Have a break from the city and just cycle. Cycle on good rural roads with hardly any traffic, crowds or traffic lights.
After some late spring rain our local reservoirs are looking lovely and we all have our "Fingers crossed" that our catchment reservoirs will still look good in March 2020.
The ride will start from our iconic Maryborough Railway station and then travel to 3 large water catchments beginning with Tullaroop Reservoir, followed by Cairn Curran Reservoir before heading across to Laanecoorie Reservoir before riders swing riders back to Maryborough (Vic) to finish at the Maryborough Railway Station.
We are really excited to announce that due to the location of these local reservoirs there will be 3 ride distances on offer!!
The 33km ride (R1R) is to Tullaroop Reservoir and back and is the perfect ride for those just starting out or wanting to have an quick ride.
The 73km ride (R2R) loops through Tullaroop and Cairn Curran Res before returning to Maryborough via Carisbrook and is a great distance for those who are building fitness or wanting a pleasant Sunday ride. The R2R includes a feed stop at Baringhup.
The Rotary 3 Reservoir (R3R) route is the longest ride at 108km and travels past all 3 Reservoirs before returning to the Maryborough Railway Station . This longer ride will take in some beautiful countryside with an constantly changing landscape between reservoirs. Included in the 108km is a feed stop at Baringhup & a drink stop at Laanecoorie Res.
All riders will also be provided with:
FREE.. BBQ sausage & drink for entrants on completion of ride. FREE..raffle ticket for entrants to win a prize donated by
Giant bikes Castlemaine,
Priceline Pharmacy Maryborough &
Dellavedova Wines .
Raffles drawn at 3pm. Prize winners must be present to claim prize.
Light meals available from "Tracks Cafe" at Railway Station. Their main speciality for the day will be pizza and drinks (especially beer). The option to prebook a pizza is available on our ticketing page.
There are also several local eatery options within the immediate area of the Maryborough Railway Station.
Make sure to take advantage to our discounted early bird ticket prices by 22/2/2020 to avoid a $10 price increase.
This is a not for profit event . Because of our awesome volunteers and awesome sponsors 100% of the ticket price will be donated to support local community charities in Maryborough.
Please support our sponsors who support our community.
REMEMBER! The Rotary 3 Reservoir ride is not a race. To reduce congestion on the road and support the safety of all riders the R3R cyclists will start at 9am ,R2R cyclists at 9.05am then R1R cyclists at 9.10am. The ride will not be held back for late arrivals. We suggest matching the distance with your average speed eg 108km distance for av speed 25kph plus , 73km distance for av speed 20-25kph,and 33km distance for av speed 15-20kph.
We hope you can come to our charity ride Sunday 1/3/2020.
The Rotary Club of Marana’s fourth annual Tour de Cookie is the most fun you will ever have on a bicycle, without breaking a sweat.
This is a fundraising event for the many local, national, and international service projects that the Rotary Club of Marana undertakes each year. It is also a time when members of our community can come together for that most scrumptious of American treats: the cookie.
Along a 30-mile loop of the Santa Cruz river bike path, twelve community organizations and businesses will each have a station, where they will be handing out cookies to joyful riders. This is not a race, but a casual ride with great friends, family, and uniquely delicious cookies.
SIGN UP BY FEBRUARY 28th TO BE ENTERED INTO A RAFFLE TO WIN A $100 HMS BIKES GIFT CARD!When?March 14th, 2020. 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Where?Start at Rillito River Park.
Info at http://rotarytourdecookie.org/. Once you have registered, keep track of your registration receipt. Ride packets can be picked up at HMS Bikes (8225 N Courtney Page Way Suite 145) Tuesday through Friday before event.
Want to ride with a group? Team registrations get $5 off each individual registrant. Check out the Sign Up page for more details.
Have a question about Tour de Cookie? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get right back to you.
The Rotary Ride for Research is a six day event with a 3 day/night option available.
The ride is suitable for anyone 18 – 90 who likes great fun and exercise, as well as a challenge in the great outdoors.
Here’s your chance to be part of this great cycling event! In our past rides the cyclists have dealt with the extremes of weather, gentle undulations, galling winds and punctures from bindi’s, but they managed to build up strength and team spirit to continue for the main cause, Riding For Medical Research (through Australian Rotary Health), and discovered they thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
Although a Rotary Project you do not have to be associated with Rotary to join in the ride, anyone can join in!
