Cranksgiving 2016 at Zingerman’s Roadhouse

. November 1, 2016.

Part bike race and part scavenger hunt, Cranksgiving 2016 might be the last chance to hop on a bike before the weather turns. Bikers gather at Zingerman’s Roadhouse to receive their grocery list, and everyone rides around Ann Arbor, visiting specific stores to grab groceries and personal items before rushing back to the finish line. All scavenger hunt items will go to benefit Food Gatherers, EMU’s Swoops Food and Ozone House. There will be an after party with prizes at Wolverine State Brewery following the ride. See the Cranksgiving Facebook page for more details.

Sunday | November 12 | 11:45-2pm
Zingerman’s Roadhouse | 2501 Jackson Ave
Free

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