around and stop in B.City for dinner. This is a slow social ride.
Saturday
25
Greilickville - parking lot behind Subway
9:00 AM
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Ride the Leelanau trail to Center Highway. Otto to 641 to the boat launch. 641 to Alpers to Eagle Highway. Return on 641.

45ish miles
14-16 mph
Saturday
25
Young State Park Spruce Campground Restrooms
10:00 AM
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Ride around Lake Charlevoix with a stop for lunch in Charlevoix. Take the Ironton ferry($1) to cut off South Arm of lake for 35 miles. Moderate hills. Moderate pace. Faster rides may choose to ride around the south arm for longer ride.
Sunday
26
Darrow Park
9:00 AM
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Casual ride from Darrow Park to Suttons Bay with stops available in Suttons Bay for coffee at several establishments or brunch outside at the Village Inn.

Distance 32-40 miles with optional loop around Lee Pointe
Pace 14-18mph
Terrain Mostly flat with several moderate hills around Lee Pointe

Maps available on the CCCC website. Another option is to take Cherry Bend and RH on Center Road all the way to link up with the trail or go on to Lee Point. A number of long and steep hills on this route.
Sunday
26
East Bay Park
9:00 AM
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Ride the peninsula crossing over several times. 2 stops. Return on west side.

40+ miles
14-16 mph
Sunday
26
Young State Park Spruce Campground Restrooms
10:00 AM
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Start at restrooms in Spruce campground.

Ride route 15 on CCCC Bicycle Map in counter clockwise direction, going through East Jordan. Optional additional miles to add on at end of loop down to East Jordan Boyne City Road.

24 miles with optional addon at end of ride
Sunday
26
Glen Arbor Health Club
1:00 PM
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35-50 mile bike ride around area lakes
Monday
27
Honor Village Park
9:00 AM
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Meet at Honor Park in conjunction with regular ride. Weekly route varies and will be sent via email/text to those riders on Cruiser List. Contact Ride Leader to be included.

Distance Varies depending on route
Pace 10 to under 20 - depends on group
Terrain Varies depending on route, usually mostly flat, or gentle hills
Monday
27
Myles Kimberly Park
10:00 AM
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10:00 start from Myles Kimberly Park. Loop north and then west for a break in Glen Arbor. Here's the map: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37587215

Distance 38.4 miles
Pace 14+ mph
Terrain Flat to rolling to hilly
Monday
27
Central High School - west side parking lot
6:00 PM
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Old Mission Peninsula ride out along East Bay and Return along West Bay. Ride leaves promptly at 6:00 PM.

Beware of High traffic areas and please ride single file in these areas. Especially Center Rd along East Bay and peninsula Drive along West Bay south of Bowers Harbor.
Tuesday
28
Glen Arbor Health Club
9:00 AM
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Ride Leelanau County. 39-60 miles
Wednesday
29
East Bay Park
10:00 AM
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Casual ride out Old Mission Peninsula with many optional routes from 20-41 miles.

Maps available on the CCCC website. Routes available from 20-46 miles.
Standard route from East Bay Park to the OMP lighthouse is 41 miles.

Pace 14-18mph
Terrain Mostly flat with several rolling hills.
Thursday
30
Glen Arbor Health Club
9:00 AM
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Ride Leelanau County. 39-60 miles

October, 2021

Friday
1
Greilickville - parking lot behind Subway
9:30 AM
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Ride to Suttons Bay and back via the Leelanau Trail (TART).

Stop for goodies and camaraderie at Chimoski Bakery in SB or wherever. Optional/longer routes available. Base ride 31 miles; maximum miles 50. Text/email/call with actual rides ridden by EOD for Ride Leader to log for you
Sunday
3
Darrow Park
9:00 AM
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Casual ride from Darrow Park to Suttons Bay with stops available in Suttons Bay for coffee at several establishments or brunch outside at the Village Inn.

Distance 32-40 miles with optional loop around Lee Pointe
Pace 14-18mph
Terrain Mostly flat with several moderate hills around Lee Pointe

Maps available on the CCCC website. Another option is to take Cherry Bend and RH on Center Road all the way to link up with the trail or go on to Lee Point. A number of long and steep hills on this route.
Sunday
3
Vasa Singletrack Trailhead
9:30 AM
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MTN bike ride starts at 9:30 a.m. Pancake breakfast 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Breakfast consists of pumpkin pancakes, blueberry pancakes, bacon, scrambled eggs, fruit, coffee, juice.

Distance Variable - 3, 7, 10+ miles
Pace Variable - all ages and skill levels
Terrain Single track, some hills, sand, etc.

A favorite of local cyclists, this is a ride to celebrate the end of another awesome summer of cycling, enjoying a delicious pancake breakfast with family and friends
MTN bike ride starts at 9:30 a.m., all skill levels, choice of mileage. Breakfast is served from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Event is held rain or shine.
Monday
4
Central High School - west side parking lot
6:00 PM
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30 and 40 mile Rides. Old Mission Peninsula ride out along East Bay and Return along West Bay. Ride leaves promptly at 6:00 PM. Beware of High traffic areas and please ride single file in these areas. Especially Center Rd along East Bay and peninsula Drive along West Bay south of Bowers Harbor.
Wednesday
6
East Bay Park
9:00 AM
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Casual ride out Old Mission Peninsula with many optional routes from 20-41 miles.

Maps available on the CCCC website. Routes available from 20-46 miles.
Standard route from East Bay Park to the OMP lighthouse is 41 miles.

Pace 14-18mph
Terrain Mostly flat with several rolling hills.
Wednesday
6
See description for location
6:00 PM
Sunday
10
Darrow Park
9:00 AM
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Casual ride from Darrow Park to Suttons Bay with stops available in Suttons Bay for coffee at several establishments or brunch outside at the Village Inn.

Distance 32-40 miles with optional loop around Lee Pointe
Pace 14-18mph
Terrain Mostly flat with several moderate hills around Lee Pointe

Maps available on the CCCC website. Another option is to take Cherry Bend and RH on Center Road all the way to link up with the trail or go on to Lee Point. A number of long and steep hills on this route.
Wednesday
13
East Bay Park
9:00 AM
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Casual ride out Old Mission Peninsula with many optional routes from 20-41 miles.

Maps available on the CCCC website. Routes available from 20-46 miles.
Standard route from East Bay Park to the OMP lighthouse is 41 miles.

Pace 14-18mph
Terrain Mostly flat with several rolling hills.
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