If you feel that you can’t ride but still want to join in, we always need people to be part of the support crews for each team, so we have a position on the ride for everyone.
Six days/5 nights. Route Distance: approx. 600km riding distance will vary group to group, person to person. A 3 day/night option is available, finishing or starting in Albury.
Participants are encouraged to raise sponsorship of $500 to $1000 to help ARH really make a difference!
Approximately 540km riding over 6 days
Cycling through Victoria’s Western plains, silo towns and diverse countryside.
1) Day 1 – Lake Bolac to Hall’s Gap, (Warm up day).
2) Day 2 – Murtoa to Brim.
3) Day 3 – Patchewollock to Rosebery.
4) Day 4 – Horsham to Ararat.
5) Day 5 – Ararat to Ballarat.
6) Day 6 – Ballarat to Lake Daylesford, (warm down ride).
Come along and enjoy the ride.
Cycle for Sight & Rotary Ride for Veterans now in its 13th year has been the preeminent Napa Valley community cycling event for both local Napa Valley residents and visitors alike. During this time, we have raised over $2.5 million dollars to support our primary beneficiaries The Enchanted Hills Camp for the Blind and post deployment Veteran Services non-profit entities.
We're proud to offer a bike riding experiences for the beginner to the advanced, and everyone in between. Our three scenic courses wind among the vineyards and hills of the world famous Napa Valley. Our post-ride festival, always a hit, features the sounds of band Pride & Joy accompanied by the tastes of local cuisine from Napa Valley restaurants and a bounty of great Napa Valley wineries and micro-breweries.
We have three ride courses: 15, 25 and 50 miles. There's something for every kind of cyclist. All rides are fully supported with SAG vehicles, have rest stops with food, drink, and of course a great community of fellow cyclists. (See the details)
2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the Rotary Club of Napa. The Rotary Club of Napa has supported and raised millions of dollars for local projects including a bike stop, playground equipment, dictionaries, eye glasses for school children, Veterans PTSD programs and much more.
We look forward to another special day on the bike as we celebrate this historic year.
To further acknowledge 100 years of Rotary service to the Napa Valley, the five Rotary Clubs of Napa have joined together to build the “Rotary Peace Park”. The park is being constructed along the Vine Trail which all cyclists will pass by all three of our scenic routes.
The ride begins and ends at the American Legion building in West City Park on US Highway 180 (Approx 12 blocks west of US Highway 281/downtown Mineral Wells).
Let this ride be the highlight of the spring. It would be difficult to find a more beautiful ride:
SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2020
The Texas Independence Bike Tour is a one day event bringing cyclists from the Houston area together to tour the San Jacinto Battleground and adjacent communities. This event brings the community and Texas history together and raises funds to support the Deer Park Rotary Club’s service and scholarship programs. This is a Recommended Ride.
Event details and schedule
Event Date: Sunday, April 26, 2020
Location: Deer Park High School – South Campus
710 W. San Augustine, Deer Park, TX 77536
$45.00 day of event
6:30-7:30 am - Onsite Registration / Packet Pickup for the 30, 48 & 62 mile routes.
Start Times: 62 mile - 7:30 am
48 mile - 7:45 am,
30 mile - 8:00 am
Friday, April 24th & Saturday, April 25th
12 Noon to 6:00 pm
Bay Area Cycling
2049 South Richey
Pasadena, TX 77502
or day of the ride at Registration Desk
Ripon Rotary Club is pleased to be organising a fourth Ripon Rotary Bike Ride, which is scheduled to take place on 09 May 2020. We are so grateful to those who have supported us over the past three years and raised £82,000 - all of which went to support the chosen charities.
The 100k circular route remains the same and will take you through beautiful North Yorkshire villages along roads and country lanes. You’ll start and finish at Bishop Monkton Village Hall and there are regular water and refreshment stops every 17k, with a lunch stop at Sheriff Hutton Village Hall (sandwich, fruit, chocolate and drinks). You will return to a warm welcome back at Bishop Monkton where you can enjoy our renowned tea and cakes!
We are grateful to Chevin Cycles who will again be providing technical support, and our friends from St Johns Ambulance will be on hand should there be any first aid needs.
