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July, 2024

Tuesday
2
Hebron to Walworth Hebron Park (at Police station)
8:30 AM
Tuesday
2
Main Street Bicycles
6:00 PM
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Tuesday Evening Trail Ride
Thursday
4
Saturday
6
Veteran's Park
8:30 AM
Tuesday
9
Hebron Police Station Parking Lot
8:30 AM
Tuesday
9
Main Street Bicycles
6:00 PM
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Tuesday Evening Trail Ride
Thursday
11
Bull Valley ride from MCC NE Corner parking lot
8:30 AM
Saturday
13
Grassy Lake Forest Preserve
8:00 AM
Saturday
13
Rock Cut State Park
3:00 PM
Sunday
14
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Although we have had a pretty even mix of campers and motellers in the past, a new tradition is starting this year: The MCBC campers may be a thing of the past but the bicycling will go on! All you need to do is make lodging arrangments for the days you would like to attend. Several folks will arrive Sunday afternoon and depart on Friday morning but you are free to come and go on your schedule. However, try to obtain your lodging in the vicinity of Baileys Harbor as ride routes will generally start and planned dinners will be located there. Most lodging in the Door peninsula is not far by car so you can stay most anywhere. You can always camp if you wish as there are a few nearby campgrounds.

In addition to the four days of planned bicycle rides to breakfast spots in the morning, there are always plenty of things to do and see in Door County. One evening we plan on attending a play performed in the woodsy outdoor theater in Peninsula State Park. In addition there are light house tours, hiking trails, boat and kayak tours, beaches and much more to occupy your non bicycling hours. Lots of highly regarded shopping spots are also to be found so your visit to Door County can be as busy or restful as you like.

As the county is a popular destination in the summer, it is best to obtain your lodging reservations as soon as you can. If you have any questions or advice please let me know.

Mike
Monday
15
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Although we have had a pretty even mix of campers and motellers in the past, a new tradition is starting this year: The MCBC campers may be a thing of the past but the bicycling will go on! All you need to do is make lodging arrangments for the days you would like to attend. Several folks will arrive Sunday afternoon and depart on Friday morning but you are free to come and go on your schedule. However, try to obtain your lodging in the vicinity of Baileys Harbor as ride routes will generally start and planned dinners will be located there. Most lodging in the Door peninsula is not far by car so you can stay most anywhere. You can always camp if you wish as there are a few nearby campgrounds.

In addition to the four days of planned bicycle rides to breakfast spots in the morning, there are always plenty of things to do and see in Door County. One evening we plan on attending a play performed in the woodsy outdoor theater in Peninsula State Park. In addition there are light house tours, hiking trails, boat and kayak tours, beaches and much more to occupy your non bicycling hours. Lots of highly regarded shopping spots are also to be found so your visit to Door County can be as busy or restful as you like.

As the county is a popular destination in the summer, it is best to obtain your lodging reservations as soon as you can. If you have any questions or advice please let me know.

Mike
Tuesday
16
Park at the public lot at Jefferson and Calhoun Streets.
8:30 AM
Tuesday
16
More Info
Less Info

Although we have had a pretty even mix of campers and motellers in the past, a new tradition is starting this year: The MCBC campers may be a thing of the past but the bicycling will go on! All you need to do is make lodging arrangments for the days you would like to attend. Several folks will arrive Sunday afternoon and depart on Friday morning but you are free to come and go on your schedule. However, try to obtain your lodging in the vicinity of Baileys Harbor as ride routes will generally start and planned dinners will be located there. Most lodging in the Door peninsula is not far by car so you can stay most anywhere. You can always camp if you wish as there are a few nearby campgrounds.

In addition to the four days of planned bicycle rides to breakfast spots in the morning, there are always plenty of things to do and see in Door County. One evening we plan on attending a play performed in the woodsy outdoor theater in Peninsula State Park. In addition there are light house tours, hiking trails, boat and kayak tours, beaches and much more to occupy your non bicycling hours. Lots of highly regarded shopping spots are also to be found so your visit to Door County can be as busy or restful as you like.

As the county is a popular destination in the summer, it is best to obtain your lodging reservations as soon as you can. If you have any questions or advice please let me know.

