One Helluva Ride

. July 1, 2015.
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Brave cyclists will assemble to take on a 100 mile bike-ride through Hell… Michigan. The 39th annual tour is presented by the Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society, featuring scenic paved roads in Washtenaw, Ingham, Jackson and Livingston counties. Not up for taking on Hell? Riders can choose from six different loop routes, four of which –  39, 64, 75, and 100 miles-  start at the Chelsea Fairgrounds. The other two are 15 to 32 mile rides, starting at Portage Lake State Park.

6:45am – noon, Saturday, July 11. $12/under age 17, $25-$35/adult. Chelsea Fairgrounds, 10501 W. Old US Highway 12. Portage Lake State Park, 11500 Seymour Rd., Waterloo. aabts.org

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