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The Michigander Bicycle Tour


Sat July 14 - Sat July 21, 2018
Location: Cheboygan, MI US 49721 Directions
Type: Other, Bike Ride
Meals & Morning Coffee
We serve healthy, fresh food and do our best to ensure everyone has a healthy meal. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options at all meals.

Registered riders receive the following meals:

2-Day Weekend: 2 Breakfast Buffets on Saturday and Sunday
6-Day Tour: 6 Breakfast Buffets; Monday through Saturday and 4 Dinner Buffets; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
8-Day Tour: 8 Breakfasts Buffets; Saturday through Saturday and 4 Dinner Buffets; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

Gourmet Coffee Tent: 5:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
Fresh hot coffee, tea, half and half, 2% milk, soy milk, sugar, sugar in the raw, Splenda

Daily Breakfast: 6:30 a.m. -8:30 a.m.

Sample Breakfast Menu #1


• Assorted pastries, cinnamon rolls & breakfast breads (no toasters)
• Bagels with cream cheese
• Ham, mushroom & cheddar cheese egg casserole
• Vegetarian scrambled eggs (gluten-free)
• Homemade oatmeal with brown sugar, dried cherries & toasted almonds
• Redskin hash browns
• Breakfast sausage
• Fresh fruit display
• Whole bananas & apples
• Assorted cereals
• Single serve milk & juices
• Appropriate condiments

Sample Breakfast Menu #2


• Assorted breads, cinnamon rolls & English muffins
• Herb scrambled eggs
• Biscuits & gravy
• Oatmeal
• Redskin hash browns
• Breakfast ham
• Fresh fruit display
• Yogurts
• Bananas & apples
• Cereals
• Single serve milk & juices
• Appropriate condiments

Dinner: 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.


Please note, there are no dinners provided on the 2-Day Weekend or on Wednesday, July 18 on the 6/8 Day Tours. We will have dining guides and our favorite suggestions to share at the Information Hub so you can explore and eat local in all price ranges.



Sample Dinner Menu #1


• Chicken Piccata
• Penne pasta primavera marinara with parmesan cheese
• Five-Cheese Cavatappi
• Italian vegetable sauté with basil & olive oil
• Fresh baked rolls & butter
• Organic spring greens with vegetables served with balsamic vinaigrette & ranch dressings
• Ice tea & raspberry lemonade
• Homemade cookies, brownies & lemon bars

Sample Dinner Menu #2


• Traditional Barbecue Chicken
• Hamburger, Cheeseburger & Veggie burgers
• Bratwurst
• Appropriate buns & condiments
• Redskin asparagus salad vinaigrette
• Mediterranean vegetable pasta salad
• Potato & tortilla chips
• Organic spring greens with fresh vegetables served with balsamic vinaigrette & ranch dressings
• Ice tea & raspberry lemonade
• Cherry Pie & Cherry Crisp

*Note: Everyone is on their own for dinner on Thursday, July 20, we will provide breakfast and lunch on this day only. Downtown Traverse City has a variety of restaurants at all price points. Check the Information Hub for suggestions or visit www.traversecity.com.

Finish Line 11 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Cheboygan High School

You'll love our Festive Finish Line waved in by checkered flags, music, a cheering squad and more along with cake and lemonade for a ride well done. 

Meals for Non-Riders

If you have additional people traveling with you that would like to take part in the communal meals, they may purchase meals daily or for the full ride. Wristbands for the full ride Meal Packages will be available for purchase at registration. All persons entering the dining area must have a wristband or handstamp, no exceptions.

Guest Meal Pricing:

  • Breakfast: $10 per adult, $5 child 7-13, free under 7
  • Dinner: $15 per person $8 child 7-13, free under 7
  • 2-Day Michigander Meal Package: 2 Breakfast Buffets on Saturday and Sunday; $30 per adult, $15 child 7-13, free under 7
  • 6-Day Michigander Meal Package: $125 per adult, $100 child 7-13, free under 7, includes 6 breakfasts and 4 dinners.
  • 8-Day Michigander Meal Package: $155 adult, $115 child 7-13, free under 7, included 8 breakfasts and 4  dinners.

***We cannot provide food storage in any of the kitchens along the route. If you have special dietary needs, please email us to discuss how we can assist you.

***Some food items may have been manufactured in a facility that also processes milk, egg, peanuts and tree nut products. Unfortunately, those with severe tree nut allergies must make other meal arrangements. Email us to discuss options.

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