The aim of the bike ride is to continue in raising much needed funds for charities including Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Saint Michael's Hospice, Dementia Forward, Scleroderma Research and other charities supported by Ripon Rotary Club.
This is a sponsored charity ride so please ask family and friends to sponsor you generously to make a real difference!
Date: 09 May, 2020
Location: Circular route starting from and returning to Bishop Monkton Village Hall (HG3 3QG)
Registration fee: £35.00 prior to May 02, 2020 then increasing to £45.00
Minimum age: 18 (16+ if accompanied by an adult, signed consent form required)
16th Annual Ride for Literacy
Choose a recreational bicycle ride of 10, 21 or 43 miles or combine two routes for a metric century through Lancaster County farmland. Water/rest stops, fully marked route, cue sheets, SAG support, snacks and lunch are included with your registration fee. Proceeds benefit Lancaster Sunrise Rotary’s community and global projects. Registration is open between 7 am and 9 am. All riders must start by 9 am. Metric Century riders must start by 8 am. Event held rain or shine and helmets are required.
Registration opens at 7 am and closes at 9 am.
Riders are required to start no later than 9 am.
Metric Century riders must start by 8 am.
The ride and support ends promptly at 2 pm.
Parking is provided at the park (start of ride).
Course is fully marked. Cue sheets and SAG support are provided.
Rest / Water stops are available along the routes.
Helmets are required.
Lunch and snacks are provided to riders at the start and end of the ride.
Early bird registration ends April 15, 2020
Pre registration ends May 6, 2020
Tech Shirt sales end April 22, 2020
Day of Registration is $40
Directions to the start of the ride:
From Rt 30 (east or west) take Rt 501 (Lititz Pike) north towards Neffsville. Turn Left on Petersburg Rd. The Manheim Township Community Park will be on the right about ½ mile east.
Iron Furnace Fifty Bicycle Ride 2020
Saturday, May 9
Registration: 7:00am - 9:00am
Start time: 8:00am - 9:00am
50K, 50 Mile, and 100K routes on rural, lightly travelled roads thru the Great Pocomoke Forest and surrounding countryside. Our routes cross no major highways. All routes begin and end at Furnace Town Historic Site near Snow Hill, Md. in beautiful Worcester County.
Flat, Fast and Fun! Lunch and drinks provided, including beer for adults over 21!
Includes free ice-cream cup or cone from Chesapeake Bay Farms Dairy on all routes!
Fully supported with snacks, drinks and porta johns at all rest stops!
Registration will be limited to 500 riders.
This 27th-year ride will offer a variety of fun, scenic and challenging tours for every level of rider. Five tour lengths support all levels of riders and everyone enjoyed a free baked-potato feed at the finish. All proceeds to benefit local charities supported by the Spokane Aurora Northwest Rotary Club. the Ride is on the Same weekend as the Lilac Festival so we hope that the participants will also enjoy those events. http://spokanelilacfestival.org
Lilac Century bike drawing for a great Bike to be announced, sized to fit, with helmet, bottle and cage. Provided by North Division Bicycle. Value of $500.00! If you would like to enter the drawing, Tickets are $2.00. Tickets are available at the packet pick-up. Need not be present to win!
We will have a secure bike-run transition area for Triathletes who want to practice a "race-pace" transition into a short 5K run. Sign up for a "Brick"!!
Deluxe collectors long sleeve t-shirt; healthy snacks and beverages at all stops; great potato bake feed at the finish line; route map; rider’s packet full of goodies!
The route is monitored by Rotarians and volunteers. Technical and mechanical support is provided by North Division Bicycle Shop.
WHERE THE MONEY GOES
Your fees help raise funds for the Spokane Aurora Northwest Rotary Club. These funds are returned to the community through Rotary Community Projects such as:
• Our Holiday Food Baskets for needy families
• Helping Kids at Risk
• Book give aways to low income kids
• 5 - $1000 College Scholarships
• Rotaplast - cleft palate repair clinics
• And other community needs
Join us for the 27th Annual Clarksville Rotary Annual Metric (CRAM) ride on May 23, 2020. With distances of 100, 62, 33 and 20 miles to choose from through some of the flattest country around. This ride promises to be fast and fun! The CRAM is sponsored by the Clarksville Rotary Club to support our projects for our efforts in our communities, both local and international.
