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Bike Michigan’s Harbor Country

Sunday, September 27, 2020
The Dewey Cannon Trading Co. & Bicycle Museum
722 Green Bay Rd3 Dewey Cannon Ave.
Three Oaks, MI  49128

(269) 756-3361
Additional Info:
Ed Hanlon
847-309-3138 (c)
Free event
Registration is required before Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Total Quantity:
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No Fee
No Fee

Bike Michigan’s Harbor Country

This is a “Drive-n-go”, meet-up trip. Three Oaks (starting & end point) is about a 1.5 hr. drive from downtown Chicago. We’ll meet at 10:30 ET / 9:30 CT at the Dewey Cannon Trading Company & Bicycle Museum.

The self-guided, color-coded and sign-posted routes follow secondary roads. Condition of MI country roads can vary, so participants should be comfortable with riding on back roads. (Participants should be confident road riders or those who want to gain more road riding experience.)

We’ll poll riders in advance on their preferred mileage (32 or 43) in order to focus on the desired route. One option is the Lake Michigan Trail (32 miles), which is rated as green (easy), See route map pdfs at
Printed maps of both route options will be available.

After the ride, you can add-on stops in other local towns-- Michiana, Grand Beach, New Buffalo, Three Oaks, Union Pier, Lakeside, & Harbert.

Where:  Meet at the Dewey Cannon Trading Company & Bicycle Museum.

When:  Sunday, September 27, 2020

Time:   Meetup early enough to leave the lot promptly at 9:30AM (Central)  10:30 AM. (Eastern)

Registration Closes: Friday, September 25, 2020

The number of participants is currently limited to 15 for this event..

Cost:  Free 
Event Leader: Ed Hanlon  Email: