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There will be two support stops or SAG Stops (as we call them).The first is about 10 miles out and riders will have access to water jugs to refill their water bottles, a porta john and have cider and donuts courtesy of American Cycle and Fitness. Their staff will be able to assist with any light bicycle repair needs such as air for tires and minor adjustments.
The second SAG Stop is in downtown Milford in Central Park adjacent to the modern restroom facility on the top of the hill to right as you enter the park. Vincere Cycle will be on hand to assist with any light bicycle needs, air for your tires and other minor adjustments. They are also able to fix flat tires and more complex maintenance for a fee.
The third SAG stop is at the Island Lake/Kensington junction near the modern restrooms. This will be staffed by the Friends of Island Lake.
After Milford, riders will make their way back to downtown South Lyon and end the ride at Witches Hat Brewing where we will pick up a round for all riders and celebrate the day. There will be a great food truck on site serving hand crafted pizzas starting at 1pm as well.
Signal when stopping (especially important to alert the riders behind you).
Announce your presence to other riders when passing with a statement such as “passing on your left."
Yield to slower moving traffic such as equestrians and pedestrains.
This ride is approximately 30 miles. Children must be able to ride their own bicycle this distance or ride with their parents on a tandems, in a child seat, with a burley carts or on a tag-a-longs, no bikes with training wheels will be permitted.
If you are not a member of the Michigan Trails and Greenways Alliance, we invite you to join us to help us continue our mission as the statewide voice for non-motorized trail users, helping people build, connect and promote trails for a healthier and more prosperous Michigan