The CRAM begins and ends at Rossview High School at 1237 Rossview Road, Clarksville, TN. The course travels over the rural roads of Todd and Logan Counties in Kentucky, offering little traffic to contend with and even the chance to see some of the area’s Mennonites in their horse-drawn carriages. All routes pass local favorite, Beachhaven Winery, which has scheduled a "Jazz on the Lawn" for Saturday at 6pm. Make plans to stay for this fun, free and incredible event.
So come out and enjoy one of the best supported and flattest rides in the South! Don’t miss the spaghetti dinner (with iced tea, bread and Dilly bar ice cream) following the ride and included with your registration. By request, we are also having GLUTEN FREE pasta available this year. Showers will also be available after the ride until 2:45pm and close at 3pm.
This event supports the many projects The Clarksville Rotary Club does in the community. Thank you for supporting Rotary, doing good things in our community for you and your families. If you are interested in sponsoring the CRAM, please reach out to us at our facebook, website or email.
DONATIONS are accepted at the Clarksville Rotary Facebook Page.
THANK YOU! FB - Link Website Link
Sponsorships are also available - email email@example.com for more info on how you can help!
Helmets are MANDATORY!!
The Registration fee includes a CRAM shirt, spaghetti dinner after the ride (Gluten Free pasta option available), SAG service, plenty of rest stops, maps, cue sheets, bathroom facilities, and the services of emergency medical personnel if necessary. Showers available. Rest stops will have snacks and drinks.
Waivers must be signed to ride. Bring your confirmation email for faster check-in.
Check-In begins at 6:00am with the Century riders leaving the gate at 7:00am followed by the 62 mile riders, then 33 mile riders, and then 20 mile riders. This is not a timed event.
Event shirts are available on the day of the ride for those who pre-register before May 1, 2020. Registrants after the cut-off date as well as registrants on the day of the ride, will have to choose shirts from sizes available, while quantities last. To guarantee your Shirt size, register before May 1, 2020. Extra CRAM shirts are available on pre-order and from any extra left after check-in is complete. We try to have enough shirts available, but only guarantee those who register early.
Pictures of routes are in the pictures gallery and at bikethecram.com.
Rossview High School is just off of I-24 at Exit 8.
For additional assistance, contact Ron or Jim via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Plenty of free parking at the event. Arrive early to get your equipment ready. There will be bicycle shop experts onsite to help if needed.
Don't forget your riding helmet.
This year marks the Apple Century Bike Ride's 33rd year. The ride will be June 6st. We have some fun changes for this edition, so be sure to sign up early at LocalRaces.com. Proceeds from this years bike ride benefit the following programs: Challenge Scholarship education incentives, Rotary Polio Eradication efforts, Kids Against Hunger, Shelter Box - Disaster Relief assistance, International Student Exchange and various local community support projects.
The Northville Rotary Club (www.northvillerotary.org) has been serving the community and promoting harmony and goodwill throughout the world for over ninety years. The 6th annual “2019 Tour de Ville Benefit Bike Ride”, starting and ending in Northville is our major fund raising event for the year and in our first five years we attracted over 2,000 riders and raised over $90K for charities and causes such as the Rotary International Foundation, Kids Against Hunger, local scholarships, student exchange programs, Little Free Libraries, Shelter Box, Life Remodeled and local food banks.
About the 2019 Tour de Ville (www.facebook.com/tourdeville) :
The Tour de Ville benefit bike ride is a family oriented event and not a race. All routes begin and end in Historic Northville, Michigan at The Village Workshop. Our routes include a 10 mile family ride and variable length (10-30 miles) ride that travel exclusively along the historic Edward Hines Drive. We also have a 54 mile route (for the seasoned rider) that follows a South West route through Dixboro and Whitmore Lake.
This fully supported ride includes:
Registration as early as 7:00am
Continental breakfast (Served from 6:30am -9:00am)
An event T-shirt highlighting our sponsors (We cannot guarantee everyone will get the size they request)
Beverage / snack rest-stop and bathrooms on all routes
One entry for each pre-registered rider into a drawing (held pre-event) for one of our nine main prizes - Two prizes from Thule (Bicycle trailer for children and Car Bike Rack), Four $250 D&D Bike Vouchers, Two Dinner Theater for 2 from Genittis and a sports bag from Lifetime Fitness. ALL Prizes will be awarded at 12:30pm in the Beer Tent. You MUST be present to win.
