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Ride the Keweenaw 2015

Posted by Bobkie on May 9, 2015

submitted by Lori Hauswirth, here IMBA Associate Region Director, drugs Copper Harbor Executive Director

Ride the Keweenaw – May 22nd, 23rd, and 24th

For over five years, the riding season in the greater Houghton and Keweenaw County region has kicked off in a big way with the Ride the Keweenaw event. Originally planned around group rides to showcase the diverse riding in the region, the event has grown into an extended weekend that celebrates mountain biking. There are five great

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Video: Cold Rolled

Posted by Ryan LaBar on March 24, 2015
Cold Rolled Fat Bike Video

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With winter on its way out, and crust riding at an all-time awesome, we figured we would end the fatbiking season by watching Cold Rolled.

Film Info:

Cold Rolled: Marquette Michigan’s Snow Bike Route, is a quirky action documentary from Clear & Cold Cinema, Salsa Cycles and that explores the history

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Copper Harbor Happenings

Posted by admin on March 17, 2015

Mountain biking in Michigan’s northern-most community continued to gain momentum in 2012. On the heels of an early arrival of spring, search the season “officially” began with the annual Ride the Keweenaw event held over Memorial Day Weekend. It featured a ribbon cutting and dedication for the bronze level International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) “Ride Center” designation awarded to the Copper Harbor Trails in the fall of 2011. With the support of IMBA and Trek Bicycles, check pro-riders

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Top 5 for: All-Day Rides

Posted by admin on March 17, 2015
North Trails - Marquette Mi

Copper Harbor – IMBA Epic Ride

There are multiple ways to spend all day riding Copper Harbor. For those who like a specified route, IMBA linked together the trails to create an Epic Trail (Copper Harbor Loop, Garden Brook, Woopidy Woo, Garden Brook, Blue Trail, Dza Beet, Here We Go, Ma Maki, Say Hello, Dza Beet, Simeh, De Deet, Red Trail, Clark Mine Road, Paul’s Plunge, John Lincoln Green, Manganese Road, Ma Maki, Der we Went, Stairway to Heaven, Copper Harbor

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Ride Like a Girl

Posted by admin on March 17, 2015
Ride Like a Girl pic

What does it mean to, “Ride like a girl?”

It is getting together on a warm summer morning for couple hours away from work, kids, significant others and the house to cut loose with a group of friends. It is taking the time to talk about relationships, recipes, bras and stuff that “knocks your socks off” and then falling into a fit of uncontrollable laughter and state “I bet the guys don’t do this on their rides.” It is sharing

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U.P. Youth Programs Flourish

Posted by admin on March 17, 2015
Youth Mountain Bike Program

There are several opportunities for youth to get involved in mountain biking across the Upper Peninsula. Listed below are several of the programs offered in Marquette and Keweenaw counties. The descriptions were provided by the organizers directly or their website and Facebook pages.

Keweenaw Junior Mountain Biking, Houghton/Hancock

For over 10 years, the Keweenaw Junior Mountain Biking has been getting kids ages 8 to 18 out on the local trails. Supported by Portage Health with volunteers from Cross Country Sports, Keweenaw Trekkers

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Posted by admin on March 17, 2015

Long before mountain bikes, stomach cyclists were pedaling beefed up road bikes through the mud. The sport is called cyclocross, cialis traditionally spelled cyclo-cross and modernly referred to as CX. Its roots go back to France in the early 1900s. Used by professional roadies to keep conditioned during the off season the traditional CX season starts in late September and can go into February.

Cyclocross races in the Upper Peninsula started to gain popularity around 2005 and have continued

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Munising Bay Trail Network

Posted by admin on March 17, 2015

Munising Bay Trail Network (MBTN) is a newly established organization focused on building a singletrack trail system in Munising and the surrounding areas. MBTN was originated from an idea formed between two individuals (Rob Lundquist and Mike Verhamme). They had a vision that the hills surrounding Munising would be a phenomenal riding (or hiking) experience. They could see the potential in the lay of the land and the type of single track trail that could be built there.

Together they went

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Nowhere To Hide

Posted by admin on March 17, 2015

Quite Frank, try With Frank Louis

Recently, buy cialis old Frank found himself across the pond with his bicycle riding on one of the most storied stretches of terrible road known to the cycling world: The Cobbles Of Paris-Roubaix.

Long known as the “Hell Of The North” the race doesn’t actually start in Paris anymore, find but it still winds its way through the French country side on farm roads that pre date Napoleon, to the gritty city of

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