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Great Lakes Bay Trail Mix Rides 2023

Sunday, September 24, 2023, 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC-05:00)
Freeland Sports Zone

Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Michael J Colucci
Special Events
Registration is not Required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Join the Tri-City Cyclists for Rides to the Great Lakes Bay Regional Trail Mix Event on Sunday Sept. 24.

Tri-City cyclists are hosting a three rides starting at 9 AM at the Freeland Sports zone and traveling east along the trails. The shorter ride be at about 24 miles at 12-14 mph and stay on the trail. The two longer rides follow the trail and Kochville Rd to the Bay-Zil Trail before returning to the Freeland sports zone along country roads. We will plan to return in time for the Great Lakes Bay Regional Trail Mix lunch. A faster paced (18-20 mph) ~33 mile ride led by Ken Kearns and a more moderately paced (15-16 mph) ~31 mile ride led by Mike Colucci.

These rides and the Trail Mix event are a great opportunity to connect with other TCC members and supporters of the GLBRT. During the lunch, GLBRT President, Rob Eggers will present the current state of the trails.

Register for the Trial Mix event at For the registration you get, snacks along the trail, the cookout, a t-shirt and provide support to the Great Lakes Bay Regional Trail Network. While registration for the event is not necessary to join our ride, it is a great way to support the regional trail network.

Join us on Sunday Sept. 24th for the TCC Trail Mix Group Rides and the Great Lakes Bay Regional Trail Mix event to support maintenance costs for our Regional Trail Network. If you can’t make the rides in the morning you can still register for the event/ cookout and support the Great Lakes Bay Regional Trail.