Lunch when you return to Northville (Served from 10:00am - 1:30pm)
Free neck/shoulder massages provided by Lifetime Fitness
Northville Folk (Playing from 10:00am - 2:30pm, with breaks)
Beer Tent (Must be Over 21 Years of Age). Drinks available for purchase (Beer - $5, Sodas - $2, Water - $1)
Free Family Fun Zone for children aged 5-14. This will include a bounce house, games, face painting and glitter tattoos. In addition, our Presenting Sponsor, Cooper Standard's STEM Accelerator Team will put on special STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) activities
Please join us on this fun and healthy ride and support our local communities – click on the Register page to sign up now.
The TDB is a sensational bucket list ride that you will come back to again and again. It’s just that good.
63K (39-mile) round-trip fun ride to the Bridge View Rest Area/Viewpoint.
Only 2700′ elevation gain.
A modern engineering marvel
On the edge of the Blast Zone
87K (54-mile) round trip to Elk Rock.
5,200′ vertical gain
Fantastic view of Mt. St. Helens
132K (82-mile) round trip to Johnston Ridge viewpoint.
8,800′ of vertical gain
Look into the crater!!!
Do you have the gumption?
This is a truly hardcore ride.
Worth every last gasp.
Toutle Lake High School
5050 Spirit Lake Hwy
Toutle, WA 98649
Starting line opens at 6:30 am
Join the Rotary Club of Little Rock Afterhours for the exciting Tour de Rotary cycling event, built for the whole family.
Join us for the Tour de Rotary bike ride on Saturday, June 13, 2020 at Two Rivers Park.
Tour de Rotary supports Rotary District 6150 and the Rotary Club of Little Rock Afterhours in providing scholarships to local students, creating opportunities for leadership development, and initiating projects to serve our communities.
Tour de Rotary is for the whole family: All levels of cyclists (children, beginner, experienced) who want to ride with their family and younger kids are welcomed.
Race participants (and their families) are invited enjoy a Pancake Breakfast and Guillermo's Fresh Coffee at 8:00 AM.
Contact us regarding sponsorship opportunities - we have a few sponsor levels that are still available.
Thank you for supporting Rotary and your local community.
Welcome to the bike ride hailed by riders as one of the most scenic and hospitable rides in Minnesota!
With four ride options, this ride is perfect for families, novice bike riders, and experienced riders. Choose from a 12 mile ride solely on the Luce Line Trail, 25 or 50 mile ride on paved roads through beautiful lake country, or a 75K gravel grinder. All rides begin and end at the Crow River Winery, which connects with the Luce Line Trail via a 1/4 mile packed gravel trail (the only portion not paved is the connection from the Winery to the Luce Line Trail.) There is not a “group start”, but rather riders can begin the ride as early as 7:00am and as late as 9:00am. All riders must be back to Crow River Winery and checked-in by 3pm.
Details and Swag
All rides are $35 for anyone 18 years of age and over. Anyone under age 18 can ride for free. Registration day of event increases to $40. SWAG information will be updated a few weeks ahead of the ride. After the ride, enjoy LIVE music on the patio and free root beer floats for all riders.
Fundraising and Sponsors
This is an official event of the Hutchinson Jaycees Water Carnival and organized by Hutchinson Rotary. All proceeds are donated to local, national, and International Rotary projects. Sponsors include Hutchinson Rotary, Crow River Winery, and Outdoor Motion Bike Shop.
The Chelan Century Challenge route is a cloverleaf design passing through orchards and vineyards into the mountainous terrain surrounding Lake Chelan; one of the world’s most spectacular glacial carved lakes with some of Washington State’s most impressive scenery. Each leaf is completely different – Loop 1 is 39.4 miles long with an elevation gain of 3995ft, Loop 2 is 32.5 miles in length with an elevation gain of 2380ft, and Loop 3 is 29.3 miles long with an elevation gain of 1945ft. Each loop combines challenging hills with captivating scenery. The ride is 101.2 miles with a total elevation gain is 8,320ft of (depending on your individual GPS and riding style). The signature climb is McNeil Canyon – this climb is 6 miles long starting at 850ft and finishing at 3100ft. It is rated as a “Cat 1” climb, and the ascent will be timed with age-group prizes for the fastest times. Riders should ride all three loops in sequence, but are free to ride only the first loop or two of the loops in combination if they wish. Also, we offer either camping or home hosting (with local Rotarians)options for additional overnight accommodations.