Mike
Tuesday
16
Main Street Bicycles
6:00 PM
More Info
Less Info
Tuesday Evening Trail Ride
Wednesday
17
More Info
Less Info

Although we have had a pretty even mix of campers and motellers in the past, a new tradition is starting this year: The MCBC campers may be a thing of the past but the bicycling will go on! All you need to do is make lodging arrangments for the days you would like to attend. Several folks will arrive Sunday afternoon and depart on Friday morning but you are free to come and go on your schedule. However, try to obtain your lodging in the vicinity of Baileys Harbor as ride routes will generally start and planned dinners will be located there. Most lodging in the Door peninsula is not far by car so you can stay most anywhere. You can always camp if you wish as there are a few nearby campgrounds.

In addition to the four days of planned bicycle rides to breakfast spots in the morning, there are always plenty of things to do and see in Door County. One evening we plan on attending a play performed in the woodsy outdoor theater in Peninsula State Park. In addition there are light house tours, hiking trails, boat and kayak tours, beaches and much more to occupy your non bicycling hours. Lots of highly regarded shopping spots are also to be found so your visit to Door County can be as busy or restful as you like.

As the county is a popular destination in the summer, it is best to obtain your lodging reservations as soon as you can. If you have any questions or advice please let me know.

Mike
Thursday
18
Thelen Park on Winn Road
8:00 AM
Thursday
18
More Info
Less Info

Although we have had a pretty even mix of campers and motellers in the past, a new tradition is starting this year: The MCBC campers may be a thing of the past but the bicycling will go on! All you need to do is make lodging arrangments for the days you would like to attend. Several folks will arrive Sunday afternoon and depart on Friday morning but you are free to come and go on your schedule. However, try to obtain your lodging in the vicinity of Baileys Harbor as ride routes will generally start and planned dinners will be located there. Most lodging in the Door peninsula is not far by car so you can stay most anywhere. You can always camp if you wish as there are a few nearby campgrounds.

In addition to the four days of planned bicycle rides to breakfast spots in the morning, there are always plenty of things to do and see in Door County. One evening we plan on attending a play performed in the woodsy outdoor theater in Peninsula State Park. In addition there are light house tours, hiking trails, boat and kayak tours, beaches and much more to occupy your non bicycling hours. Lots of highly regarded shopping spots are also to be found so your visit to Door County can be as busy or restful as you like.

As the county is a popular destination in the summer, it is best to obtain your lodging reservations as soon as you can. If you have any questions or advice please let me know.

Mike
Friday
19
More Info
Less Info

Although we have had a pretty even mix of campers and motellers in the past, a new tradition is starting this year: The MCBC campers may be a thing of the past but the bicycling will go on! All you need to do is make lodging arrangments for the days you would like to attend. Several folks will arrive Sunday afternoon and depart on Friday morning but you are free to come and go on your schedule. However, try to obtain your lodging in the vicinity of Baileys Harbor as ride routes will generally start and planned dinners will be located there. Most lodging in the Door peninsula is not far by car so you can stay most anywhere. You can always camp if you wish as there are a few nearby campgrounds.

In addition to the four days of planned bicycle rides to breakfast spots in the morning, there are always plenty of things to do and see in Door County. One evening we plan on attending a play performed in the woodsy outdoor theater in Peninsula State Park. In addition there are light house tours, hiking trails, boat and kayak tours, beaches and much more to occupy your non bicycling hours. Lots of highly regarded shopping spots are also to be found so your visit to Door County can be as busy or restful as you like.

As the county is a popular destination in the summer, it is best to obtain your lodging reservations as soon as you can. If you have any questions or advice please let me know.

Mike
Saturday
20
Veteran's Park, Genoa City
8:00 AM
Sunday
21
Rock Cut State Park
9:00 AM
Tuesday
23
Main Street Bicycles
6:00 PM
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Tuesday Evening Trail Ride
Saturday
27
Busse Wood Boating Center
10:00 AM
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Join us for a relaxing social paddle on the water! We welcome kayakers of all skill levels. Kayak rentals are available on a first-come, first-served basis - reservations are not possible, so please plan accordingly if you need to rent a boat. Need to know: We plan to launch at the posted start time, so arrive early to get your personal kayak ready. If you‘re renting, come early in case there‘s a line, paperwork, and payment processing. https://fpdcc.com/things-to-do/boating-canoeing-kayaking/#rentals We expect to be on the water for less than 2 hours. Required: Personal flotation devices (PFDs/life jackets) are required to be with you at all times while on the kayaks. We recommend that you wear them. For questions, ride cancellations, and more information, check our website: https://mchenrybicyleclub.org You can also find us on the Meetup app (/mchenry-county-bicycle-club/) or Facebook.