Following the success of prior years the Chelan Cycle de Vine will again include a boat trip across the lake. This ride will visit many of the valley’s popular wineries, and the route is ridable for most skill and fitness levels. Departing from and returning to Vin du Lac winery, the route will follow the north shore of the lake, including the town of Manson, before crossing the lake to Lake Chelan State Park. The lake crossing will of course be subject to weather conditions. The ride has become a circular tour of the beautiful Lake Chelan Valley. There will be Rest Stops at several of the wineries, and the participating wineries will be providing coupon promotions that can be enjoyed after the ride, throughout the weekend, or may entice you to return and enjoy all the Chelan has to offer on a subsequent visit. Also new this year is a poker run contest; riders will obtain playing cards at participating wineries and create the best poker hand for a grand prize at ride’s end.
A number of the wineries have excellent restaurants and offer live music on weekends. Riders are encouraged to eat at the wineries and enjoy the music venues.
This is the nineteenth year that the Grayling Rotary Club has organized a Black Bear event and we will continue with the gran fondo format we started in 2016 which has been wildly successful!.We are grateful for the many loyal followers we have developed over the years and hope to continue to earn their support and loyalty with our redesigned Black Bear Gran Fondo event and attract new Black Bear enthusiasts who will also return year after year.
What is the date of the
Black Bear Gran Fondo?
Saturday, July 11, 2020
Where is the start?
Hanson Hills Recreation Area (HHRA)
7601 Old Lake Road
Grayling, MI 49738
Route starting times:
2020 White Pine Ride
Ride the scenic north end of the White Pine Trail with Rotary Club of Cadillac & friends. Support the trail and Rotary while having a great time riding with family and friends.
The Cadillac Rotary White Pine Ride welcomes bikers of all levels to enjoy one of Michigan’s most scenic rail trails while supporting the continuing development of this beautiful and historic resource. Half of rider registration fees support this resource and other Rotary projects. Half goes for ride support, food, SAG, and entertainment.
Choose from four rides, all rides start in the Downtown Cadillac City Park:
Enjoy this fun family-oriented ride on one of Michigan’s most scenic rail trails, including the newly paved section from LeRoy to Reed City. Proceeds from the ride will be divided equally:
50 percent to the White Pine trail head and other trail amenities
50 percent to Rotary Club of Cadillac charities.
Registration packet pickup: Cadillac City Park in the Marketplace, Friday 6-10 p.m. or the morning of the ride beginning at 6 a.m.
The ride will provide Rest stops with healthy snacks and SAG provided.
After-ride Party with available food and Live music downtown.
Registration includes meal and post-ride entertainment, rest stop snacks, and shirt
Ride Registration Rates:
Rates through September 4th, 2019
Rates After September 4th, 2019 (Including Race Day)
200 N. Lake Street
Cadillac, MI 49601
Save At-Risk Youth in our Community!
Sacramento Century seeks to be your best bike experience of the year! Join us for a beautiful ride through the historic Sacramento Delta wine country, awesome ride support, great food, and a fantastic end of ride festival.
The Sacramento Century is presented by the Rotary Club of Sacramento. Rotary is a service organization. The Rotary motto is “Service above Self”. 2014 was our club’s 100th anniversary of service to our community and the world. A Century of Service! Our club has over 350 members and we meet weekly for lunch, fun, fellowship and Top Notch Speakers.
The Howell Rotary Club is offering a fully supported bike tour through scenic Livingston County during peak autumn colors, as well as the exclusive opportunity to ride the GM Proving Grounds. Begin and end your ride at Mt Brighton. We will have breakfast ready for you before you hit the route of your choice. Hospitality stations will be located through out the route and a post-ride meal will be waiting when you return. We are currently in the process of redeveloping the routes. The above describes what we have done for the past 12 years while tweaking the routes each year. New Gravel Grinder routes this year as well. Please watch www.tourdelivingston.org for furhter updates.
4141 Bauer Road
Brighton, MI 48116
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